The BRx7 is the latest and greatest GNSS receiver from Carlson, capitalizing on the best of the BRx5 and BRx6+: the compact, hot swappable batteries from the BRx5 and the robust RTK engine and great Satel radios from the BRx6+. But its great features don’t stop there; the BRx7 is known for its tilt shot ability, Hemisphere P40 board, plethora of constellations, performance under canopy, and impressive range. The BRx7’s reputation is gaining popularity in the market, competing even with well-established GNSS brands.
There is nothing more practical and versatile than an internal tilt sensor- and with the BRx7’s design, you can get up to 60° of tilt, with 2 cm of compensation at 30° or 5 cm at 60°. Gone are the struggles of pole-levelling!
Because of its design with the Hemisphere Phantom P40 board, the BRx7 has access to an array of constellations and signals, allowing for performance and variety in multi-path environments. Some constellations and signals include: GPS; L1CA, L1P, L1C, L2P, L2C, L5, GLONASS; G1, G2, G3, P1, P2, Beidou; B1i, B2i, B3i, B10C, B2A, B2B, ACEBOC, GALILEO; E1BC, E5a, E5b, E6BC, ALTBOC, QZSS; L1CA, L2C, L5, L1C, LEX, IRNSS; L5 and Atlas.
Key BRx7 Features
- Multi-Frequency, Multi Constellation Base Rover Capability
- GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, Beidou, QZSS, IRNSS, SBAS, Atlas
- Athena RTK Engine
- Hot Swappable Batteries with 9 Hours of Life on Single Charge
- Internal Wifi, Bluetooth, Cellular and UHF
- Over GNSS Channels
- 8 GB of Internal Storage
- Static Capable
Juniper Systems has been one of the premier survey and rugged data collector manufacturers since their inception in 1993. They have been providing the toughest data collection solutions on the market to a variety of different applications including: agriculture, construction, mining, forestry, surveying, mapping and more. Juniper has built their data collectors to withstand the most difficult environments, whether that is a combat zone, a construction site, or whatever you can throw at it.
Juniper has prided themselves in providing an American solution with headquarters and manufacturing facilities based in Utah. From their Utah facility, Juniper has produced some of the most popular and iconic surveying data collectors on the market. This includes the legendary Carlson Surveyor 2, Juniper’s own Allegro 2, the Mesa 3 and the Archer family of products. Juniper is not just focused on surveying, with a host of innovative mapping, agricultural and even inventory tracking products. Whatever your application, if you need a data collection solution, Juniper has a product for you.
The Juniper Mesa 3
The Mesa 3, is Juniper’s latest itteration of their rugged Windows 10 tablet. The Mesa 3 is the most rugged Windows 10 tablet on the market. With Windows 10, you finally have a surveying grade data collector that is more than powerful enough to meet all of your needs.
The Mesa 3 boasts Intels Quad-core Intel Pentium N4200 processor, that contains more than enough operating power to get through your day to day operations. The Mesa 3 is fully capable of running the most popular surveying software suites, including FieldGenius and SurvPC. It also has the ability to run all of your desktop applications as it is running a fully licensed version of Windows 10.
The 8 GB of Ram and 128 GB of internal storage, which is expandable, is more than enough to run and load the large surfaces and drawings you need to work with. If you are used to working with Windows Mobile, this is a complete game changer.
Built to Last
The Mesa 3 is built to the same rugged standards that all of Junipers data collectors are built to. This is backed up by the MIL-STD-810G rating, that includes tempaeruate, shock and water proof ratings. As well it is rated to IP68 dust and water proofing, allowing you to take it anywhere you need to work.
The touch screen uses the same glass as the Mesa 2, and is designed to be used outside and stand up to scratches, glare and water. The chemically strengthened Dragontrail glass is designed to stand up to scratches and impacts. And just like the Mesa 2, the Mesa 3 has touch screen profiles that are optimized for rainy and cold conditions that would otherwise make using a touch screen difficult.
As the Mesa 3 is designed to replace a PC in the field, and be easily integrated with a variety of different equipment types and applications, it comes with a host of ports and optional accessories to make working easier. This includes an optional barcode scanner, 9-Pin Serial Connector, and additional batteries.
Used Equipment at Bench-Mark
All of our Bench-Mark used equipment is rigorously tested to ensure that it is still working optimally. We test every piece of equipment to ensure that still meets the expected specifications of when it is new. All used recievers are updated to the latest GNSS firmware, and are range tested to ensure that the radios are still producing the expected range. We test the radios over a 2 mile no line of sight baseline to ensure that they work as expected.
For all used total stations, we ensure that the instrument is shooting accurate values on both faces of the instruments. We also test the batteries to ensure that they hold their charge, and if they do not meet our standards, new batteries are sourced to replace the existing set. Finally, we get our tech to test the accuracy, and adjust the instrument to ensure it meets specifications.
The final step we take before selling any used equipment is a thorough cleaning, and replacement of any broken or damaged parts. Just because equipment is used does not mean it should be bruised and battered. With all of our used equipment we replace any broken parts including enclosures, antennas, buttons and more. We want your used equipment to seem like it is new and you are the first owner.
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