Yellow Tribrach Prism Reflector Reflector Prism Ads
|Type||Single Prism Set||Color||Yellow|
|Prism Diameter||64mm||Prism Type||Circular|
|Tribrach||Three Jaw||Tribrach Type||Without Optical Plummet|
|Condition||New||Adaptor/Carrier Model||With Optical Plummet|
|Used For||Different Brands Total Stations||Package||Hard Carry Case|
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Total Station Accessory ADS12 Yellow Color Topcon Type Prism Reflector with Tribrach and Carrier Adaptor
|Type||Single Prism Set|
|Thread Type||5/8x11 female thread|
|Tribrach Type||Three Jaw; without optical plummet|
|Adaptor Type||With Optical Plummet|
|Package||Hard Carry Case|
|Used for||Different Brands Total Station|
This complete tilting prism assembly comes with a 64mm prism mounted in a sealed canister, a metal 5.5′ x 7′ fluorescent orange target, and a metal yoke.
The prism can either be mounted in a -30mm or zero offset position.
Locking knob in back of the prism locks the prism and target in the desired tilting position.
Prism Set Comes with a protective hard plastic carrying case.
Leosurvey provides a wide range of total station survey prisms for every application. Our premium quality prisms have been rigorously tested and are trusted by our customers to provide reliable and accurate measurements on large construction projects. The optical survey prisms we provide can be used with any brand of total station including Topcon, Sokkia, Leica Geosystems, Trimble Geospatial, Nikon and GeoMax.
When selecting a Surveying Prism, consider the offset, the thread size, and the size of the prism itself. When working with Total Stations that require a target or reflector, a Surveying Prism is a must-have. Some Prisms are used on the top of a Prism Pole, while some are made to be mounted to the top of a Tripod. Most Surveyors Prisms have a 5/8 x 11 thread size although some use adapters instead of threads such as the Leica / Swiss-type adapter. Mini stake-out type prism is smaller in diameter which allows the user to get close to a wall or building to get the shot or stake out.
Monitoring Prisms are installed on structures such as buildings, tunnel walls, bridge piers, railroad tracks, or pavement. Changes in the positions of monitoring prisms indicate movement of the structure.
Control Prisms are installed at stable locations outside the zone of influence. Measurements of control prisms are used to adjust for changes in the position of the AMTS itself.