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The CB-3 offers a mid-range sensitivity much higher than the proton magnetometer. The CB-3 has an automatic hemisphere switching and a wide voltage range. In addition to having the maximum active zone and minimum dead zones, it also functions well in low magnetic areas.
- CB-3 sensor offers unsurpassed performance.
- It is well suitable for airborne magnetometer system operators.
- The CB-3 will provide indisputably excellent magnetic data quality.
The World Standard in Airborne Magnetics The CS-3 offers the highest sensitivity and lowest noise on the market, with automatic hemisphere switching and a wide voltage range. In addition to having the maximum active zone and minimum dead zones, it also maintains the smallest heading errors.
- CS-3 sensor offers unsurpassed performance as an industry standard.
- It is the choice of airborne magnetometer system operators.
- The CS-3 will provide indisputably the best in your magnetic data quality.
The CS-L is a high resolution continuous reading cesium magnetometer designed for aircraft or multi-towed arrays. The total weight, with the 3 m cable, is 1.8 kg (3.96 lbs). Uses the same technology as the CS-3 with upgraded electronics for which makes it light weight.
The CS-VL is a high resolution continuous reading cesium magnetometer designed for UAV aircraft or multi towed arrays. The total weight, with the 3 m cable, is 890 g (1.96 lbs). Uses the same technology as the CS-3 with upgraded electronics for which makes it very light weight.
TAGS-7 represents the latest development in a long line of LaCoste-based airborne gravity systems, stretching back to the first successful airborne gravity flights in 1958 and building on the success of the TAGS System. For over 50 years, LaCoste gravimeters have acquired hundreds of thousands of line kilometers of gravity data during academic, government, and commercial surveys. TAGS-7 blends the latest in GPS and data acquisition technology with the solid foundation of the LaCoste dynamic gravimeter. TAGS-7 is an upgrade to the TAGS-6 gravity meter, and is designed specifically for airborne operations. The system incorporates a time-tested, low-drift, zero-length-spring gravity sensor mounted on a gyro-stabilized gimbal platform. The sensor has a worldwide gravity measuring range (no reset necessary) of 500,000 milliGals.