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Warnings and Cautions
Introduction 1
Instrument accuracy and display 11.1
Parts of the Instrument 1.2
Preparation 2
Unpacking and Packing the Instrument 2.1
Charging and Discharging the Battery Pack 2.1
Detaching and Re-Attaching the Battery Pack 2.1
Setting Up the Tripod 2.1
Centering using the optical plummet 21.1
Centering using a plumb bob 20.1
Setting Up the Prism Reflector 2.1
Adjusting the height of the tribrach adapter 20.1
To adjust the height of the tribrach adapter:
Changing the direction of the prism 20.1
To change the direction of the prism:
Setting the prism constant 20.1
Setting the position of the target plate 20.1
To set the position of the target plate:
Face-1/Face-2 Measurements 2.1
Getting Started 3
Turning the Instrument On and Off 3.1
Turning on the instrument 31.1
Turning off the instrument 30.1
Selecting a Language 3.1
Changing Regional Configuration Pre-sets 3.1
Display and Key Functions 3.1
Customizing items in the Basic Measurement Screen (BMS)
Quick code measurement mode
Entering a point name or number 32.1
Entering a point from the stack
Entering a code from the stack
Advanced feature: Searching for a code by using the first character
Entering values in feet and inches 32.3
Creating a control job
Measuring Distances 3.1
Sighting a prism reflector 31.1
Measurement settings 31.3
Applications 4
HA Reset and Angle Operations 4.1
Setting the horizontal angle to 0 41.1
Entering the horizontal angle 41.2
Recording a foresight point after repeat angle measurement 41.3
Face-1/Face-2 measurement 40.1
Horizontal angle hold 40.2
Setting up a station with known coordinates or azimuth 41.1
Advanced feature: Measuring F1 and F2
Setting up a station using multiple point resection 40.1
Advanced feature: Viewing and deleting a measurement in resection
Setting up the station quickly without coordinates 40.1
Determining station elevation 40.1
Checking and resetting the backsight direction 40.1
Two-point resection along a known line 40.1
Specifying the stakeout point by angle and distance 41.1
Using [DSP] to switch between display screens
Specifying the stakeout point by coordinates 40.1
Advanced feature: Specifying a stakeout list by range input
Measuring distance and offset values along a specified line 41.1
Remote distance measurement 40.1
Measuring between the current and the first point measured
Measuring remote elevation 40.1
Measuring distance and offset values on the vertical plane 40.1
Measuring distance and offset values on the slope 40.1
Recording Measurement Data 4.1
Recording data from any observation screen 41.1
Outputting data to the COM port 41.2
Measuring Offsets 4.2
Measuring taped offsets 42.1
Measuring angle offsets 40.1
Extending a line by horizontal angle offset 40.1
Entering a horizontal distance after an angle-only shot 40.1
Calculating a corner point 40.1
Measuring circle offsets 40.1
Extending the slope distance 40.1
Menu Key 5
Setting the control job 50.1
Displaying job Information 50.1
Calculating angle and distance between two coordinates 51.1
Calculating and manually inputting coordinates 50.1
Calculating area and perimeter 50.2
Advanced feature: Entering a range of points
Calculating coordinates from line and offset 50.3
Calculating coordinates using intersection functions 50.4
Advanced feature: Entering angle and distance offsets
Entering coordinates 50.2
Point name list and code list 50.3
Advanced feature: Editing the data order for upload
Uploading a point name list or code list 50.1
Checking and Adjustment 6
Checking and Adjusting the Plate Level 6.1
Checking and Adjusting the Circular Level 6.1
Checking and Adjusting the Optical Plummet 6.2
Zero Point Errors of Vertical Scale and Horizontal Angle Corrections 6.1
Checking the Instrument Constant 6.1
Specifications 7
Dual-axis tilt sensor (DTM-332 single-axis) 71.3
Measurement intervals 71.6
Clamps/tangent screws 71.7
Level vial sensitivity 71.9
Connections in the base of instrument 71.12
Environmental performance 71.14
Standard Components 7.2
External Device Connector 7.3
System Diagrams 8
System Components 8.1
Communications 9
Uploading Coordinate Data 9.1
Uploading Point Lists and Code Lists 9.2
Nikon raw record formats 93.2
SDR2x and SDR33 record formats 93.3
Error Messages 10
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