Figure below shows ZTS-320R:
Functions of keyboards and the display of information:
Microprocessor unit in reflectorless total station processes the data collected to compute:
Average of multiple angles measured.
Average of multiple distance measured.
Distance between any two points.
Elevation of objects and
All the three coordinates of the observed points.
ZTS-320R data format:
MEA= Measurement File, working for storing data
COO= Coordinate File, being used when transferring coordinate
COD= Code File, being used when transferring code
Select File >File(.MEA) A.MEA File(.COO) File(.LH) Save Enter
LH= LS =Defined line File, working for staking out roadway
How to aim at a target (only for reference)
1.Aim at the bright sky with the telescope and adjust the eyepiece to focus until a sharp image of the cross wire forms.
2.Aim at the target with the cross center in the coarse sighting device on the top of the lens. The eye should keep a proper distance (about 200mm) away from the sighting device.
3.Obtain a sharp image of the target on the reticule with the focusing screw of the telescope. If optical parallax appears when angle of view changed, the focus or the diopter of the eyepiece may be unadjusted. For precision concerns, please adjust the eyepiece focus to eliminate the optical parallax.
Field of View
1°30′ (2.7m at 100m)
Minimum Focusing Distance
Distance Measurement (ZTS-320 with Reflector)
3000m (9,842ft.) under good condition
6000m (19,685ft.) under good condition
800m (2,624 ft.)
Measuring Time (Fine/Quick/Tracking)
Distance Measurement(ZTS-320R Reflectorless)
Single-axis liquid tilt sensor/Dual-axis (optional)