Nikon-Trimble Introduces Updated Nikon Total Stations

September 15, 2015  - By 0 Comments

Nikon-Trimble Co., Ltd. introduced today updated mechanical total stations to expand its portfolio of solutions for mainstream surveying and construction applications.

The announcement was made at INTERGEO 2015, the world’s largest conference on geodesy, geoinformatics and land management.

The updated products include:

Nikon NPL-322+ Series – an updated series of reflectorless 2” and 5” total stations providing powerful solutions and an excellent choice for value in terms of price and performance. The NPL-322+ Series feature a distance measurement accuracy of up to ±(2 + 2 ppm x D) mm and provide a long-distance reflectorless measurement range of 400 meters (1,312 feet.). The Nikon NPL-322+ Series also include a coaxial laser pointer, Bluetooth connection to external data collectors, onboard storage for 25,000 points and dual-axis compensation for significantly faster measurement times.

Nikon DTM-322+ Series – an enhanced series of economic, prism-based 2” and 5” total stations offering full featured functionality in an entry-level package. The DTM-322+ Series offer a distance measurement accuracy of up to ±(3 + 2 ppm x D) mm and a measurement range of 2,300 meters (7,540 feet.) to a prism. In addition, the Nikon DTM-322+ Series include a Bluetooth connection to external data collectors, onboard storage for 25,000 points, dual-axis compensation and new, long-lasting Li-Ion batteries.

“The Nikon optical portfolio continues to evolve to meet the ever changing needs of our customers who truly appreciate the reliability and dependability represented by the Nikon name,” said Olivier Casabianca, Spectra Precision Business Area Director. “Our customers enjoy the benefits of a mature, robust portfolio of survey and construction products from a single supplier they can trust.”

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Tracy Cozzens has served as managing editor of GPS World magazine since 2006. She also is editor of GPS World’s newsletters and the sister website Geospatial Solutions. She has worked in government, for non-profits, and in corporate communications, editing a variety of publications for audiences ranging from federal government contractors to teachers.

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