Stonex R20 Series Total Stations
Precise, efficient and easy Total Station
The R20 range is composed of 3 versions, the R20 1000 m model with 2″ angular accuracy, the R20 1000 m model with 1″ angular accuracy and the R20 600 m model with 2″ angular accuracy.
The three models offer optimum performance up to 5000 m with prism and 1000 m or 600 m reflectorless. The entire R20 range is equipped with a high-performance, illuminated reticle telescope that provides the best quality of observation, whatever the environmental conditions.
The programs on board of these models of total stations make them suitable for any work in construction, cadastral, mapping and staking, through a user-friendly interface. Thanks to the presence of Bluetooth connection, it is possible to connect an external controller, giving the possibility to use a customized field software.
LIMITLESS DISTANCE MEASUREMENTS
By using a digital phase laser ranging technology, R20 guarantees high accuracy measurements: l 000 m or 600 m (depending on the model) in reflectorless mode and up to 5000 m using a single prism, with millimeter accuracy.
FAST, ACCURATE, RELIABLE
Measuring distances with high angular accuracy make any job extremely cost effective and reliable. The wide range of application software allows to complete the Surveyor’s tasks directly in the field.
ONE DAY OF CONTINUOUS FIELD WORK
Thanks to the low power consumption circuit design R20 gives the opportunity to continuously work for more than 22 hours.
TEMPERATURE PRESSURE SENSORS
Temperature and pressure changes have a negative impact on the accuracy of distance measurements. R20 monitors the changes and automatically adjusts the distance calculations.
In the Box (All models):
- 1x R20 Stonex Total Station
- 2x 30-350581 R20 Lithium Battery
- 1x 30-350583 R20 Charger
- 1x 30-350582 R20 Carrying Case
- 1x 30-350586 R20 Rain Cover
- 1x Tribrach
- 1x Tools kit
- 1x Cleaning Brush
- 4x Reflective sheet RP30
- 1x Reflective sheet RP60
- 1x SW Cube-link
- 1x Pen Drive set 8Gb with Manual & Video Tutorial