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We Buy / Sell Your -  Spectra Precision Focus 10 Robotic Total Station

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We Buy / Sell Your - Spectra Precision Focus 10 Robotic Total Station


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FOCUS Total Stations - FOCUS 10 The FOCUS 10 Servomotor and Robotic Total Stations, each with 3 and 5 angle accuracies, increase efficiency in the field surveying conditions. Three Robotic models Three Autolock models Three Servomotor models Each model with 1.5, 3 and 5 accuracies Long-range, reflectorless distance measurement High-precision prism measurements Crosshair illumination (15 steps) Field-proven technology Team with Spectra Precision Nomad or Recon data collector Spectra Precision FOCUS 10 Servomotor Total Stations are motordriven to quickly and reliably increase your staking productivity. FOCUS 10 Servomotors control horizontal and vertical motion, so there's no need for traditional motion locks. The Autolock models include a tracking sensor that enables the instrument to lock onto the Active target and prism. The benefit of Autolock is the ability to follow the target at all times and reduce downtime from having to re-point the instrument on every observation. The Robotic choice in FOCUS 10 Total Stations provide wireless communication between the rod and the instrument. This drives and manages measurements completely at the rod. With a FOCUS 10 Robotic Total Station, optical surveys can be performed with only one operator. From high-order control surveys to topographic data collection or fast-paced construction stakeout, you can rely on a FOCUS 10, even in harsh outdoor conditions. Easy to use, affordable and tough, the Spectra Precision FOCUS 10 series was designed to meet all your surveying needs. Team with rugged Nomad or Recon data collector hardware and operate using the world class features of Spectra Precision Field Surveyor software for any survey situation.

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