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May 30th, 2013
Topcon’s GTS-250 Total Station Series: Economical, Compact, Accurate

Denny Welch, senior vice president for the TPS Survey Business Unit, said, “These are job site-tested total stations for everyday measuring and positioning applications such as topo and construction layout.  They are available in 2- and 5-second models with dual-axis compensation as a standard feature.”

The GTS-250 series has a single-prism range of 2000m (6560ft), plus an environmental rating of IP-54 and includes optical plummet, battery, battery charger and two displays as standard equipment.  The GTS-250 uses a standard interface cable allowing it to connect to most popular data collectors or a computer.  It also features onboard programs and 24,000-point data storage.

Welch said, “This series provides the perfect entry-level value choice, and also provides the construction professional with a dedicated layout solution.  Use the on-board software to layout points in the field, confident that with Topcon, you’ll be right on target. Or use any of Topcon’s field controllers running  MAGNET™ software tailored to more complex construction projects.”

Additional information on the GTS-250 is available at:
 http://www.topconpositioning.com/products/total-stations/conventional-construction/gts-250-series