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I recently purchased a older Geotec GT6 transit to help layout tile drainage on my farm. There wasn't a users manual with it. Is anyone familar with this instrument, have a copy of the manual or can suggest where I might locate one? Any other suggestions? Tx, Rick G.
In the late '70s, Pentax aquired Geotec and used their designs for the basis of many of their initial survey instrument offerings. The T-24 has much in common with the Pentax "GT" series of transits and is of comparable quality. You could spend as much as we're are asking here for a good level transit such as the David White LT8-300P, but you would not achieve the accuracy of plumb and angle turning that you would with the T-24.
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Robert, did you find yourself a ZXtreme or Zsurveyor receiver? We are fixing to post a blog about RTK Bridge C solutions which helps to eliminate a Base receiver. I have 2 ZXtreme with radios. Let me know if I can help.
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Looking for a copy of the users manual for a Topcon FC-4 data collector. It is an older model that first came out in about 1990. I have an old Topcon ET-1 total station and am trying to figure out how to use the two together. Would appreciate if someone has a pdf they can email me at [email protected]
I think I found a fix for my 11/2/2009 post, where I am annoyed by the zoom extents in AutoCAD 2000i when I double click the mouse too quickly: Type in "viewres" and hit enter, you are then prompted with the question "Do you want fast zooms?" by replying with "no" and a smaller circle zoom percent may help as well. I haven't fully tested this solution but it seems to keep the touchiness of the mouse clicker from triggering the zoom extents.