DGAR operational status:
The station operator visited the station and replaced the DGAR-10 Q330.
The DGAR-10 Q330 is frequently rebooting starting day 2022,120. A replacement Q330 was shipped to the station.
The telemetry is down again as of day 2022,122(4/25) due to a faulty cable from the tower to the station. The ISP is planning to replace the faulty cable.
The station is back online as of day 2022,112-08:42 (April 22) after the station operator replaced the Q330s and GPS antenna.
The station is down as of day 2021,227-10:02 due to an unlocked GPS clock and data gap due to a power cycle of the Q330s and station computers.
Telemetry to the station is down again due to high winds damaging the antenna and a cable fault from the Cisco bridge to the PoE injector. When possible, the station operator will continue to troubleshoot and get a bucket truck to fix the antenna.
The station operator fixed the fallen antenna and cat5 cable and restored telemetry to the station.
Telemetry to the station is down since day 2021,016-01:02. The station operator reports bad weather, a fallen antenna, and cat5 cable to media converter chewed by rats.
The station is back online after the station operator reconfigured the connections in the vault AUX box. IDA engineers are preparing to ship new LAN extenders, surge protector, and CAT5 cables to the station.
The station is down as of day 2019,144 due to communication problems between the digitizers and the station computers. IDA engineers are working with the station operator to resolve this issue.
Telemetry to the station is down since day 2017,303. Replacement internet switches have been shipped to the station.
An IDA engineer is onsite to perform maintenance on the power system, replace the E300 and cables for the STS-1s, and replace the STS-2 with an STS-2.5 seismometer.
The station is experiencing frequent losses of power causing gaps in the data. IDA engineers are working with the station operator to resolve this issue.
An IDA engineer visited the station to upgrade the power system and troubleshoot noise from the STS-1 seismometer.
The station is back online as of day 2015,297-12:41, after the station operator replaced the station computers, and the ISP replaced transceivers for the fiber optic link to the recording room.
The station is down as of day 2015,265-02:33 due to failure of the station computers. A visit by an IDA engineer is planned.
Telemetry to the station was restored on 2014,033 with no data loss.
Telemetry to the station is down since day 2014,027-04:45 due to a faulty media converter connected to a fibre optic line going into the recording room. The station is still acquiring data and IDA engineers are working with the internet service provider to resolve this issue.
An IDA engineer has upgraded IDA station DGAR to a Q330HR system. Sensors include STS-1 and STS-2 seismometers, and a strong motion sensor. Q330 data acquisition began day 2012,077-05:18.
The station is back on-line as of day 2010,255-04:05 after the station operator replaced the ISP.
The station is down as of day 2010,221-04:38 due to problems with the ISP.
The station is back to normal operation after an IDA engineer visited the station and fixed the uplink between the DAS and the ISP, and repaired the DAS.
There are communication problems between the DAS and the ISP as of about day 2007,229-22:54.
IDA station DGAR is back online after an IDA engineer visited the station and restored the link between the ISP and the DAS.
IDA station DGAR is down as of about day 025-02:27 due to communication problems between the ISP and the DAS.
Station is back up after station operator replaced GPS clock.
Station is down due to GPS clock failure. A replacement GPS clock has been shipped.
Station is operating normally.
The WDI-00 channel was out from 2004:039-11:29 (Feb 8) to 2004:075-07:55 (Mar 15) due to a faulty microbarograph. This channel was restored after a replacement microbarograph was installed by the station operator.
New station DGAR, on the island Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean installed with a MK8 data acquisition system. Sensors installed include STS-1 broadband and STS-2 short period seismometers, an FBA-23 accelerometer, and a Paroscientific microbarograph.