If you’re working with Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS), you’re working with a complex collection of satellite data, gathering it all through carefully designed pieces of equipment. Each of these parts needs to work in synergy with the rest of the system, and every tool you use needs to contribute to measurements that are as accurate as possible. The prism is an important part of that.
There are many types of prisms you could use, but for many surveying applications that require high accuracy, Trimble’s 360 Prism can answer the call. This mainstay prism can increase the range of a Trimble robotic total station and help with a variety of surveying tasks. It works alongside Trimble GNSS receivers and comes with a height adapter to meet the Trimble Standard target height of 135 mm.
For a continuous and permanent reflection of the external device monitoring (EDM) signal, the Trimble 360 prism is an excellent choice. These prisms don’t require constant realignment from the operator like some other styles of prism do, so you can work more efficiently with fewer touchpoints. Minimizing realignment can save time and contribute to more accurate measurements, boosting your productivity and reliability.
This prism has a constant of ±2 mm and a diameter of 1 inch. Its angular accuracy comes in at 5 inches, and it has a measurement range of 400 meters. The solid housing and durable optical glass provide reliability and protection from the elements.
When it comes time to choose the right prism for GNSS applications, trust in the experts at Trimble, who have created an exceptional prism for your 360-degree surveying work. With our commitment to boosting your productivity and accuracy, you can also trust in the experts here at BuildingPoint SouthEast to get your 360 Prism to you worry-free.