The CST/Berger 5-second digital theodolite with vertical tilt sensor offers contractors the best solution for angle and alignment needs. Accuracy 5-second angular, Ratio 1100 Stadia ratio, Range ft. 450, Display Shows Angle/grade modes, Magnification mm 30X, Display Type Dual digital display, Power Source Battery, Battery Included Yes, Style Theodolite, Single, Pair, or System Single, Thread Size in. 5/8-11, Includes 6-key interface. Provides 5-second angular accuracy with a vertical tilt sensor that compensates for tilts in the vertical axis, providing for more accurate angle measurements Includes optical plummet that allows user to align directly over reference point Can turn angles in left or right direction 30X telescope with 53in. minimum focus
Simple enough for the untrained construction worker yet still more sophisticated and accurate than conventional contractor-style transits, there’s no easier way to plumb walls, set slopes, true forms, or align poles and fence posts than with this digital transit. The transit instantly displays horizontal and vertical angles in bold digits on dual LCD screens on the front and back for easy reading. Rather than manually aligning vernier scales, the DGT-10 automatically measures horizontal and vertical angles using an incremental encoder detection system, making it so simple to operate that anyone at a construction site can use it without special training.
The DGT10 features 5-inch angular accuracy with a vertical tilt sensor that monitors the tilt angle in x-axis (horizontal) for accurate measurements every time. With 30-speed magnification and a 450-foot diameter-working range, the unit is ideal for larger worksites. Accuracy to 1/16 inches at 100 feet ensures precision work when projecting lines or plumbing columns and walls. The DGT10 displays the actual variance in true plumb and quickly and accurately turns back to plumb position.
Dual digital displays and a simple six-key interface make the instrument very simple and easy to use. The DGT10 includes an optical plummet for aligning vertical points for positioning columns, building stairs or decks, or aligning framing. A 30-speed telescope has a minimum focus of 53 inches for work up close. A boon for landscapers and pavers, the DGT10 also features a 1:100 stadia ratio, which, along with the 450-foot working range helps quickly estimate long distances in the field.
More great features include: state-of-the-art glass encoder, 5-second horizontal and vertical readout, auto power-off option, optical plummet, zero resetting, water resistant, sealed construction, removable tribrach for multiple set-ups, built-in battery pack that attaches and detaches by a single action.