NetDAS/Ubuntu Linux – 24-bit TCP/IP Central Recorder


NetDAS/Linux Central Recorder
NetDAS/Linux is a 4 - 32 channel, 24-bit control room data acquisition, logger/recorder and transmitter system. NetDAS offers GPS time-stamped data, USB expandability and client/server architecture. All software runs over a LAN or Internet TCP/IP connection and can be configured to operate simultaneously in network broadcast, continuous recording and triggered modes. This architecture finds application in high channel count and high resolution sensory data acquisition such as for seismic and earthquake monitoring. NetDAS/Linux runs on a rack-mount server (not shown). For a rugged field-deployable system with its own embedded Linux host, please review NetDAS/Embedded. A similar system but with a Windows host (NetDAS/Windows) is also available. NetDAS/Linux is normally in stock.

Applications: NetDAS Ubuntu Linux 24-bit Recorder



- Central recorder for large sensory networks
- Local
accelerometer array recorder
- CO2 sequestration and geothermal resource evaluation
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Earthquake/seismic recording, monitoring, logging and digitizing
- Downhole seismic studies
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Strong-motion networks
- Low packet latency for Earthquake Early Warning (EEW)
- Laboratory and sensory data acquisition

Features: NetDAS Ubuntu Linux 24-bit Recorder


- Multi-channel wide dynamic range 24-bit simultaneous sampling
- Ubuntu Linux LTS kernel
- Up to
32 channels at 24 bits
- Real-time Internet (IP) connectivity over existing infrastructure
-
GPS time-stamped data
- Sampling up to the low-audio band
- Ethernet data logging
- Continuous gap-free data
- Digital I/O
- 10-bit analog inputs
- Operates over optical fiber, Ethernet (Cat-5) or wireless networks
- Encryption for high security
- Real-time graphical display, formatting, data concentrator, network monitor clients
- Amplitude, STA/LTA, OBE/SSE (spectral), logic and message triggers
- Internet status messages and warnings
- Client/server architecture
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MATLAB, GSE, Seg-Y, ASCII, SAC, SEED formats
- Software-controlled gain

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