Topcon GTS-240NW Total Station Series Designed for ’Unmatched Functionality’

Tue January 25, 2011 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

The new system features Topcon’s onboard TopField and Road software.
The new system features Topcon’s onboard TopField and Road software.

Topcon Positioning System’s (TPS) new GTS-240NW series of total stations are designed to provide “unmatched functionality and dependability in its class, backed by Topcon’s industry-leading technologies,” according to Denny Welch, senior vice president of the TPS survey business unit.

The new system features Topcon’s onboard TopField and Road software, which “dramatically increases efficiency in topo data collection, construction layout, as well as road stakeout tasks,” Welch said. The new 24-key alphanumeric keyboard allows for “quick inputting of point numbers, codes, and other essential data.”

Other key features of the GTS-240NW series include:

• 2.5 inch highest telescope resolving power

• Point guide for stakeout/layout

• Laser plummet for quick set up

• Bluetooth wireless connectivity

• IP66 dust and water protection rating

• 10-hour battery operation

“With the enhanced functionality, the GTS-240NW allows for data collection and layout work without using an external controller or PC,” Welch said.

For end users preferring to use a field controller, the new series provides the wireless capability for a convenient connection.

For more information, call 925/245-8300 or visit

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