Single ADS10 Total Station Prism 64mm Total Station Part
|Type||Single Prism Set||Color||Tribrach And Adaptor 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|
ADS10 Total Station Prism,
64mm Total Station Prism,
ADS10 total station part
ADS10-1 Topcon Type Single Prism Set for Total Station with Hard Carrying Case
|Type||Single Prism Set|
|Color||Tribrach and Adaptor Yellow|
|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 like Sokkia, Nikon, Trimble, Topcon etc.|
|Category||Optics Instruments Accessory|
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.
What is the best way to use a prism?
A precise tip will allow you to use a variety of prism heights — from mini to full-size. Just put the prism you want to use on the pole, and make sure it’s even for proper reading. For a more precise adjustment, it’s best to do it horizontally on the floor.
How are survey prisms different from mini prisms?
These survey prisms are compact and can be easily transported. Flat prisms are comparable to mini prisms in that they provide a similar distance range except with a dual-sided reflector. Finally, right angle prisms reflect angles of 90 or 180 degrees and make it possible to stake out right angles.
How does a survey prism work?
Survey prisms can be used with another electronic distance measurement (EDM) device to determine the distance of an object from a specific survey point, and they’re often attached to a prism pole so they can focus on a specific position.
Corner cube prisms (also called “ retroreflectors”) are often used for this type of measurement, and they will have some type of offset because the beam being transmitted from the device takes longer to leave the prism (especially from longer distances). This can be corrected by using a feature that accounts for this offset in relation to the plumb line of the surveying prism pole.