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The IGIS Microprocessor based Signal Enhancement Resistivity Meter Models SSR – MP1 is a high quality microprocessor based data acquisition system incorporating several innovative features. The instrument design incorporates several advanced techniques of digital circuitry to make it reliable Geophysical tool that provides high quality data useful for all types of mineral and groundwater exploration research etc. The SSR-MP1 sends the entire current into the ground without wasting power for constant current generation thus increasing the signal strength to probe deeper layers. The advanced design of SSR-MP1 Resistivity Meter achieves excellent depth penetration with relatively low power transmission. It utilizes the signal stacking up to 99 successive readings to achieve the beneficial signal enhancement. In the presence of random (non-coherent) earth noises, the signal to noise ratio of the SSR-MP1 measurement will be enhanced by N where N is the number of individual readings. Hence SSR-MP1 Resistivity meter can be used for depths of up to 600m under favorable geological conditions.
Ground Water Exploration
Sand and Gravel Deposit Identification
Bed Rock Investigations
Delineation of Geological Structures
Geophysical Field Training
Resistivity Sounding /profiling /imaging /strip profiling.
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