Quick seismograph nodes


Ready for the next generation multi channel exploration seismograph? Our user-friendly Quick wireless exploration seismograph is the modern solution. Finally a non-blind, smartphone-controlled instrument is available.

Key advantages

  • User-friendly: no cables, no antennas, no long pole to carry around, rapid deployment, easy setup, simple Android user interface
  • Highly sensitive: we use top of the line Geospace GS-One LF 4.5 Hz vertical geophones
  • Portable: each node is the size of your cup of coffee and contains all you need, including GPS, clock and batteries
  • Satellite accuracy: internal GPS provides latitude-longitude position and high precision synchronization
  • Non-blind: harvest and view data in the field with nothing but your smartphone
  • Value: best in class

Spend more time acquiring data and less time learning how to use the equipment. Subsuelo3D designs, develops, manufactures, and sells only user-friendly geophysical equipment.


This instrument allows active and passive seismic data acquisition. Employ a user-friendly Quick wireless exploration seismograph for any of the following applications:

User-friendly Quick wireless exploration seismograph
Figure 2. Top-view of a set of Quick nodes getting charged. Blue steady light indicates charging. Green blinking light indicates GPS pulse-per-second sync.

Contact us today at [email protected] to receive a full technical description and a price quote.

We understand the need to collect good geophysical data. Too many settings, menus, options, sliders, check-boxes, etc. can be confusing and challenging for the end-user. We strive to make only user-friendly geophysical equipment.

Are you a new geophysical consultant? or thinking to become one? This is a great time to start a near-surface geophysics consulting company due to a rising demand for site characterization services in the USA. Invest in a Quick wireless seismograph and start offering a full suite of geophysical services in your area. We will provide you with all the technical support you will need throughout the first year. Our seasoned geophysicists will guide you all the way, from quote preparation, through field techniques, data processing and interpretation, to technical reporting of results.

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