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Sokkia iX Series Robotic Total Stations With Ultrasonic Technology

The iX series line of robotic total stations features UltraSonic motors and a rotation speed of 150 degrees per second.

October 14, 2016

The iX series line of robotic total stations features UltraSonic motors and a rotation speed of 150 degrees per second.

It is a single-operator system that offers long-range reflectorless measurements of up to 800 m, and 6,000 m with a reflector. The system is designed to be a compact solution and is a third smaller and lighter than previous robotic Sokkia instruments, Sokkia says. Along with complementing other products from the company, the instrument is designed with an open platform for additional compatibility with non-proprietary software and controllers. The iX series also features a five-year motor warranty.

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other Sokkia Corp products

The iX series line of robotic total stations features UltraSonic motors and a rotation speed of 150 degrees per second.

Additions to the CX total station series feature enhanced reflectorless operation: the CX-50 is designed as an entry-level option; the CX-100LN is built to offer a long-range reflectorless EDM.

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