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Subject: Re: S-500
From: "a.rodriguez" stuff@.................
Date: Wed, 1 Oct 2003 08:15:39 -0500
I have the pin out and the manual but I will have to look for
them. The copy I have is not very good but readable. Give me a day
to dig it up and scan it.
Tuesday, September 30, 2003, 10:43:47 PM, you wrote:
HB> We have come across some Teledyne Geotech S-500 short period
HB> seismometers that spent many years on the side of Turtle Mountain in the
HB> Crowsnest Pass, Canada (www.frankslide.com/info.html). We're currently
HB> re-instrumenting the mountain and are contemplating re-installing these
HB> old S-500s on some spare channels (our focus is on seismicity of much
HB> higher frequency). Are seismometers of this vintage still trustworthy?
HB> They've been buried (unprotected) in soil for 15 years. They look ok
HB> externally, but we haven't bench tested them (don't have the pin-out).
HB> I don't have the specs/manuals for these seismometers (I'm sure someone
HB> at Geotech Instruments can help). If anyone off-hand knows the
HB> specifications for these seismometers I would appreciate a note.
HB> -Henry Bland
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