The Trimble® TDC600 handheld is a sleek, all-in-one rugged smartphone with a built-in professional GNSS receiver. Versatile, cost-effective, rugged and the ideal half-way house between a phone and a tablet this Android mobile device is now a perfect fit for the land surveyor as well as the mapping professional supporting Access 2020 and a range of GIS data collection software including KOREC’s K-Mobile.
Google Mobile Services certified with access to Google Play™ store apps Ultra-rugged design with MIL-STD-810G certification 4G LTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth® connectivity options for voice calls and data Ergonomic, lightweight and slim form factor Front- and rear-facing cameras Supports the Trimble® Catalyst™ service and Trimble R2 and R1 GNSS receivers Runs Trimble, third-party or custom-developed field applications.
All-in-one GNSS data collector and smartphone Android™ 8.0 operating system that now supports Access 2020 software and all its familiar worflows
6-inch high resolution sunlight-readable display and ultra-rugged build (IP67)
Powerful Qualcomm® processor with 4 GB RAM and 64 GB internal storage
Highly portable – for example you can use the Bluetooth link to Trimble’s R12i (and other Trimble GNSS) to create one of the lightest systems available
Perform robotic surveys by connecting your TDC600 to your instrument using the Trimble TDL2.4 radio.
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