• We’ve taken the proven Trillium Compact and made it even smaller and lighter, with no compromise in ruggedness or performance. This true broadband seismometer is ideal for both shallow direct burial and vault applications, where minimal size, weight and power are essential.
  • The first modern broadband seismometer to be based on a Galperin configuration was the Streckeisen STS-2, an observatory-grade vault instrument introduced in 1990. Nanometrics introduced a symmetric triaxial seismometer with a 240 s lower corner period, the Trillium 240, in 2004. There are now a…
  • Truly portable broadband (BB) seismic instrumentation becomes viable only when the superiority of direct burial and purpose-built instrumentation is embraced.
  • Network design for induced seismicity monitoring is of critical importance. In many applications, networks for induced seismicity have specific criteria with respect to minimum detection magnitudes and the accuracy of event locations.
  • The Trillium 360 is the world’s highest-performing broadband seismometer. Available in Vault, Posthole or Borehole form factors, the 360 gives you full-bandwidth coverage for monitoring global and local seismicity with a single instrument.
  • We’ve taken the popular and proven Trillium 120QA technology, adding more utility to its already low self noise and outstanding broadband performance. The Trillium Horizon 120 is the first-ever instrument designed to ideally suit both direct bury and vault use cases.