Seismic Seismic Source Wireless Radio Trigger Link
The Wireless Trigger Box 4 (WTB4) system is designed to operate with any seismograph and any mechanical impact source. There are two parts to the WTB4 system:
• One WTB4, the “Source” WTB4, senses the trigger pulse from the hammer switch, calculates its true GPS T0 time and transmits it to the “Recorder”.
• The second WTB4, the “Recorder” WTB4, receives the GPS time of the trigger signal from the “Source” unit and starts the seismograph.
Each WTB4 unit consists of:
• Internal Radio Trigger Module (RTM)
• Internal 3 watt VHF radio
• Internal 99 watt-hour rechargeable battery
• Internal GPS module
• All in sturdy composite/aluminum enclosure
The Source WTB4 sender unit is designed to operate with multiple Recorder WTB4 units.
Features and Benefits:
Theory of Operation:
All Wireless Trigger Box 4 (the WTB4) units, whether connected to a source or seismograph, must have a valid GPS lock. The Source WTB4, connected to the source with a hammer switch or other device, senses the time break. The WTB4 calculates the GPS time of the event, then transmits it to the Recorder WTB4 units via VHF radio.
The Recorder WTB4 units, the ones connected to the trigger port of each seismograph, receive the trigger time. They add one second to the received event time, and then trigger the seismograph accordingly. These seismographs, which must have a one second pre-trigger time programmed into them, start storing data once they receive the trigger signal from the attached WTB4.
A standard WTB4 System includes:
At the seismograph:
In the office:
Wireless Trigger Box 4 Specs:
*(Does not include shipping or insurance)