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The A10 is an absolute gravimeter optimized for fast data acquisition and portability in outdoor applications. The instrument allows operation in harsh field conditions on open outdoor sites in the sun, snow, and wind.
- Automated leveling
- Battery operated
- Temperature controlled sensor
- Ideal roadside operation from a vehicle
The CG-6 Autograv™ is the next generation land gravity meter combining a modern, intuitive user interface with our renowned quartz sensor technology housed in a rugged yet lightweight enclosure. The new CG-6 offers fast, reliable and precise gravity measurements and includes an array of mapping and post processing functionality with our new Lynx LG software conveniently installed on the optional tablet computer.
Recognized standard for measuring gravity. The new FG5-X system uses the well established free-fall technique of measuring gravity. Featuring:
- Extended free-fall chamber length
- Improved Electronics
- Improved reliability
- Redesigned drive system
- Built-in collimation optics for verticality alignment
- Drag-free chamber surrounds the free-falling test mass
- Portable standard in Absolute Gravity
The Micro-g LaCoste gPhoneX gravity meter uses the Zero-Length Spring™ sensor technology to provide microGal repeatability with very low static drift, which makes it the best suited as a monitoring meter. Whether you are interested in earthquake or volcanic studies, earth tide or reservoir monitoring, the gPhoneX will out perform all others. The gPhoneX can also be used as an ultra sensitive low frequency seismometer for these areas of studies.
The Gravilog™ slim-hole probe is designed to be deployed down to a depth of 2,400 meters (7,874 feet; 4 conductors) inside smaller boreholes, (NQ drill rods, 57.2mm [2¼ in]) with deviations from vertical of up to 60 degrees. Scintrex integrates several other auxiliary systems with the Gravilog™ system for a complete borehole logging tool. The Gravilog™ probe includes a pressure and temperature sensor, a NaI natural gamma module and a sidewall clamp. The system comes with a rugged laptop pre-loaded with our Remote Gravity Software (RGS) for operating the Gravilog™ probe, a control electronics rack with power supply for powering...
The INO sea-floor gravity meter uses the well proven Autograv™ fused quartz sensor in a submersible system. The INO is easy to operate, self-contained and comes in a standard model for 600m depths. For deeper applications, please contact one of the Sales Representatives.
The Micro-g LaCoste Marine Gravity System-6 (MGS-6) is the next generation in a long line of LaCoste-based dynamic gravity systems, stretching back to the first successful dynamic gravity meter tests on ships more than 50 years ago. The MGS-6 is more than a simple upgrade to the Air-Sea System II (AS-2). The MGS-6 is based on the smaller, lighter, more power-efficient TAGS-6 (airborne) platform, and employs the same full-force feedback sensor. In both systems, the platform control and data acquisition system have been overhauled, resulting in unparalleled data quality. Also available is a Marine Gravity Processing Software APP powered by INTREPID for near-real time data reduction & QC Processing to fully corrected Free Air grids
A precision leveling and stabilizing platform for gPhone, gPhoneX and other instrumentation. Specifically tailored to the gPhone and gPhoneX gravity meters, the Odin Leveling Platform uses three temperature controlled hydraulic legs to precisely control tilt with sub-arcsecond resolution. The platform is actively servo-controlled to maintain level, allowing the gravity meter to measure continuously over long periods of time.
The RG-1 Remote Operating Gravity Meter is designed to be incorporated into autonomous underwater or terrain vehicles for the purpose of acquiring micro gravity data remotely. The RG-1 is easy to integrate into an existing AUV / ROV, requires low power and includes a standard serial port for control, data output and battery connection.
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.
The tripod has a rigid structure that accurately positions the gravity meter at predetermined levels for a quick and precise measurement of the vertical gravity gradient. The three different levels enable the detection of a non-linear vertical gravity gradient in rugged terrain. The design accommodates CG-5 or CG-6 Autograv™ gravity meters.