Atlas is a recorder for seismic signals.

It is available with 3, 6 or 9 synchronous channels for external inputs.

You can use ATLAS with accelerometric or velocimetric sensors.

Our digitizer is designed for durability and for data quality, it comes in several configuration options.

With ATLAS you can build your own network of seismic digitizers running several devices together and keeping all the channels synchronized.

Triton is designed to suit various applications and provide a solution to the users needs in the field.

Permanent or short-term monitoring

ATLAS can be used with an accelerometric or a velocimetric sensor.

ATLAS can be configured in-situ using WIFI or LAN cable.

If ATLAS is used for permanent monitoring, it can be reached remotely using the built-in HSPA modem or using LAN connection in order to link it, for example, to an ADSL modem.

 

 

 


Large structure monitoring

ATLAS is well suited to the monitoring of large structures where multiple sensor information is required.

​In such applications sensors are wired up to ATLAS and with each device you can acquire up to 9 synchronous channels.

If more channels are needed, connection to an other ATLAS device and synchronization with the MASTER is possible.

ATLAS can be reached locally via WiFi or remotely using the buit-in HSPA modem or by LAN.

 


Structural monitoring

ATLAS is often used in the filed of structural monitoring for calculating the specific resonant frequency of the buildings.

Lunitek has developed ad-hoc firmware based on FFT for real time evaluation of the building’s state of health.

 

 

 

 


Monitoring station

In a typical geophysical monitoring station ATLAS is used with a low noise force balance triaxial accelerometer and with a triaxial velocimeter both mounted on a concrete slab.

Both sensors are digitized with high dynamics, high accuracy ADC.

ATLAS can be equipped with auxiliary analog inputs in order to monitor enviromental data (temperature or humidity) or with digital input to monitor external events (vault open/closed) or even with output driving capability to comunicate exceeding thresholds (alarms).

You can have ATLAS configured according your needs

 

2.4Ghz comunication radio module.

Thanks to the SoftAP function you can download data and configure your ATLAS directly from your device (mobile, tablet, notebook),  moreover you can create a network of completly wireless Lunitek devices


HSPA comunication radio module.

Insert a standard sim card inside your Atlas and you can reach it from remote using a VPN.


Atlas is available with standard input impendance (40KΩ) or with high input impendance option (1.8MΩ)


ATLAS is available with 3, 6 or 9 input channels. Inputs are located on military connectors.

You can have a MIL connector size 10 (7 pins) for each channel or a MIL connector size 14 (19 pins) for each triaxial sensor.


You can have ATLAS with auxiliary low speed analog/digital inputs.

Thanks to this option you can integrate sensor data with external environmental information (temperature, humidity) or you can be notified when the containing vault is open. Relay output to control alarms comes as an option.


ATLAS is compatible with many third part sensors through the MCO option.

This option allows the instrument to fully interface with the sensors which needs for example the mass centering.


You can have your ATLAS with a professional  protective case.

ATLAS models available

Atlas 3T : 3 24bit channels on a single MIL connector (size 14, 19 pins) sample rate up to 1Khz​

Atlas 6T : 6 24bit channels on two MIL connectors (size 14, 19 pins) sample rate up to 500Hz​

Atlas 9T : 9 24bit channels on three MIL connectors (size 14, 19 pins) sample rate up to 250Hz​

Atlas 3S : 3 24bit channels on three MIL connectors (size 10, 7 pins) sample rate up to 1Khz​

Atlas 6S : 6 24bit channels on six MIL connectors (size 10, 7 pins) sample rate up to 500Hz

InputsDifferential
Channelslow noise 24bit
Dynamic Range> 136dB@100 Sps
Sampling Rate10,100,200,250,500,1000 Sps
Sampling TopologySynchronous
Data FormatMiniSeed or Proprietary
TriggerSTA/LTA
TimingBuilt-in GNSS receiver
TimestampEncapsulated in data
LAN10/100 ethernet port
WiFiOptional built-in
Cellular ModemOptional built-in
Power Supply9-28Vdc – power consumption < 2W
Back up BatteryInternal LiPo
System Autonomy w/o external supply33 hours
ConfigurationWeb Interface
CompatibiltyEarthworm,Antelope,Geopsy,SeiscomP and SeisGram2K
Weight2Kg
IP protectionIP68
Temperature Range-40°C to 70°C*

* LiPo batteries can be discharged between -20°C to +70°C.
LiPo batteries can be charged between 0°C to +45C°.
If temperature exceeds these limits, the charging process is suspended.

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