The coupe was the first CAN Bus vehicle to enter the market in 1986. By reducing the vehicles wiring by 2km, the vehicles overall weight was significantly reduced by at least 50kg and using only half the connectors. For the first time, each of the vehicles systems and sensors were able to communicate at very high speeds (25kbps - 1Mbps) on a single or dual-wire communication line as opposed to the previous multi-wire looms. However, the introduction of CAN Bus also increased the vehicles complexity and made after market installations even more difficult and in many cases impossible to perform.
|Size||165 x 157 x 318 mm|
|Angle Measurement Accuracy||Absolute Encoding|
|Display Type||LCD Display|
|Minimum Readout||1" and 5"|
|Floor Area||1.5 x 0.75 m.|
Reflector Less Total Station (300m Conditional):
|Color||Red and Gray|
|Dimension||19 x 12 x 12 cm|
|Total Weight Of Apparatus||1.6 Kg|
The Automatic Level is extremely popular within the construction industry being known for its increased robustness and precision when working in tough environments. The horizontal circle and circular bubble are easily read, both being positioned next to the telescope and the external sight allowing for easy targeting. The upright image is clearly shown and the double sided endless drives provide fast targeting. The automatic level comes with one of the finest optics allowing for short measuring distances, measuring in adverse light conditions and accurate aiming.
A Planimeter also known as a platometer, is a measuring instrument used to determine the area of an arbitrary two-dimensional shape. The planimeter is a drafting instrument used to measure the area of a graphically represented planar region. The region being measured may have any irregular shape, making this instrument remarkably versatile. There are several kinds of planimeters, but all operate in a similar way. Planimeters are used to measure areas on maps of any kind and scale, as well as plans, blueprints or any scale drawing or plan. They are often used by surveyors, foresters, geologists, geographers, engineers and architects.
|Weight||Approx 12 Kg|