The Trimble RTS 773 Robotic Total Station incorporates advanced technologies to deliver accurate and reliable layout fast, to ensure that design intent is executed correctly the first time.
The Trimble RTS 773 includes Trimble VISION, an integrated camera in the robotic total station that provides a “through the telescope view” remotely via the Trimble Tablet and Trimble Field Link. This robotic total station is designed for general and specialty contractors that require quality, accuracy and optimum field performance.
Trimble VISION with an integrated digital camera
View and document actual jobsite conditions from the perspective of the total station when performing layout, collecting data or generating field reports
One person layout
Robotic communication link – 2.4 GHz radiio
Robotic radio communication range – 500-700 m (1,640 – 2,297 ft)
Measuring range (single prism) – 2,500 m (8,202 ft)
Distance measurement accuracy (prism mode) – +/-2 mm + 2 ppm (0.01 ft + 2 ppm)
Testing Cm positions in three challenging scenarios!
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