Technical Specifications

The Raspberry Shake was designed and built by OSOP, S.A.

Click here to download the technical specifications sheet for Raspberry Shake V4/ V5.

Flow Chart

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Instrument response

The Raspberry Shake has a flat frequency response from ~0.5 Hertz (2 seconds) to 80% Nyquist, or 20 Hz.

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For full details: Click here to download the technical specifications sheet for Raspberry Shake V4/ V5.

Click below to download a generic instrument response file for your Raspberry Shake Magnitude 6.5, 8 or 9 V4/ V5 in SeisComP XML, RESP or dataless SEED formats. If you have data forwarding turned on, then an instrument response file for your specific shake can be downloaded in XML format by clicking on your Raspberry Shake’s station icon at StationView. Other formats available below:

Timing

In the Raspberry Shake, data packet time stamps are done using Network Timing Protocol (NTP) time. Timing quality is +/- 20 ms. To give you an idea what this means, consider an earthquake’s P-wave traveling at a very fast 6000 m/s. With an uncertainty of +/- 20 ms, this translates into a location uncertainty of only +/- 120 meters. For lower P-wave velocities, the uncertainties diminish. This uncertainty is well within a reasonable margin of error for locating earthquakes.

RPi’s supported

The Raspberry Shake has been thoroughly tested with 3 Model B and less so with the other models in this list:

000[d,e]: Model B, 000f and other modules that lack mounting holes are not supported

00[10,13]: Model B+

a[01040,01041,21041]: 2 Model B

9000[92,93]: Zero

a[02082,22082]: 3 Model B