Home of Archaeology at Berkeley
Kevin Talbott at LaserTech (Centennial CO)
Direct Phone: 303-705-0062
Toll Free: 1-800-280-6113 ext. 162
In addition to the scan head this instrument was purchased with a tripod, the power supply case, and a Dell Latitude d600. The laptop is connected to the Cyrax using a cross-over ethernet cable (twisted pairs 2 and 3 are swapped), not a normal ethernet cable.
Terrestrial Laser Scanner
Long Range model (4400LR) can scan up to 700m on reflective surfaces.
37 Megapixel camera captures 360 degree by 80 degree photo of the site.
Close range scanner for artifacts and for architectural details.
These golf cases are long enough to hold a 52" stadia rod (collapsed) together with a surveying tripod. A chunk of polyethylene plank foam at each end added later holds items in place.
$200 ea from Golfsmith
Description: Unit was purchased new with tripod, prism rod, and prism.
See the description associated with our other Sokkia Total Station model (530r3) for details on how to connect the instrument, download or transfer data, and export to other software formats.
Software: ProLink 1.x software (Windows XP) supplied by Sokkia is used to download field data to a computer through a serial cable. SokkiaLink is a more current version of this software.
Dimensions of Equipment
Sokkia in protective case
42 x 23 x 34 cm, 10.35 kg (23 lbs):
Tripod and stadia rod in Wilson golf case:
133 x 30 x 37 cm, 14.3 kg (31.5 lbs)
The reflector prism and soft case are not included in these measurements.
The Juno SB handheld uses the Windows Mobile® version 6.1 operating system.
Juno GPS units are lower cost units that are not ruggedized like the GeoXH units. Trimble estimates that they will provide 2-5m of accuracy. The principal advantage to the Juno over recreation GPS units such as Garmin is that you can use more sophisticated software like Arcpad and Terrasync to do GIS data logging in the field, and you can post-process the results using GPS Pathfinder Office or GPS Analyst.