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The Wild T0 Compass Theodolite is a compact lightweight instrument, which can be used either for observing and setting-out magnetic bearings or as a normal theodolite for measuring or turning-off angles. It is particularly useful for rapid traversing, based on magnetic bearings, especially in areas where visibility is limited and the traverse legs likely to be short. The T0 can also be used for photogrammetric ground control surveys, low-order detailing, on building sites or as a recon- naissance instrument. The compass theodolite has a spring lever which to be moved to lower the compass circle onto its pivot. As this lever returns to its original position when released, thus raising the circle, the pivot can be damaged only as a result of particularly careless mishandling. Horizontal (i.e. Compass) Circle readings are of unusually high .accuracy for an instrument of this type and size, because of the coincidence setting of the diametrically-opposite parts of the circle. Horizontal and vertical circle readings are made to the nearest minute. The telescope has a magnification of 20x.
Accessories which can be attached to the TO include a telescope level, the Wild Objective Pentaprism, the Wild - Roelofs Solar Prism and an eyepiece sunglass for sighting bright objects.
The Nikon DTM-322 Total Station with 5-Second Accuracy delivers an economic, versatile, and easy-to-use platform to make sure you get the survey job done. This field instrument with onboard data collection software is built tough for all occasions and records precise measurements up to 7,540 feet away using a single prism.
Legendary Nikon Optics
Nikon's legendary optics integrated in the DTM322 effectively absorbs more light to give brighter, clearer images even in low-visibility conditions. Surveyors will see much more detail and much less distortion, especially over longer distances in the field. Better optics help surveyors aim more precisely, and they're much easier on the eyes - something you'll really appreciate on long workdays.
The Nikon DTM-322 is among the fastest total stations in its class, so you can move quickly through your routines and spend less time in the field. This land surveying tool is rugged and lightweight at 11 lbs including the battery.
Nikon Survey Field Software
With complete set of COGO and survey stakeout functions and simple data management, the Nikon Survey software has an intuitive and easy to learn user interface that enables users to conveniently collect field data. The quick field coding also allows for convenient one-button data collection of point features and raw target data for fast accurate results.
Convenient and Long-lasting Batteries
Using rechargeable Ni-MH AA batteries, the DTM 322 is designed to consume low power and provide the long usage in the field up to 15 hours! Off-the-shelf AA batteries can also be used as a back-up to provide even longer life.
Work with Spectra Data Collectors
With RS-232C serial port, this total station can transfer fiels quickly to your PC and connect with 9-pin capable Spectra data collectors, such as the Nomad, Recon, Ranger and T41.
DTM-322 is available in a 3-second dual face model and a 5-second single face model to meet your specific accuracy needs.
10,000-point internal memory
7,540 foot range to single prism
High-quality Nikon optics
Built-in Nikon Survey software
RS-232C serial port
15-hour life rechargeable AA batteries
Water resistant and dustproof to IP-55
Dual black and white LCD display
Full numeric keyboard
Compact and lightweight