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Electronical Total Station Symbols used in this manual. Congratulations on your purchase of a new Leica The symbols used in this User Manual have the following. Geosystems Total Station meanings, This manual contains important safety directions DANGER. refer to section Safety directions as well as, Indicates an imminently hazardous situation. instructions for setting up the instrument and, which if not avoided will result in death or. operating it Please read this User Manual, serious injury. carefully to achieve maximum efficiency from your, Instrument.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation or an, unintended use which if not avoided could result. in death or serious injury, Product identification. The type and the serial number of your instrument Indicates a potentially hazardous situation or an. indicated on the label in the battery compartment unintended use which if not avoided may result. Write the type and serial number of your instrument in the in minor or moderate injury and or appreciable. space provided below and always quote this information material financial and environmental damage. when you need to contact your agency or service, workshop Important paragraphs which must be adhered to. in practice as they enable the product to be used, Type Serial no in a technically correct and efficient manner. 2 TC R 303 305 307 3 5en, View of chapters, Introduction 7.
Operating the Instrument 13, Measuring preparation 18. FNC Key 33, Start up programs 37, Applications 43, Safety Directions 101. Care and Storage 115, Technical Data 124, Accessories 131. TC R 303 305 307 3 5en 3 View of chapters, Introduction 7 Measuring 30. Special features 7 Station block 31, Important parts 8.
Technical terms and abbreviations 9 FNC Key 33, Area of applicability 11 EDM change 33. PC Program Package Leica SurveyOffice 12 REC Storing 33. Height determination of remote points 34, Operating the Instrument 13 Laser Pointer 35. Keypad 13 Target Offset 35, Trigger key 15 Delete last record 36. Buttons 15, Symbols 16 Start up programs 37, Menu tree 17 Setting job 38. Setting Station 39, Measuring preparation 18 Known point 39.
Unpacking 18 Set manually 39, Inserting replacing battery 19 Orientation 40. Setting up the tripod 20 Method 1 Set orientation 40. Method 2 Measure target points 41, Centring with laser plummet coarse level up 21. Display of computed orientation 42, Accurate levelling up with electronic level 22. Displaying residuals 42, Laser intensity 22, Useful information 42. Hints for Positioning 23, Functions 24 Applications 43.
Numerical input 25 Introduction 43, Alphanumeric input 25. Surveying 44, Point search 27, Wildcard search 29, Contents 4 TC R 303 305 307 3 5en. Contents contd, Setting out 45 Coding 67, Setting out coordinates from memory 45. Manual input of setting out values 45 Menu 71, Polar setout 46 Quick Settings 71. Orthogonal setout 46 Settings 72, Cartesian setout 46 System Settings 72.
Example 47 Angle Settings 75, Buttons 47 Unit settings 78. Errors 47 EDM Settings 79, Tie Distance 48 Communication 83. 1 Polygonal Methods A B B C 48 Date and Time 84, 2 Radial Methods A B A C 50 System Information 85. Extended Display 51 Data Manager 87, Error 51 VIEW EDIT DATA 87. Area computation 52 Delete Memory 92, Free Station 54 Data Download 93.
Measuring facilities 55 Statistics 94, Computation procedure 56 Messages and Warnings 95. Station setup 56 Determining instrument errors 96, Measurements 57 Line of sight error Hz collimation 97. Results 58 V Index Vertical index error 97, Residuals 59 Determining the line of sight error c 98. Error messages 60 Determining V index 99, Reference Line 61 Possible messages when determining instrument errors100. Definition of the Base Line 61, Reference Line 63, Orthogonal Setout 65.
TC R 303 305 307 3 5en 5 Contents, Contents contd, Safety Directions 101 Checking and adjusting 118. Intended use of instrument 101 Tripod 118, Permitted uses 101 Circular level 118. Adverse uses 101 Circular level on the tribrach 118. Limits of use 102 Laser plummet 119, Responsibilities 102 Reflectorless EDM 120. Hazards of use 103 Battery charging 122, Laser classification 107. Integrated distancer infrared laser 108, Technical Data 124.
Integrated distancer visible laser 109 Atmospheric correction 128. Guide Light EGL 110 Reduction formulae 130, Laser plummet 111. Electromagnetic acceptability 112 Accessories 131, FCC statement applicable in U S 114. Care and Storage 115, Transport 115, In the field 115. Inside vehicle 116, Shipping 116, Storage 116, Cleaning 117. Contents 6 TC R 303 305 307 3 5en, Introduction Special features.
The Leica Geosystems TC R 303 Easy and quickly to learn. 305 307 is a high quality electronic, total station designed for the Interactive keys with large and. construction site clear LCD, Its innovative technology makes the. daily surveying jobs easier Small light weight and easy to. The instrument is ideally suited for, simple construction surveys and Measurements without reflector. setting out tasks with the integrated visible laser. beam TCR instruments, The easy operation of the instrument. functions can be learned without Additional trigger key on side. problems in no time cover, Continuous drives for horizontal.
and vertical angles tangent, With laser plummet as standard. TC R 303 305 307 3 5en 7 Introduction, Important parts. 1 Optical sight, 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 2 Integrated guide light EGL optio. 3 Vertical drive, 4 Battery optional, 5 Battery stand for GEB111. 6 Battery cover, 7 Eyepiece focussing graticule, 8 Focussing telescope image.
9 Detachable carrying handle with, mounting screws. 10 Serial interface RS232, 11 Foot screw, 12 Objective with integrated. Electronic Distance Measurement, EDM Beam exit, 13 Display. 14 Keyboard, 15 Circular level, 16 On Off key, 17 Trigger key. 18 Horizontal drive, 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18, Introduction TC R 303 305 307 3 5en.
Technical terms and abbreviations, ZA Line of sight collimation. V Telescope axis line from the reticle, to the centre of the objective. ZA SA Standing axis, KA Vertical rotation axis of the. KA telescope, KA Tilting axis, Horizontal rotation axis of the. telescope Trunion axis, V Vertical angle zenith angle.
KA VK Vertical circle, Hz With coded circular division for. reading the V angle, HK Hz Horizontal angle, HK Horizontal circle. With coded circular division for, SA SA reading the Hz angle. TC R 303 305 307 3 5en 9 Introduction, Technical terms and abbreviations contd. Standing axis Line of sight V index Plumb line Zenith Reticle. inclination error Hz Vertical index Compensator, collimation error.
Angle between The line of sight With horizontal Direction of Point on the Glass plate. plumb line and error is the line of sight the gravity The plumb line above within the. standing axis deviation from V circle reading compensator the observer telescope with. the perpendicular should be exactly defines the reticle. between tilting 90 100gon plumb line within, axis and line of The deviation the instrument. sight This could from this values, be eleminated by is termed V. measuring in index i, both faces, Introduction 10 TC R 303 305 307 3 5en. Technical terms and abbreviations contd Area of applicability. SD Indicated meteorological This User Manual is valid for all. E N H corrected slope distance instruments of the TPS300 Basic. between instrument tilting axis Series, and centre of prism laser spot. SD TCR TC Instruments are equipped with an, HD Indicated meteorological invisible infrared EDM and TCR.
corrected horizontal distance Instruments with a visible red laser. dH for reflectorless measuring, dH Height difference between. station and target point J types are Japanese versions and. hi hr Reflector height above ground S types are equipped with a. HD shiftable tribrach, hi Instrument height above, Sections only valid for TCR. E0 Station coordinate Easting, instruments are marked accordingly. E0 N0 H0 N0 Station coordinate Northing, H0 Station height. E Easting of target point, N Northing of target point.
H Height of target point, TC R 303 305 307 3 5en 11 Introduction. PC Program Package Leica SurveyOffice, The program package Leica Program content Settings. SurveyOffice is used for the data For general settings of all. exchange between the TPS300 and After successful installation the applications of Survey Office e g. the PC It contains several auxiliary following programs appear interface parameter. programs in order to support your External Tools, use of the Instrument Data Exchange Manager Access to Format Manager user. For data exchange of coordinates defined output formats and TPS. Installation on the PC measurements codelists and Setup user defined basic. The installation program for the Leica output formats between instrument settings Here your output. SurveyOffice can be found on the and PC software can be called directly as. CD ROM supplied Please note that Codelist Manager an example. the Leica SurveyOffice can only be For creating and processing of Exit. installed under the operating systems codelists Quits the SurveyOffice. MS Windows 95 98 Windows 2000 Software Upload Register. Windows NT4 0 and Windows ME For loading deleting system Registering type of instrument and. software application programs additional objects e g formats or. For the installation call program and EDM software as well as programs. setup exe in the directory system application texts. SOffice Language Disk1 on the Before the Software Upload For more informationen. CD ROM and follow the input always insert a charged about Leica SurveyOffice. instructions of the installation pro battery into the instrument refer to the comprehensive Online. gram When using TPS300 Coordinate Editor Help, instruments select option Standard Import Export as well as creating. or User defined and select TPS300 and processing of coordinate files. Tools additionally, Introduction 12 TC R 303 305 307 3 5en.
Operating the Instrument Keypad, The On Off key is located on the Buttons Input bar. side cover of the TC R 303 305 307, avoiding inadvertently switching the. Instrument off Focus bar Symbols, Actively processed field. or display key, Navigation, hr 1 70 0m keys, 1 Control of input. Hz 135 54 23, V 102 12 48, 3 RL bar in edit and, HD 4m input mode or.
SETUP control of focus, All shown displays are, examples It is possible that. local software versions are different, to the basic version. Fix keys 2nd level Fix keys, Functions on second key level Can Keys with firmly assigned functions. be activated by pressing and ENTER SHIFT, the corresponding fix keys. TC R 303 305 307 3 5en 13 Operating the Instrument. Keypad contd, Fix keys Key combinations, Measure distance and angle EDM ESC.
record measured values, Access to distance measuring Quit a dialog or the edit mode with. Measure distance and functions and distance corrections activation of the previous value Re. angles display measured ppm turn to next heigher level. values without recording, Key programmable with, function from the FNC menu FNC PgUP. Calling the application Quick access to measurement Page Up scrolling upwards if. programs supporting functions several displays available in one. Switching on off electronic, level The laser plummet is. activated simultaneously MENU, Access to Data Manager instrument PgDN. Switching to the second key, level EDM FNC MENU settings and adjustments Page Down scrolling downwards.
illumination ESC and if several displays available in one. switching between dialog, alphanumeric numeric, character set. Switching on off the display, Erasing character field illumination and activating the display. stopping EDM heating if instrument temperature, Confirming an input continue. to the next field, Operating the Instrument 14 TC R 303 305 307 3 5en. Trigger key Buttons, Important buttons, hr 1 600 m SET Set displayed value and quit.
Hz 236 56 14 OK Set displayed message or, V 91 12 23 dialog and quit dialog. HD 123 569 m, EXIT Early quit of a function, SETUP application or a menu. Changed values are not set, PREV Back to last active dialog. SETUP NEXT Continue to next dialog, On the trigger key three settings are Buttons are a range of commands Find further information. possible Function ALL or DIST can appearing in the bottom line of the about menu application. be assigned to the key or switched display They can be selected with specific buttons in the relevant. off the navigation keys and activated sections, with Depending on the active.
The key can be activated in the function application other buttons. configuration menu see Menu Sy may become available. stem settings, TC R 303 305 307 3 5en 15 Operating the Instrument. User Manual TC R 303 305 307 Version 3 5 English 20 30 40 50 TPS300 Basic Series 2 TC R 303 305 307 3 5en The type and the serial number of your instrument indicated on the label in the battery compartment Write the type and serial number of your instrument in the space provided below and always quote this information when you need to contact your agency or service workshop Type Serial no

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