STS-1 (legacy product)
The iconic STS-1 was the very first broadband-seismometer available and it made broadband-seismology possible. Its performance was legendy and only recently it was outperformed with the introduction of STS-6.
We don't support STS-1 anymore.
- Begin of broadband-seismology
- Set of two horizontal and one vertical sensor and detached electronics.
- Extensive thermal and barometric shielding necessary
- Manufactured between 1981 and 1991
|Sensor element arrangement|
set of detached components, two horizontal and one vertical
360 s (2.78 mHz) - 10 Hz
Seismic Signals: ±20 V differential (40 Vpp), 220 Ω Impedance, Auxiliary signals: ±10 V single ended, 1 kΩ Impedance
Control lines (Fast Response, Calibration), POS/RAW), 3-30 V, 0.5 mA
±15 VDC, galvanically isolated. 11 W typical
|Tilt Range (operating)|
|Tilt Range (adjustable)|
±5°, manually adjustable feet
|No centering Temperature Range|
-20°C .. +70°C (performance), -40°C .. +70°C (functional), 0-60% RH (0-100% RH with shielding)
Set of two horizontal and one vertical sensors, detached electronics
Aluminum, IP-55 (IP-65 mit shiedling)
H: ∅200 x 160 mm (∅7.8" x 6.3"), V: 120 x 170 x 180 mm (4.7" x 6.7" x 7")