GeoMax has been providing many of the most popular optical instruments in the surveying industry since 2007. Instruments like the Zoom10 and Zoom90 have become near ubiquitous on many sites since their introduction. GeoMax provides solutions for a variety of different industries, including construction, survey, mining, inspection and more. With GNSS and optical instruments, you can always find a solution that meets your needs.
The GeoMax Zoom95
The GeoMax Zoom95 is the newest robotic total station from GeoMax. Following up from the very successful Zoom90 robotic solution, the Zoom95 takes everything that the Zoom90 did great and improves on it. A robotic total station is perfect for those looking to streamline their optical workflow and save on man hours. With a robotic total station you can turn a two man operation into a one man operation. This is the perfect solution for those that run GNSS equipment, but are working areas where GNSS signals are not available.
Accuracy Options” 1″,2″, 3″ and 5″
Range: Up to 5300 m with Prism, 500 and 1000 m Reflectorless options available
Bleutooth Range : 800 m
Max Speed: 90 km/h
The GeoMax Zoom95 is designed to be flexible and easy to use. That is the Zoom95 can be used in several different software packages including GeoMax’s own X-Pad and MicroSurvey’s FieldGenius. When paired with a data collector like Juniper’s Mesa 3 you get a power ful field solution that can meet all of your needs.
The Zoom95 leverages GeoMax’s STReAM360 technology, making the robot one of the fastest on the market to aquire, track and lock your prism.
Scout: A vertical laster fan is emitted from the instrument to quickly find the prism.
TRack: Once aquired the prism is continuously tracked. The Zoom95 can track prisms moving up to 90 km/h.
AiM: The Zoom95 accurately aims at the prism without any need to look through the telescope.