The StrataVisorTM NZXP is a high-performance exploration seismic system in a compact, weatherproof chassis. The NZXP can operate as a field PC, as a stand-alone seismic recorder with 3 to 64 internal channels - or expands easily to larger channel systems by connecting Geode remote distributed modules or other NZ’s. This flexibility lets you collect data for all applications in all environments – you can even rent extra channels when needed.
Examine your data at all phases of acquisition to ensure data quality. Customisable windows show real-time noise monitor, amplitude spectra and seismic traces so you see problems instantly. A log file keeps track of all parameter changes and customisable alarms alert you to critical issues. You can even do preliminary processing in the field with industry-leading reflection, refraction and tomography software included with every system.
The StrataVisor NZXP console includes a brilliant daylight-visible colour screen, waterproof keypad and built-in printer. Low-power circuitry and a standby mode extend battery life and reduce weight. A tape drive controller, Vibroseis sweep generator and intelligent integration of GPS and other survey data can be included.
Internal test systems are available to verify that your seismic recorder is working to specification. This capability is often required on petroleum surveys or on government facilities concerned with quality control.
The StrataVisor NZXP is backed by a 2 year parts and labour warranty. All this from a company with factory trained service centres world wide and over 30 years of superior support to geoscience professionals.
3 to 64.
Network multiple Geode Seismographs together to achieve up to 1000 channels.
24 bit result using Crystal Semiconductor sigma-delta converters and Geometrics proprietary over sampling.
144 dB (system), 110 dB (instantaneous, measured) at 2 ms, 24 dB.
0.0005% @ 2 ms, 1.75 to 208 Hz.
1.75 Hz to 20 kHz. 0.6 and DC low frequency option available.
Common Mode Rejection:
> 100dB at <= 100 Hz, 36 dB.
-125 dB at 23.5 Hz, 24 dB, 2 ms.
0.20 uV, RFI at 2 ms, 36 dB, 1.75 to 208 Hz.
Stacking Trigger Accuracy:
1/32 of sample interval.
Maximum Input Signal:
2.8V PP, 0 dB.
20 kOhm, 0.02 uf.
Standard factory configuration is 24 and 36 db, selectable in software. Optionally, can be jumpered for software selectable 12 and 24 dB or can be jumpered in four channel blocks as a single fixed gain of 0 dB for high-voltage devices.
Typically suited in marine environments where establishing a good electrical ground can be challenging. The Opto Isolator ensures electrical noise does not ingress into the data through the trigger input line.
Surface geophone for triggering the Geode seismograph.
Pezo electric impact trigger.
Trigger Extension cable
Typically supplied in 100m lengths a trigger extension cable permits the shot location to move long the spread. Multiple extension cables can be connected together to achieve the shot offset required.
Made from Ultra Heigh Molecular Weight PE 1000 this is a durable affordable hammer plate.
Multi Core Spread cables
Choose from slit connectors or Muller clips our seismic spread cables are available with 2m,3m,5, or 10m geophone intervals.
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