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February 4th, 2011
Introducing “Lift & Tilt” Survey – JAVAD

First, put TRIUMPH-VS in “Lift & Tilt” mode. Then, go to the survey mark, lift TRIUMPH-VS to near vertical (better than 5 degrees). Survey will start automatically and sensors continuously compensate for leveling offsets. Audio tones keep you informed of the survey progress. You can use a headset if you are in noisy area. You can also take notes by talking to TRIUMPH-VS. When you are happy with the survey result, just tilt the TRIUMPH-VS (more than 15°) and walk to the next point. TRIUMPH-VS will close files automatically. Then go to your next point. Lift it up and do again as you did in the previous survey point: Do Nothing! Just lift it up to near vertical. Read More