The pulseEKKO PRO TR1000 runs on the same software as any other pulseEKKO PRO system. However, being a different configuration with specific applications, it requires specific discussion of assembly, odometer calibration and data collection.
Test pulseEKKO PRO Fiber Optic Cables using the fiber optic diagnostic function within the instruments. Locate broken connections and/or shorts for repair.
Master calibrating the pulseEKKO PRO Smartcart Odometer to ensure logistic accuracy when conducting a geophysical investigation with a SmartCart.
Transfer files, delete files, check the memory, set the storage drive, and switch between memory types using the pulseEKKO PRO File Management Menu.
Use hyperbola matching or a target of a known depth to calibrate the pulseEKKO PRO velocity. A proper velocity value is important if the user wants an accurate depth scale.
Familiarize yourself with the pulseEKKO PRO Data Collection screen. Learn how to select a directory, line, and begin collecting data. While recording, adjust gain, add fiducial markers, and change the scale as needed.
Use the pulseEKKO PRO Scope Mode to test connections, validate parameters, and test data collection. In addition, the Scope Mode allows the user to adjust the time zero setting.
View the pulseEKKO PRO View Complete Setup to review what the current settings are before, during, or after a survey for informational purposes as well as a check for errors.
Set the time and date, transfer data, upgrade the DVL software, and determine what system messages are displayed before each run in the pulseEKKO PRO DVL Setup.
Determine how data will look on the DVL using the pulseEKKO PRO Display Parameters menu, choosing how the data is plotted, how thick each trace is displayed, and the type/amount of gain applied to signals.
Enter your pulseEKKO PRO Survey Parameters to ensure accurate data collection whether it be line or grid survey. Accurate parameters will ensure data collection that can accurately be post processed.
Use the pulseEKKO PRO Acquisition Control Menu to determine when the GPR will record data and whether it will determine its location through GPS or an odometer.
Recommended pulseEKKO PRO GPR parameters settings are based on the antenna frequency used. Additionally, adjust station intervals, stacking, and velocity depending on survey goals.
Read a general overview of the pulseEKKO PRO System Setup menus with a list of their parameters. Each menu contains a link with more in depth details about the parameters and their functions.
Access the pulseEKKO PRO Main Menu to setup your survey, view the parameters, manage files, and begin collecting data for your ground penetrating radar survey.
Learn about the importance of GPR battery care and maintenance when using a pulseEKKO PRO Smartcart. Properly maintain the Smart System and internal DVL batteries.
Master pulseEKKO PRO SmartCart Assembly with different frequency antennas. Quickly put together the components of the pulseEKKO PRO to start your geophysics survey.
Determine the proper velocity using the results from a survey run. An accurate velocity is vital to correct depths when running a GPR Noggin Plus survey.
Use the Noggin Plus Utility Menu to change the time, calibrate the odometer, upgrade software, view system information, note recording space.
Navigate the Noggin Plus File Management Menu to properly copy, delete, and transfer files from the DVL's internal memory.