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Good day everyone. I recently started working for a small firm after a 6 1/2 year hiatus from surveying and I am currently doing things the old fashioned way by turning angles with an old Sokkia Set4 with nothing more than a field book as a data collector. Needless to say this is very tedious and time consuming and I was hoping someone here is willing to help me get the companies robotic station, that is collecting dust in the corner, up and running.

As stated in the title, we have a Leica TCRP1203 and an AllegroCX loaded with Carlson SurvCE and we have all the necessary equipment for the instrument to communicate with the instrument. I connected all of the cables to the proper ports (instument to radio and battery to radio) and have read through a pdf that explains all of the correct settings for the data collector and instrument to communicate, but when I enter SurvCE and go to Surv->Sideshot/Traverse->Robotics, the AllegroCX says - Status: No Response - and I have no control over the instrument.

My hopes are that someone here has experience with this specific equipment and can help me get this up and running in a matter of minutes :) or at the very least point me in the right direction.



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