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AAEs new Seismic Energy Source for Sub-bottom Profiling Applications

1st May, 2007 | 1 minute read
By Hollie Moran

Applied Acoustic Engineering proudly announce the launch of their new range of CSP Seismic Energy Sources, the latest in a long line of products from the company constantly setting new industry standards for performance. Developed with their vast experience and taking advantage of new improved technologies, the CSP-D range is set to become the benchmark ‘workhorse’ seismic power supply.

Along with an increased energy output, the innovative feature of the CSP-D is its unique dual voltage output, giving the product extra versatility. By adjusting the output, switchable on the front panel, better penetration can be achieved from the boomer plate sound source, a feature previously only obtainable to the same extent with sparker assemblies.

The other notable feature of the CSP-D (as with some other units from AAE) is the incorporation of a special ‘slow-start’ feature. This is a means of gradually increasing power output to ease the load on the sound source, so helping to avoid any potential interference with marine mammals.

The new CSP-D is available with a charging rate of 1500 J/second in three variants producing up to 700J, 1200J or 2400J per shot respectively.

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