Total station with gyroscope GYRO X II

total station with gyroscope
total station with gyroscope
total station with gyroscope
total station with gyroscope
total station with gyroscope
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Description

Determine azimuth anywhere, anytime. Backsight, traverse, and solar observation are no longer required for seeking true north when GYRO X II is on the job. It operates anywhere, anytime, where other technologies cannot work or when no known station is available. GYRO X II uses a suspended gyromotor that oscillates around the earth's meridian (true north) due to the principle of precession caused by the rotation of the earth. This principle realizes faster and more precise measurement than other solutions. The GYRO X II is ideal for: Directional controls for tunnel construction. Internal baseline setup for enclosed spaces – inside buildings or hull blocks. Directional controls for parabola antennas or power lines. Key GYRO X II features Include: Integrated onto an advanced Sokkia SX auto-pointing total station that can be used for traditional surveying and measurement applications Only 19 minutes* for measurement effectively doubling your work efficiency and decreasing operator stress on every job. *Combination of preliminary measurement and regular measurement. When measured at 35° latitude area. Measurement time differs by the latitude due to the nature of gyro motor. 15” azimuth accuracy. The combination of special application software and advanced motor drive system allows the true north position to be automatically calculated within an accuracy of ±15” (5mgon / 0.074mil). Easy-to-use with three simple steps for a measurement: Point the Gyro Station roughly in the direction of true north. Release the clamp. Push the measurement button

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GYRO X II
GYRO X II
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