Features and Benefits
- Quick and precise measurements
- FOCUS 50 and Origin software are designed together to be easy to learn
- Optional onboard FOCUS Data Collector
- Silent MagDrive technology
- Available in 3 models: Autolock, Short Range Robotic, Long Range Robotic
- Available in 1“, 2“, 3“, and 5“ angle accuracies
- Tracklight on all models
- PIN code security feature
- Supported by Global Spectra Geospatial Service
What is the battery life of the Spectra Focus 50 Total Station?
The rechargeable Li-ion battery has an integrated power gauge and lasts up to 7.5 hours. Using three batteries in a multi-battery adapter and one internal can give you up to 30 hours of use.
What is the angular accuracy of the Spectra Focus 50 Total Station?
The Spectra Focus 50 Total Station is available in 1“, 2“, 3“, and 5“ angle accuracies.
How durable is the Spectra Focus 50 Total Station?
The Spectra Focus 50 can operate in temperatures between –20 °C and +50 °C (–4 °F to +122 °F). You can store this total station between –40 °C and +70 °C (–40 °F to +158 °F). It also has a dust and water proofing rating of IP65.
What is MagDrive technology?
The total station horizontal and vertical angle movements are controlled electromagnetically through patented MagDrive technology. This drive system moves silently while it precisely and reliably turns to and repeats angle measurements. Manual aiming is intuitive with this MagDrive system, including endless fine adjustment.
What is SurePoint technology?
No matter how diligent you are about tripod quality, your setup, and what surface you set up on, sometimes the tripod moves a little while you are working – SurePoint technology eliminates the angular measurement errors associated with this, in real-time. The FOCUS 50 total station uses the compensator information to constantly correct for any pointing error and trunnion axis error. With SurePoint, your horizontal and vertical angles will always be correct.