- PowerSting High Power External Transmitters for
Resistivity & Induced Polarization
- The PowerSting is a series of external high power transmitters (5kW, 10kW, and 15kW)
for the SuperSting R8/IP/SP and SuperSting R1/IP/SP. The PowerSting system is a fully
programmable constant voltage//constant current source. The PowerSting system comes
with an SGS generator and a wireless repeater box, and operates in both wired and
wireless modes. The applications of the PowerSting-SuperSting system include vertical
electrical sounding, 2D electrical imaging, 3D electrical imaging, 3D offset electrical
imaging of a 2D survey line in both manual and automatic modes.
- SuperSting R8/IP Multi-Channel Earth Resistivity
meter with IP
- The SuperSting R8/IP is an 8-channel Earth Resistivity meter with IP measuring
capability. Simultaneous measurements at 8 channels make the SuperSting R8 up to
8 times faster than a single channel instrument. It could collect up to 4600
resistivity data per hour. SuperSting R8 is best suited for 3D resistivity
imaging surveys, collecting data over multiple 2D profiles.
- SuperSting Marine
- AGI has developed a marine option of the famous SuperSting for continuous
resistivity profiling (CRP) on water. The system comprises the SuperSting Marine,
the Marine Log Manager software and an electrode towing cable. In addition, AGI
EarthImager 2D has a CRP module for marine data modeling. The SuperSting Marine
continuously records and stores resistivity and positioning data from a GPS
receiver. Current is injected every 3 seconds and 8 apparent resistivity values
representing 8 depth levels are recorded for each current injection.
- SuperSting R1/IP Earth Resistivity
- The SuperSting R1/IP resistivity meter is a state-of-the-art portable earth
resistivity meter with memory storage of readings and user defined measure cycles.
It is based on the same technology as the SuperSting R8/IP but with a single channel.
SuperSting R1 is a low-cost variant of SuperSting R8 which can deal with any size
of resistivity survey projects.
- Swift Multi Electrode System
- Swift multi-electrode system is a complement to the SuperSting and MiniSting
earth resistivity meter which enables automatic measurements. The Swift system
consists of dual-mode electrode switches, cables and a Swift switch box.
- Ministing Earth Resistivity meter
- The MiniSting is a low cost resistivity & IP instrument especially designed for
small resistivity jobs like electrical grounding-grid testing, soil resistivity
test using the Wenner four electrode method, survey for corrosion control, electrical
surveys with the four electrode method (vertical electrical sounding or profiling).
The MiniSting can be operated either in a manual model or in automatic mode.
- AGI EarthImager 2D
- AGI EarthImager 2D is a two-dimensional resistivity and IP data interpretation
software package which runs on Windows PCs. Inversion of a 2D data set often
takes less than one minute. Some of its primary features include, but are not limited
to, inversion of surface and borehole resistivity and IP data, Survey Planner,
Time-Lapse Inversion, Continuous Resistivity Profiler (CRP), terrain correction,
batch inversion, user-friendly GUI, numerous utility tools, and rapid OpenGL-powered
An EarthImager 2D Demo version is available on AGI website for free download.
The demo version fully functional except some features like printing and saving has
been disabled and the maximum iteration number is limited.
The download request can be made here.
- AGI EarthImager 3D
- AGI EarthImager 3D is a three-dimensional resistivity data interpretation software
package which runs on Windows PCs. It inverts both surface and borehole resistivity
data and has built-in 3D data visualization capability.
An EarthImager 3D Demo version is available on AGI website for free download.
The demo version is fully functional except some features like printing and saving
has been disabled and the maximum iteration number is limited.
The download request can be made here.
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