Nikon Survey Equipment
Nikon has been producing survey equipment for over 100 years, and has built their reputation on providing an innovative and reliable instruments. Nikon is renowned for their crystal clear optics that reduce eye fatigue and make surveying easier. Nikon has been providing accurate and precise optical instruments that industry professionals rely on and have come to trust. Nikon total stations are known for their accuracy, durability and reliability in the field, no matter what the conditions are on site. So whether you are looking for a total station for mining, surveying, construction, engineering, mapping or any other area where you need angle and distance measurements, the Nikon XS series of total stations can rise to meet those standards.
Nikon XS Series of Total stations
The Nikon XS series of total stations provide a lightweight and durable total station, backed by Nikon’s leading optical components. With the lightweight design, and clear and precise optics, you get a package that reduces operator fatigue and is easy to use. With over 10 hours of continuous battery life, you can squeeze the maximum out of your working time. The working time can be extended, as the batteries are hot swapable, allowing you to never have to slow down and you can continue to work as long as required. Weighing only 9.5 lb, the Nikon XS series total station is easy to setup, especially when the optional laser plummet is included.
The Nikon XS Series total station has on-board software that makes the storing of point information including codes, angles and distances a breeze. With the dual face LCD screens and keyboards, you can easily store the data you need quickly and easily. With the integrated Bluetooth module, you can also connect to a data collector. The Nikon XS series is supported by both Carlson’s SurvCE and MicroSurvey’s FieldGenius allowing you to choose the software you want to work with. With an integrated compensator, the total station can accomodate the distortions caused by both local atmospheric conditions and the Earth’s curvature.
The highly accurate EDM, allows you to take both reflectorless and prism shots with ease. The XS series of total stations allows you to measure reflectorless out to 2600 ft and up to 16,404 ft with a prism. When measuring with a prism you can acheive accuracy of +/- 2 mm + 2 ppm and +/-3 mm + 2 ppm for reflectorless shots.
Condition Of Equipment
This specific instrument, is in excellent condition. There are only minor cosmetic scuffs and scratches on the instruments. This specific instrument is the dual face version, with a laser plummet. The case is scuffed and scratched but is still working great. The instrument has been tested and is measuring within expected tolerances. The previous owner was a surveying firm on the West Coast who used the total station regularly but regularly serviced and took great care of the instrument.
Here at Bench-Mark we check and test every piece of used equipment that comes in to ensure that it is working properly and is with specifications. This means we test the batteries, accessories and instrument. We also carefully clean and ensure every part of the instrument is working properly. For any questions about this instrument, or any of the instruments on our website please call us at 1-888-286-3204.
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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