T-200 HIGH POWERED CURRENT SOURCE
For Complex Resistivity, Transient EM and CSAMT
The T-200 is a high-powered controlled source for geophysical applications, including exploration for oil and gas and other minerals. |
It can be used for time domain techniques (less than 100% duty cycle), or frequency domain techniques (100% duty cycle).
The turnoff waveform shape is suitable for long period transient electromagnetics ("LoTEM"). The unit can be used for time domain induced polarization (TDIP).
The T-200 can be used for frequency domain techniques including CSAMT (Controlled Source Audio Magnetotellurics), Complex Resistivity (CR), and frequency domain electromagnetics.
The T-200 is designed to use either a grounded (or resistive) load, connected to the earth by suitable electrodes, or a suitable loop of wire (an inductive load).
The control and power switching electronics are located in compartments installed inside the generator compartment.
A microprocessor-controlled panel makes operation relatively simple.
All waveforms are synchronized by GPS, for accurate stacking of waveforms without any physical link between the T-200 and the separate suitable receiving apparatus.
|Dimensions :||3.8m x 1.5m x 1.8m high |
|Weight :||Approx. 5 tonnes|
|Environmental :||Operating temperature range:
-20oC to +40o |
|Input Power :||Integral Phoenix MG-200 - 300HP Diesel - 400 Hz/3 phase alternator|
|Output Current :||Max. 160A|
|Output Power :||Max. 160kW |
|Output Voltage :||Max. 1600V, 2 ranges |
|Duty Cycle :||50% to 100% |
|Repetition Rate :||Up to 256 Hz|
|Turn-off Time :||<50 microseconds (resistive load)
Controls Microprocessor based control panel with GPS synchronization
Indicators: Mode, Frequency, Current, Voltage, GPS Time, and Faults|