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Laser Technology TruPoint 300 Total Station

Laser Technology TruPoint 300 Total Station

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The TruPoint 300 total station produces survey-grade accuracy, offers onboard data storage and calculations; and costs thousands less than total stations.

Features

  • Obtain missing line measurements using MapStar Angle Technology
  • Provides high quality, easy to see targets with the 4X zoom camera
  • Collect and stores 3D measurement coordinates in DFX format
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The TruPoint 300 is the laser measurement tool that professionals worldwide want to have in their hands. This ground-breaking product is a small, lightweight and compact total station ideal for use in applications such as Crash & Crime Scene Investigation, GIS, Surveying, Construction, Electric Utilities and many more.

The TruPoint 300 total station produces survey-grade accuracy, offers onboard data storage and calculations; and costs thousands less than total stations. It measures distance, inclination and horizontal angles for X, Y, Z measurements. The improved data collection workflow saves time and accurately captures measurements up to 300 meters.

What's Included:
  • (1) TruPoint 300 Total Station
  • (1) Carrying Case
  • (1) Leg Base Extension
  • (1) Handstrap
  • (1) Manual on CD
  • (1) Quick Start Guide
  • (1) USB Charger with International Plugs
  • (1) Calibration Certificate
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