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The TOPCON total station uses an electronic distance meter for measuring distances and a theodolite for measuring angles. It is able to measure distance and angle by emitting a beam of infrared light (laser) toward its target. By measuring the time it takes for the emitted laser to return, the total station can then compute the distance to the target. The data that the TOPCON collects is then stored into a data collector and analyzed in-house on the computer. The data collector acts as a computer as well, allowing field personnel to compute points in-field as necessary.

 
TOPCON GPT-3002LW

Total Station - Key Benefits

  • Computations in-field

  • Layout and offset measurement made easy - Less time consuming

  • Reflectorless measurement to 250 meters

  • Easy on-board software or use with data collector

  • Class 1, eye-safe laser

                                                                                                                              


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Last modified: 02/23/11