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Description:

Recommended kit set up for different measurement methods:

  • Range/Azimuth
  • Range/Angle
  • Range/Range

Overview Primary Applications

Overview

Range/Azimuth Mapping Kit

The TruPulse® 360° R is used to collect measurements from one position to all targets within view of that position using azimuth. Move to one or more new control points to accommodate larger areas.

In this method, you pivot about an origin point and shoot to any features in view from the origin point. LaserSoft® MapSmart uses the distance and azimuth (heading in degrees referenced to North) to the feature to calculate X, Y, and Z coordinates for each feature.

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Range/Angle Kit

With the combination of the TruPulse 200X and MapStar® TruAngle®, collect measurements from one position to all targets within view of that position using electronic angles. MapSmart uses the distance and angle (heading in degrees from a user-defined reference azimuth) to the feature to calculate X, Y, and Z coordinates for each feature. Move to one or more new control points to accommodate larger areas.

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Range – Range Mapping Kit

When using the TruPulse 200X, two measurements are required to log each point. The two measurements are made between two carefully positioned control points. A control point (CP) can be a feature already at the survey site, such as a tree, or it can be an installed point, such as a reflective target. Position equipment at/over the point to be mapped and take one measurement to CP1, and one measurement to CP2. Move to the next point (or feature), and repeat.

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Primary Applications