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    Total Station for Surveying, Reflectorless 600m

    The SISCO advanced total station is available for sale, offering precision at an affordable price. It is ideal for land surveying needs and includes two measurement ranges with various accuracy options. It supports surveying up to 600 meters reflectorless.
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    Buy a cheap total station designed for engineering projects, land surveys, construction, and topography. With its high accuracy and dual display feature, it is the ideal choice for precise surveying tasks, capable of reflectorless measurements up to 600 meters.

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    Total station has a 30X Objective

    • Magnify 30X clear and bright. Effective aperture 48mm.
    • Laser plummet for options. Absolute angle encoder system.
    • Eyepiece. The DUT can be fine-tuned and more accurate.
    • Locking screw. Horizontal and vertical spirals, fine-tuning is more accurate.
    • Reflectorless. Pointing directly at the target point makes it more convenient to find the target.
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    Total station with double LCD display

    • Large screen with a time display. High-brightness background lighting.
    • On-board software and memory. Use the powerful onboard software to measure offsets, missing lines, resection, or quickly generate a map.
    • Data output. You'll never need to worry about losing critical information, since the large internal memory stores up to 40,000 points, that can be uploaded or transferred through the RS-232 data port or USB.
    • Keyboard. All English numbers. The operation is simple.


    A total station is a versatile and highly precise surveying instrument that integrates an electronic theodolite with an electronic distance meter (EDM) to measure angles and distances simultaneously. SISCO total stations are used in various surveying and engineering applications, including land surveying, construction, road and rail alignment, topographic surveying, geodetic surveys, mining and tunneling, utilities and infrastructure, mapping, GIS, bridge and dam construction, and agricultural land management.

    Total station surveying

    Topographic Surveying 

    Total station civil engineering

    Civil Engineering

    Total station geodetic surveying

    Geodetic Surveying

    Total station construction layout

    Construction Layout



    Model SISCO-TS-ZTM952
    Distance Single prism 3000m
    Three prism 5000m
    Reflectorless 600m
    Minimum display 1mm under fine measurement mode
    10mm under track mode
    Accuracy ±(3mm+2ppmxD)
    Measuring time 1s under fine measurement mode
    0.8s under track mode
    Angle Encoder system Absolutely encoding system
    Mini reading 1"/5"/10"
    Accuracy 2"
    Telescope Length 170mm
    lmage Erect
    Magnification 30X
    Effective aperture Ø48mm
    Resolving power 3.5"
    Field of view 1° 30'
    Mini focus 1.5m
    Compensator Type Single-axis liquid/double-axis photoelectric tilt sensor
    Range ±3'
    Level sensitivity Tubular level 30"/2mm
    Circular level 8'/2mm
    (optical or laser plummet)
    lmage erect
    Magnification 3X
    Focus range 0.5m~∞
    Data output
    Port Bluetooth, SD card, USB, RS-232C
    Capacity 40,000 data at least
    Display LCD Double sides 320x240
    lumination yes
    Power supply Battery Rechargeable lithium battery DC7.4V 3600mAh
    Operating time 4 hours at least
    Operating temperature -20°C~+50°C
    Weight 6.8kg


    Packing List:

    • 1x Total station
    • 2x Battery pack
    • 1x Charger
    • 1x Data cable
    • 1x Operating manual
    • 1x CD

    Q1: What is a total station?
    A1: A total station is a surveying instrument that combines an electronic theodolite with an electronic distance meter (EDM) and a microprocessor to measure angles, distances, and elevations with high accuracy. It is used in construction, land surveying, and other geospatial measurements.

    Q2: How does a total station work?
    A2: A total station works by measuring the angle between two points and the distance to the target point using a laser or infrared beam. The device's microprocessor calculates the precise coordinates of the target point, which can be stored and used for further analysis.

    Q3: What are the main components of a total station?

    A total station is a sophisticated surveying instrument that integrates various components to measure angles, distances, and elevations accurately. Here are the main components of a total station.

    • Electronic Theodolite: Measures horizontal and vertical angles.
    • Electronic Distance Meter (EDM): Measures distances using a laser or infrared signal.
    • Microprocessor: Processes data and performs calculations.
    • Display and Interface: Shows measurements and allows user input.
    • Optical or Laser Plummet: Assists in centering the instrument over a point.

    Tips: How to set up total station?

    • Choose a stable location.
    • Set up and secure the tripod.
    • Mount and roughly level the total station.
    • Precisely level using the leveling screws.
    • Center over the survey point using the optical/laser plummet.
    • Zero the horizontal circle.
    • Turn on and check the instrument.
    • Enter project details and configure settings.
    • Aim, measure, and record data.

    Thank you for buying industrial test and measurement equipment on, all products sold by SISCO and the partner cover a 12 months warranty, effective from the date of receiving the products.

    What is covered?

    SISCO is responsible for providing free spare parts, and free technical support to assist the customer to repair the defective products until the problem is solved.

    What is not covered?

    • Product purchased from anyone other than a SISCO store or a SISCO authorized reseller.
    • Expendable parts.
    • Routine cleaning or normal cosmetic and mechanical wear.
    • Damage from misuse, abuse or neglect.
    • Damage from use of parts other than SISCO approved.
    • Damage from use outside the product’s usage or storage parameters.
    • Damage from use of parts not sold by SISCO.
    • Damage from modification or incorporation into other products.
    • Damage from repair or replacement of warranted parts by a service provider other than a SISCO authorized service provider.
    • Damage caused by the application environment not meeting the product usage requirements and the failure to perform preventive maintenance.
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