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Champion HC1 Data Collector Features
The Champion HC1 Data Collector works with total stations, GPS receivers and robotic surveying equipment using long range Bluetooth or external radios connected through the 9 pin serial port. Built-in mapping grade GPS gives GIS applications the 1.5 meter accuracy they desire at a fraction of the competitor's price and an integrated 5 megapixel camera allows for asset verification. The internal GSM modem offers seamless wireless internet access where GSM service works well and the built-in WiFi allows connections through hotspots where GSM service is unavailable.
Carlson Surveyor2 Data Collector Features
The Carlson Surveyor2 Data Collector is fast, durable and powerful with the speed you need and reliability you deserve!
Carlson MINI2 Data Collector Features
The Carlson MINI2 data collector is small, but mighty, and designed to boost productivity and speed with extra-bright screen, long-lasting battery, and improved GPS technology to perform better in natural surroundings:
Getac PS336 Data Collector Features
This field-ready workhouse was built for power, functionality and ruggedness. Featuring a large 3.5 inch display with a pressure sensitive touchscreen, advanced GPS, an alpha-numeric keyboard, plenty of power to run your apps at the highest rugged standards available in the industry, the PS336 rugged handheld is compact enough to operate in one hand.
Upgrade of the Long Range Bluetooth transmission up to 3,000 feet from a GeoMax Zoom90 robotic total station with the addition of an external antenna on a Champion HC1 handheld data collector. This upgrade requires the Champion HC1 to be modified internally in our office. Short range Bluetooth will still operate with the internal antenna, but the long range Bluetooth will require the external antenna after the upgrade. Note that the 3,000 ft. range exceeds the tracking distance of a 360 degree prism.
Champion Scepter III Data Collector
With a powerful 806 MHz processor, 256MB RAM and up to 8GB MicroSD, the handheld Scepter III GIS data collector is a high performance device designed to give you all the power you need to work with maps and large datasets in the field. Powered by Windows Mobile, the Scepter III gives you the freedom to choose a software solution that meets the needs of your field work.
Mesa 2 GEO/Cell Data Collector Features
The Mesa 2 Rugged Tablet can go with you into the harshest of environments. Running Windows 10 or Android, the Mesa 2 Rugged Tablet brings powerful functionality to your mobile data collection.
GeoMax Data Collector Pole Clamp and Bracket Features
Quick Release Cradle
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SECO 5200-155 Quick-Release Pole Clamp with Vial and Compass Features
Outlined to prevent the user from over tightening the pole clamp screw and accidentally crushing it, the SECO Quick-Release Pole Clamp with Vial and Compass is made of durable anodized aluminum. The pole clamp is suitable with existing quick-release cradles for most popular data collectors. Designed to fit a pole diameter of 1.25 inches, this clamp is also perfect for 1 inch diameter poles. Includes a 40-minute vial and a compass built onto the clamp.
Champion Instruments HC2 Data Collector Features
Building on the success of the Champion HC1, the HC2 comes with an external long range Bluetooth antenna for greater range and internal L1 base and rover capability. The long range Bluetooth radios allow two HC2's to work as a base and rover pair to 3000' and beyond using external GNSS antennas. With the proper network correction, a single HC2 will operate as a network rover*! Static sessions are even supported. The long range Bluetooth radio in the HC2 is capable of operating the GeoMax Zoom90 robot (with GeoCom key) beyond 3000'.
*Requires RTCM3.2 MSM4 or MSM7 corrections
Champion Instruments Data Collector Screen Protector and Cloth
Capacitive Stylus Features
Champion Instruments HC3 Data Collector Features
Building on the success of the Champion HC1 and HC2, the HC3 comes with a 1 GHz CPU in addition to the external long range Bluetooth antenna and u-blox chip introduced with the HC2. The long range Bluetooth radios allow two HC3's to work as a base and rover pair to 3000' and beyond using external GNSS antennas. With the proper network correction, a single HC3 will operate as a network rover*! Static sessions are even supported. The long range Bluetooth radio in the HC3 is capable of operating the GeoMax Zoom90 robot (with GeoCom key) beyond 3000'.
*Requires RTCM3.2 MSM4 or MSM7 corrections
Topcon 14-008005-03 Data Collector Cable Features
Nikon Instrument to Data Collector Cable Features