A corner of a building or even a gully under a parked car? Measure points where satellite signals are blocked by eaves or canopies? No problem with Zenith35 TAG - just Tilt&Go! Free yourself from working with your pole kept strictly vertical and tilt it up to 30°, and still maintaining GNSS accuracy.
Need to ensure you keep your pole vertical? The Zenith35 TAG warns you when outside your defined centring accuracy and documents the quality of your measurements. Remove complexity with access from any device connected to the internet, independent of your location. Connect up to 10 rovers simultaneously via GSM with Zenith35 DynDNS technology.
- Reach and measure hidden points with tilted pole
- Check and track pole verticality
- Precise electronic bubble
- Control with any Wi-Fi® device
- Easy to set up and connect
- Remote access configurations
- All satellite systems supported
- NovAtel® technology
- Selectable RTK modes
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