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SURVEYING INSTRUMENTS

SURVEYING INSTRUMENTS CX series CX-101 CX-102 CX-103 CX-105 CX-107 Compact X-ellence Station CLASS 3R Laser Product

CX series

CX-101

CX-102

CX-103

CX-105

CX-107

Compact X-ellence Station

CX-101 CX-102 CX-103 CX-105 CX-107 Compact X-ellence Station CLASS 3R Laser Product OPERATOR'S MANUAL 21403 99256

CLASS 3R Laser Product

OPERATOR'S MANUAL

21403 99256

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SURVEYING INSTRUMENTS CX series CX-101 CX-102 CX-103 CX-105 CX-107 Compact X-ellence Station CLASS 3R Laser

SURVEYING INSTRUMENTS

CX series

CX-101

CX-102

CX-103

CX-105

CX-107

Compact X-ellence Station

CLASS 3R Laser Product

OPERATOR’S MANUAL

• Thank you for selecting the CX-101/102/103/105/107.

• Please read this operator's manual carefully before using this product.

• Verify that all equipment is included. "List of standard components" (separate sheet)

• CX has a function to output data saved in the CX to a connected host computer. Command operations from a host computer can also be performed. For details, refer to "Communication manual" and ask your local dealer.

• The specifications and general appearance of the instrument are subject to change without prior notice and without obligation by TOPCON CORPORATION and may differ from those appearing in this manual.

• The content of this manual is subject to change without notice.

• Some of the diagrams shown in this manual may be simplified for easier understanding.

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• Learn basic key operations in "5. BASIC OPERATION" before you read each measurement procedure.

• For selecting options and inputting figures, see "5.1 Basic Key Operation".

• Measurement procedures are based on continuous measurement. Some information about procedures when other measurement options are selected can be found in “Note” ().

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CONTENTS

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PRECAUTIONS FOR SAFE OPERATION

 

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4.1 Parts of the Instrument

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4.2 Mode Diagram

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4.3 Bluetooth Wireless Technology

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5.1 Basic Key Operation

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5.2 Display Functions

 

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5.3 Star Key Mode

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6.1 Battery Charging

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6.2 Installing/Removing the Battery

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SETTING UP THE INSTRUMENT

 

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7.1 Centering

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7.2 Levelling

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FOCUSSING AND TARGET SIGHTING

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9. POWER ON/OFF

 

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10. CONNECTING TO EXTERNAL DEVICES

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10.1 Necessary settings for Bluetooth communication

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10.2 Establishing a connection between the CX

 

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10.3 Measurement using Bluetooth communication

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10.4 Registering/Outputting data using Bluetooth communication

 

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11. ANGLE MEASUREMENT

 

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11.1 Measuring the Horizontal Angle between Two Points

 

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11.2 Setting the Horizontal Angle to a Required Value

 

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11.3 Angle Measurement and Outputting the Data

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12. DISTANCE MEASUREMENT

 

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12.2 Distance and Angle Measurement

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12.3 Recalling the Measured Data

 

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12.4 Distance Measurement and Outputting the Data

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12.5 Coordinate Measurement and Outputting the Data

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13. SETTING INSTRUMENT STATION

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13.1 Entering Instrument Station Data and Azimuth Angle

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14. COORDINATE MEASUREMENT

 

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15. SETTING-OUT MEASUREMENT

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15.1 Coordinates Setting-out Measurement

 

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15.2 Distance Setting-out Measurement

 

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15.3 REM Setting-out Measurement

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16. SETTING-OUT LINE

 

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16.1 Defining Baseline

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16.2 Setting-out Line Point

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18.1 Defining Baseline

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18.2 Point Projection

 

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19. TOPOGRAPHY OBSERVATION

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19.2

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