CG-5 Autograv Gravity Meter
The CG-5 Autograv is a microgravity meter with a standard resolution of 1 microGal and a standard deviation that is < 5 microGals. It is the fastest, lightest, most cost efficient gravity meter on the market today. With minimal training a user can quickly collect and record reliable gravity data.
Standard 1microGal resolution.
Premium rugged sensor.
GPS station referencing.
RF remote starter.
Superlative noise reduction.
The lightest of all automated gravity meters.
Smart long-life batteries.
Flexible data formats.
Large VGA graphics display.
User-accessible automated instrument alignment.
On-line terrain corrections.
Instrument self-diagnostic upon power-up.
Data transfer using USB memory stick, USB and RS-232C interface.
Manufacturer : Scintrex
The CG-5 AUTOGRAV incorporates the gravity sensor, control keypad, electronics, and batteries into one lightweight weather resistant instrument case. No cables to trip over, no handheld devices, just an easy to use and carry, self-contained gravity meter. GPS Station Referencing Internal GPS Receiver enables GPS station referencing from a 12 channel smart GPS antenna connected via the RS-232 port. Standard accuracy: <15m; DGPS (WAAS): <3m.
Touch Free Operation
This instrument is equipped with a radio-frequency remote start transmitter (keyfob) to allow measurement to be taken without disturbing the meter by touch.
Automatic Compensation and Correction
By using the electronic tilt sensors, the CG-5 AUTOGRAV is constantly updating information from the internal tilt sensors. The CG-5 AUTOGRAV can automatically compensate measurements for the errors in instrument tilt. This operator selectable feature ensures that when measurements are taken on unstable ground, errors due to instrument movement are automatically eliminated. Based on operator entered geographical location and time zone data or GPS information, the CG-5 AUTOGRAV can automatically calculate and apply a real time tidal correction to each reading.
Displayed and recorded data
X-axis tilt and Y-axis tilt.
Gravity sensor temperature.
Time of measurement.
Duration of measurement.
Header information (including data and initialization constants).
Graphic scope of digitized gravity data.
Data in numeric format.
Optional storage of raw analog data for advanced applications.