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This is the mark of the Japan Surveying,Instruments Manufacturers Association. SURVEYING INSTRUMENTS,Total Station,Class 3R Laser Product. OPERATOR S MANUAL,Thank you for selecting the SET1X 2X 3X 5X. Please read this operator s manual carefully before using this product. Verify that all equipment is included,C 34 STANDARD EQUIPMENT. SETX has a function to output data to a connected host computer Command. operations from a host computer can also be performed For details refer to. Interfacing with the SOKKIA SDR Electronic Field Book and Command. Explanations manuals and ask your local dealer, The specifications and general appearance of the instrument may be altered at.
any time and may differ from those appearing in brochures and this manual. The content of this manual may be altered at any time. Some of the diagrams shown in this manual may be simplified for easier. understanding,HOW TO READ THIS MANUAL,Regarding other manuals. Manuals 2 and 3 below are electronic manuals provided on a CD ROM in PDF format. Adobe Reader is necessary in order to view these documents The latest version of Acrobat. Reader can be downloaded from the Adobe homepage, The SETX comes equipped with 3 manuals for operation information. 1 SETX Operator s Manual this manual, Explains basic operation and functions of the SETX. 2 Spectrum Survey Field Program Explanations, Explains advanced measurement operations using Spectrum Survey Field software. 3 SFX Dial Up Program Explanations, Explains how to send and receive data using the SFX function.
The following conventions are used in this manual, Indicates precautions and important items which should be read before. operations, C Indicates the chapter title to refer to for additional information. Indicates supplementary explanation, Indicates an explanation for a particular term or operation. Softkey etc Indicates softkeys on the display and window dialog buttons. Key etc Indicates keys on the operation panel,Screen title etc Indicates screen titles. Notes regarding manual style, Except where stated SETX means SET1X 2X 3X 5X in this manual.
Except where stated SSF means Spectrum Survey Field in this manual. Screens and illustrations appearing in this manual are of SET3X with Bluetooth module and display. on face 1 only Face 2 display is available as standard or as a factory option depending on the. country of purchase, Location of softkeys in screens used in procedures is based on the factory setting It is possible to. change the allocation of softkeys,CSoftkey allocation 29 6 Allocating Key Functions. HOW TO READ THIS MANUAL, Learn basic operations in 4 PRODUCT OUTLINE and 5 BASIC OPERATION before you read. each measurement procedure An overview of the available SETX functions is given in. 4 1 Functions For selecting options and inputting figures see 5 1 Basic Key Operation. Measurement procedures are based on continuous measurement Some information about. procedures when other measurement options are selected can be found in Note. KODAK is a registered trademark of Eastman Kodak Company. Bluetooth is a registered trademark of Bluetooth SIG Inc. Windows and Windows CE are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. All other company and product names featured in this manual are trademarks or registered. trademarks of each respective organization,1 PRECAUTIONS FOR SAFE OPERATION 1. 2 PRECAUTIONS 4,3 LASER SAFETY INFORMATION 7,4 PRODUCT OUTLINE 9.
4 1 Functions 9,4 2 Parts of the Instrument 11,4 3 Mode Structure 14. 4 4 Bluetooth Wireless Technology 15,5 BASIC OPERATION 17. 5 1 Basic Key Operation 17,5 2 Display Functions 22. 5 3 Inputting Characters using the Input Panel 28,5 4 SETTINGS Mode 29. 6 USING THE CF CARD SLOT 30,6 1 Inserting Removing the CF Card 30.
7 USING THE BATTERY 32,7 1 Battery Charging 32,7 2 Installing Removing the Battery 33. 8 SETTING UP THE INSTRUMENT 36,8 1 Centering 36,8 2 Levelling 37. 9 POWER ON OFF 40,9 1 Resolving Software Issues 41. 9 2 Configuring the Touch Panel 41,10 CONNECTING TO EXTERNAL DEVICES 43. 10 1 Wireless Communication using Bluetooth Technology 43. 10 2 Communication between the SETX and Companion Device 46. 10 3 Connecting to USB devices 48,10 4 Connection via RS232C cable 50.
11 FOCUSSING AND TARGET SIGHTING 51,12 ANGLE MEASUREMENT 52. 12 1 Measuring the Horizontal Angle between Two Points Hori. zontal Angle 0 52, 12 2 Setting the Horizontal Angle to a Required Value Horizontal. Angle Hold 53,12 3 Angle measurement and Outputting the Data 54. 13 DISTANCE MEASUREMENT 55,13 1 Returned Signal Checking 55. 13 2 Distance and Angle Measurement 57,13 3 REM Measurement 58.
13 4 Distance Measurement and Outputting the Data 58. 14 TOPOGRAPHY MEASUREMENT 61,14 1 Entering Instrument Station Data 61. 14 2 Azimuth Angle Setting 63,14 3 Topography Measurement 66. 15 COORDINATE MEASUREMENT 68,15 1 Entering Instrument Station Data 68. 15 2 Azimuth Angle Setting 69,15 3 3 D Coordinate Measurement 72. 15 4 Reading in Registered Coordinate Data from Memory mode 74. 16 RESECTION MEASUREMENT 76,16 1 Coordinate Resection Measurement 77.
16 2 Height Resection Measurement 81,17 SETTING OUT MEASUREMENT 86. 17 1 Using the Guide Light 86,17 2 Distance Setting out Measurement 87. 17 3 Coordinates Setting out Measurement 93,17 4 REM Setting out Measurement 96. 18 POINT PROJECTION 100,18 1 Defining Baseline 100. 18 2 Point Projection 103,19 Offset Measurement 105.
19 1 Single distance Offset Measurement 105,19 2 Angle Offset Measurement 108. 19 3 Two distance Offset Measurement 110,20 MISSING LINE MEASUREMENT 113. 20 1 Measuring the Distance between 2 or more Points 113. 20 2 Changing the Starting Point 115,21 SURFACE AREA CALCULATION 117. 22 ROUTE SURVEYING 122,22 1 Instrument Station Settings 122. 22 2 Straight Line Calculation 123,22 3 Circular Curve Calculation 126.
22 4 Clothoid Curve 128,22 5 3 Point Calculation 133. 22 6 Intersection Angle Azimuth Angle Calculation 136. 22 7 Route Calculation 139,23 CROSS SECTION SURVEY 152. 23 1 Instrument Station Settings 152,23 2 Cross Section Survey 153. 24 REGISTERING reviewing DATA 158,24 1 Registering Known Point Data 158. 24 2 Registering Notes 159,24 3 Reviewing Data 160.
25 SELECTING DELETING A JOB 162,25 1 Selecting a JOB 162. 25 2 Deleting a JOB 164,26 RECEIVING COORDINATE DATA 165. 27 OUTPUTTING JOB DATA 168,28 REGISTERING DELETing CODE 172. 29 CHANGING THE SETTINGS 174,29 1 Observation Conditions 174. 29 2 Instrument Configuration 176,29 3 EDM Settings 178.
29 4 Allocating User defined Tabs 182,29 5 Customizing Screen Controls 184. 29 6 Allocating Key Functions 186,29 7 Changing Status Bar Icons 189. 29 8 Units 191,29 9 Changing Password 192,29 10 Restoring Default Settings 193. 29 11 Date and Time 193,30 WARNING AND ERROR MESSAGES 194. 31 CHECKS AND ADJUSTMENTS 198,31 1 Plate Level 198.
31 2 Circular Level 199,31 3 Tilt Sensor 200,31 4 Collimation 203. 31 5 Reticle 204,31 6 Optical Plummet 206,31 7 Additive Distance Constant 207. 32 Power Supply System 209,33 Target System 210,34 STANDARD EQUIPMENT 212. 35 Optional Accessories 216,36 SPECIFICATIONS 218,37 EXPLANATIONS 223. 37 1 Manually Indexing the Vertical Circle by Face Left Face Right. Measurement 223,38 REGULATIONS 224,39 INDEX 228,1 PRECAUTIONS FOR SAFE OPERATION.
For the safe use of the product and prevention of injury to operators and other persons as well as. prevention of property damage items which should be observed are indicated by an exclamation point. within a triangle used with WARNING and CAUTION statements in this operator s manual. The definitions of the indications are listed below Be sure you understand them before reading the. manual s main text,Definition of Indication, Ignoring this indication and making an operation error could possibly. C WARNING result in death or serious injury to the operator. Ignoring this indication and making an operation error could possibly. C CAUTION result in personal injury or property damage. This symbol indicates items for which caution hazard warnings inclusive is urged. J Specific details are printed in or near the symbol. This symbol indicates items which are prohibited Specific details are printed in or near. D the symbol, This symbol indicates items which must always be performed Specific details are printed. I in or near the symbol, Do not use the unit in areas exposed to high amounts of dust or ash in areas where there. D is inadequate ventilation or near combustible materials An explosion could occur. Do not perform disassembly or rebuilding Fire electric shock burns or hazardous. G radiation exposure could result, D Never look at the sun through the telescope Loss of eyesight could result. Do not look at reflected sunlight from a prism or other reflecting object through the. D telescope Loss of eyesight could result, Direct viewing of the sun using the telescope during sun observation will cause loss of.
D eyesight Use a solar filter option such as that in 35 OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES for. sun observation, When securing the instrument in the carrying case make sure that all catches including. E the side catches are closed Failure to do so could result in the instrument falling out. while being carried causing injury, Do not use the carrying case as a footstool The case is slippery and unstable so a. D person could slip and fall off it,1 PRECAUTIONS FOR SAFE OPERATION. Do not place the instrument in a case with a damaged catch belt or handle The case or. D instrument could be dropped and cause injury, D Do not wield or throw the plumb bob A person could be injured if struck. Secure handle to main unit with handle locks Failure to properly secure the handle could. E result in the unit falling off while being carried causing injury. Tighten the adjustment tribrach clamp securely Failure to properly secure the clamp. E could result in the tribrach falling off while being carried causing injury. Power Supply, D Do not short circuit Heat or ignition could result.
Do not place articles such as clothing on the battery charger while charging batteries. D Sparks could be induced leading to fire, Do not use voltage other than the specified power supply voltage Fire or electrical shock. D could result, Do not use batteries other than those designated An explosion could occur or abnormal. D heat generated leading to fire, Do not use damaged power cords plugs or loose outlets Fire or electric shock could. D Do not use power cords other than those designated Fire could result. Use only the specified battery charger to recharge batteries Other chargers may be of. E different voltage rating or polarity causing sparking which could lead to fire or burns. Do not use the battery charger or AC power cable for any other equipment or purpose. D Fire or burns caused by ignition could result, H Do not heat or throw batteries into fire An explosion could occur resulting in injury. To prevent shorting of the battery in storage apply insulating tape or equivalent to the. E terminals Otherwise shorting could occur resulting in fire or burns. Do not use batteries or the battery charger if wet Resultant shorting could lead to fire or. Do not connect or disconnect power supply plugs with wet hands Electric shock could. Do not touch liquid leaking from batteries Harmful chemicals could cause burns or. F blisters,1 PRECAUTIONS FOR SAFE OPERATION, When mounting the instrument to the tripod tighten the centering screw securely Failure.
E to tighten the screw properly could result in the instrument falling off the tripod causing. Tighten securely the leg fixing screws of the tripod on which the instrument is mounted. E Failure to tighten the screws could result in the tripod collapsing causing injury. Do not carry the tripod with the tripod shoes pointed at other persons A person could be. D injured if struck by the tripod shoes, Keep hands and feet away from the tripod shoes when fixing the tripod in the ground A. E hand or foot stab wound could result, Tighten the leg fixing screws securely before carrying the tripod Failure to tighten the. E screws could lead to the tripod legs extending causing injury. Bluetooth wireless technology, Do not use within the vicinity of hospitals Malfunction of medical equipment could. Use the instrument at a distance of at least 22 cm from anyone with a cardiac. E pacemaker Otherwise the pacemaker may be adversely affected by the. electromagnetic waves produced and cease to operate as normal. D Do not use onboard aircraft The aircraft instrumentation may malfunction as a result. Do not use within the vicinity of automatic doors fire alarms and other devices with. D automatic controls as the electromagnetic waves produced may adversely affect. operation resulting in an accident,2 PRECAUTIONS, Aiming the telescope at the sun will cause internal damage to the instrument Use the solar filter. when observing the sun,C 35 OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES,Tribrach Clamp and Handle.
When the instrument is shipped the tribrach clamp is held. firmly in place with a locking screw to prevent the. instrument from shifting on the levelling base Before using. the instrument the first time loosen this screw with a. SET1X SET2X SET3X SET5X Total Station SETX Li ion S Li ion This is the mark of the Japan Surveying Instruments Manufacturers Association SET1X SET2X SET3X SET5X Total Station Class 3R Laser Product SURVEYING INSTRUMENTS OPERATOR S MANUAL Thank you for selecting the SET1X 2X 3X 5X Please read this operator s manual carefully before using this product Verify that all

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