Using a Total Station in surveying technology

Using a Total Station in surveying technologyThe total station is mounted on a tripod and leveled before use.
The other part of a total station, the electronic distance measuring device, measures the distance from the instrument to its target.

The total station allows measurement of this type to be taken by simply targeting someone as they move down the avalanche chute (assuming it's safe to do so).

The total station provides a quicker solution to this measurement by allowing a light beam to measure the distance instead of a tape measure.
The total station sends an infrared laser that is reflected from a prism and sent back to it.

With the tripod and total station now centered over the top of the control point, adjust the tripod legs by extending/contracting them, to position the bubble of the circular vial located on the tribrach of the total station to the center.

For reference purposes throughout these instructions, the front of the total station is the side facing the object to be measured and the back of the total station is the side with the LCD display panel.

Rotate the total station until the back of the unit is aligned with two of the leveling screws located on the bottom plate of the total station.
There are two total station series to choose from, with many models available.

Total stations offer fast, accurate electronic distance measurement (EDM), easy-to-use keypads and legendary optics to help you work more quickly and productively in the field.

Total Station is three-dimensional surveying technology unit.
Accuracy of total stations is very high, and they have been in use over a period of time long enough to justify confidence in their accuracy and reliability.
The largest discrepancy between the measured distance and that obtained from the total station was.005 m.
The third part of the total station is an electronic distance-measuring device which determines the distance between the station and the target at which the instrument is aimed (normally a prismatic reflector).

 
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