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V8 RECEIVER

Networked Multifunction Receiver for EM Techniques



V8 receiver


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General Information

v8 Picture The V8 is the eighth generation of receiver technology developed by Phoenix since 1975.

The V8 builds upon many of the most attractive features of the highly successful Phoenix V5, V6A, and System 2000, including permanent GPS synchronization and light weight. The full-size ASCII keyboard and full-size, full-colour, sunlight-readable display give the operator hands-on control of the entire data acquisition process for all the most common geophysical techniques—both controlled source techniques and natural source techniques (AMT, MT).

The V8 has 3 magnetic channels and 3 electric channels. The magnetic channels can be assigned either to standard magnetic sensors or to TDEM sensors. The V8 can operate in stand-alone mode (usually for AMT and MT). In addition, it can serve as the hub of a local network of auxiliary 3-channel (3E) data acquisition units, which communicate with the V8 by wireless or optional cable.

All recording units are permanently synchronized to GPS time and are optimized to operate with transmitters similarly synchronized to GPS time.

No cable links are required between the networked recording units, or between receivers and transmitter.
V8 screenshotMT, AMTMagnetotellurics with remote reference
CSAMTControlled Source Audio MT
IPInduced Polarization: Time and Frequency Domain, Phase and Spectral Induced Polarization
TDEM, FDEMAll common Time and Frequency Domain Electromagnetics functions
ResistivityAll common Resistivity functions (Schlumberger, Wenner, or Dipole soundings)
OtherRecord or monitor time series data from any suitable sensor, including geophones

Applications

Exploration - surface to 50 km or more...


Applications

Base and Precious
Metals Exploration
Oil and Gas
Exploration
Diamond Exploration Environmental and
Engineering Studies
Geothermal Exploration
Base and Precious Metals Exploration Oil and Gas exploration Diamond Exploration environmental and engineering studies Geothermal exploration

Reservoir Monitoring Groundwater
Exploration
Deep Crustal
Research
Earthquake Prediction
Research
Reservoir monitoring Groundwater exploration Deep crustal research Earthquake prediction research

Specifications

Number of Channels :3 TDEM
3 Magnetic
3 Electric
Unlimited number of optional 3-channel auxiliary units (RXU-3)
Frequency range :10,000Hz to 0.00005Hz
(20,000 seconds)
Data Storage :On-board removable flash memory, 512MB (upgradeable)
ADC :One per channel
24 bits, 96,000 samples/second (main channels)
Weight :7kg
Keyboard :Full ASCII
Display640 x 480 full-colour sunlight-readable TFT-LCD with backlight and power-save indicator
Connectors :Multi-pin, military-style connectors for sensor input, GPS, battery and ground connectors Four panel-mounted binding posts for electric field inputs (AMT, MT)
Input power :12V DC
Power consumption :15 watts approx.
Processor :DM&P Vortex86SX and auxiliary processors
Environmental Operating :—20 deg.C to +50 deg.C
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