Welcome To Seismic Source Company

Seismic Source Company is a manufacturer of seismic instruments and data acquisition systems. Its products are used in a broad range of applications: Seismology, Structural Monitoring, Seismic Site Evaluation, Civil Engineering, Gas and Oil Exploration, Industrial Vibration Monitoring.

Products

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Advanced Seismic & Acoustic Monitoring System
 

The Hardware:

 

Sigma 4 utilizes the “Seismic Acoustic Monitoring” seismograph node. This is the most advanced, field-proven acquisition system in the world. It works seamlessly to provide the most fully integrated source control/recorder solution.

Autonomous Operation using Internal Storage

USB External Storage for Fast Data Collection

Use internal battery option or external power connection

Internal 3C geophone or external Geophone/Seismometer/Hydrophone/Microphone

Supports standard Ethernet equipment

 

The Software:

 

Sigma 4 utilizes custom software: Event Monitor and Tremor Cloud. Event Monitor connects directly to a local network of one or more seismographs. With Tremor Cloud, one or more networks of seismographs are connected to a server and Tremor Cloud communicates with them via the Internet. However, both systems have the same features:

Project generation and configuration

Seismograph deployment, monitoring and maintenance

Multiple options for detecting and triggering events

Multiple options for FFT-based spectra displays

Individual reports are generated as events are detected

Output MiniSEED or SEG-Y data files to save events or late analysis

Daily & Monthly reports log events over longer time windows

 

The System:

 

This software and hardware combination help make Sigma 4 the most advanced seismic data collection system available. The hardware is tough and field proven; the software has years of use and development.

Expandable from one node to thousands of channels

Multiple wired or wireless network options

Autonomous or Real Time

Monitor Events or switch to recording active data

Integrated hardware and software

Years of experience in the field

 

Sigma 4 with External Ethernet

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Sigma 4 with Internal GPS & MRN


Event Monitor for Local and Interactive Monitoring:

 

The computer running Event Monitor is directly connected
to seismographs via either a cabled or Wi-Fi network.

 

Benefits of local control

Interactive seismograph operation
Real-Time event alert
  Event Analysis
Peak Velocity versus Frequency chart
Octave Velocity vs Frequency chart
Peak Amplitude vs Time graph
Filtered RMS Amplitude vs Time graph
Dominant Frequency vs Time graph
  Data Display
Single and multiple node data displays
X, Y, and Z Channels
High-Cut, Low-Cut, DC reject and inverse filter
  Data transfer and Archive
Save data to SEG-Y files
  Automated Report Generation
Weekly, Monthly and customized
 

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M4.2 earthquake from Montpelier, Idaho, USA

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  Tremor Cloud for Remote and Unattended Monitoring:
  The computer running Tremor Cloud sends parameters and commands to a server (the “cloud”) and receives data from the cloud. The seismographs communicate with the cloud via Linux-based ruggedized computers.
 

Benefits of remote control

Setup and maintain large seismograph networks
Operate multiple networks at once
Emailed event notifications
  Event Analysis
Same analysis tools as Event Monitor!
  Data Display
Same display options as Event Monitor!
  Automated Report Generation
Same report options as Event Monitor!
  Ruggedized Linux Field Computer
Lightweight, single-board Linux computer - Draws power from Sigma
Upload unit receives parameters and commands from cloud and uploads data to cloud
Each Upload box serves one to ten seismograph stations
   
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  Sigma4 Monitoring Features:
   
  Hardware
  Sigma 4 Unit
3 channels standard - 4 channel option available
32 bit ADC sampling - 24 bit stored
Preamp Gains: x1, x4, and x16
Sample Rates: 125, 250, 500, 1000, 2000, 4000, 8000, 16000, 32,000 and 64,000 samples per second
GPS disciplined clock
8 Gbytes internal data storage
USB compatible external data backup
100base-T Ethernet onboard (optional MRN)
Internal 3C- 2 Hz Elements (1 vertical & 2 horizontal)
Single 26 pin 3C connector / External Sensors can be used
   
  Software
  Both Event Monitor and Tremor Cloud contain all similar features:
  Trigger Options
Includes trigger criteria or trigger levels
Peak and RMS Amplitudes
Filtered Peak and RMS Amplitudes
STA/LTA
  Both Event Monitor and Tremor Cloud
Peak Velocity vs Frequency chart
Octave Velocity vs Frequency chart
Peak Amplitude vs Time graph
Filtered RMS Amplitude vs Time graph
Dominant Frequency vs Time graph
  Data Display
Single and multiple node data displays
Particle Velocity (Tremor Cloud Only)
X, Y, and Z channels
High-Cut, Low-Cut, DC reject and inverse filter
  Saved Data Files
Save events as miniSEED or SEG-Y files
Save windows data as miniSEED or SEG-Y files
  Automated Report Generation
Weekly, Monthly and customized reports
 

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  Sigma4 Monitoring Specs
Emailed Event Reports

 

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  Identification Information
Location of Seismograph
UTC Time of Event
Project Name and Number
  Triggered Event Details
Peak Particle Velocity
Dominant Frequencies
Frequency/Velocity Graph with VCL
  Waveform Display
Calculated Particle Velocity Sum
Vertical / Transverse / Longitude Data
Adjustable Time Windows & Scale
  Reports Emailed when Triggered
Color PDF Report
Receive on Phone, Tablet or Desktop
Any Address, Anywhere, at any time

Sigma4 (4 channels) Specifications:
Electrical:
 

A/D Converter

 

24 bit sigma delta (24 bits stored)

 

Preamp Gains

 

x1, x4 & x16 (0 dB, 12 dB & 24 dB)

 

Max Input (x1 gain)

 

6.5 volts (peak to peak)

 

Max Input (x16 gain)

 

313 millivolts (peak to peak)

 

Sample Rates

 

125, 250, 500, 1k, 2k, 4k, 8k

 

Bandwidth

 

DC to 85% Nyquist

 

Input Impedance

 

20k Ohms

 

Clock Sync

 

GPS or VHF/Wire

 

Sensor Supported

 

Passive & Active

     

12 V available for external sensors

 

3C Internal Sensors

 

2 Hz (1 vert & 2 horz) (optional)

 

Memory (Internal)

 

8 Gb (standard, can be upgraded)

 

Memory (External)

 

16 Gb (standard, can be upgraded)

 

Network (Internal)

 

Mesh Radio Network (optional)

 

Network (External)

 

100Base-T (Cabled or Wi-Fi)

Performance @ 500sps:
 

Dynamic Range

 

125 dB (x1 gain)

 

 

124 dB (x16 gain)

 

Distortion

 

0.0001% (x1 gain)

     

0.0001% (x16 gain)

 

Noise

 

1.2 μV RMS (x1 gain)

     

0.2 μV RMS (x16 gain)

 

CMRR

 

< -125 dB (x1 gain)

     

< -125 dB (x16 gain)

 

Trigger Accuracy

 

± 1 μs at all sample rates

Physical:
 

Case Type

 

Aluminum

 

Size

 

15.0 in x 5.5 in x 2.3 in (38.1 cm x 140 cm x 5.8 cm)

 

Weight

 

6.9 lbs (3.2 kg)

 

Power Requirement

 

9-28 Volts DC 1.3 Watts

 

Internal Battery

 

11.5 Volts (optional)

 

 

99 Watt/hour (can be shipped)

Downloads:

  Acoustic Monitoring System Brochure Download Acoustic Monitoring System Brochure

Seismic Source Co

2391 E. Coleman Rd.
Ponca City, OK 74604
Phone: (580) 762-8233
Fax: (580) 762-1785
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