Packed with exciting features, built for speed, accuracy, ease-of-use and reliability. Leica TPS1200+ total stations carry out even the most complex tasks, better and more efficiently than ever before. And, best of all, they combine perfectly with GNSS.
Bluetooth® Wireless- Technology integrated Wireless transfer of data to PDA’s and cell phones. High-tech angle measurement High-accuracy continuous angle-measuring system.
Endless drives For fast, comfortable operation and precise pointing. Powered by TPS1200+ plug-in battery. Plug-in Li-Ion battery Small, light, high-capacity Lithium-Ion battery powers TPS1200+ for hours and hours.
Well-designed keyboard Clear, logical arrangement with alphanumeric, function and user-definable keys. Touch screen Gives instant access to all functions without using the keyboard. Laser plummet Centers TPS1200+ easily, quickly and exactly over a ground point.
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