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AGI MiniSting Resistivity

AGI Ministing

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Advanced Geosciences Resisitivity meter with two sets of 14 probes for geophysical survey.

The unit is powered by a 12v gel battery "Exide Select Orbital". The battery must be charged using a car battery charger (also available) prior to work.

We have a license for the AGI EarthImager 3D software that is used in the analysis of resulting data.

Canon EOS-1D

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Canon EOS-1 Mark II camera with two lenses.

  1. The EF 28-135mm zoom
  2. TS-E 24mm tilt-shift macro lens

The camera takes a CompactFlash card or a Secure Digital card.

The ARF also has a Pelican box for this camera that holds lenses and battery charger.


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Digital AF/AE SLR

Canon Powershot A495

Canon A495

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This low cost camera was purchased for kite aerial photography (KAP) and for fieldwork.
The firmware (determined with CameraVersion 1.3 ExifTool) for CHDK is
PowerShot A495 100F
The Ultraintervelometer script is loaded as well.
See this brief overview of CHDK for more information.

Canon PowerShot A710 IS

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Canon Powershot A710

This camera takes two AA batteries and uses Secure Digital (SD) memory.

The ARF has a small Pelican 1010 protective box that fits the camera perfectly.


Canon SD1400 IS

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ARF has one Canon SD1400 with an 8GB memory card, an extra battery, a battery charger and a soft nylon case. This is our smallest camera. It does not have a viewfinder and it takes a camera battery (that is, not a standard AA or AAA).

Coring Drill DeWalt 18v

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DeWalt 18v Drill DC720KA Includes:

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Voltage 18V
Max Power 410UWO

Dell Latitude d600 (Laptop)

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  • Pentium M 1.6 Ghz
  • 512 Mb RAM / 40Gb HDD

 

 

 

Garmin GPS 12 Map

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The Garmin 12 GPS is a rugged 1990s 12 channel GPS. It uses four AA batteries. It is too old to include WAAS support so positional accuracy is conservatively ~5-10 meters.  It can store 500 waypoints, 1024 track log points, and nine proximity waypoints.
These positions can be downloaded to a computer as XYZ locations using the Garmin PC Interface Cable (RS232), the ARF has one of these cables.

Garmin GPS 40

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This is a weatherproof 8 channel GPS receiver. It is too old to support WAAS correction so positional accuracy is approximately 5-10m. The Garmin 40 can store 250 waypoints and 20 routes. The unit requires four AA batteries and claims to run 20 hours on alkaline batteries. Weight: 9.5 oz with batteries.

With the use of the ARF's Garmin PC interface cable (RS232 serial port connector) you may download the points to ArcGIS.

Geometrics Magnetometer 858

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Note that the photo shows a single-head magnetometer. Our device has two cesium heads (gradiometer).

Weight and dimensions (in hardcase): 78 x 36 x 26 cm, 29 Kg (63.3 lbs)

MagMap2000 software is free online at this link:
ftp://geom.geometrics.com/pub/mag/Software/magmap_latest.exe

Discussing the longevity of the instrument with Don Pierce, Geometrics Customer Support, (408) 428-4210.

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