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Automated 3D Station NET05AX

Featuring 0.5" angle accuracy and sub-millimeter EDM, the NET05AX offers maximum precision in a broad range of applications.

  • Sub-millimeter 0.5mm + 1ppm accuracy using reflective sheets within

 the range of 200m (650ft.).

  • 0.8mm + 1ppm precision with standard prisms up to 3,500m (11,480ft.).

  • Reflectorless measurement can be performed with 1mm + 1ppm precision up

 to 100m (320ft.).

  • 0.01mm ultra-fine distance resolution for industrial measurement applications.

  • 1" auto-pointing accuracy with a standard prism.

  • Enlarged 3.7 inch LCD with automatic brightness control.

  • Reflector Prescan* can be used to quickly locate target positions,

 dramatically reducing initial setup time for structural monitoring.

  • Rapid 2D Monitoring* enables fast recognition of vertical and horizontal

 movements of targets for real-time subsidence monitoring and alarming
  * Available when operating the NET via command operation from an external PC or other devices.

  • Specialized Auto-Pointing algorithm enhances reliability of periodic monitoring

 with predetermined prisms.

  • Constantly tracks a moving prism up to 90km/h at a distance of 100m

 (56mph at 320ft.).

  • Built-in target illumination for use in dim lighting conditions.

  • Robust IP64 dust/water protection.

  • Long-range Bluetooth® module available as an option.

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