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Device used (a) to detonate an explosive charge by sending an electric current through a blasting cap and (b) to transmit the time-break to the recording unit. Usually also includes (c) a current-limited ohm-meter for checking the blasting circuit, (d) phone or radio for communication with the recording unit, and (e) connections for the uphole geophone.
 
Device used (a) to detonate an explosive charge by sending an electric current through a blasting cap and (b) to transmit the time-break to the recording unit. Usually also includes (c) a current-limited ohm-meter for checking the blasting circuit, (d) phone or radio for communication with the recording unit, and (e) connections for the uphole geophone.
  
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Device used (a) to detonate an explosive charge by sending an electric current through a blasting cap and (b) to transmit the time-break to the recording unit. Usually also includes (c) a current-limited ohm-meter for checking the blasting circuit, (d) phone or radio for communication with the recording unit, and (e) connections for the uphole geophone.


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