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Operator s Manual, Part Number 1000737 01, ECO 000187. Copyright Topcon Positioning Systems Inc, August 2012. All contents in this manual are copyrighted by Topcon Positioning Systems Inc All rights reserved. Thank you for purchasing this Topcon product The materials available in this Manual the Manual have been prepared by. Topcon Positioning Systems Inc TPS for owners of Topcon products and are designed to assist owners with the use of the. receiver and its use is subject to these terms and conditions the Terms and Conditions. Please read the terms and conditions carefully, Terms and Conditions. This product is designed to be used by a professional The user should have a good knowledge of the safe use of the product and. implement the types of safety procedures recommended by the local government protection agency for both private use and. commercial job sites, Preface P N 1000737 01 i, Copyrights. All information contained in this Manual is the intellectual property of and copyrighted material of TPS All rights are reserved. Do not use access copy store display create derivative works of sell modify publish distribute or allow any third party access. to any graphics content information or data in this Manual without TPS express written consent and may only use such. information for the care and operation of the receiver The information and data in this Manual are a valuable asset of TPS and. are developed by the expenditure of considerable work time and money and are the result of original selection coordination. and arrangement by TPS, Trademarks, HiPer SR TRU Magnet Pocket 3D Topcon and Topcon Positioning Systems are trademarks or registered trademarks.
of TPS Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by. Bluetooth SIG Inc and any use of such marks by Topcon Positioning Systems Inc is used under license Other product and. company names mentioned herein may be trademarks of their respective owners. Disclaimer of Warranty, EXCEPT FOR ANY WARRANTIES IN AN APPENDIX OR A WARRANTY CARD ACCOMPANYING THE PRODUCT THIS MANUAL AND. THE RECEIVER ARE PROVIDED AS IS THERE ARE NO OTHER WARRANTIES TPS DISCLAIMS ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF. MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR USE OR PURPOSE TPS AND ITS DISTRIBUTORS SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR. TECHNICAL OR EDITORIAL ERRORS OR OMISSIONS CONTAINED HEREIN NOR FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. RESULTING FROM THE FURNISHING PERFORMANCE OR USE OF THIS MATERIAL OR THE RECEIVER SUCH DISCLAIMED. DAMAGES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO LOSS OF TIME LOSS OR DESTRUCTION OF DATA LOSS OF PROFIT SAVINGS OR. REVENUE OR LOSS OF THE PRODUCT S USE IN ADDITION TPS IS NOT RESPONSIBLE OR LIABLE FOR DAMAGES OR COSTS. Terms and Conditions P N 1000737 01 ii, INCURRED IN CONNECTION WITH OBTAINING SUBSTITUTE PRODUCTS OR SOFTWARE CLAIMS BY OTHERS INCONVENIENCE OR. ANY OTHER COSTS IN ANY EVENT TPS SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY FOR DAMAGES OR OTHERWISE TO YOU OR ANY OTHER. PERSON OR ENTITY IN EXCESS OF THE PURCHASE PRICE FOR THE RECEIVER. License Agreement, Use of any computer programs or software supplied by TPS or downloaded from a TPS website the Software in connection. with the receiver constitutes acceptance of these Terms and Conditions in this Manual and an agreement to abide by these. Terms and Conditions The user is granted a personal non exclusive non transferable license to use such Software under the. terms stated herein and in any case only with a single receiver or single computer You may not assign or transfer the Software. or this license without the express written consent of TPS This license is effective until terminated You may terminate the. license at any time by destroying the Software and Manual TPS may terminate the license if you fail to comply with any of the. Terms or Conditions You agree to destroy the Software and manual upon termination of the use of the receiver All ownership. copyright and other intellectual property rights in and to the Software belong to TPS If these license terms are not acceptable. return any unused software and manual, Confidentiality. This Manual its contents and the Software collectively the Confidential Information are the confidential and proprietary. information of TPS You agree to treat TPS Confidential Information with a degree of care no less stringent that the degree of. care you would use in safeguarding your own most valuable trade secrets Nothing in this paragraph shall restrict you from. disclosing Confidential Information to your employees as may be necessary or appropriate to operate or care for the receiver. Such employees must also keep the Confidentiality Information confidential In the event you become legally compelled to. disclose any of the Confidential Information you shall give TPS immediate notice so that it may seek a protective order or other. appropriate remedy, Terms and Conditions P N 1000737 01 iii.
Website Other Statements, No statement contained at the TPS website or any other website or in any other advertisements or TPS literature or made by. an employee or independent contractor of TPS modifies these Terms and Conditions including the Software license warranty. and limitation of liability, Improper use of the receiver can lead to injury to persons or property and or malfunction of the product The receiver should. only be repaired by authorized TPS warranty service centers Users should review and heed the safety warnings in an Appendix. Miscellaneous, The above Terms and Conditions may be amended modified superseded or canceled at any time by TPS The above Terms and. Conditions will be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of California without reference to. conflict of laws, Terms and Conditions P N 1000737 01 iv. Manual Conventions, This manual uses the following conventions.
Convention Description Example, Bold Menu or drop down menu selection File Exit Click the File menu and click Exit. Name of a dialog box or screen From the Connection screen. Button or key commands Click Finish, Mono User supplied text or variable Type guest and click Enter. Italic Reference to another manual or help document Refer to the Topcon Reference Manual. Further information to note about system configuration maintenance or setup. Supplementary information that can have an adverse affect on system operation system performance data. integrity measurements or personal safety, Notification that an action has the potential to result in system damage loss of data loss of warranty or. personal injury, Terms and Conditions P N 1000737 01 v. Table of Contents, Terms and Conditions i, Copyrights ii.
Trademarks ii, Disclaimer of Warranty ii, License Agreement iii. Confidentiality iii, Website Other Statements iv, Miscellaneous iv. Manual Conventions v, P N 1000737 01 vi, Introduction 1. HiPer SR Features 2, Unpacking Your Receiver Kit 3. System Components 4, Accessories 5, Technical Documents 5.
Using Topcon Software With Your Receiver 6, Getting Technical Support 7. Getting Acquainted 9, Receiver Overview 9, Internal Batteries 13. LongLINK Wireless Communication 13, P N 1000737 01 vii. Display Panel Operations 14, Power Button 15, Receiver Status LEDs 16. Tracking Status LED 16, Recording LED 17, Bluetooth LED 18.
Battery LED 19, Managing Power 20, Turning On Off the Receiver 20. Using Internal and External Power Sources 20, Internal Batteries 21. Charging the Batteries 22, Insufficient Power 23, Configuring the Receiver 25. Viewing Receiver Information 25, Loading New Firmware 27. P N 1000737 01 viii, About the OAF 30, Checking the Receiver s OAF 31.
Loading an OAF 32, Clearing the NVRAM 35, Field System Setup 37. Setting Up the Base Receiver 38, Setting Up the Rover Receiver 40. Measuring Antenna Height 42, Collecting Data 44, Setting Recording Parameters 44. Logging Rates 44, Recording Data 44, Managing Files 45. Downloading and Deleting Files 46, Troubleshooting 47.
Check This First 47, P N 1000737 01 ix, Powering Problems 48. Receiver Problems 49, LongLINK Problems 52, Bluetooth Problems 53. TRU Problems 55, Cleaning and Storing the Receiver 56. Getting Customer Support 56, Specifications 57, General Details 57. Safety Warnings 64, General Warnings 64, Receiver Warnings 65.
Usage Warnings 65, Regulatory 66, FCC Compliance 66. Industry Canada Compliance 67, P N 1000737 01 x, Community of Europe Compliance 68. European Community Declaration of Conformity with R TTE Directive 1999 5 EC 68. Declaration of Conformity R TTE Directive 1999 5 EC 69. WEEE Directive 73, Bluetooth Transmission Statements Compliance 73. Korean KC RF Compliance 74, Glossary 75, P N 1000737 01 xi. Introduction, Topcon s HiPer SR receiver is a compact lightweight and completely integrated GNSS receiver for static and cable free stop and.
go kinematic applications The integrated receiver design includes a GNSS receiver board based on Vanguard technology. industry leading Fence Antenna internal long life batteries memory storage and topcon s innovative LongLINK wireless. communication technology The HiPer SR delivers world class positioning and navigation capability to your application by tracking. signals from multi constellation satellite systems including GPS GLONASS and SBAS. Topcon s exclusive LongLINK communication technology provides the perfect small job site system suitable for short range up to. 300m from the Base station RTK communication You can also use the HiPer SR receiver as a Network RTK Rover by adding network. option authorization to the receiver and cellular enabled controller. The HiPer SR offers complete IP67 protection against dust and water ingress in addition to superior vibration and shock resistance. The Topcon communication interface allows you to quickly integrate Topcon s premium GNSS performance within new systems. and quickly deliver world class positioning and navigation support to your applications. Mono User supplied text or variable Type guest and click Enter Italic Reference to another manual or help document Refer to the Topcon Reference Manual Further information to note about system configuration maintenance or setup

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