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ISSUED............... DEC.

2006
REVISED............ REPAIR MANUAL
GTS-100NSERIES
ELECTRONIC TOTAL STATION
TOPCON CORPORATION
Printed in Japan
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Copyright 2006 Topcon Corporation, All rights reserved.
CONTENTS
Page
1. INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................... 1-1
1-1 Introduction ................................................................................................................................. 1-1
1-2 How to Use This Manual ............................................................................................................ 1-2
2. PRODUCT OUTLINE ................................................................................................................... 2-1
2-1 Nomenclature .............................................................................................................................. 2-1
2-2 Display ........................................................................................................................................ 2-3
2-3 Operating Key ............................................................................................................................. 2-4
2-4 Function Key (Soft Key) ............................................................................................................. 2-5
2-5 Star key mode ............................................................................................................................. 2-6
2-6 Serial signal RS-232C connector ................................................................................................ 2-8
3. PRINCIPLE ..................................................................................................................................... 3-1
3-1 Principle of Angular Measurement ............................................................................................. 3-1
3-2 Principle of Distance Measurement ............................................................................................ 3-4
4. ERROR CODE TABLE ................................................................................................................ 4-1
5. DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE ................................................................................................. 5-1
5-1 Instrument Disassembly Procedure ............................................................................................ 5-1
5-2 Telescope (EDM) Disassembly Procedure ................................................................................. 5-15
6. TROUBLE SHOOTING ............................................................................................................... 6-1
6-1 Trouble Shooting Flow Chart ..................................................................................................... 6-1
6-2 Trouble Shooting of Angular Measurement Problem Unit ........................................................ 6-15
7. EACH UNIT REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE ..................................................................... 7-1
7-1 Angular Measurement System Unit Replacement Procedure ..................................................... 7-1
7-2 EDM System Unit Replacement Procedure ................................................................................ 7-3
7-3 Other Units Replacement Procedure ........................................................................................... 7-4
8. REPAIR OUTLINE ........................................................................................................................ 8-1
8-1 Repair Outline ............................................................................................................................. 8-1
8-2 Factory Mode .............................................................................................................................. 8-2
8-3 Setting Mode 1 ............................................................................................................................ 8-30
8-4 Selecting Mode ........................................................................................................................... 8-35
9. ANGULAR MEASUREMENT READING SYSTEM REPAIRS ....................................... 9-1
9-1 How to Use the Angular Measurement System Unit Positioning Tools .................................... 9-1
9-2 Angular Measurement System Unit Installation Adjustment ..................................................... 9-7
9-3 Horizontal Angle Round Rotation Check ................................................................................... 9-20
10. PLATE SYSTEM REPAIRS ..................................................................................................... 10-1
10-1 Nomenclature .............................................................................................................................. 10-1
10-2 Angular Measurement Digital System Repairs .......................................................................... 10-2
10-3 Setting of Integral Time .............................................................................................................. 10-4
11. TELESCOPE (EDM) SYSTEM REPAIRS ........................................................................... 11-1
11-1 Nomenclature .............................................................................................................................. 11-2
11-2 Unit Nomenclature and Functions .............................................................................................. 11-3
11-3 Preparation for General Adjustment ........................................................................................... 11-4
11-4 Setting of APD Bias .................................................................................................................... 11-5
11-5 Reference Output Adjustment .................................................................................................... 11-6
11-6 How to Check Chopper/Circular Operation ............................................................................... 11-8
11-7 Telemeter Optical Axis and EDM Optical Axis Adjustment ..................................................... 11-10
12. UPLOAD OF SOFTWARES .................................................................................................... 12-1
12-1 Check of Software Version ......................................................................................................... 12-2
12-2 Upload of Softwares ................................................................................................................... 12-4
13. ADJUSTING MODE ................................................................................................................... 13-1
13-1 Adjustment of Vertical Angle 0 Datum ...................................................................................... 13-1
13-2 How to Set the Instrument Constant Value ................................................................................ 13-2
13-3 Reference frequency check mode ............................................................................................... 13-3
14. REPAIR TOOL LIST .................................................................................................................. 14-1
15. ADHESIVES AND LUBRICANTS ......................................................................................... 15-1
15-1 Adhesives and Application Locations ........................................................................................ 15-1
15-2 Lubricants and Application Locations ........................................................................................ 15-2
16. SPECIFICATIONS ...................................................................................................................... 16-1
APPENDIX .............................................................................................................................APPENDIX-1
APPENDIX1 Inspection Procedure ..................................................................................APPENDIX-1
APPENDIX1-1 Theodolite System Accuracy Inspection ...............................................APPENDIX-2
APPENDIX1-2 Telescope (EDM) System Accuracy Inspection ...................................APPENDIX-5
APPENDIX2 Precaution When Charging or Storing Batteries ........................................APPENDIX-8
APPENDIX2-1 Recharging ............................................................................................APPENDIX-8
APPENDIX2-2 Discharge ............................................................................................... APPENDIX-8
APPENDIX2-3 Storage ...................................................................................................APPENDIX-9
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1. INTRODUCTION
1-1 Introduction
The GTS-100N series is the electronic total station of the Topcon Green Label brand.
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1-2 How to Use This Manual
This manual describes the following points.
1) Replacement of parts :
The parts must be replaced by units (electrical, mechanical and optical units).
2) Replacement procedure of parts :
Necessary disassembly procedures and adjustments after replacement are shown with illustrations and
flow charts.
Don't perform repairs with other parts, units or methods (procedures, tools or others) except those mentioned
in the manual and parts list. An unallowable repair not only hinders a normal repair work but also causes
another trouble.
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2. PRODUCT OUTLINE
2-1 Nomenclature
Objective lens
Adjustment screw
for circular level
Instrument
center mark
Optical plummet
telescope
Tribrach fixing lever
Leveling screw
Base
Handle locking screw
Circular level
Display unit
Serial signal connector
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Horizontal
motion clamp
On-board battery
BT-G1
Instrument
center mark
Horizontal
tangent screw
Battery locking lever
Sighting collimator
Telescope focusing knob
Telescope grip
Telescope eyepiece
Vertical motion clamp
Vertical tangent screw
Plate level
Display unit
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2-2 Display
Display
The display uses a dot matrix LCD which has 4 lines and 20 characters per line. In general, the upper three
lines display measured data, and the button line displays the soft key function which changes with the mea-
suring mode.
Contrast and Illumination
The contrast and illumination of diplay window are adjusted, see Chapter 6 SPECIAL MODE (Menu
Mode) or section 1.5 Star key mode.
Heater (Automatic)
The built-in automatic heater functions when the temperature is below 0C. This keeps the displays speed
up at temperatures lower than 0C. To set the heater ON/OFF, see section 6.4.6 Heater ON/OFF. The
operating time will become short if a heater is used.
Example
Display marks
Display Contents Display Content
V V-angle * EDM working
HR H-angle right m Meter unit
HL H-angle left f Feet and inch unit
HD Horizontal distance
VD Relative elevation
SD Slope distance
N N coordinate
E E coordinate
Z Z coordinate
V : 9010'20"
HR: 12030'40"

OSET HOLD HSET P1
Angle measurement mode
V-angle : 9010'20"
H-angle : 12030'40"
HR: 12030'40"
HD* 65.432 m
VD: 12.345 m
MEAS MODE S/A P1
Distance measurement mode
Horizontal-angle : 12030'40"
Horizontal distance : 65.432m
Relative elevation : 12.345m
HR: 12030'40"
HD* 123.45 f
VD: 12.34 f
MEAS MODE S/A P1
Horizontal-angle : 12030'40"
Horizontal distance : 123.45ft
Relative elevation : 12.34ft
HR: 12030'40"
HD* 123.04.6f
VD: 12.03.4f
MEAS MODE S/A P1
Horizontal-angle : 12030'40"
Horizontal distance : 123ft4in6/8in
Relative elevation : 12ft3in4/8in
Feet unit Feet and inch unit
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2-3 Operating Key
Keys Name of Key Function
Star key Star key mode is used for each presetting or displaying as follows.
1 Contrast of the display 2 Reticle illumination 3 Back Light
4 Tilt correction 5 Point guide (Only for point guide model)
6 Set audio mode
Coordinate meas. key Coordinate measurement mode
Distance meas. key Distance measurement mode.
ANG Angle meas. key Angle measurement mode
POWER Power source key ON/OFF of power source
MENU Menu key Switches menu mode and normal mode. To set application mea-
surements and adjust in the menu mode.
ESC Escape key Returning to the measurement mode or previous layer mode from
the mode set.
To be DATA COLLECTION mode or LAYOUT mode directly
from the normal measurement mode.
It is also possible to use as Record key in normal measurement
mode.
To select function of Escape key, see Chapter 16 SELECT-
ING MODE
ENT Enter key Press at the end of inputting values.
F1~F4 Soft key (Function key) Responds to the message displayed.
POWER
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6 5 4
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MNO PQR
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GHI
MENU
ANG
YZ+ ESC
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Alphanumeric characters key
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2-4 Function Key (Soft Key)
The Soft Key message is displayed at the bottom line of display. The functions are according to the dis-
played message.
Angle measurement
Distance measurement mode
page Soft key Display mark Function
1
F1 0SET Angle of Horizontal is set to 000'00"
F2 HOLD Hold the horizontal angle
F3 HSET Sets a required horizontal angle by entering numerals.
F4 P1 The function of soft keys is shown on next page (P2).
2
F1 TILT
Setting Tilt Correction
If ON, the display shows tilt correction value.
F2 REP Repetition angle measurement mode
F3 V% Vertical angle percent grade (%) mode
F4 P2 The function of soft keys is shown on next page (P3).
3
F1 H-BZ Sets the buzzer sound for every horizontal angle 90
F2 R/L Switches R/L rotation of horizontal angle.
F3 CMPS Switches the COMPASS ON/OFF of vertical angle.
F4 P3 The function of soft keys is shown on next page (P1).
page Soft key Display mark Function
1
F1 MEAS Start measuring
F2 MODE Sets a measuring mode, Fine/Coarse/Tracking
F3 S/A Select set audio mode
F4 P1 The function of soft keys is shown on next page (P2).
2
F1 OFSET Select Off-set measurement mode
F2 S.O Select stake out measurement mode
F3 m/f/i Switches meter, feet or feet and inch unit.
F4 P2 The function of soft keys is shown on next page (P1).
HR: 12030'40"
HD* 123.45 f
VD: 12.34 f
H-BZ R/L CMPS P3
HR: 12030'40"
HD* 123.45 f
VD: 12.34 f
TILT REP V% P2
V : 9010'20"
HR: 12030'40"

OSET HOLD HSET P1
Angle measurement mode Distance measurement mode
HR: 12030'40"
HD* 123.45 f
VD: 12.34 f
OFSET S.O m/f/i P2
HR: 12030'40"
HD* [r] <<m
VD: m
MEAS MODE S/A P1
Coordinates measurement mode
HR: 12030'40"
HD* 123.45 f
VD: 12.34 f
OFSET --- m/f/i P3
HR: 12030'40"
HD* 123.45 f
VD: 12.34 f
R.HT INSHT OCC P2
N: 123.456 m
E: 34.567 m
Z: 78.912 m
MEAS MODE S/A P1
[F1] [F2] [F3] [F4]
Soft keys
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Coordinate measurement mode
2-5 Star key mode
Press the ( ) key to view the instrument options.
The following instrument options can be selected from the ( ):
1. Adjustment the contrast of the diaplay (0 to 9 steps) [ ]
2. Adjustment the reticle illumination (1 to 9 steps) [ or ]
3. Turn the backlight of the display ON/OFF [F1]
4. Setting Tilt Correction [F2]
5. S/A (set audio) mode [F4]
Note: Star key mode does not function when the same function as the function assigned to the star key
mode is performed from the main routine.
page Soft key Display mark Function
1
F1 MEAS Start measuring
F2 MODE Stes a measuring mode, Fine/Coarse/Tracking
F3 S/A Select set audio mode
F4 P1 The function of soft keys is shown on next page (P2).
2
F1 R.HT Sets a prism height by input values.
F2 INSHT Sets an instrument height by input values.
F3 OCC Sets an instrument coordinate point by input values.
F4 P2 The function of soft keys is shown on next page (P3).
3
F1 OFSET Select Off-set measurement mode
F3 m/f/i Switches meter, feet or feet and inch unit.
F4 P3 The function of soft keys is shown on next page (P1).
Key Display mark Function
F1 Turn the backlight of the display ON/OFF
F2
Setting Tilt Correction
If ON, the display shows tilt correcton value.
F4
The light acceptance quantity level for the EDM (SIGNAL), the atmospheric
correction value (PPM) and correction value of prism constant (PSM) are dis-
played.
or Adjust the contrast of the display (0 to 9 setps)
or
Adjust the Reticle Illumination (1 to 9 steps)
ON/OFF of the reticle illumination is linked with ON/OFF of the backlight.
V : 7742'30"
HR: 12030'40"

OSET HOLD HSET P1
Press the star ( ) key.
V : 7742'30"
HR: 12030'40"

OSET HOLD HSET P1
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Adjustment the contrast (0 to 9 ) of the display
This enable you to adjust the contrast of the display.
Press the up or down arrow keys to adjust the contrast.
Adjustment the reticle illumination (1 to 9 )
This enable you to adjust the reticle illumination.
Turn the display back light ON/OFF
To turn the back light ON, press the [F1] key. Press [F1] again to turn the back light OFF.
Tilt correction
The tilt setting mode performed here will not be memorized after powering OFF. To set TILT correction in
the initialized setting ( it is memorized after powering OFF), see Section 6.4.3 Vertical and Horizontal
Angle Tilt correction ( Tilt ON/OFF).
Set audio mode
The light acceptance quantity level (Signal level) is displayed in this mode.
When reflected light from the prism is received, a buzzer sounds. This function is good for easy collimation
when the target is difficult to find.
Press the [F4] key to view the set audio screen.
(1) To stop the buzzer, refer to Chapter 16 SELECTING MODE.
(2) Also, it is possible to display the signal level in Distance Measuring Mode.
The temperature, pressure, PPM, and PSM can be viewed in set audio mode.
Refer to Chapter 10 SET AUDIO MODE, Chapter 11 SETTING THE PRISM CONSTANT VALUE
and Chapter 12 SETTING ATMOSPHERIC CORRECTION , for further instructions.
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2-6 Serial signal RS-232C connector
The serial signal connector is used for connecting the GTS-100N series with a computer or TOPCON Data
Collector, which enables the computer to receive measured data from the GTS-100N series or to send pre-
set data of horizontal angle, etc. to it.
The following data will be output at each mode.
The display and the output at the coarse mode are the same as the contents above.
Output at the tracking mode is displayed as distance data only.
The details necessary for the connection with the GTS-100N Series are obtained from its Interface Manual
which is optionally available. Please refer to the manual.
Mode Output
Angle mode ( V, HR or HL) V, HR (or HL)
Horizontal distance mode (HR, HD, VD) V, HR, HD, VD
Slope distance mode (V, HR, SD) V, HR, SD, HD
Coordinate mode N, E, Z, HR (or V, HR, SD, N, E, Z)
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3. PRINCIPLE
3-1 Principle of Angular Measurement
(1) Principle
The pattern of the scale is divided into 1260 lines of equal pitch. The line width of the signal "R" is stable.
The line width of the signals "A", "B" and "C" is modulated according to the different cycles. (Fig. 1)
The signals are arranged in the order of "R" , "A", "B" and "C". When the pattern of the scale is projected,
the waveform is generated on the CCD. (Fig. 2) Obtain an integral value by every four waveform lines and
find out the line whose change is the smallest. It is "R" because the "R" width is stable. When you have found
out "R", the next is "A" and then "B" and "C" . Therefore the frequency of "A", "B" and "C" can be obtained.
(Fig. 3)
First, carry out Fourier transformation (DFT) for the equal-pitch signals to execute the accurate calculation of
1 pitch (1028 seconds) or less. Secondly, arrange the waveforms of the frequency for the "A", "B" and "C", obtain
each phase and, by combining the phases, obtain the angle of the block including "A", "B" and "C". Thirdly, obtain
the angle of the pitch unit by using the kind of the pattern including the reference position. Finally, combine
the accurate and rough calculations and arrange the digits to obtain the angular measurement value.
LED
Mirror
CCD
Scale
(V)-angular measurement reading unit (H)-angular measurement reading unit
LED
Scale
CCD
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3-2 Principle of Distance Measurement
(1) Principle
Light is emitted to the corner cubes placed on the ground being measured. The amount of the light delay
between the instrument and corner cube can be measured from the reflected light and this value is converted
to distance.
Topcon EDMs modulate light at the four frequencies of 30MHz, 1.8MHz, 117kHz and 113kHz so that dis-
tances of up to several kilometers can be measured accurately and displayed. The processes are as follows.
One of the four frequencies (30MHz, 1.8MHz, 117kHz and 113kHz) is selected by the control signal from
the CPU and the modulated light is emitted by the LED.
The light is reflected by the corner cube and returns.
The returned light undergoes the following in the amplifier.
Amplification: the signal is enhanced.
Mixed wave detection: the frequency component is made 3.6kHz.
Waveform rectification: the light is made into the frequency measurement signal.
A/D conversion is done for the measurement signal obtained by and it is changed into the distance data
by the microcomputer.
Perform the procedures to at each of the frequencies, 30MHz, 1.8MHz, 117kHz and 113kHz. The
"C" mark of the indicator moves to indicate the status.
The CPU combines the results from each of the frequencies and displays the distance.
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4. ERROR CODE TABLE
(1) Error codes
Display Description Countermeasure
Ref.
Page
Tilt Over When the inclination of the
instrument exceeds the automatic
correction range
Level the instrument correctly. If this error is
still displayed, the probable causes are as fol-
lows :
1. Tilt offset is deviated.
2. Tilt installation error is excessive.
Carry out repair according to the instructions
in the right page.
6-5
V ANGLE
ERROR
H ANGLE
ERROR
VH ANGLE
ERROR
When the angular measurement
system is abnormal
This error is displayed when the instrument or
telescope rotates too fast but it is not trouble.
If this error is constantly displayed, check the
details of error code with the factory mode
and take the repair method of the error code.
6-6
E35 When REM (remote elevation
measurement) is done within
6 from zenith or nadir
Check without 6 from zenith or nadir and, if
the error message is not displayed, there is no
problem.
6-7
E61 EDM EEPROM error has
occurred. When EEPROM on D-
OSC is abnormal, this error is dis-
played.
Replace D-OSC. 6-8
E66 Instrument constant L1/L2/L3
setting error has occurred. When
an abnormal value is input for the
instrument constant in factory
mode (P. 8-16), this error is dis-
played.
Perform measurement (input the instrument
constant) again. If the problem is not solved
yet, replace D-OSC.
6-8
E68 Chopper operation error has
occurred. When chopper does not
operate, this error is displayed.
Connect the tool and check the chopper opera-
tion. Then, replace EDM Base or D-OSC
unit.
6-9
E69 When a command is sent and
EDM does not respond within 1
second, this error is displayed.
Probable causes are as follows: Cable is
faulty, cable is not arranged correctly, connec-
tor is faulty, slip ring is faulty, slip ring brush
is in contact, or there is a problem around the
EDM power supply or CPU unit. Locate the
trouble place and replace the unit.
6-10
E71 When the vertical angle zero
point is adjusted in a wrong pro-
cedure, this error is displayed.
Check the procedure and readjust. 6-11
E72 When the vertical angle zero
point is sharply deviated in its
adjustment, this error is dis-
played.
Start the adjustment from the first again.
If the error message is still displayed, the scale
installation position may be 5 or more.
Carry out repair according to the instructions
in the right page.
6-11
E73 During the vertical angle zero
point adjustment, when the instru-
ment is not leveled or when the
vertical/horizontal angle correc-
tion device malfunctions, this
error is displayed.
Level the instrument again and readjust. In
vertical angle zero point adjustment, level the
instrument within 2'. If the error message is
still displayed, check the tilt offset/tilt installa-
tion adjustment.
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Display Description Countermeasure
Ref.
Page
E81 When the angle unit of the instru-
ment (DEG, GON, MIL) is differ-
ent from the angle unit set in
communication, this error is dis-
played.
Fit the units each other. 6-12
E82 While the ACK mode is set at
"standard", the instrument outputs
data but the external devices such
as FC, PC, etc. do not send ACK
within the regular time. Under
this condition, when data is sent
ten times but ACK is not received,
this error is displayed.
Check the following points: Parameter setting,
software at PC side, cable, wiring/contact
around 6PIN connector and wiring/contact
around slip ring. Carry out repair according to
the instructions in the right page.
6-13
E92 When tilt offset is not set within
2' in factory mode, this error is
displayed.
Install tilt to set the tilt offset within 2'. 6-14
E99 Non-volatile memory error Perform initialization. If this error is still dis-
played, replace the CPU unit.
6-14
E600 Gate array error has occurred.
Gate array on the CPU unit mal-
functions.
Replace the angular CPU unit (PCB31). 6-6
E621~E624 CCD integral time "Low" error
has occurred. When light is accu-
mulated into CCD in a too short
time, this error message is dis-
played.
Probable causes are as follows:
1. CCD unit
2. LED unit (only for V)
3. CPU unit
Replace the unit.
6-6
E631~E634 CCD integral time "High" error
has occurred. When light is accu-
mulated into CCD in a too long
time, this error message is dis-
played.
Probable causes are as follows:
1. CCD unit
2. LED unit (only for V)
3. CPU unit
Replace the unit.
6-6
E641~E644 Pattern pitch error has occurred.
When the pattern pitch accumu-
lated in CCD is out of standard,
this error message is displayed.
Probable causes are as follows:
1. Set values for CPU unit are abnormal.
2. CCD unit
3. Scale (soil and damage)
Adjust the factory mode or replace the unit.
6-6
E681~E684 LED_PWM_High error has
occurred. When light intensity
accumulated in CCD is excessive,
this error message is displayed.
Probable causes are as follows:
1. LED unit (only for V)
2. CCD unit
3. CPU unit
Replace the unit.
6-6
E691~E694 LED_PWM_Low error has
occurred. When light intensity
accumulated in CCD is insuffi-
cient, this error message is dis-
played.
Probable causes are as follows:
1. LED unit (only for V)
2. CCD unit
3. CPU unit
Replace the unit.
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E731~E734 CCD pattern contrast error has
occurred. When trouble has
occurred frequently in the CCD
waveform (RABC pattern), this
error is displayed.
Probable causes are as follows:
1. Scale (soil and damage)
2. CCD unit
3. CPU unit
Replace the unit.
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Display Description Countermeasure
Ref.
Page
E741~E744 A_Phase error has occurred.
When the A pattern phase is
abnormal, this error is displayed.
Probable causes are as follows:
1. Scale (soil and damage)
2. CCD unit
3. CPU unit
Replace the unit.
6-6
E751~E754 B_Phase error has occurred.
When the B pattern phase is
abnormal, this error is displayed.
Probable causes are as follows:
1. Scale (soil and damage)
2. CCD unit
3. CPU unit
Replace the unit.
6-6
E761~E764 C_Phase error has occurred.
When the C pattern phase is
abnormal, this error is displayed.
Probable causes are as follows:
1. Scale (soil and damage)
2. CCD unit
3. CPU unit
Replace the unit.
6-6
E771~E774 Angle calculation error has
occurred. When data of the angu-
lar measurement CCD unit is
abnormal, this error is displayed.
Probable causes are as follows:
1. CCD unit is faulty. (Installed position)
2. CPU unit
3. Scale (soil and damage)
Replace the unit.
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FILE
EXISTS
The file with the same name
exists.
Check the file name and input it again. -----
FULL FILES Files have already been made up
to maximum quantity (30) and
more files cannot be made.
Reduce the file quantity by deleting the
unnecessary file, etc.
-----
FILE NOT
SELECTED
When file data is necessary, a file
to be used is not selected.
Select a file and execute the procedure again. -----
PT# DOES
NOT EXIST
The input point name does not
exist in the internal coordinate
data.
Check the point name and input it again. -----
CALC
ERROR
When setting a direction angle,
the input rear view point coordi-
nate is the same as the instru-
ment constant coordinate
When the layout mode is exe-
cuted, the input layout coordi-
nate is the same as the
instrument constant coordinate
When setting a new point, its
coordinate cannot be calculated
because of wrong measurement,
etc.
Check the point name and input it again.
When setting a new point, perform measure-
ment again.
-----
PT# EXIST When setting a new point name,
the same point name already
exists in the internal coordinate
data.
Select another point name and store it. -----
LIMIT
OVER
A numerical value out of the
range has been input.
When setting a new point, its
coordinate cannot be calculated
because of wrong measurement,
etc.
Check the value and input it again.
Perform measurement again.
-----
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Display Description Countermeasure
Ref.
Page
NO FILE In data search, when the first or
last data is displayed, you tried
to search data by pressing the
[ ] or [ ] key.
When data search is done for
the specified point name, the
name does not exist in the inter-
nal coordinate data.
The specified file name does
not exist in the internal memory.
When the first data is displayed and the [ ]
key is pressed, the next data is displayed.
When the last data is displayed and the [ ]
key is pressed, the preceding data is dis-
played.
Check the specified point name and search
data again.
Check the specified file name and input it
again.
-----
MEMORY
ERROR
Trouble has occurred in the
instrument internal memory.
Initialize the internal memory and then use it. -----
MEMORY
POOR
When trying to input the coordi-
nate data manually or when trying
to store a newly-set point coordi-
nate data, the stored coordinate
data exceeds the memory capac-
ity.
Check the memory capacity and then use it. -----
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5. DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE
5-1 Instrument Disassembly Procedure
: Indicates the direction of moving or removing.
: Indicates a part that should be removed for disassembly.
Procedure Illustration
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Loosen the handle screw and then remove the
handle unit.
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As pushing down the battery locking lever,
remove the internal battery.
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Remove the 5 screws.
Notes:
The waterproof Teflon washer is attached
to all the screws.
When assembling, tighten the screws with
torque of 20Ncm (2kgfcm).
Note
Torque is shown by SI unit (Ncm).
When using a torque screwdriver,
be careful about the unit.
1
2
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Procedure Illustration
Use tweezers to disconnect the 9 connectors.
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Remove the 4 screws.
Use tweezers to disconnect the connector from
the rear of the CPU unit.
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Procedure Illustration
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Remove the 8 screws.
Notes:
The waterproof Teflon washer is attached
to all the screws.
When assembling, tighten all the screws
with torque of 20Ncm (2kgfcm).
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Remove the 4 screws.
Note: When assembling, tighten the screws
with torque of 15Ncm (1.5kgfcm).
(Tighten them with the same torque for
the reverse display unit.)
Remove the clamp of the connector on the rear of
the display unit and then remove the flexible
cable.
(Take the same procedure for the reverse display
unit.)
1
2
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Procedure Illustration
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Remove the 4 screws.
Note: When assembling, tighten the screws
with torque of 15Ncm (1.5kgfcm).
(Tighten them with the same torque for
the reverse display unit.)
Pull out the flexible cable from the base and fer-
rite core.
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Remove the 2 screws and then pull out the opti-
cal plummet telescope.
Note: When assembling, be careful about the
places where the V screw and U screw
should be used.
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Procedure Illustration
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Remove the 2 screws with a hexagonal wrench
(M2.5).
Notes:
Washers are set at the end faces of the tilt
unit and standard.
When installing the tilt unit, tighten the
screws with torque of 90Ncm (9kgfcm).
Tool to be used: ST-BA-06
V

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Remove the 2 screws.
Note: When removing, be careful not to bend
the brush.
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1
2
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Procedure Illustration
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Use a hexagonal wrench (M1.5) to remove the
screw.
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Use a flexible wrench (ST-TK-17) to remove the
metal fastener.
Remove the vertical clamp unit.
Note: When removing, be careful about the
middle, right and left pads.
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Procedure Illustration
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Use tweezers to disconnect the cables from the
5-pin connector.
Remove the 3 screws and then pull out the V slip
ring unit.
Orange
Black
White
Blue
Red
5-pin cable arrangement
Float this part lightly and then disconnect the cables.
If the cables are removed forcedly, the connector
and cables are damaged.
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Procedure Illustration
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Use tweezers to remove the spacer.
Note: When you try to remove the spacer, it is
difficult because the screw lock is
applied. Dissolve the screw lock with a
solvent.
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Remove the 3 screws.
Note: When assembling, tighten the screws
with torque of 70Ncm (7kgfcm).
Loosen the 3 left metal mounting screws through
the hole of the left horizontal axis.
Note: When assembling, tighten the screws
with torque of 90Ncm (9kgfcm).
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Procedure Illustration
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Remove the left horizontal axis.
Notes:
When installing, the triangular mark of
scale must be at the lower side with the
telescope objective lens at the left.
When installing, the position mark (2)
(following illustration) of the left metal
must be at the lower side.
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Remove the 3 screws.
Notes:
The installation mark is put on the right
horizontal axis. When installing, this
mark must be at the objective lens side.
When installing, torque is 90Ncm
(9kgfcm).
R
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Remove the 4 screws.
Note: When installing, torque is 90Ncm
(9kgfcm).
1
2
Left metal
Position mark (2)
Triangular mark
Position mark (2)
1
Object lens side
Installation mark
Right horizontal axis
2
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Procedure Illustration
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Lift up the telescope (EDM) unit to remove it.
H
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Loosen the tangent cylinder and remove the piston.
Note: Using a wide screwdriver, remove the
piston not to damage the slotted groove.
Use a hexagonal wrench (M1.5) to loosen the 2
screws.
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Procedure Illustration
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Remove the 2 screws and then remove the center
cover.
Note: When assembling, apply grease (SH-
33M) evenly to the whole rear of center
cover.
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Use a hexagonal wrench (M4) to remove the 3
screws.
Note: When assembling, tighten the screws
with torque of 400Ncm (40kgfcm).
Lift up the standard to remove it.
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Procedure Illustration
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Remove the 2 screws.
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Remove the 2 screws.
Note: When removing the H1 angular mea-
surement unit, be careful not to contact
it with the scale.
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Remove the 2 screws.
Note: When removing the H2 angular mea-
surement unit, be careful not to contact
it with the scale.
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Procedure Illustration
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Remove the 3 screws.
Note: The waterproof Teflon washer is attached
to all the screws.
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Use a hexagonal wrench (M2.5) to remove the 4
screws.
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Procedure Illustration
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How to install the vertical axis unit
Against the housing mark ( mark) of upper
panel, the triangular mark ( ) of scale must
be at the illustrated position.
The tightening torque of the vertical axis unit
mounting screws is 120Ncm (12kgfcm).
Tool to be used: ST-DA-45
Lift up the vertical axis Ass'y and remove it from
the upper panel.
Upper panel housing mark Trianglar mark
( mark)
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5-2 Telescope (EDM) Disassembly Procedure
Procedure Illustration
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Remove the 4 screws and then remove the lens
barrel upper cover.
Notes:
The waterproof Teflon washer is attached
to all the screws. Be careful.
When assembling, the tightening torque is
20Ncm (2kgfcm).
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Remove the 4 screws and then remove the lens
barrel lower cover.
Notes:
The waterproof Teflon washer is attached
to all the screws. Be careful.
When assembling, the tightening torque is
20Ncm (2kgfcm).
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Use tweezers to unlock the connector and then
disconnect the flexible cable.
1
2
1
2
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Procedure Illustration
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Use the fiber wrench (ST-TF-02) to remove the
optical emitting fiber.
Remove the 3 screws.
Use tweezers to disconnect the cables from the
rear connector of the D-OSC unit.
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Procedure Illustration
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Remove the 4 screws.
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Use a hexagonal wrench (M0.89) to loosen the 1
screw.
Use tweezers to remove the optical receiving
fiber.
Note: When removing the optical receiving
fiber, be careful not to crush the root of
fiber.
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Procedure Illustration
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Remove the 3 screws.
Use tweezers to disconnect the 2 cables from the
rear connector of the EDM AMP unit.
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Remove the 4 screws.
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Procedure Illustration
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Use the decoration ring turner (ST-DA-12) to
remove the decoration ring.
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Procedure Illustration
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Remove the objective cap.
Loosen the 2 screws.
Make sure the alignment marks of the lens barrel
Assy and objective unit are aligned.
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Procedure Illustration
Use the objective plate wrench (ST-DA-13) to
loosen the objective unit.
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Turn the objective removal tool (ST-DA-14)
clockwise to raise the objective unit.
Remove the objective unit.
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Procedure Illustration
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Remove the 2 screws.
Remove the stopper plate.
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Remove the eyepiece lens cover.
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Procedure Illustration
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Remove the 4 screws.
Note: When assembling, tighten the screws
with torque of 20Ncm (2kgfcm).
Remove the eyepiece lens unit.
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Remove the 3 screws.
Note: When assembling, tighten the screws
with torque of 30Ncm (3kgfcm).
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Procedure Illustration
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Remove the eyepiece lens base unit.
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Remove the 3 screws.
Remove the focus ring holder.
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Procedure Illustration
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Turn the focus ring clockwise to remove it.
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Use a rod pin to loosen the lead pin.
Remove the lead pin.
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Procedure Illustration
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Remove the internal Assy.
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Remove the 3 screws.
The screws are secured with screw lock. Use
alcohol to dissolve the screw lock before remov-
ing the screws. After completing the adjustment,
reapply the screw lock on the screws.
Remove the EDM base unit.
When removing the EDM base unit, the dichroic
prism is blocked and cannot be lifted straight up,
so move it slightly toward to the objective lens
side, then remove it. Be especially careful when
handling the fiber.
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Procedure Illustration
Remove the 2 screws.
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Remove the dichroic prism Ass'y.
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6. TROUBLE SHOOTING
6-1 Trouble Shooting Flow Chart
This chapter will explain the replacement of units against symptoms by using flow charts to locate the
problem unit.
(Example)
* Before replacing the PCB unit, obtain the user data and user set values.
NO
YES
Symptom
* Reference item
Diagnosis
Find and replace the problem unit.
NO
YES
NO
YES
Diagnosis
Diagnosis
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(1) The power is not turned on.
Refer to the following table for other probable problem units.
If any connector is disconnected (including the improper contact) on the PCB or if the software is not installed
properly, the power may not be turned on, either. (Check the contact or install again and then check the
operation.)
Unit How to check
Display unit
Display unit cable
Check the operation of the power switch on the normal and reverse sides. If only
the reverse (or normal) side operates normally, the normal (or reverse) display
unit may malfunction. Replace the unit (display unit, display unit cable, etc.) and
check the operation.
Right cover unit Use the external power supply (tool power supply), etc. and supply the power
from the bottom of the instrument. If normal operation is done, the instrument's
right cover unit may malfunction. Replace the unit and check the operation.
NO
YES
The above symptom has occurred.
Connect it properly.
Is the terminal
voltage of the internal
power supply 7.2V?
Replace the CPU unit.
Recharge.
NO
YES
Is the terminal voltage 7.2V?
NO
YES
Is it connected
to the instrument's
terminal?
Repair the internal power supply.
Refer to P. 7-2.
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(2) [Battery empty]
If using the external power supply of about 7.2V, the battery level display may blink. But it does not show a
trouble. If you check the battery level with the external power supply, use 2~3 batteries of about 8.4V as
standard. (The reference value of input voltage is different between the internal and external power supplies.)
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
OK
NO
YES
Is the error displayed?
The above symptom has occurred.
Is the terminal
voltage of the internal
power supply 7.2V?
Recharge.
Is the terminal voltage 7.2V?
Is it connected
to the instrument's
terminal?
Connect it properly. Replace the CPU unit. Repair the internal
power supply.
Refer to P. 7-2.
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(3) Display is missing.
Keys do not work. (Keys are not switched.)
(4) Return signal level does not increase.
The "C" mark does not move.
The "C" mark stops midway.
The "C" mark does not stop moving.
The measurement value is not displayed. (Incorrect display)
NO
YES
Display is missing.
Replace the display unit cable.
One side is missing.
Replace the CPU unit.
NO
YES
Replace the display unit.
OK
Refer to P. 7-2.
NO
YES
The above symptom has occurred.
Replace the AMP unit.
After replacing the
D-OSC unit, is it OK?
Replace the EDM base unit.
NO
YES
Do the chopper
and circular wedge
operate normally?
OK
Refer to P. 7-3.
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(5) [TILT OVER]
When the inclination is 3' or more against the horizontal position including the offset value of tilt sensor, this
error is displayed. The tilt unit or angular measurement PCB unit may malfunction. But this error is
sometimes canceled by adjusting the tilt offset or its installation position. Before replacing the unit, check if
adjustment is correct.
NO
YES
The above symptom has occurred.
Adjust the installation
posture.
Is the instrument leveled?
Replace the tilt unit.
Level the instrument and check it.
NO
YES
Is the error displayed?
NO
YES
Is the tilt
unit installed and adjusted
correctly?
OK
In the factory mode, input the
tilt offset again.
NO
YES
NO
YES
Replace the CPU unit.
In the parameter setting mode1,
set tilt correction to "OFF".
Is the error displayed?
Is the error displayed?
Refer to P. 8-32.
Refer to P. 8-10.
Refer to P. 7-2. Refer to P. 7-2.
Refer to P. 9-19.
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(6) [V ANGLE ERROR]
[H ANGLE ERROR] [E600/E700 range]
[VH ANGLE ERROR]
Check the displays of [ANGLE ERROR] in the factory mode. They are errors of the E600 and E700 range
and, in the range, you can check the details. (*E600 shows that the gate array on the CPU unit is faulty.
Replace the CPU unit.)
In an error code of 3 digits (in the E600/E700 range), the right-end digit shows a trouble place. (Refer to the
following example.)
Example)
E621: CCD integral time_Low error . . . . . . . .The trouble CCD is "1". H1
E622: CCD integral time_Low error . . . . . . . .The trouble CCD is "2". H2
E623: CCD integral time_Low error . . . . . . . .The trouble CCD is "3". V1
After checking the 3-digit error display, carry out the following procedure. (For example, E622 is explained.)
Example)
1. In the factory mode, obtain and check the CCD set values. (If an abnormal value is input, input a normal
value and make sure that the error is canceled.)
2. Remove the cover and connect the tool to the CPU unit. Check the waveform of the CCD which is proba-
bly a problem unit.
3. By observing the waveform, judge that the problem unit is CCD unit, LED unit, Scale (soil or
damage) or CPU unit. Replace (or clean) the unit.
4. In the factory mode, input the set values again and check the operation.
5. Perform inspection.
The above symptom has occurred.
In the factory mode, check the detailed
error code (3 digits).
Check the set values and waveform of
CCD. Then locate the problem unit.
Replace the problem unit as referring to
the replacement procedure.
Replace the CPU unit.
E600 has occurred. *
Refer to P. 8-13.
([F3] : CCD angle
Refer to P. 6-15.
Refer to P. 7-1.
measurement mode)
Refer to P. 7-2.
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(7) [E35] is displayed.
When the MEAS key is pressed in the REM mode while the lens barrel is within 6 from zenith or nadir, this
error is displayed. When this error is displayed under this condition, it does not show a trouble. Be careful.
NO
YES
The above symptom has occurred.
Make measurement out of the range
of 6 from zenith or nadir.
Are you
making measurement
(horizontal distance or relative
height) at the REM mode with V
angle in the range of 6
from zenith or
nadir?
Replace the CPU unit.
NO
YES
Is adjustment ended
normally?
OK
Adjust the vertical angle zero point.
NO
YES
Is the error (E35) displayed?
Go ahead to each
flow chart.
(Another error is displayed.)
Refer to P. 13-1.
Refer to P. 7-2.
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(8) [E61] is displayed.
When any part on the D-OSC unit malfunctions, this error is displayed.
(9) [E66] is displayed.
When an abnormal value is input as the instrument constant (L1/L2/L3) in the factory mode, this error is
displayed. Set the instrument constant again and check if the error disappears.
The above symptom has occurred.
Replace the D-OSC unit.
Refer to P. 7-3.
The above symptom has occurred.
Replace the D-OSC unit. OK
NO
YES
Is the error (E66) displayed?
Set the instrument constants
(L1/L2/L3) again.
Refer to P. 7-3.
Refer to P. 8-16.
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(10) [E68] id displayed.
When the chopper does not operate normally, this error is displayed.
If the tool is connected and the chopper IN/OUT operation is normal, the signal sent from the D-OSC unit
may be faulty. Replace the D-OSC unit.
If the chopper does not operate normally, there is a problem around the chopper of the EDM base unit. If dust
is accumulated and so the chopper is caught, remove dust and check the operation again. If the error is not
canceled yet (that is, the chopper does not operate), the chopper malfunctions. Replace the EDM base unit.
The above symptom has occurred.
Replace the D-OSC unit. Replace EDM Base.
NO
YES
Does the chopper motor
operate normally?
Connect the tool and check the
operation of the chopper motor.
Refer to P. 11-8.
Refer to P. 7-3. Refer to P. 7-3.
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(11) [E69] is displayed.
This is a communication error between the EDM D-OSC unit and the standard CPU unit.
The problem can occur in the PCBs and the signal route between the PCBs.
As referring to the connection diagrams (P. 10-1 and P. 11-2), check contact or disconnection in the route,
namely, cables, connectors, slip ring, brush, etc. If there is no problem, replace each PCB unit. (On the route,
there is also EDM AMP unit. The problem can also be solved by replacing the AMP unit.)
The above symptom has occurred.
Repair the improper contact
place. (Replace.)
OK
NO
YES
Check the contact on the communication
route visually and with a tester.
Replace the CPU unit.
NO
YES
Is the error display
canceled?
Replace the AMP unit.
NO
YES
Replace the D-OSC unit.
Is there an improper
contact place?
Is the error display
canceled?
Refer to P. 7-2.
Refer to P. 7-3.
Refer to P. 7-3.
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(12) [E71], [E72] or [E73] is displayed.
When the vertical angle zero point is adjusted in the adjustment mode (refer to the instruction manual) and the
following troubles have occurred, the errors in the E70 range are displayed.
E71 : Displayed when adjustment is done in a wrong procedure.
E72 : Displayed when the vertical angle zero point is excessively deviated or when the vertical scale is
installed with an error of 5 or more.
E73 : Displayed when the instrument is not correctly leveled or when there is an error in the tilt offset or
tilt installation position adjustment.
If these errors are displayed frequently in the normal mode, the CPU unit may malfunction.
The above symptom is displayed.
OK
NO
YES
Is adjustment
ended normally?
Check the procedure and readjust
the vertical angle zero point.
Adjust the tilt offset/tilt
installation position.
Refer to P. 13-1.
Refer to P. 8-10 and P. 9-19.
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(13) [E81] is displayed.
When you try to change the angle unit set in the instrument through the external device, this error occurs.
Normally it does not occur but, because of the specification (software) of the external device, it can occur.
Check the set unit in the instrument and the specification of the external device.
Refer to the interface manual (option) for the communication between the external device and instrument.
The above symptom has occurred.
Replace the CPU unit.
OK
NO
YES
Is the error displayed?
Fit the angle unit set in the instrument
to the unit on the external device.
NO
YES
Perform
communication between
the external device and instrument
again. Is the error
displayed?
Check if there is a problem in the external
communication device (especially, software).
Refer to P. 7-2.
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(14) [E82] is displayed.
This is a communication error between the external communication device (PC, FC, etc.) and the instrument
(excluding the file transmission). When repair is done for this error, also check the external communication
device being used by the customer.
Refer to the interface manual (option) for the communication between the external device and instrument.
The above symptom has occurred.
Replace the problem unit.
NO
YES
Is there improper contact or
disconnection?
Connect an external communication device made by
TOPCON (FC, etc.) and check the communication
(sending and receiving) toward the instrument. Select
"ACK MODE: STANDARD" in the parameters of the
instrument.
NO
YES
Is the error displayed?
Check if there is improper contact or disconnection
in the signal route from the CPU unit to the external
communication device (communication cable/com-
munication connector in the instrument/slip ring/
brush, etc.).
Replace the CPU unit.
Repair the external communication
device (hardware or software).
Refer to P. 8-34~36.
Refer to P. 7-2.
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(15) [E92] is displayed.
When you try to input offset of 2' or more in tilt offset adjustment of factory mode, this error is displayed.
Check the offset. If it is beyond 2', the tilt installation position is not correct. Adjust the tilt installation
posture.
(16) [E99] is displayed.
When there is a trouble in the non-volatile memory on the CPU unit, this error is displayed. Execute ALL
CLR in EEPROM INIT. of factory mode. If the error is not canceled yet, replace the CPU unit.
* When ALL CLR is executed, the set values of the factory mode, parameter setting, normal mode and
adjustment mode are lost.
The above symptom has occurred.
Press [F4] or [ENT] key to
decide the tilt offset.
NO
YES
Is the offset within 2' ?
Level the instrument and check the
tilt offset in the factory mode.
Adjust the tilt installation posture.
Refer to P. 8-10.
Refer to P. 8-10.
Refer to P. 9-19.
The above symptom has occurred.
Replace the CPU unit. OK
NO
YES
Is the error displayed?
Execute "ALL CLR" in "EEPROM
INIT." of factory mode.
Refer to P. 8-28.
Refer to P. 7-2.
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6-2 Trouble Shooting of Angular Measurement Problem Unit
If the error code (Angle error) is displayed in the assembled product, there is a problem in the CCD unit, LED
unit or scale.
Each of angular measurement system units will be diagnosed as follows.
Preparation
In the factory mode, check if the PWM value and PAT value are within standard. If they are not so, it is
necessary to diagnose the unit. (Refer to P. 9-4 for checking PWM/PAT in the factory mode.)
Remove the left cover.
Check the CCD signal waveforms on the angular measurement PCB. (Refer to P. 10-2 of 10-2 Angular
Measurement Digital System Repairs.)
When the PWM value is beyond standard
The scale or CCD is soiled. Clean it.
LED light intensity is faulty. The LED unit (in the horizontal side, angular measurement unit) may be
faulty. Replace it.
When the PAT value is beyond standard
The clearance may be faulty between the scale and CCD. Replace the CCD unit (for the horizontal
side, angular measurement unit).
When waveform is not proper
1) When the waveform is as Fig. 1
If part of the signal pattern is missing, there may be dust on the CCD surface or scale surface. Blow
dust with air or clean the surface.
* If the problem is not solved, there may be damage on the CCD surface or scale surface. Replace the
unit.
1
2
3
4
The signal is missing because of dust.
Fig. 1
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2) When the waveform is as Fig. 2
The LED unit may be faulty (unevenness of LED). Replace the LED unit on the V side and the angular
measurement unit on the H side.
3) When the waveform is as Fig. 3
The LED unit may not be positioned correctly. Position the unit again.
The following table shows the positions of Cursor 1 and Cursor 2.
After diagnosing the units with the symptoms, replace the unit according to the replacement procedure of the
problem unit (P. 9-7).
Center value Cursor 1 Cursor 2
V angular measurement 1056 615 s 1104 s
H angular measurement
976 550 1038
1016 583 1071
1056 615 1104
1096 648 1136
1136 680 1169
B
A
GND
Fig. 2
It is NG when the difference is 0.6V or
more between the signal high point
and low point .
A
B
B A
Fig. 3
Cursor 1 Cursor 2
Incorrect position
and are not uniform. A B
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7. EACH UNIT REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE
7-1 Angular Measurement System Unit Replacement Procedure
After one unit is diagnosed with symptoms to have a problem, the unit will be replaced as follows.
After assembly is completed, inspect the instrument.
Replacement of (V) CCD unit and (V) angular measurement holder unit
1) Preparation
Perform disassembly as referring to "DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE" (P. 5-15-2, 5-5).
2) Replacement of unit
Install the (V) CCD unit and (V) angular measurement holder unit as referring to "(V) angular mea-
surement system unit installation and adjustment" (P. 9-14).
3) How to adjust
Carry out the positioning adjustment as referring to "(V) angular measurement system unit installa-
tion and adjustment" (P. 9-14 9-18).
After the positioning adjustment, record the center value.
4) Assembly
Perform assembly in the reversed procedure of "DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE" (P. 5-5, 5-25-1).
Replacement of (H) angular measurement unit
1) Preparation
Perform disassembly as referring to "DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE" (P. 5-15-12).
Before removing the tilt unit, record the tilt coefficients (K, A).
2) Replacement of unit
Replace the angular measurement unit as referring to "(H) angular measurement system unit installa-
tion and adjustment" (P. 9-7).
3) How to adjust
Carry out the positioning adjustment as referring to "(H) angular measurement system unit installa-
tion and adjustment" (P. 9-79-18).
After the positioning adjustment, record the center value.
4) Assembly
Perform assembly in the reversed procedure of "DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE" (P. 5-125-1).
Replacement of vertical scale Ass'y
1) Preparation
Perform disassembly as referring to "DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE" (P. 5-15-2, 5-5, 5-75-9).
2) Replacement of part
Install the vertical scale Ass'y as referring to "DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE" (P. 5-95-7).
* When installing, be careful about its direction. (Refer to P. 5-9.)
* Clean the scale surface carefully before installing.
3) How to adjust
After installing the vertical scale Ass'y, carry out the CCD positioning adjustment as referring to "(V)
angular measurement system unit installation and adjustment" (P. 9-149-18).
After the positioning adjustment, record the center value.
4) Assembly
Perform assembly in the reversed procedure of "DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE" (P. 5-5, 5-25-1).
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Replacement of vertical axis Ass'y
1) Preparation
Perform disassembly as referring to "DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE" (P. 5-15-14).
Before removing the tilt unit, record the tilt coefficients (K, A).
2) Replacement of unit
Replace the vertical axis Ass'y as referring to DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE (P. 5-145-13).
* When installing, be careful about its direction.
* Clean the scale surface carefully before installing.
3) How to adjust
After replacing the vertical axis Ass'y, carry out the angular measurement unit positioning adjust-
ment as referring to "(H) angular measurement system unit installation and adjustment" (P. 9-79-
18).
After the positioning adjustment, record the center value.
4) Assembly
Perform assembly in the reversed procedure of "DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE" (P. 5-145-1).
Replacement of CPU unit
1) Preparation
Perform disassembly as referring to "DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE" (P. 5-15-2).
Before disassembly, record the following data.
Tilt coefficient........................... K, A
H1 angular measurement unit ... Center value and integral time
H2 angular measurement unit ... Center value and integral time
V CCD unit ............................... Center value and integral time
2) Replacement of unit
Replace the CPU unit and connect the cables.
3) How to adjust
Set a variety of information as referring to "10-2 Angular Measurement Digital System Repairs"
(P. 10-210-3).
4) Assembly
Perform assembly in the reversed procedure of "DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE" (P. 5-25-1).
Perform "10-3 Setting of Integral time" (P. 10-4).
Replacement of tilt unit
1) Preparation
Perform disassembly as referring to "DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE" (P. 5-15-5).
2) Replacement of unit
Replace the tilt unit.
* The washers are set at the end faces of the tilt unit and standard. Be careful.
3) How to adjust
Perform the tilt positioning adjustment, tilt coefficient input and tilt offset input as referring to "9-2-3
Tilt unit installation adjustment" (P. 9-19).
4) Assembly
Perform assembly in the reversed procedure of "DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE" (P. 5-55-1).
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7-2 EDM System Unit Replacement Procedure

Replacement of EDM base unit
1) Preparation
Perform disassembly as referring to "DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE" (P. 5-155-22, 5-26). When
the optical receiving/emitting fibers are replaced, adjust the EDM base unit optical receiving/emit-
ting focus position as referring to "11-7 Telemeter Optical Axis and EDM Optical Axis Adjustment"
(P. 11-1011-12).
2) Replacement of unit
Replace the EDM base unit and connect the cable.
3) How to adjust
Perform adjustment and input according to the flow chart (P. 11-1) of "11-1 Telescope (EDM) Sys-
tem Repairs".
4) Assembly
Perform assembly in the reversed procedure of "DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE" (P. 5-26, 5-225-
11).
Replacement of EDM D-OSC unit
1) Preparation
Perform disassembly as referring to "DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE" (P. 5-155-16).
2) Replacement of unit
Replace the D-OSC unit and connect the cable.
3) How to adjust
Perform adjustment and input according to the flow chart (P. 11-1) of "11-1 Telescope (EDM) Sys-
tem Repairs".
4) Assembly
Perform assembly in the reversed procedure of "DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE" (P. 5-165-15).
Replacement of EDM AMP unit
1) Preparation
Perform disassembly as referring to "DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE" (P. 5-155-18).
2) Replacement of unit
Replace the AMP unit and connect the cable.
3) How to adjust
Perform adjustment and input according to the flow chart (P. 11-1) of "11-1 Telescope (EDM) Sys-
tem Repairs".
4) Assembly
Perform assembly in the reversed procedure of "DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE" (P. 5-185-15).
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7-3 Other Units Replacement Procedure
Replacement of optical plummet telescope
1) Preparation
Perform disassembly as referring to "DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE" (P. 5-3, 5-4).
2) Replacement of unit
Replace the optical plummet telescope. When installing, be careful about the places where the V
screw and U screw should be used.
3) How to adjust
Align the vertical axis with the line of sight of the optical plummet telescope as referring to
"APPENDIX 1-1 Theodolite System Accuracy Inspection " (P. APPENDIX-2).
4) Assembly
Perform assembly in the reversed procedure of "DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE" (P. 5-4, 5-3).
Replacement of V tangent unit
1) Preparation
Perform disassembly as referring to "DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE" (P. 5-35-6).
2) Replacement of unit
Replace the tangent unit. When installing, make sure that the tangent unit is fit to the clamp securely.
3) How to adjust
As tightening the tangent unit clamp fully, fix the tangent unit with a set screw.
4) Assembly
Perform assembly in the reversed procedure of "DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE" (P. 5-6, 5-3).
Replacement of H tangent unit
1) Preparation
Perform disassembly as referring to "DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE" (P. 5-3, 5-4, 5-10).
2) Replacement of unit
Replace the tangent unit. When installing, make sure that the tangent unit is fit to the clamp securely.
3) How to adjust
As tightening the tangent unit clamp fully, fix the tangent unit with two set screws.
4) Assembly
Perform assembly in the reversed procedure of "DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE" (P. 5-10, 5-4, 5-3).
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8. REPAIR OUTLINE
8-1 Repair Outline
Repair the GTS-100N series by replacing the faulty unit. Check the symptom by the trouble shooting, error
codes and operation/function inspection and then replace the faulty unit according to the flow chart. After
replacing, make sure that the trouble has been solved. In addition, perform the operation inspection and the
theodolite system/EDM system accuracy inspection to make sure that the product function of the GTS-100N
series is satisfactory.
Flow of repair
* This procedure cannot be performed depending on the details of the trouble.
Important:
For the CPU unit which is a service part, the factory mode and parameters are not set. After
replacing the CPU unit, set the factory mode and parameters.
Replace the unit according to the flow chart.
Make sure that the trouble has been solved.
Upload of the softwares
Setting of factory mode
Setting of parameters
Operation and function inspection
Theodolite system/EDM system accuracy inspection
Check the details of trouble.
End
P. 6-1 ~ P. 6-14
P. 12-1 ~ P. 12-21
P. 8-3 ~ P. 8-29
P. 8-30 ~ P. 8-37
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8-2 Factory Mode
8-2-1 Factory mode
In the factory mode, set the functions required for a surveying instrument (distance/angular measurement).
After one PCB unit is replaced and after any unit regarding distance/angular measurement accuracy is
repaired (adjusted/replaced), set data and check the data.
A: Perform this setting after repairing the angular measurement system.
E: Perform this setting after repairing the distance measurement system.
V ANGLE 0 OFFSET Setting of vertical angle offset A
TILT K, A K: Setting of tilt sensor inclination coefficients
A
A: Setting of tilt sensor temperature coefficients.
TILT OFFSET Setting of tilt sensor offset A
CCD CENTER/PWM Setting of the center value (CENTER)of the angular mea-
surement CCD/tilt sensor CCD, the integral time
(CHARGE), the pattern pitch (PAT) and the LED light
intensity (PWM)
A
CCD REPEAT CCD signal output mode (used for positioning the angular
measurement unit and for checking the CCD signal wave-
form)
A
CCD PHASE CCD angle measurement
A
EDM VERSION Display of EDM unit microcomputer software version
EDM OFFSET L1/L2/L3 OFFSET Setting of the EDM instrument constants L1/L2/L3 E
EDM OFFSET Setting of the EDM instrument constant S
E
EDM COUNT
DATA
EDM COUNT Count data of the EDM distance measurement values
EDM DATA CHECK Checking of the EDM operating condition
EDM SA CHECK Count display of the EDM reflection light intensity
APD ADJUST Setting and display of the APD bias E
NOISE CHECK Not used.
LOCKS ANGLE LOCK Setting of the fixed angle unit
A
DISTANCE LOCK Setting of the fixed distance unit A
LANGUAGE LOCK Setting of the fixed display language A
LANGUAGE SELECT Selection of the display language except the factory mode
A
LANGUAGE LOAD Not used. (Loader mode is used.)
EDM PROG. LOAD Not used.
EDM THROUGH Not used.
EEPROM
INIT.
ALL CLR Initialization of the set values
DATA CLR Not used.
A/D CVT DATA Continuous display of the AD conversion values
SPECIAL
SELECT
LASER PLUMMET Setting of the laser plummet function
A
ANGLE CHECK MODE Not used.
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8-2-2 Start/end of factory mode
Start of factory mode
Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
1 Set the constant-voltage power sup-
ply to 8.50.1V.
2 Connect the instrument to the con-
stant-voltage power supply (ST-PS-
01) with the power cable (ST-PK-02)
and tool power supply (ST-DA-34).
3 As pressing the [F2] and [ANG]
keys, press the [POWER] key. The
factory mode is accessed.
* On this display, you can input S/N.
4 Press the [F4] (ENTER) key. The
factory mode menu is displayed.
The pages of the factory mode menu
is changed in the normal order by the
[F4] key or the [ ] (ANG) key.
1/6 2/6 3/6 4/6 5/6 6/6
The pages are changed in the
reversed order by the [ ] (distance
measurement) key.
1/6 6/6 5/6 4/6 3/6 2/6
1
[F2] + [ANG]
+
[POWER]
<FACTORY>
LCD CONT
S.N.:123456
S.N. ENTER
[F4]
FACTORY MODE [1/6]
1:V ANGLE 0 OFFSET
2:TILT K,A
3:TILT OFFSET
FACTORY MODE [1/6]
1:V ANGLE 0 OFFSET
2:TILT K,A
3:TILT OFFSET
FACTORY MODE [2/6]
1:CCD CENTER/PWM
2:TILT K,A
3:TILT OFFSET
FACTORY MODE [3/6]
1:EDM VERSION
2:TILT K,A
3:TILT OFFSET
FACTORY MODE [4/6]
1:LOCKS
2:TILT K,A
3:TILT OFFSET
FACTORY MODE [5/6]
1:EDM PROG. LOAD
2:TILT K,A
3:TILT OFFSET
FACTORY MODE [6/6]
1:A/D CVT DATA
2:SPECIAL SELECT
3:ANG CHECK MODE
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End of factory mode
Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
1 Press the [POWER] key in the fac-
tory mode. The mode finish check
display appears.
2 Press the [F3] (YES) key. The power
of the instrument is turned off.
3 Remove the power cable from the
instrument.
2
[POWER]
FACTORY MODE [1/6]
POWER OFF?
[YES] [NO]
[F3]
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8-2-3 Factory mode
1. S/N
Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
1 As pressing the [F2] and [ANG]
keys, press the [POWER] key. The
factory mode is accessed.
2 Press the [F3] (S. N) key. The S/N
setting display appears.
3 Change the numerical value/alphabet
input with the [F1] key and input S/N
with the ten keys.
[F1] (ALP) :
Changes the ten keys to the
alphabet input.
[F1] (NUM) :
Changes the ten keys to the
numerical value input.
[F2] (SPC) :
Inputs a space.
[F3] (CRL) :
Clears all the inputted characters.
[F4] (ENT) :
Sets S/N and returns to the fac-
tory mode.
Ten keys:
In the numerical value input
mode, you can input the selected
numerical value. In the alphabet
input mode, you can display the
selected alphabet letter. By press-
ing the same key again, the next
candidate letter is displayed.
[F2] + [ANG]
+
[POWER]
<FACTORY>
LCD CONT
S.N.:123456
S.N. ENTER
[F3]
<FACTORY>
LCD CONT
S.N.=
[ALP][SPC][CLR][ENT]
[F4]
<FACTORY>
LCD CONT
S.N.=
[ALP][SPC][CLR][ENT]
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Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
4 Example: S/N GTS102
Press the [F1] (ALP) key. The alpha-
bet input mode is accessed.
5 Press the [9] (GHI) key to input "G".
6 Press the [1] (STU) key twice to input
"T".
7 Move the cursor with the [] key.
8 Press the [1] (STU) key to input "S".
9 Press the [F1] (NUM) key. The
numerical value input mode is
accessed.
[F1]
<FACTORY>
LCD CONT
S.N.=
[NUM][SPC][CLR][ENT]
[9]
<FACTORY>
LCD CONT
S.N.=G
[NUM][SPC][CLR][ENT]
[1] [1]
<FACTORY>
LCD CONT
S.N.=GT
[NUM][SPC][CLR][ENT]
[]
<FACTORY>
LCD CONT
S.N.=GT
[NUM][SPC][CLR][ENT]
[1]
<FACTORY>
LCD CONT
S.N.=GTS
[NUM][SPC][CLR][ENT]
[F1]
<FACTORY>
LCD CONT
S.N.=GTS
[ALP][SPC][CLR][ENT]
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Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
10 Press the [1], [0] and [2] keys in this
order.
11 Press the [F4] (ENT) key. S/N is set
and the factory mode display appears
again.
[1] [0] [2]
<FACTORY>
LCD CONT
S.N.=GTS102
[ALP][SPC][CLR][ENT]
[F4]
<FACTORY>
LCD CONT
S.N.:GTS102
S.N. ENTER
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2. V ANGLE 0 OFFSET
Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
1 Level the instrument and collimate
horizontality.
2 Press the [F1] (1: V ANGLE 0 OFF-
SET) key on "FACTORY MODE [1/
6]". The [V ANGLE 0 OFFSET] set-
ting display appears.
V:
The V value after
correction
V0:
The V value before
correction
OFS:
Correction value
3 Press the [F4] (ENTER) key. The V
angle zero position is set and "FAC-
TORY MODE [1/6]" appears again.
[F1]
V : 9000'05"0
V0: 9000'05"0
OFS: 000'00"0
--- --- --- ENTER
[F4]
V : 9000'05"0
V0: 9000'05"0
OFS: 000'00"0
--- --- --- ENTER
FACTORY MODE [1/6]
1:V ANGLE 0 OFFSET
2:TILT K,A
3:TILT OFFSET
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3. TILT K, A
Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
1 Press the [F2] (2: TILT K, A) key on
"FACTORY MODE [1/6]". The
[TILT K, A] (VERTICAL) setting
display appears.
2 Move the cursor with the [] or []
key and set the "K" value with the
[ ] or [ ] key.
: Moves the cursor leftward.
: Moves the cursor rightward.
: Increases the value on the cursor
by 1. (0 ~ F)
: Decreases the value on the cursor
by 1. (0 ~ F)
K:
Tilt coefficient
A:
Temperature correc-
tion value
3 Press the [F4] (ENTER) key. The
"K" value is set and the instrument
shifts to the "A" value input proce-
dure.
[F2]
TILT VERTICAL [1/2]
K = 000000
A : 000000
CLEAR --- --- ENTER

TILT VERTICAL [1/2]


K = 000000
A : 000000
CLEAR --- --- ENTER
[F4]
TILT VERTICAL [1/2]
K : 000000
A = 000000
CLEAR --- --- ENTER
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4. TILT OFFSET
Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
1 Level the instrument.
2 Press the [F3] (3: TILT OFFSET) key
on "FACTORY MODE [1/6]". The
[TILT X OFFSET] setting display
appears.
TILT:
Tilt sensor value
after correction
tilt:
Tilt sensor value
before correction
3 Press the [F4] (ENTER) key. The
offset of [TILT] is set and "FAC-
TORY MODE [1/6]" appears again.
[F3]
X(VERTICAL)
TILT: 000'00"
tilt: 000'00"
--- --- --- ENTER
[F4]
FACTORY MODE [1/6]
1:V ANGLE 0 OFFSET
2:TILT K,A
3:TILT OFFSET
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5. CCD CENTER/PWM
Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
1 Press the [F1] (1: CCD CENTER/
PWM) key on "FACTORY MODE
[2/6]". The [CCD CENTER/PWM]
(H1) setting display appears.
CENTER:
Center value of
CCD
CHARGE:
The LED light emit-
ting time against
CCD (Integral time)
2 Press the [F1] (INPUT) key. The cur-
sor is displayed. You can input a
value with keys.
3 Input the [H1 CENTER] value (writ-
ten on the CCD unit seal) with the ten
keys.
4 Press the [F4] (ENT) key. The CEN-
TER value is set and the target shifts
to "CHARGE".
5 Press the [F1] (INPUT) key. The cur-
sor is displayed. You can input a
value with keys.
[F1]
H1 CENTER->1000
CHARGE :05
INPUT --- SKIP ENTER
[F1]
H1 CENTER=
CHARGE :05
[---][---][CLR][ENT]
[Ten keys]
H1 CENTER=1016
CHARGE :05
[---][---][CLR][ENT]
[F4]
H1 CENTER:1016
CHARGE ->05
INPUT --- SKIP ENTER
[F1]
H1 CENTER:1016
CHARGE =
[---][---][CLR][ENT]
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Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
6 Input the [H1 CHARGE] value (05)
with the ten keys.
7 Press the [F4] (ENT) key. The
CHARGE value is set and the PWM
and PAT values are displayed.
PWM:
Light intensity emit-
ted toward CCD by
LED
PAT:
Total of the scale
patterns R, A, B and
C within the CCD
read width
8 Make sure that the PWM and PAT
values are within standard (refer to
the table below) and press the [F3]
(YES) key. The PWM and PAT val-
ues are set and the [CCD CENTER/
PWM] (H2) display appears.
9 For H2 and V1 input the CENTER
and CHARGE values and set the
PWM and PAT values in the same
way (Procedure 2 ~ 8).
10 Perform Procedure 1~9 again.
[Ten keys]
H1 CENTER:1016
CHARGE =05
[---][---][CLR][ENT]
[F4]
H1 CENTER:1016
CHARGE :05
PWM:035 PAT:18.4
>OK [YES][NO]
[F3]
H2 CENTER->1056
CHARGE :05
INPUT --- SKIP ENTER
CHARGE PWM PAT
H1 5 10~65 17.7~19.3
H2 5 10~65 17.7~19.3
V1 5 10~65 17.7~19.3
Standard
FACTORY MODE [2/6]
1:CCD CENTER/PWM
2:CCD REPEAT
3:CCD PHASE
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6. CCD REPEAT
Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
* This mode is used for trouble
shooting.
1 Press the [F2] (2: CCD REPEAT) key
on "FACTORY MODE [2/6]" (for
checking the CCD waveforms). The
CHARGE and PWM values of the
CCD are displayed.
2 Change the unit with the [F1] ~ [F3]
keys and check the CHARGE and
PWM values and waveforms.
[F1] key: CHARGE and PWM val-
ues of H1
[F2] key: CHARGE and PWM val-
ues of H2
[F3] key: CHARGE and PWM value
of V1
3 Press the [ESC] key. "FACTORY
MODE [2/6]" appears again.
[F2]
H1 CHARGE:00
PWM :45
H1 H2 V1 ---
H2 CHARGE:00
PWM :45
H1 H2 V1 ---
[ESC]
FACTORY MODE [2/6]
1:CCD CENTER/PWM
2:CCD REPEAT
3:CCD PHASE
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7. CCD PHASE
Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
* This mode is used for trouble
shooting.
1 Press the [F3] (3: CCD PHASE) key
on "FACTORY MODE [2/6]". The
CHARGE and PWM values of the
CCD are displayed.
2 Change the unit with the [F1] ~ [F3]
keys and check the CHARGE and
PWM values and waveforms.
[F1] key: The pattern quantity,
CHARGE value and read
angle of H1
[F2] key: The pattern quantity,
CHARGE value and read
angle of H2
[F3] key: The pattern quantity,
CHARGE value and read
angle of V1
3 Press the [ESC] key. "FACTORY
MODE [2/6]" appears again.
[F3]
H1 PHASE:
A:8 b:9 c:9 CHRG:05
15620'41"
H1 H2 V1 ---
V1 PHASE:
A:8 b:9 c:7 CHRG:05
238'17"
H1 H2 V1 ---
[ESC]
FACTORY MODE [2/6]
1:CCD CENTER/PWM
2:CCD REPEAT
3:CCD PHASE
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8. EDM VERSION
Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
* This mode is used for trouble
shooting.
1 Press the [F1] (1: EDM VERSION)
key on "FACTORY MODE [3/6]".
The EDM software version is dis-
played for a few seconds. Then,
"FACTORY MODE [3/6]" appears
again.
[F1]
<EDM>
[ Ver. 2.01 ]
FACTORY MODE [3/6]
1:EDM VERSION
2:EDM OFFSET
3:EDM COUNT DATA
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9. EDM OFFSET L1/L2/L3
Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
1 Set a prism in front of the objective
lens.
2 Press the [F2] (2: EDM OFFSET)
key on "FACTORY MODE [3/6]".
The [EDM OFFSET] menu appears.
3 Press the [F1] (1: L1/L2/L3 OFF-
SET) key. After the current [L1/L2/
L3 OFFSET] values are displayed,
measurement is performed ten times.
After measurement, the calculated
OFFSET values are set. Then, "EDM
OFFSET" appears again.
Press the [ESC] key. "FACTORY
MODE [3/6]" appears again.
[F2]
EDM OFFSET
1:L1/L2/L3 OFFSET
2:EDM OFFSET
[F1]
[ESC]
OFFSET-L1/L2/L3 [ 0]
OFS(L1): -22
OFS(L2): +00
OFS(L3): -03
OFFSET-L1/L2/L3 [ 1]
OFS(L1): 00298
OFS(L2): 0002
OFS(L3): 0003
OFFSET-L1/L2/L3 [10]
OFS(L1): -23
OFS(L2): -02
OFS(L3): -04
EDM OFFSET
1:L1/L2/L3 OFFSET
2:EDM OFFSET
FACTORY MODE [3/6]
1:EDM VERSION
2:EDM OFFSET
3:EDM COUNT DATA
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10. EDM OFFSET S
Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
1 Press the [F2] (2: EDM OFFSET)
key on "FACTORY MODE [3/6]".
The [EDM OFFSET] menu appears.
2 Press the [F2] (2: EDM OFFSET)
key. The current [EDM OFFSET (S)]
value is displayed.
3 Move the cursor with the [] or []
key and set the OFFSET value with
the [ ] or [ ] key.
: Moves the cursor leftward.
: Moves the cursor rightward.
: Changes "+" and "-" to each
other and increases the value on
the cursor by 1. (0 ~ 9)
: Changes "+" and "-" to each
other and decreases the value on
the cursor by 1. (0 ~ 9)
4 Press the [F4] (ENTER) key. The
OFFSET value is set. "FACTORY
MODE [3/6]" appears again.
Press the [ESC] key. "FACTORY
MODE [3/6]" appears again.
[F2]
EDM-OFFSET
1:L1/L2/L3 OFFSET
2:EDM OFFSET
[F2]
EDM OFFSET
+20.6mm
CLEAR --- --- ENTER

EDM OFFSET
+19.2mm
CLEAR --- --- ENTER
[F4]
[ESC]
DATA CHECKING
NOW
EDM OFFSET
1:L1/L2/L3 OFFSET
2:EDM OFFSET
FACTORY MODE [3/6]
1:EDM VERSION
2:EDM OFFSET
3:EDM COUNT DATA
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11. EDM COUNT
Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
* This mode is used for trouble
shooting.
1 Press the [F3] (3: EDM COUNT
DATA) key on "FACTORY MODE
[3/6]". The [EDM COUNT DATA]
menu appears.
2 Press the [F1] (1: EDM COUNT)
key. The EDM COUNT check dis-
play appears.
3 Set a prism in front of the objective
lens.
4 Select a measurement mode with the
[F1] ~ [F4] keys. The count value is
displayed in the selected measure-
ment mode.
5 Press the [ESC] key. The [EDM
COUNT DATA] menu appears again.
6 Press the [ESC] key. "FACTORY
MODE [3/6]" appears again.
[F3]
EDM COUNT DATA [1/2]
1:EDM COUNT
2:EDM DATA CHECK
3:EDM SA CHECK
[F1]
EDM-COUNT
L3: L2:
L1: S :
FINE CRS TRK A.H
EDM-COUNT FINE
L3:0000 L2:0001
L1:99991 S :03040
FINE CRS TRK A.H
[ESC]
EDM COUNT DATA [1/2]
1:EDM COUNT
2:EDM DATA CHECK
3:EDM SA CHECK
[ESC]
FACTORY MODE [3/6]
1:EDM VERSION
2:EDM OFFSET
3:EDM COUNT DATA
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12. EDM DATA CHECK
Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
* This mode is used for trouble
shooting.
1 Press the [F3] (3: EDM COUNT
DATA) key on "FACTORY MODE
[3/6]". The [EDM COUNT DATA]
menu appears.
2 Press the [F2] (2: EDM DATA
CHECK) key. The EDM DATA
check display appears.
KS: A digit is miss-
ing. (S)
KL: A digit is miss-
ing. (L)
RS: Spare (Unused)
RL: Spare (Unused)
SB: Deviation (S)
LB: Deviation (L)
BF: Comparison
with the last
value
3 Set a prism in front of the objective
lens.
4 Select a measurement mode with the
[F1] ~ [F4] keys. The distance mea-
surement value is displayed in the
selected measurement mode.
5 Press the [ESC] key. The [EDM
COUNT DATA] menu appears again.
6 Press the [ESC] key. "FACTORY
MODE [3/6]" appears again.
[F3]
EDM COUNT DATA [1/2]
1:EDM COUNT
2:EDM DATA CHECK
3:EDM SA CHECK
[F2]
KS KL RS RL SB LB BF

m
FINE CRS TRK A.H
KS KL RS RL SB LB BF
0.152 m
FINE CRS TRK A.H
[ESC]
EDM COUNT DATA [1/2]
1:EDM COUNT
2:EDM DATA CHECK
3:EDM SA CHECK
[ESC]
FACTORY MODE [3/6]
1:EDM VERSION
2:EDM OFFSET
3:EDM COUNT DATA
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13. EDM SA CHECK
Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
* This mode is used for trouble
shooting.
1 Press the [F3] (3: EDM COUNT
DATA) key on "FACTORY MODE
[3/6]". The [EDM COUNT DATA]
menu appears.
2 Press the [F3] (3: EDM SA CHECK)
key. The EDM SA check display
appears.
3 Set a prism in front of the objective
lens. The SA level is displayed.
4 Press the [F4] (END) key. The [EDM
COUNT DATA] menu appears again.
5 Press the [ESC] key. "FACTORY
MODE [3/6]" appears again.
[F3]
EDM COUNT DATA [1/2]
1:EDM COUNT
2:EDM DATA CHECK
3:EDM SA CHECK
[F3]
SA_CHECK
00
END
SA_CHECK
60
END
[F4]
EDM COUNT DATA [1/2]
1:EDM COUNT
2:EDM DATA CHECK
3:EDM SA CHECK
[ESC]
FACTORY MODE [3/6]
1:EDM VERSION
2:EDM OFFSET
3:EDM COUNT DATA
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14. APD ADJUST SET
Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
1 Press the [F3] (3: EDM COUNT
DATA) key on "FACTORY MODE
[3/6]". The [EDM COUNT DATA]
menu appears.
2 Press the [F4] key. "EDM COUNT
DATA [2/2]" is displayed.
3 Press the [F1] (1: APD ADJUST)
key. The [APD ADJUST] menu
appears.
4 Press the [F1] (SET) key. The dis-
play blinks and the automatic APD
setting starts.
* Don't turn off the power while the
display is blinking.
After setting, the set values are dis-
played.
* For these values, standard, limit
and error are not displayed. It is
important to finish this mode with-
out omitting any item.
LD : LD duty ratio
for reference
AD : Duty ratio for
APD
TH : Thermister
voltage for
temperature
correction
SAT:Reference
voltage for
APD
[F3]
EDM COUNT DATA [1/2]
1:EDM COUNT
2:EDM DATA CHECK
3:EDM SA CHECK
[F4]
EDM COUNT DATA [2/2]
1:APD ADJUST
2:NOISE CHECK
[F1]
APD ADJUST
1:SET
2:READ
[F1]
APD ADJUST
APD ADJUST
LD+35.9% AD+19.3%
TH+1.95V SAT+1.47V
EXIT
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Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
5 Press the [F4] (EXIT) key. The [AP
ADJUST] menu appears again.
6 Press the [ESC] key. "EDM COUNT
DATA [2/2]" appears again.
7 Press the [ESC] key. "FACTORY
MODE [3/6]" appears again.
[F4]
APD ADJUST
1:SET
2:READ
[ESC]
EDM COUNT DATA [2/2]
1:APD ADJUST
2:NOISE CHECK
[ESC]
FACTORY MODE [3/6]
1:EDM VERSION
2:EDM OFFSET
3:EDM COUNT DATA
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15. APD ADJUST READ
Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
* This mode is used for trouble
shooting.
1 Press the [F3] (3: EDM COUNT
DATA) key on "FACTORY MODE
[3/6]". The [EDM COUNT DATA]
menu appears.
2 Press the [F4] key. "EDM COUNT
DATA [2/2]" is displayed.
3 Press the [F1] (1: APD ADJUST)
key. The [APD ADJUST] menu
appears.
4 Press the [F2] (READ) key. The set
values are displayed.
5 Press the [F4] (EXIT) key. The [APD
ADJUST] menu appears again.
[F3]
EDM COUNT DATA [1/2]
1:EDM COUNT
2:EDM DATA CHECK
3:EDM SA CHECK
[F4]
EDM COUNT DATA [2/2]
1:APD ADJUST
2:NOISE CHECK
[F1]
APD ADJUST
1:SET
2:READ
[F2]
APD ADJUST
LD+35.9% AD+19.3%
TH+1.95V SAT+1.47V
EXIT
[F4]
APD ADJUST
1:SET
2:READ
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Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
6 Press the [ESC] key. "EDM COUNT
DATA [2/2]" appears again.
7 Press the [ESC] key. "FACTORY
MODE [3/6]" appears again.
[ESC]
EDM COUNT DATA [2/2]
1:APD ADJUST
2:NOISE CHECK
[ESC]
FACTORY MODE [3/6]
1:EDM VERSION
2:EDM OFFSET
3:EDM COUNT DATA
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16. ANGLE LOCK
Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
1 Press the [F1] (1: LOCKS) key on
"FACTORY MODE [4/6]". The
[LOCKS] menu appears.
2 Press the [F1] (1: ANGLE LOCK)
key. The [ANGLE UNIT LOCK]
setting display appears and the cur-
rent set data is displayed.
3 Change the set data with the [F1]
(ON) or [F2] (OFF) key according to
the area specification.
4 Press the [F4] (ENTER) key.
"ANGLE UNIT LOCK" is set and
the [LOCKS] menu appears again.
5 Press the [ESC] key. "FACTORY
MODE [4/6]" appears again.
[F1]
LOCKS
1:ANGLE LOCK
2:DISTANCE LOCK
3:LANGUAGE LOCK
[F1]
ANGLE UNIT LOCK
[OFF]
[ON] [OFF] --- ENTER
[F1] or [F2]
ANGLE UNIT LOCK
[ON ]
[ON] [OFF] --- ENTER
[F4]
LOCKS
1:ANGLE LOCK
2:DISTANCE LOCK
3:LANGUAGE LOCK
[ESC]
FACTORY MODE [4/6]
1:LOCKS
2:LANGUAGE SELECT
3:LANGUAGE LOAD
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17. DISTANCE LOCK
Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
1 Press the [F1] (1: LOCKS) key on
"FACTORY MODE [4/6]". The
[LOCKS] menu appears.
2 Press the [F2] (2: DISTANCE
LOCK) key. The [DISTANCE UNIT
LOCK] setting display appears and
the current set data is displayed.
3 Change the set data with the [F1]
(ON) or [F2] (OFF) key according to
the area specification.
4 Press the [F4] (ENTER) key. "DIS-
TANCE UNIT LOCK" is set and the
[LOCKS] menu appears again.
5 Press the [ESC] key. "FACTORY
MODE [4/6]" appears again.
[F1]
LOCKS
1:ANGLE LOCK
2:DISTANCE LOCK
3:LANGUAGE LOCK
[F2]
DISTANCE UNIT LOCK
[OFF]
[ON] [OFF] --- ENTER
[F1] or [F2]
DISTANCE UNIT LOCK
[ON ]
[ON] [OFF] --- ENTER
[F4]
LOCKS
1:ANGLE LOCK
2:DISTANCE LOCK
3:LANGUAGE LOCK
[ESC]
FACTORY MODE [4/6]
1:LOCKS
2:LANGUAGE SELECT
3:LANGUAGE LOAD
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18. LANGUAGE LOCK
Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
1 Press the [F1] (1: LOCKS) key on
"FACTORY MODE [4/6]". The
[LOCKS] menu appears.
2 Press the [F3] (3: LANGUAGE
LOCK) key. The [LANGUAGE
LOCK] setting display appears and
the current set data is displayed.
3 Change the set data with the [F1]
(ON) or [F2] (OFF) key according to
the area specification.
4 Press the [F4] (ENTER) key. "LAN-
GUAGE LOCK" is set and the
[LOCKS] menu appears again.
5 Press the [ESC] key. "FACTORY
MODE [4/6]" appears again.
[F1]
LOCKS
1:ANGLE LOCK
2:DISTANCE LOCK
3:LANGUAGE LOCK
[F3]
LANGUAGE
[OFF]
[ON] [OFF] --- ENTER
[F1] or [F2]
LANGUAGE
[ON ]
[ON] [OFF] --- ENTER
[F4]
LOCKS
1:ANGLE LOCK
2:DISTANCE LOCK
3:LANGUAGE LOCK
[ESC]
FACTORY MODE [4/6]
1:LOCKS
2:LANGUAGE SELECT
3:LANGUAGE LOAD
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19. EEPROM INIT. (ALL CLR)
Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
1 Press the [F3] (3: EEPROM INIT.)
key on "FACTORY MODE [5/6]".
The EEPROM initialization menu
appears.
2 Press the [F1] (1: ALL CLR) key.
The [ALL CLR] check display
appears and the current set data are
displayed.
3 Press the [F3] (YES) key. The data
are initialized and the EEPROM ini-
tialization menu appears again.
Contents of initialization
The set data of the user
Adjusting mode
Parameter setting 1
Parameter setting 2
Factory mode
4 Press the [ESC] key. "FACTORY
MODE [5/6]" appears again.
* After this initialization is per-
formed, set the factory mode and
the parameters.
[F3]
EEPROM INIT.
1:ALL CLR
2:DATA CLR
[F1]
ALL CLR
--- --- [YES] [NO]
[F3]
EEPROM INIT.
1:ALL CLR
2:DATA CLR
3:FILE FORMAT
EEPROM INIT.
1:ALL CLR
2:DATA CLR
3:FILE FORMAT
[ESC]
FACTORY MODE [5/6]
1:EDM PROG. LOAD
2:EDM THROUGH
3:EEPROM INIT.
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20. A/D CTV DATA
Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
* This mode is used for trouble
shooting.
1 Press the [F1] (1: A/D CVT DATA)
key on "FACTORY MODE [6/6]".
The A/D CVT DATA check display
appears.
Vref: EDM refer-
ence voltage
Vint: Internal bat-
tery voltage
Vext:External
power supply
voltage
Tint: Temperature
2 Press the [ESC] key. "FACTORY
MODE [6/6]" appears again.
[F1]
Vref:01FD( 1.64v)
Vint:019C( 8.06v)
Vext:00FD( 4.97v)
Tint:029C( 17.32C)08
[ESC]
FACTORY MODE [6/6]
1:A/D CVT DATA
2:SPECIAL SELECT
3:ANG CHECK MODE
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8-3 Setting Mode 1
In this mode, the following settings are possible.
1. Setting Minimum Reading
2. Auto Power off
3. Vertical Angle Tilt Correction (Tilt ON/OFF)
4. Heater ON/OFF
5. Setting for RS-232C communication
This setting is memorized after power off.
8-3-1 Setting Minimum Reading
Select minimum display unit for angle measurement, coarse distance measurement mode.
To select minimum display for fine measurement mode, see Chapter 16 SELECTING MODE.
[Example] Minimum angle : 5", Coarse : 1mm
Models
Angle Unit
Coarse mode
Distance unit
Degree GON MIL
GTS-102N
GTS-105N
5"/1" 1mgon/0.2mgon 0.1mil/0.01mil
10mm (0.02ft)/
1mm (0.005ft)
Operating procedure Operation Display
1 After pressing the [MENU] key, press the [F4]() key
twice to get the menu on page 3.
2 Press the [F1] key.
3 Press the [F1] key.
4 Press the [F1] key.
[MENU]
[F4]
[F4]
MENU 3/3
F1:PARAMETERS 1
F2:CONTRAST ADJ.
P1
[F1]
PARAMETERS 1
F1:MINIMUM READING
F2:AUTO POWER OFF
F3:TILT P
[F1]
MINIMUM READING
F1:ANGLE
F2:COARSE
[F1]
MINIMUM ANGLE
[F1: 1" ]
F2: 5"
ENTER
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8-3-2 Auto Power Off
If no key operation is given or no process of measurement is performed for more than 30 minutes ( No
change exceeding 30" has occurred during horizontal angle or vertical angle measurement.), the power
turns off automatically. If the instrument is set at distance measurement mode ( No change in distance
exceeding 10cm has occurred during distance measurement), the mode changes to angle measurement
automatically in case that the instrument does not operate for approximately 10 minutes, and the power
turns off after 20 minutes.
5 Press the [F2] (5") key and press the [F4] (ENTER) key.
6 Press the [F2] key.
7 Press the [F1] key and press the [F4] (ENTER) key.
To return to previous mode, press the [ESC] key.
Operating procedure Operation Display
1 After pressing the [MENU] key, press the [F4] (P) key
twice to get the menu on page 3.
2 Press the [F1] key.
3 Press the [F2] key.
The data previously set is shown.
4 Press the [F1] (ON) key or [F2] (OFF) key, and press the
[F4] (ENTER) key.
Operating procedure Operation Display
[F2]
[F4]
MINIMUM READING
F1:ANGLE
F2:COARSE
[F2]
COARSE READING
F1: 1mm
[F2:10mm]
ENTER
[F1]
[F4]
MINIMUM READING
F1:ANGLE
F2:COARSE
[MENU]
[F4]
[F4]
MENU 3/3
F1:PARAMETERS 1
F2:CONTRAST ADJ.
P
[F1]
PARAMETERS 1 1/2
F1:MINIMUM READING
F2:AUTO POWER OFF
F3:TILT P
[F2]
AUTO POWER OFF [OFF]
F1:ON
F2:OFF
ENTER
[F1] or [F2]
[F4]
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8-3-3 Vertical Angle Tilt correction (Tilt ON/OFF)
In case the instrument is used in an unstable situation, constant indexing of vertical and horizontal angle
may be impossible. In this case, the function of tilt correction can be stopped by selecting TILT OFF. It has
been set to X (V) TILT ON at the factory.
This setting is memorized after powering off.
Operating procedure Operation Display
1 After pressing the [MENU] key, press the [F4] (P) key
twice to get the menu on page 3.
2 Press the [F1] key.
3 Press the [F3] key.
The data previously set is shown.
If already ON, the display shows tilt correction value.
4 Press the [F1] (X-ON) key or [F3] (OFF) key, and press the
[F4] (ENTER) key.
[MENU]
[F4]
[F4]
MENU 3/3
F1:PARAMETERS 1
F2:CONTRAST ADJ.
P
[F1]
PARAMETERS 1 1/2
F1:MINIMUM READING
F2:AUTO POWER OFF
F3:TILT P
[F3]
TILT SENSOR:[X-ON]
X: 002'10"
X-ON OFF ENTER
[F1], [F3]
[F4]
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8-3-4 Heater ON/OFF
The heater option for both display units can be turned OFF or ON.
Operating procedure Operation Display
1 After pressing the [MENU] key, press the [F4] (P) key
twice to get the menu on page 3.
2 Press the [F1] key.
3 Press the [F4] key.
4 Press the [F2] key.
The data previously set is shown.
5 Press the [F1] (ON) key or [F2] (OFF) key, and press the
[F4] (ENTER) key.
[MENU]
[F4]
[F4]
MENU 3/3
F1:PARAMETERS 1
F2:CONTRAST ADJ.
P
[F1]
PARAMETERS 1 1/2
F1:MINIMUM READING
F2:AUTO POWER OFF
F3:TILT P
[F4]
PARAMETERS 1 2/2
F1:BATTERY TYPE
F2:HEATER
F3:RS-232C P
[F2]
HEATER [OFF]
F1:ON
F2:OFF
ENTER
[F1] or [F2]
[F4]
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8-3-5 Setting RS-232C communication with external device
You can set the parameters for RS-232C communication with external device from parameters settng menu.
The following parameters can be set.
ACK mode, CRLF and REC type are interlocked with the same items in the selecting mode.
Refer to 16 SELECTING MODE.
Sample setting
STOP BITS: 2
Item Selecting items
Baud rate 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400
Character bit/Parity 7/Even, 7/Odd, 8/None
Stop bit 1, 2
ACK mode Standard, Omitted
CR, LF ON, OFF
REC type REC-A, REC-B
Factory setting Baud rate: 1200 baud, Character bit/Parity: 7/Even, CRLF: OFF,
REC type: REC-A, ACK: Standard
Operating procedure Operation Display
1 After pressing the [MENU] key, press the [F4] (P) key
twice to get the menu on page 2.
2 Press the [F1] key.
3 Press the [F4] key.
4 Press the [F3] key.
The data previously set is shown.
5 Press the [F3] key to select STOP BITS.
The data previously set is marked.
6 Press the [F2] (2) key to select stop bit 2, and press the [F4]
(ENTER) key.
[MENU]
[F4]
[F4]
MENU 3/3
F1:PARAMETERS 1
F2:CONTRAST ADJ.
P
[F1]
PARAMETERS 1 1/2
F1:MINIMUM READING
F2:AUTO POWER OFF
F3:TILT P
[F4]
PARAMETERS 1 2/2
F1:BATTERY TYPE
F2:HEATER
F3:RS-232C P
[F3]
RS-232C 1/3
F1:BAUD RATE
F2:CHAR./PARITY
F3:STOP BITS P
[F3]
STOP BITS
[F1:1 ]
F2:2
ENTER
[F2]
[F4]
STOP BITS
F1:1
[F2:2 ]
ENTER
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8-4 Selecting Mode
8-4-1 Items of the Selecting Mode
The following modes are available.
Menu Items Selecting item Display
1:
UNIT SET
TEMP. &
PRES.
C / F
hPa / mmHg /
inHg
Select the unit of temperature for atmospheric
correction. Select the unit of air pressure for
atmospheric correction .
ANGLE DEG (360) /
GON (400G) /
MIL (6400M)
Choose degree, gon or mil unit for measuring
angle.
DISTANCE METER / FEET /
FEET and inch
Choose measuring unit for distance meter , feet
or feet and inch
FEET US SURVEY /
INTERNATIONAL
Select the meter / feet conversion factor.
US SURVEY feet
1m=3.280833333333333 ft.
INTERNATIONAL feet
1m=3.280839895013123 ft.
2:
MODE
SET
POWER ON
MODE
ANGLE MEAS./
DISTANCE MEAS.
Select to set the measurement mode for angle or
distance when the power is turned on.
FINE / CRS /
TRK
FINE / COARSE /
TRACK
Select Fine /Coarse / Tracking mode in distance
measurement mode, when the power is turned
on.
HD&VD / SD HD&VD /SD Specify which is displayed first, horizontal and
vertical distance or slope distance, when the
power is turned on.
V ANGLE
Z0 / H0
Zenith 0 /
Horizontal 0
Choose the vertical angle reading from zenith or
from level.
N-TIMES /
REPEAT
N-TIMES /
REPEAT
Select the measurement mode for distance when
the power is turned on.
TIMES OF
MEAS.
0~99 Set N (number of times) for times of distance
measurement. When setting number of times as
1, it is single measurement.
NEZ / ENZ NEZ / ENZ Select a coordinate displaying order either NEZ
or ENZ.
HA
MEMORY
ON / OFF Horizontal angle set can be retained after the
power is turned off.
ESC KEY
MODE
DATA COLLECT /
LAYOUT / REC /
OFF
You can select a function of the [ESC] key.
DATA COLLECT / LAYOUT: It is possible to
enter data input mode (in DATA COLLECT) or
Layout Menu from normal measuring mode
directly.
REC: While executing normal or offset measur-
ing, the measuring data can be output.
OFF: Returns to normal function.
COORD.
CHECK
ON / OFF Select coordinate displaying ON or OFF when
setting a point.
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EDM OFF
TIME
0-99 The time when EDM is cut off from distance
measurement is completed can be changed.
This function is effective for shortening the first
time measuring time when distance measure-
ment is started from distance measurement com-
pleting state. (Default: 3minutes)
0 : After completing distance measurement,
EDM is cut off immediately.
1-98 : EDM is cut off after 1~98 minutes.
99 : EDM is always switched ON.
FINE
READING
0.2 / 1mm Select 1mm or 0.2mm for the minimum reading
unit in the distance mode (FINE mode).
OFFSET V
ANG
FREE / HOLD Select Vertical angle setting in the Angle Offset
measurement mode.
FREE: Vertical angle varies by the angle of the
telescope.
HOLD: Vertical angle is fixed even if the angle
of the telescope changes.
3:
OTHERS
SET
H-ANGLE
BUZZER
ON / OFF Specify whether the buzzer sounds or not for
every horizontal angle 90.
S/A BUZZER ON / OFF Specify whether the buzzer sounds or not in the
set audio mode.
W-CORRECTION OFF / K=0.14 /
K=0.20
Set correction for refraction and earth curvature,
coefficient of refraction as ; K=0.14, K=0.20 or
no correction.
NEZ
MEMORY
ON / OFF It is possible to retain the coordinate of instru-
ment point, the instrument height and prism
height after power off.
REC TYPE REC-A / REC-B Select REC-A or REC-B for data output.
REC-A : The measurement is made again and
this new data is output.
REC-B : The data being displayed is output.
CR, LF ON / OFF It is possible to output the data with carriage
return and line feed.
NEZ REC
FORM
STANDARD /
STANDARD
(12dig) /
with RAW
with RAW (12dig)
Select the format of the record coordinates data
STANDARD: 11 digits standard data
STASNDARD (12dig): 12 digits standard data
with RAW: 11digits standard data with raw data
with RAW (12dig): 12digits standard data with
raw data
MANUAL
NEZ REC
ON/ OFF In the layout mode or data collect mode, it is
possible to record coordinates entered directly
from the keyboard.
LANGUAGE * ENGLISH/
OTHER *
Select the displaying language.
Menu Items Selecting item Display
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* LANGUAGE selection is different in each country.
8-4-2 How to Set Selecting Mode
<Example> : Setting unit in hPa, F, NEZ MEMORY: ON
3:
OTHERS
SET
ACK MODE STANDARD /
OMITTED
Set the procedure of the communication with
external device.
STANDARD: Normal procedure
OMITTED: Even though the [ACK] is omitted
from the external device, the data
is not sent again.
GRID
FACTOR
USE G.F. /
DONT USE
Select using GRID FACTOR in calculation of
measurement data.
CUT & FILL STANDARD /
CUT&FILL
In the layout mode, CUT & FILL can be dis-
played instead of dZ.
ECHO BACK ON / OFF It is possible to output the data of echo back
type.
CONTRAST
MENU
ON / OFF When the instrument is turned ON, it is possible
to display the screen which you can adjust con-
trast of the display and confirm the prism con-
stant (PSM) and atmospheric correction value
(PPM).
Operating procedure Operation Display
1 While pressing [F2] key, turn power ON.
2 Press [F1] (UNIT SET ) key.
3 Press [F1] (TEMP. & PRES.) key.
4 Press [F2] (F) key, and press [F4] (ENTER) key.
5 Press [F1] (hPa) key, and press [F4] (ENTER) key.
Returns to unit set menu.
Menu Items Selecting item Display
[F2]
+
Power ON
PARAMETERS 2
F1:UNIT SET
F2:MODE SET
F3:OTHERS SET
[F1]
UNIT SET 1/2
F1:TEMP. & PRES.
F2:ANGLE
F3:DISTANCE P
[F1]
TEMP. & PRES. UNIT
TEMP. : C
PRES. : mmHg
C F --- ENTER
[F2]
[F4]
TEMP. & PRES. UNIT
TEMP. : F
PRES. : mmHg
hPa mmHg inHg ENTER
[F1]
[F4]
UNIT SET 1/2
F1:TEMP. & PRES.
F2:ANGLE
F3:DISTANCE
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6 Press [ESC] key.
Returns to PARAMETERS 2 menu.
7 Press [F3] (OTHERS SET) key.
8 Press [F4] (P) key, to get the function in page 2.
9 Press [F1] key.
10 Press [F1] (ON) key, and press [F4] (ENTER) key.
Returns to OTHERS SET menu.
11 Power off
Up or down arrow key can be used when there are four or more selection items.
Operating procedure Operation Display
[ESC]
PARAMETERS 2
F1:UNIT SET
F2:MODE SET
F3:OTHERS SET
[F3]
OTHERS SET 1/5
F1:H-ANGLE BUZZER
F2:S/A BUZZER
F3:W-CORRECTION P
[F4]
OTHERS SET 2/5
F1:NEZ MEMORY
F2:REC TYPE
F3:CR,LF P
[F1]
NEZ MEMORY [OFF]
[ON] [OFF] --- ENTER
[F1]
[F4]
OTHERS SET 2/5
F1:NEZ MEMORY
F2:REC TYPE
F3:CR,LF P
Power OFF
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9. ANGULAR MEASUREMENT READING SYSTEM REPAIRS
9-1 How to Use the Angular Measurement System Unit Positioning Tools
9-1-1 Tools
The following tools are necessary for positioning the angular measurement system units (CCD unit and LED
unit).
Storage oscilloscope (ST-SY-04 or ST-SY-05)
Used to adjust the CCD signal when positioning the CCD unit and LED unit.
Note: Refer to the instruction manual of the oscilloscope for its function and operation.
CCD display tool (ST-DT-01)
Used to input the center value, to set the integral count and to check the angular measurement display
when positioning and adjusting each unit.
(H) angular measurement LED lighting tool (ST-CD-01)
Used as a tool LED when positioning the horizontal angular measurement LED unit.
Connecting cable (ST-GS-23)
Connects the CCD display tool to the (H) angular measurement LED unit cable.
Connecting cable (ST-GS-24)
Connects the CCD display tool to the (V) CCD unit cable.
(V) CCD lighting tool (ST-CD-02)
Used as a tool LED when positioning the vertical CCD unit.
1
2
3
4
5
6
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9-1-2 How to connect the tools
(1) Connect CH1 and CH2 of the storage oscilloscope (ST-SY-04 or ST-SY-05) to the terminals (CCD out and
TRG) of the CCD display tool (ST-DT-01). Connect the GND of the CH1/CH2 probes to the GND of the
CCD display tool.
(2) Connect the connectors of the (H) angular measurement LED lighting tool (ST-CD-01) and (V) CCD
lighting tool (ST-CD-02) to the CCD display tool.
(3) Connect the CCD display tool (ST-DT-01) to AC100V outlet.
(4) Connect the connecting cables (H: ST-GS-23, V: ST-GS-24) to the CCD cable.
Strage oscilloscope :
Made by Tektronix. TDS-3032 (ST-SY-04)
TDS-3032B (ST-SY-05)
Tool ON/OFF switch
CCD display tool
(ST-DT-01)
Connecting cable
(ST-GS-23 / ST-GS-24)
Lighting tool
(ST-CD-01/ST-CD-02)
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9-1-3 How to operate the CCD display tool (ST-DT-01)
(1) Operation procedure of factory mode
R / L V / %
HOLD 0 SET
REP
POWER
FUNC
0.05
MAINTENANCE
FACTorY
HOLD
CCd C. P
MAINTENANCE
FAC 1
HOLD
CCd rEP
MAINTENANCE
FAC 2
HOLD
PHASE
MAINTENANCE
FAC 3
Check of the PAT and PWM values by
inputting the center value and integral
count To (2) Display shift 1
CCD waveform continuous output
To (3) Display shift 2
Phase allowance check
To (4) Display shift 3
Turn on the [POWER] key.
HOLD
(P. 9-4)
(P. 9-5)
(P. 9-6)
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(2) Display shift
Factory mode 1: Check of the PAT and PWM values by inputting the center value and integral count
* Here it is possible to access the H2 setting display but it is not connected to the internal circuit of the
CCD display tool (ST-DT-01). Perform operation for the H1/H2 angular measurement units on the
H1 setting display.
The PWM value displayed on the CCD display tool (ST-DT-01) is different from that of the instrument.
1
CCd C. P
MAINTENANCE
FAC 1
0 SET
Change the center
value with the
key.
The display appears
for 1 second and
then the system
shifts to the next
CCD setting.
0 SET
H
1
1016 05
MAINTENANCE
0 SET
H
1
1016 05
MAINTENANCE
0 SET
H
1
1016 05
MAINTENANCE
101 18.3
0 SET
H
1
MAINTENANCE
SET H
1
1016 05
MAINTENANCE
V
1
MAINTENANCE
SET V
1
1056 05
MAINTENANCE
0976 05
MAINTENANCE
H
2
Move the digit
with the or
key and change the
integral count with
the key.
V / %
V / %
V / %
The display appears for 1 second
and then the FAC1 menu is reset.
The center value and integral
count are determined.
Measurement starts for
the PAT and PWM values.
R / L
The center
value blinks. Set H1. Set H2. Set V1.
Integral count blinks.
Hereafter, same as H1.
PWM value PAT value
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(3) Display shift
Factory mode 2: CCD waveform continuous output (Repeat mode)
Output the CCD waveforms continuously to check them.
On each waveform display, the integral count and the PWM value are indicated.
* Here it is possible to access the H2 waveform display but it is not connected to the internal circuit of
the CCD display tool (ST-DT-01). Perform operation for the H1/H2 angular measurement units on
the H1 setting display.
* When checking each waveform, its size can be changed by changing
the integral count with the or key.
2
CCd rEP
MAINTENANCE
FAC
0 SET
05 101
MAINTENANCE
H
1
05 100
MAINTENANCE
H
2
05 106
MAINTENANCE
V
1
0 SET
0 SET
0 SET
Integral count H1 waveform is displayed.
PWM value
H2 waveform is displayed.
V1 waveform is displayed.
HOLD
HOLD
HOLD
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(4) Display shift
Factory mode 3: Phase allowance check
Display the phase allowance (Phases a, b and c), integral count and angular measurement value
of each CCD unit.
* Here it is possible to access the H2 waveform display but it is not connected to the internal circuit of
the CCD display tool (ST-DT-01). Perform operation for the H1/H2 angular measurement units on
the H1 setting display.
3
PHASE
MAINTENANCE
FAC 3
0 SET
05 9. 8. 9
MAINTENANCE
31714' 10" H
1
05 9. 9. 9
MAINTENANCE
13557' 55" H
2
HOLD
05 9. 8. 9
MAINTENANCE
35038' 58" V
1
HOLD
0 SET
0 SET
0 SET HOLD
Integral count
Phase a
Phase b
Phase c
Check H1.
Angular measurement value
Check H2.
Check V1.
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9-2 Angular Measurement System Unit Installation Adjustment
9-2-1 (H) angular measurement system unit installation adjustment
Note: The CCD waveform is influenced by the disturbing light. Darken the vicinity of the unit when
adjusting.
Procedure Illustration
1
2
3
Recording the center value
The seal on which the center value is written is
adhered on the side of the holder of the (H) angu-
lar measurement LED unit. Record this center
value.
Temporary setting of (H) angular measurement
LED unit
Set the (H) angular measurement LED unit tem-
porarily with the screws (CR2.65). (Make sure
that the optical receiving face of the CCD unit
does not touch the scale.)
Connection
Connect the (H) angular measurement LED unit
to the connecting cable (ST-GS-23) of the CCD
display tool.
Connect the two probes of the storage oscillo-
scope (ST-SY-04 or ST-SY-05) to the terminals
of the CCD display tool.
Connect the CCD display tool to the (H) angular
measurement LED lighting tool (ST-CD-01).
(H) angular
measurement
LED unit
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Procedure Illustration
4
5
Tool installation
Fit the (H) angular measurement LED lighting
tool (ST-CD-01) into the holder of the angular
measurement unit.
Setting of storage oscilloscope
Set the storage oscilloscope (ST-SY-04 or ST-
SY-05) as referring to the following figures.
Set the positions for the cursor 1 and 2 of the
storage oscilloscope according to the center
value written on the (H) angular measurement
LED unit.
(Example)
When the center value is 1056
At the same time the cursors 1 and 2 on the stor-
age oscilloscope show the following values.
Cursor 1=318S, Cursor 2=1401S
When the center value is 976
Cursor 1=252S, Cursor 2=1335S
When the center value is 1016
Cursor 1=286S, Cursor 2=1367S
When the center value is 1096
Cursor 1=351S, Cursor 2=1432S
When the center value is 1136
Cursor 1=383S, Cursor 2=1466S
1
1
2
Cursor 1
(318s)
Contents of setting
Cursor 2
(1401s)
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Procedure Illustration
6 (H) angular measurement LED positioning adjust-
ment
Turn on the main switch of the CCD display
tool, and the tool LED is lit.
Set the continuous output mode (repeat mode)
according to 9-1-3 How to operate the CCD
display tool (ST-DT-01) (P. 9-5). Adjust the
volume of ST-CD-01 so that the waveform of
storage oscilloscope may be as illustrated
(Fig. 1).
Note: When checking, make the condition as
dark as possible by covering the instru-
ment with a blackout curtain, etc.
Move the (H) angular measurement LED unit
back and forth so that the start section ( , )
of the CCD signal waveform may contact with
the cursors 1 and 2. (Fig. 2)
Note: When checking, make the condition as
dark as possible by covering the instru-
ment with a blackout curtain, etc.
1
2
3
a
b
Fig. 1
Cursor 2 Cursor 1
a
b
Fig. 2
Cursor 2 Cursor 1
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Procedure Illustration
* When the unit is moved and the signals ( , )
on both sides dont contact with the cursors 1
and 2, there is no problem under the illustrated
conditions (Fig. 3 and Fig. 4).
Condition of Fig. 3
The start section of CCD signal is protruded
outside by the same width as , against the cur-
sors and . =
Condition of Fig. 4
The start section of CCD signal is proturded
inside by the same width as against the cursors
and . =
* If the waveform is as illustrated in Fig. 5 (the
deviation of waveform on both sides against the
cursors 1 and 2 is not uniform), it is NG.
Replace the unit.
Condition of Fig. 5
The start section of CCD signal is not uniform
against the cursors 1 to 2.
a
b
a
b
1 2 a
b
a
b
1 2 a b
b a
b a
Fig. 3
Cursor 2 Cursor 1
Fig. 4 Cursor 2 Cursor 1
Fig. 5
Cursor 2 Cursor 1
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Procedure Illustration
7
8
9
Setting of center value and integral time
Set the center value and integral count according
to 9-1-3 How to operate the CCD display tool
(ST-DT-01) (P. 9-4).
Center value: Value written on the each angular
measurement LED unit
Integral count: Set 5 (5 is a fixed value.)
Check of pattern pitch (P. 9-6)
After inputting the center value and integral
count, the pattern pitch (PAT) is displayed by
operating the CCD display tool.
Make sure that the pattern pitch (PAT) is
within 17.7~19.3.
Note: When checking, make the condition as
dark as possible by covering the instru-
ment with a blackout curtain, etc.
Check of LED light intensity (P. 9-6)
The LED light intensity (PWM) is displayed
on the pattern pitch checking display.
Make sure that the PWM value is within
90~120 counts.
Note: When checking, make the condition as
dark as possible by covering the instru-
ment with a blackout curtain, etc.
1
2
1
2
1016 05
MAINTENANCE
H
1
Center value Integral count
1016 05
MAINTENANCE
101 18.3 H
1
PWM
1016 05
MAINTENANCE
101 18.3 H
1
PAT
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Procedure Illustration
10 Check of reading range
Set the positions for the cursors 1 and 2 of the
storage oscilloscope according to the center
value.
Refer to the following figure for setting.
When the center value is 1056
At the same time the cursors 1 and 2 on the stor-
age oscilloscope show the following values.
Cursor 1=615S, Cursor 2=1104S
When the center value is 976
Cursor 1=550S, Cursor 2=1038S
When the center value is 1016
Cursor 1=583S, Cursor 2=1071S
When the center value is 1096
Cursor 1=648S, Cursor 2=1136S
When the center value is 1136
Cursor 1=680S, Cursor 2=1169S
1
Cursor 1
Contents of setting
Cursor 2
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Procedure Illustration
11
12
Remove the CCD lighting tool from the holder.
Set the continuous output mode (repeat mode)
according to 9-1-3 How to operate the CCD
display tool (ST-DT-01) (P. 9-5).
At the same time the waveform of storage
oscilloscope is as illustrated (Fig. 6).
Make sure that the range in which the CCD
signal waveform is flat [uniform illumination
range] is within the reading range.
Note: When checking, make the condition as
dark as possible by covering the instru-
ment with a blackout curtain, etc.
Check of CCD signal
Clean the scale.
Set the repeat mode according to 9-1-3 How
to operate the CCD display tool (ST-DT-01)
(P. 9-5).
As turning the vertical axis, watch the screen
of the storage oscilloscope to check the CCD
or scale for dust or soil. If the CCD signal
waveform is not correct as illustrated (Fig. 7),
clean the face of the scale or CCD.
Note: When checking, make the condition as
dark as possible by covering the instru-
ment with a blackout curtain, etc.
Check of angle display
Select the angle setting mode according to 9-
1-3 How to operate the CCD display tool (ST-
DT-01) (P. 9-6)
Turn the center axis slowly and watch the
angle reading of the CCD display tool. Make
sure that there is no part whose angle is not
detected. (Example : -- --' --")
At the same time, make sure that the phase
allowance (Phases a, b and c) is not 3 or
less when rotation has stopped.
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
1
2
3
05 9. 8. 9
MAINTENANCE
31714' 10" H
1
Cursor 2 Cursor 1
Fig. 6
Reading range
Uniform
illumination range
Phase a
Phase b
Phase c
Fig. 7
The signal is missing because of dust.
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9-2-2 (V) angular measurement system unit installation adjustment
Procedure Illustration
1
2
3
Unit installation
Temporary setting of (V) CCD unit
Set the (V) CCD unit temporarily with the 2
screws (CR2.66B).
Installation of (V) angular measurement
holder unit
Install the (V) angular measurement holder unit
to the (V) CCD unit with the 2 screws (CR24
with washer).
Tool installation
Connect the connecting cable (ST-GS-24) to the
cable of the (V) angular measurement holder unit.
Setting of storage oscilloscope
Set up the storage oscilloscope (ST-SY-04 or
ST-SY-05).
Refer to P. 9-2 for setting.
Set the cursors 1 and 2 according to the center
value.
(Set the cursors 1 and 2 on the storage oscillo-
scope to the following values.)
Cursor 1 = 318S
Cursor 2 = 1401S
1
2
1
2
(V) angular measurement holder unit
Connecting cable
(ST-GS-24)
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Procedure Illustration
4
5
6
7
Connection of (V) CCD lighting tool
Fit the (V) CCD lighting tool (ST-CD-02), which
is connected to the CCD display tool (ST-DT-01),
into the holder of the angular measurement LED
unit.
Setting of center value and integral count
Set the center value 1056 according to 9-1-
3 How to operate the CCD display tool (ST-
DT-01) (P. 9-4).
After setting the center value, set the integral
count 5.
Check of pattern pitch (P. 9-4)
After inputting the center value and integral
count, the pattern pitch (PAT) is displayed by
operating the CCD display tool (ENT key).
Make sure that the pattern pitch (PAT) is
within 17.7~19.3.
Note: When checking, make the condition as
dark as possible by covering the instru-
ment with a blackout curtain, etc.
Check of LED light intensity (P. 9-4)
The LED light intensity (PWM) is displayed
on the pattern pitch checking display.
Make sure that the PWM value is within
90~120 counts.
Note: When checking, make the condition as
dark as possible by covering the instru-
ment with a blackout curtain, etc.
1
2
1
2
1
2
(V) CCD lighting tool
(ST-CD-02)
1056 05
MAINTENANCE
V
1
Center value Integral count
1056 05
MAINTENANCE
101 18.3 V
1
PWM
1056 05
MAINTENANCE
101 18.3 V
1
PAT
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Procedure Illustration
8 (V) angular measurement LED positioning adjust-
ment
Turn on the main switch of the CCD display
tool, and the tool LED is lit. At the same time
the waveform on the storage oscilloscope is as
illustrated. (Fig. 1)
Loosen the two mounting screws of the (V)
CCD unit.
Set the repeat mode according to 9-1-3 How
to operate the CCD display tool (ST-DT-01)
(P. 9-5).
Move the angular measurement LED holder
left and right so that the start section ( , )
of the CCD signal may contact with the cur-
sors 1 and 2 as Fig. 2.
Notes:
1. When the unit is moved and the start section
of the CCD signal does not contact with the
cursors 1 and 2, make adjustment with the
same standard (P. 9-9, 9-10) as the (H) angu-
lar measurement adjustment.
2. When checking, make the condition as dark
as possible by covering the instrument with
a blackout curtain, etc.
1
2
3
4
a
b
Cursor 2 Cursor 1
(318s) (1408s)
Cursor 2 Cursor 1
(318s) (1408s)
a b
FIg. 1
Fig. 2
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Procedure Illustration
9 Adjustment of reading range
Remove the CCD lighting tool from the
holder.
Set the storage oscilloscope. (Refer to P. 9-2.)
Set the cursors 1 and 2 on the storage oscillo-
scope to the following values.
Cursor 1=615S
Cursor 2=1104S
Set the repeat mode according to 9-1-3 How
to operate the CCD display tool (ST-DT-01)
(P. 9-5).
Turn on the main switch of the CCD display
tool, and the LED is lit. At the same time, the
waveform of the storage oscilloscope is as
illustrated (Fig. 3).
Move the (V) angular measurement holder
unit left and right so that the uniform illumina-
tion range of the CCD signal waveform on the
storage oscilloscope is approximately at the
center in the reading range of the cursors 1 and
2. (Fig. 4)
a=a' b=b'
Note: When checking, make the condition as
dark as possible by covering the instru-
ment with a blackout curtain, etc.
1
2
3
4
5
The reading range must be within the
uniform illumination range.
t
b b'
a' a
b b'
a' a
Reading range center
Uniform illumination range center
Cursor 2
Cursor 1
= Reading range center
Uniform illumination range center
Fig. 3
Fig. 4
Reading range
Uniform
illumination range
Cursor 2
Cursor 1
Reading range
Uniform
illumination range
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Procedure Illustration
10
11
Check of CCD signal
Clean the scale.
Set the repeat mode according to 9-1-3 How
to operate the CCD display tool (ST-DT-01)
(P. 9-5).
As turning the lens barrel, watch the screen of
the storage oscilloscope and check the CCD or
scale for dust or soil. If the CCD signal wave-
form is not correct as Fig. 5, clean the face of
the scale or CCD.
Note: When checking, make the condition as
dark as possible by covering the instru-
ment with a blackout curtain, etc.
Check of angle display
Set the phase allowance checking mode
according to 9-1-3 How to operate the CCD
display tool (ST-DT-01) (P. 9-6).
Turn the lens barrel and watch the angle read-
ing of the CCD display tool. Make sure that
there is no part whose angle is not detected.
(Example : -- --' --")
At the same time, make sure that the phase
allowance (Phases a, b and c) is not 3 or
less.
Note: When checking, make the condition as
dark as possible by covering the instru-
ment with a blackout curtain, etc.
1
2
3
1
2
3
Fig. 5
The signal is missing beause of dust.
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9-2-3 Tilt unit installation adjustment
Procedure Illustration
1
2
3
4
5
6
Unit installation
Set the tilt unit temporarily with a hexagonal
wrench (M2.5).
Note: Set the washers on the mounting sur-
faces of the tilt unit and standard.
Storing the tilt coefficients
Record the tilt coefficients (K, A) of the tilt unit to
be newly installed.
Tool connection
Connect the tilt pull-out cable (ST-GS-26) to the
tilt counter as illustrated.
Tilt positioning adjustment
Level the instrument and position the tilt unit.
Tightening torque: 90Ncm (9kgfcm)
Standard: 7 counts (difference between the nor-
mal and reverse)
Tilt coefficient input
After assembling the instrument, input the tilt
coefficients (K, A) of the newly-installed tilt.
(Refer to P. 8-9.)
Tilt offset input
Input the tilt offset. (Refer to P. 8-10.)
Tilt unit
Tilt unit
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9-3 Horizontal Angle Round Rotation Check
Whether "angle error" occurs in the horizontal angle rotation or not is checked here.
After the angular measurement system has been repaired, carry out this check.
To check "angle error" in vertical angle rotation, turn the lens barrel unit manually. You can check it in the
same way as the horizontal angle rotation.
(Necessary tools)
Horizontal angle round rotation tool (ST-HK-02)
Constant-voltage power supply (ST-PS-01)
9-3-1 Preparation for checking
Procedure Operation Illustration and display
(1) Set the product on the horizontal angle round
rotation tool (ST-HK-02).
Notes:
When setting the product, release the hori-
zontal motion clamp.
Set the horizontal tangent screw against the
stopper of the horizontal angle round rota-
tion tool.
Connect the motor cable to the constant-
voltage power supply.
(2) Open [6/6] in the factory mode.
Refer to the operation procedure (P. 8-3).
(3) Press the [F3] key to select ANG CHECK
MODE.
Stopper Horizontal angle round
rotation tool
(ST-HK-02)
FACTORY MODE [6/6]
F1:A/D CVT DATA
F2:SPECIAL SELECT
F3:ANG CHECK MODE
F3
ANG CHECK MODE
F1:SPEED TURN
F2:RESULT
F3:ERASE FILE
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9-3-2 Horizontal angle round rotation check and measurement
Procedure Operation Illustration and display
(1) Press the [F1] key to select SPEED TURN.
The values in the right display are as follows.
2nd line: V angle data
3rd line: H angle data
3-digit value at the right: Times of error
occurrence
(2) Set the constant-voltage power supply to
3.0V0.1V and turn on the power. The
motor of the round rotation checking tool
starts.
* When checking the V angle, the V value is
renewed by turning the lens barrel manu-
ally and slowly.
(3) When one round H angle rotation is com-
pleted, the renewal of the HR angle on the
display stops and Finish is displayed on
the 4th line.
Note: If the data on the display are as follows,
there is no problem.
000 is displayed as times of error
occurrence at the right 3-digit value
place.
The value of ERR: is not dis-
played.
When checking the V angle, Fin-
ish is not displayed even if one
round rotation is done.
F1
ANG CHECK MODE
F1:SPEED TURN
F2:RESULT
F3:ERASE FILE
SPEED TURN
V : 9000'00"0-000
HR: 18000'00"0-000
ERR:
[F1]
SPEED TURN
V : 9000'00"0-000
HR: 22000'00"0-000
ERR:
(During the round rotation,
the HR value is renewed in
the linkage operation.)
SPEED TURN
V : 9000'00"0-000
HR: 18000'00"0-000
ERR: Finish!
(Measurement completion display)
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(4) When an error of H angle has occurred, the
following data are displayed on the screen.
When an error has occurred during measure-
ment, the following values are displayed on
the screen.
3-digit value at the right:
Times of error occurrence
4th digit:
Error number is displayed.
(5) When one round H angle rotation is com-
pleted, the renewal of the HR angle on the
display stops and Finish is displayed on
the 4th line.
(Details of the H angle error)
When 002 is displayed at the right 3-digit
position of HR, it means error has
occurred at 2 places.
When E632 is displayed, refer to
ERROR CODE TABLE.
Procedure Operation Illustration and display
SPEED TURN
V : 9000'00"0-000
HR: 22000'00"0-001
ERR:632
(H angle is being measured.)
Error number Times of error
occurrence
SPEED TURN
V : 9000'00"0-000
HR: 18000'00"0-002
ERR:632 Finish!
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9-3-3 Display of measurement result
When the H angle error has occurred in measurement, check the details of the result.
Procedure Operation Illustration and display
(1) Press the [F2] key on [6/6] of the factory
mode to select RESULT.
In the case of the result display, one piece of
error information is shown on one display. (The
displays in the right show that two errors have
occurred.)
(Example)
On the right display, E632 has occurred at
the H angle [220 00' 00"].
On the right display, E631 has occurred at
the H angle [40 00' 00"].
(Deletion of the result storage file)
To delete the file in which the measurement
result is stored, follow the procedure as shown
below.
(1) Press the [F3] key on [6/6] of the factory
mode to select ERASE FILE.
(2) To delete the file, select YES. Not to
delete the file, select NO or [ESC].
F2
[ ]
or
[ ]
ANG CHECK MODE
F1:SPEED TURN
F2:RESULT
F3:ERASE FILE
RESULT 001/002
V : 9000'00"0
HR: 22000'00"0
ERR:632
[F2]
RESULT 002/002
V : 9000'00"0
HR: 4000'00"0
ERR:631
[] or []
F3 ANG CHECK MODE
F1:SPEED TURN
F2:RESULT
F3:ERASE FILE
ERASE FILE
--- --- [YES][NO]
[F3]
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10. PLATE SYSTEM REPAIRS
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10-2 Angular Measurement Digital System Repairs
Servicing is to be executed by replacing the respective unit.
After replacing the CPU unit, it is necessary to set the information required for angular measurement reading.
* Information to be set : Input the center value and integral time, and make sure that the integral time and the
values of PWM and PAT are within standard. If these data are not set, normal opera-
tion cannot be guaranteed.
* Necessary tools : Constant-voltage power supply (ST-PS-01), power cable ((ST-PK-02) and synchroscope
(ST-SY-04 or 05)
Procedure Display Remarks
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Preparation
Remove the battery beforehand.
Remove the left cover.
Set the power supply to DC8.5V0.1V.
Connect the power cable to the instru-
ment.
Set the factory mode. (Turn on the power
as pressing the [F2] and [ANG] keys.)
Press the [F4] key twice to set [2/6] page.
Press the [F1] key to access "1:CCD CEN-
TER/PWM".
Input "CENTER" (center value) in the order
beginning with H1. If it is not necessary to
change the data, shift to "CHARGE" with
the [ENT] key. (The center value is written
on each of CCD units.)
Input "5 counts" to "CHARGE" (integral
time).
Press the [ENT] key. The instrument sets the
values of PWM and PAT automatically and
displays the results. Make sure that the val-
ues are within standard. If the values are
OK, press the [YES] (F3) key. If they are
NG, press the [NO] key.
Carry out the above 2~4 for other CCD
units.
The " " mark shows the
position which can be
changed.
* Standard
PWM: Within 10~65
counts (Count for con-
trolling the LED light
intensity)
PAT: Within 17.7~19.3
counts (Pattern pitch)
* If the value is NG,
check the CCD waveform
and CCD unit.
(Fig. 1 in P. 6-15, etc.)
1
2
3
4
5
<FACTORY>
LCD CONT
--- ENTER
FACTORY MODE [2/6]
1:CCD CENTER/PWM
2:CCD REPEAT
3:CCD PHASE P
H1 CENTER1016
CHARGE :05
INPUT --- SKIP P
H1 CENTER:1016
CHARGE :05
PWM:042 PAT:18.4
>OK ? YES NO
(Example)
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Procedure Display Remarks
8
9
10
Select "3: CCD PHASE" (F3) and check the
angular measurement operation.
Operate the [F1]~[F3] keys and select the
displayed CCD unit. Check other units. On
"CCD REPEAT", you can check the CCD
angular measurement waveform with the pin
on the CPU unit. There is one kind of check
pin. By changing the [F1]~[F3] keys, you
can check each unit.
(Check pin and its signal)
TP1: GND
TP2: Connect to TG (trigger signal) ~CH2
of synchroscope.
TP3: Connect to the CCD output~CH1 of
synchroscope.
Make sure that all the procedures have ended
without problem and then turn off the power.
Example of good waveform :
Refer to Fig. 6 in P. 9-13.
* Standard
Values of a, b and c: 4
counts or more when the
instrument is stationary
If the value is 3 counts or
less, check the CCD
waveform and CCD unit.
(P. 6-15)
The instrument must dis-
play angles correctly.
TP1
TP3
TP2
H1 PHASE
a:9 b:8 c:9 CHRG:06
321 36' 07"
H1 H2 V1 ---
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10-3 Setting of Integral Time
After replacing and adjusting the parts of the angular measurement reading system including the CPU unit,
angular measurement CCD unit and scale, it is necessary to set the integral time as shown below. If this set-
ting is not done properly, the product does not operate correctly.
Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
1
2
3
4
5
As pressing the [F2] and [ANG] keys,
turn on the power switch.
Press the [F4] key.
Press the [F4] key. The factory mode
[2/6] is displayed.
Press the [F1] key to access "1: CCD
CENTER/PWM".
Input the H1 center value (CENTER)
and integral time (CHARGE "05")
and press the [F4] (ENTER) key.
The center value is
described on each
CCD unit.
The integral time
"05" is a fixed
value.
F2
POWER
ANG

F4
F4
F1
F4
After input-
ting the val-
ues
TOPCON GTS-100

<FACTORY>
LCD CONT

--- ENTER
FACTORY MODE [1/6]
1:V ANGLE 0 OFFSET
2:TILT K,A
3:TILT OFFSET
FACTORY MODE [2/6]
1:CCD CENTER/PWM
2:CCD REPEAT
3:CCD PHASE
H1 CENTER1016
CHARGE :00
INPUT --- SKIP ENTER
H1 CENTER_1016
CHARGE :05
>Measuring...
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Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
6
7
8
The values of PWM and PAT are
automatically calculated. Make sure
that they are within the standard and
press the [F3] (YES) key.
Standard: PWM 10~65
PAT 17.7~19.3
After the input of H1, the H2 input
display appears. Input the values in
the same way for H2 and V according
to Procedure 5 and 6.
When the values of H1, H2 and V are
inputted and they are within the stan-
dard, the [REC] display appears and
recording of the set values are ended.
If the values of
PWM and PAT are
out of standard,
the scale, CCD
unit or LED unit
may be dirty (or
installed improp-
erly). Check the
units and perform
the procedure
again.
F3
F3
H2 CENTER1016
CHARGE :00
INPUT --- SKIP ENTER
V1 CENTER:1056
CHARGE :05
PWM:XXX PAT:XX.X
>OK ? [YES][NO]
<REC>
H1 CENTER:1016
CHARGE :05
PWM:XXX PAT:XX.X
>OK ? [YES][NO]
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11. TELESCOPE (EDM) SYSTEM REPAIRS
Servicing is to be executed by replacing the respective unit. The telescope consists of the following major
components: distance measurement analog unit, distance measurement digital unit, base unit, and objective
unit.
Adjustments and inspections will differ depending on the unit to be replaced. Follow the flow chart below
when executing adjustments and inspections.
Distance measurement digital-analog unit Base unit
11-7 Telemeter Optical Axis and EDM Optical Axis Adjustment
APPENDIX-1 Inspection Procedure
Objective unit
11-4 Setting of APD Bias
11-5 Reference Output Adjustment
P. 8-8 Vertical angle zero position adjustment: Vertical angle offset setting
D-OSC unit
AMP unit
P. 8-16 Input of EDM OFFSET L1 / L2 / L3
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11-1 Nomenclature
EDM base unit
EDM amplifier unit
Plate on AMP side
Objective unit
Plate on D-OSC side
EDM D-OSC unit
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11-2 Unit Nomenclature and Functions
Unit Appearance Function
Distance measurement
analog unit
AMP unit
Receives the light reflected by the prism,
amplifies and detects it. Then, makes a wave-
form for digital processing.
Distance measurement
digital unit
(Digital-OSC unit)
Modulates the light frequency and sends it for
distance measurement. Then, lights up the
LED. Receives the optical receiving signal from
the analog unit and calculates to obtain the
measured value.
EDM base unit Switches between internal and external light,
and maintains a fixed light intensity.
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11-3 Preparation for General Adjustment
Procedure Illustration
1
2
3
4
5
Tools
(1) Constant-voltage power supply (ST-PS-01)
(2) Power cord (ST-PK-02)
(3) Synchroscope (ST-SY-04 or 05)
(4) Prism 2
Removal of upper cover
Remove the cover according to "5-2 Telescope
(EDM) System Disassembly Procedure" (P. 5-15).
Connection of power supply
Connect the power cord, which is already con-
nected to the constant-voltage power supply, to the
instrument's power connector. (Output : 8.5V0.1)
Connection of probe
Connect the probe of synchroscope to the check
pin [SIG] and GND to the check pin [GND].
Check and adjustment
Check and adjust as follows.
[1] Check of APD bias (P. 8-23)
[2] Adjustment of reference level (P. 11-6)
* The above check pins are on the rear of AMP
unit. There, the check pins can be checked by
removing the EDM upper cover.
* When installing or removing the probes, be
very careful not to break the check pin.
Standard values
Adjusting/setting item High luminance standard
Reference level adjustment 1200 100mV
GND
SIG
EDM AMP unit (rear side)
PCB 42
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11-4 Setting of APD Bias
1) Purpose of setting : Here, set the standard values to operate the distance measurement system (EDM) cor-
rectly within the use temperature range. After adjusting or replacing the parts related
to the distance measurement system, set the values again. If not, normal operation
cannot be guaranteed.
2) How to set : Refer to "APD ADJUST READ" (P. 8-23).
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11-5 Reference Output Adjustment
1) Purpose of setting : Here, set the reference level value as standard to operate the distance measurement
system (EDM) correctly. After replacing or adjusting the parts related to the distance
measurement system, adjust the value again. If not, normal operation cannot be guar-
anteed.
2) How to set : Carry out distance measurement (FINE continuous operation). As watching the waveform on
the synchroscope, turn the ND film on the EDM base to adjust the output.
Procedure Display Remarks
1
2
3
4
5
6
Preparation
Remove the battery beforehand.
In "MODE SET" (turn on the power as
pressing the [F2] key), set "FINE
0.2mm" beforehand. (Because of the
0.2mm mode, it is easy to check the
waveform.)
After setting, turn off the power.
Remove the upper cover from the lens barrel
unit.
Connect the synchroscope's probe to the
[SIG] pin of the AMP unit. Connect GND to
the [GND] pin.
Connect the instrument to the constant-volt-
age power supply. (Output: 7.5V)
Turn on the power.
Set the distance measurement mode (slope
distance FINE continuous mode) with the
operating keys.
1) How to check the waveform
The size of waveform is changed at regu-
lar intervals. Make adjustment while the
waveform is stable.
Now, press the [S/A] (F3) key and check
the waveform in the set audio mode.
1
2
3
Contents of setting
FINE 0.2/1mm
[F1: 0.2mm]
F2: 1mm
SET
V : 8149'00"
HR:32259'00"
0SET HOLD HSET P1
V : 8149'00"
HR:32259'00"
SD*[r] -< m
MEAS MODE S/A P1
Before checking the ref-
erence output waveform,
set a prism in front of the
objective lens.
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Procedure Display Remarks
7
8
9
2) How to adjust
As watching the waveform, turn the ND
film on the EDM base to adjust the out-
put within standard.
Standard: 1200mV 100mV
After adjustment, first make sure that the ref-
erence signal is not changed. Then, install
the cover.
Turn off the power. The adjustment is com-
pleted.
At last apply the screw lock to the ND film
shaft.
Before turning the ND
film, remove the screw
lock by applying alcohol
a little.
If alcohol is excessively
applied, the screw lock is
adhered to other parts to
cause malfunction.
ND film
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11-6 How to Check Chopper/Circular Operation
1) Purpose : Make sure that the chopper/circular motors of the EDM base unit operate correctly.
2) Preparation : Chopper/circular operation tool (ST-DK-05): 1 unit
Constant-voltage power supply (ST-PS-01): 2 units (for the product and ST-DK-05)
Power cable (ST-PK-02)
Oscilloscope (ST-SY-04/05)
3) How to connect : Connect the devices as referring to the illustration below.
Procedure Illustration
1 Preparation
Remove the battery beforehand.
Set the constant-voltage power supply to
+5V0.1V.
Remove the flexible cable from the J3 connec-
tor of the D-OSC unit. (Refer to the right illus-
tration.)
Connect the removed flexible cable to the spe-
cial accessory cable sent from the tool (DK-
05).
(Removal of flexible cable)
Pull out the part in the arrow mark ( )
direction by taking both ends with tweezers.
Lift the part .
(As illustrated below.)
Pull the flexible cable in the arrow mark ( )
direction and remove it from the connector.
Connect the flexible cable to the J3 connec-
tor in the opposite order of the above ~ .
Note: The flexible cable must be set with its
white surface on the top. Insert the
flexible cable to the innermost and then
lock it. Dont pull the flexible cable
unless the part is moved. Disconnec-
tion may occur.
ST-DK-05
DC5V
0.25V
DC8.5V
0.1V
DC5V 0.25V
ST-DK-05
GND
(TP2) SIG
(TP1)
CH1
ST-SY-04/05 ST-PS-01 ST-PS-01
Chopper/circular
flexible cable
To the instrument's power connector
1
2
3
4
A
J3 Flexible cable
1 A
2 A
A
J3
Flexible cable
3
1 3
A
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Procedure Illustration
2 How to operate the tool
1) Explanation of switches
POWER: Turns ON/OFF the tool power sup-
ply.
CHOPPER: Changes the chopper direction,
from "inside" (INT) to "outside" (EXT) and
vice versa. (Also turns ON/OFF.)
CIRCULAR: This is a switch of circular oper-
ation.
CIRCULAR Rotary SW: Changes the direc-
tion of circular rotation.
2) How to check operation
Chopper operation: Set "distance measure-
ment" in the instrument and change the switch
from "INT" to "EXT". If the product is nor-
mal, you can check a red circle (in "EXT")
through the objective unit. If you see a red cir-
cle in "INT", the motor may not operate nor-
mally.
Circular operation: As checking the REF. Si
signal waveform on the synchroscope, operate
the CIRCULAR switch. If the product is nor-
mal, the rotation is stable. If the waveform
changes according to the stable rotation, there
is no problem. If the motor stops rotating dur-
ing operation, it is necessary to replace the
motor.
1
2
3
4
1
2
ST-DK-05
EXT
EXT
INT
INT OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
POWER CHOPPER CIRCULAR
CW CCW
CW CCW
CHOP. CIR.
1 2
3
4
Refer to P. 11-6 for setting the synchroscope.
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11-7 Telemeter Optical Axis and EDM Optical Axis Adjustment
Be sure to do the following adjustments after replacing the distance measurement analog unit, base unit, or
objective unit.
(1) Optical reception/emission focusing position adjustment
This aligns the optical axes for optical reception and emission.
Procedure Illustration
1
2
3
Install the optical receiving and optical emitting
fibers on the base with 2 screws for each.
Use 2 screws to install the base unit on the adjust-
ment collimator (ST-AC-01).
Position the chopper and circular wedge outward
(distance measurement).
Use a screwdriver to turn the circular.
Screws
Optical receiving
fiber
Screws
Optical emitting fiber
Fiber
Chopper Circular wedge
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Procedure Illustration
4
5
Install the optical receiving fiber adapter (ST-ID-
8A), optical receiving fiber cap, and optical emit-
ting fiber cap on the illuminator (ST-ID-01~03).
Use the collimator to focus the optical receiving
and optical emitting images.
Obtain the read values of the micrometer when the
optical emitting image is in focus and when the
optical receiving image is in focus and calculate
the difference between the two read values. Insert
the adjusting washer (0.1, 0.05 or 0.02) equivalent
to the difference into the fiber cap.
When the difference between the read values is
positive :
Insert the washer into the optical receiving
fiber cap.
When the difference between the read values is
negative :
Insert the washer into the optical emitting
fiber cap.
Focusing accuracy: 0.02
(Example)
Read value when the optical emitting image is
in focus: 6.55
Read value when the optical receiving image
is in focus: 6.50
Difference between the read values:
6.55-6.50=+0.05
In the above case, insert the adjusting washer of
0.05 into the optical receiving fiber cap.
Adjustment collimator
Micrometer for focusing
Light source
Micrometer
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Procedure Illustration
6 Match the optical receiving and optical emitting
images.
(1) Loosen the 3 position adjustment screws and
move the optical receiving base to match the
optical receiving and optical emitting images.
(2) The position offset must be within 1/10.
Optical receiving Optical emitting
Within 1/10
Circular
Chopper
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(2) Telemeter axis and telescope optical axis adjustment
This aligns the telemeter axis with the telescope optical axis.
Procedure Illustration
1
2
3
4
Place the instrument on the collimator base.
Objective focusing
Turn the objective lens unit and collimate infinity
and 1.3m.
Perpendicularity check of horizontal axis and line
of sight.
If the perpendicularity is off, adjust with the left
and right reticle adjustment screws.
[Refer to APPENDIX1-1 Theodolite System Accu-
racy Inspection (P. APPENDIX-3).]
Install the optical axis adjustment light source
(ST-DA-16).
Optical emitting side
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Procedure Illustration
5
6
7
Set the chopper to distance measurement side by
using the tool (ST-DK-05). While viewing from
the objective side, a 0.5 point of light should be
visible on either half of the lens.
EDM axis alignment
Move the dichroic holder and the base to align the
optical emitting image with the center of the scale.
(1) Face the EDM base toward the collimator and
move it forward and backward. The optical
emitting image will then move right and left.
(2) Move the dichroic holder in the turning direc-
tion.
The optical emitting image will then move up
and down.
Use the dichroic holder to move the image by
1' in the vertical direction. In other cases,
you can use the up/down reticle adjustment
screws.
EDM focusing
Turn the objective lens unit and adjust while look-
ing through the servicing collimator's eyepiece.
To focus the EDM axis, adjust the optical emitting
image to be fit to the center of the scale while
monitoring the result of turning the objective lens
unit. When the objective unit and the dichroic
holder are moved, the intersection of the horizon-
tal axis and line of sight will be incorrect. There-
fore, readjust so that the EDM axis (optical
emitting image) is fit to the center of the scale.
Alignment accuracy of 50" or less.
Note: After the adjustment, the height zero
position will be incorrect. Be sure to exe-
cute Vertical zero position adjustment:
Vertical angle offset setting (P. 8-8).
6'
Optical emitting fiber
Distance measurement side
Chopper
Dichroic holder
Dichroic holder mounting screw
Left, right
Optical
emitting image
50" or less
Chopper
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12. UPLOAD OF SOFTWARES
The instrument of the GTS-100N series operates with the following software configuration.
Execute upload of the softwares according to the order of precedence as shown below.
MAIN P. 12-2
Language 1 ~ 3 P. 12-10
Font P. 12-16
* The English display configuration data and the 1-byte font are packaged in the MAIN software.
* Version up is not performed for the EDM software.
* The Font file does not have the version number.
Software Unit Description
MAIN CPU UNIT Software to control the angular measurement, tilt, and EDM, to dis-
play on the screen, and to control the power supply, keyboard and
communication, etc.
Language 1 CPU UNIT Software for the display configuration data applicable to a variety of
languages (1)
Language 2 CPU UNIT Software for the display configuration data applicable to a variety of
languages (2)
Language 3 CPU UNIT Software for the display configuration data applicable to a variety of
languages (3)
Font CPU UNIT Software for the 2-byte font data
EDM D-OSC UNIT Software to control EDM
1
2
3
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12-1 Check of Software Version
Tools to be used: Constant-voltage power supply (ST-PS-01) and power cable (ST-PK-02)
MAIN Language software
Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
1 Set the constant-voltage power sup-
ply to 8.50.1V.
2 Connect the instrument to the con-
stant-voltage power supply (ST-PS-
01) with the power cable (ST-PK-02)
and the tool power supply (ST-DA-
34).
3 As pressing the [MENU] key, press
the [POWER] key to turn on the
power. The versions of the MAIN
software and the language files are
displayed.
After a few seconds, the check sum is
displayed at the upper right on the
screen.
4 Check the version of the MAIN soft-
ware and the check sum.
* If the check sum is not correct,
upload is not normally finished.
Perform upload again.
5 Press the [POWER] key to turn off
the power.
1
[MENU]
+
[POWER]
Ver. S1.02
Jp2.27
CN2.27
EXIT
Ver. S1.02 E75F
Jp2.27
CN2.27
EXIT
Language 1
Language 2
MAIN software
Ver. S1.02 E75F
Jp2.27
CN2.27
EXIT
Check the version.
Check the
check sum.
[POWER]
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EDM software
Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
1 Set the constant-voltage power sup-
ply to 8.50.1V.
2 Connect the instrument to the con-
stant-voltage power supply (ST-PS-
01) with the power cable (ST-PK-02)
and the tool power supply (ST-DA-
34).
3 As pressing the [F2] and [ANG]
keys, press the [POWER] key to turn
on the power. The factory mode is
displayed.
4 Press the [F4] (ENTER) key. The
factory mode menu is displayed.
5 Press the [F4] (P) key twice. "FAC-
TORY MODE [3/6]" is displayed.
6 Press the [F1] (EDM VERSION) key.
The EDM software version is dis-
played for a few seconds and then
"FACTORY MODE [3/6]" appears
again.
7 Press the [POWER] key to turn off
the power.
2
[F2]
+
[POWER]
[ANG]
+
<FACTORY>
LCD CONT
S.N.:123456
S.N. ENTER
[F4]
FACTORY MODE [1/6]
1:V ANGLE 0 OFFSET
2:TILT K,A
3:TILT OFFSET
[F4]
[F4]
FACTORY MODE [3/6]
1:EDM VERSION
2:EDM OFFSET
3:EDM COUNT DATA
[F1]
<EDM>
[Ver. 2.01]
[POWER]
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12-2 Upload of Softwares
Tools to be used: Constant-voltage power supply (ST-PS-01), power cable (ST-PK-02), F-4 cable, PC and
master CD
MAIN software
Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
1 Set the constant-voltage power sup-
ply to 8.50.1V.
2 Connect the instrument to the con-
stant-voltage power supply (ST-PS-
01) with the power cable (ST-PK-02).
3 Connect the instrument to PC with
the F-4 cable.
4 Turn on the power of PC and insert
the master CD.
5 Start the Windows Explorer.
6 Double-click the CD drive to open
the CD.
* The volume label name may not be
same because of the issue date of
the master CD.
7 Double-click the [GTS100N] folder
to open the folder.
1
[CD drive]
[GTS100N]
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Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
8 Double-click [GTSLOAD.exe] to
start "GTS loader".
9 Select the communication port to be
used by PC with the [ ] button of
the "Port" column.
* The initial setting is "COM1".
10 Set the communication speed
between PC and the instrument to
"38400" with the [ ] button of the
"Speed" column.
* The initial setting is "38400".
11 Click [Send] of "Program". The
upload status check display appears
and PC is in the upload waiting con-
dition.
[GTSLOAD
.exe]
[Send]
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Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
12 In the instrument, as pressing the [F3]
key, press the [POWER] key to turn
on the power. The loader mode is
displayed.
13 Press the [F4] (ENTER) key. The
loader menu is displayed.
14 Press the [F4] (Protocol) key. The
communication speed setting display
appears.
15 Make sure that the communication
speed is 38400bps and press the [F4]
(ENTER) key. The communication
speed is set and the loader menu
appears again.
* If the communication speed is not
38400bps, select "38400bps" with
the [F1] (DOWN) or the [F2] (UP)
key and then press the [F4]
(ENTER) key.
16 Press the [F1] (Program Area) key.
The mode selection display appears.
[F3]
+
[POWER]
<LOADER>
LCD CONT
DOWN UP --- ENTER
[F4]
Loader Menu
F1:Program Area
F2:DATA Area
F4:Protocol
[F4]
X-Modem protocol R
[38400]bps
DOWN UP --- ENTER
[F4]
[F1] or [F2]
Loader Menu
F1:Program Area
F2:DATA Area
F4:Protocol
Program Area
F1:Load
F2:Send
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Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
17 Press the [F1] (Load) key. The load
menu is displayed.
18 Press the [F1] (Program Load) key.
Upload starts from PC to the instru-
ment.
On the upload status check display of
PC, the display title [Send-wait] is
changed to [Sending].
The upload progress is displayed.
When upload is ended, the display
title [Sending] is changed to [Send-
wait] and PC is in the upload waiting
condition.
When upload is ended, the upload
finish check display appears on the
instrument.
[F1]
Load
F1:Program Load
F2:Language Load
F3:Font Load
[F1]
Program Loading
Load success
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Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
* If the display title [Send-wait] is
not changed to [Sending] on the
upload status check display of PC
when upload starts, upload is not
performed. Check the connection
and the communication setting
again.
19 On the upload status check display of
PC, click the [Cancel] button. The
upload status check display is closed
and the GTS-loader menu appears
again.
20 On the upload finish check display of
the instrument, press the [ENT] key.
The load menu appears again.
From now on, carry out the procedure
below if you want to perform upload
of the following files.
When you want to perform upload
of the Language file, perform Pro-
cedure 11 on P.12-11 and Procedure
18 and after on P.12-13.
When you want to perform upload
of the Font file, perform Procedure
11 on P.12-17 and Procedure 18 and
after on P.12-19.
21 Press the [POWER] key of the instru-
ment to turn off the power.
[Cancel]
[ENT]
Load
F1:Program Load
F2:Language Load
F3:Font Load
[POWER]
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Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
22 Refer to "12-1 Check of Software
Version" and check if upload is done
correctly.
23 Remove the power cable (ST-PK-02)
and F-4 cable from the instrument.
24 Click the [Exit] button on "GTS
loader" of PC. "GTS loader" is
ended.
25 Take out the master CD and turn off
PC.
Ver. S1.02 E75F
Jp2.27
CN2.27
EXIT
Check the version.
Check the
check sum.
[Exit]
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Language software
Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
1 Set the constant-voltage power sup-
ply to 8.50.1V.
2 Connect the instrument to the con-
stant-voltage power supply (ST-PS-
01) with the power cable (ST-PK-02)
and the tool power supply (ST-DT-34).
3 Connect the instrument to PC with
the F-4 cable.
4 Turn on the power of PC and insert
the master CD.
5 Start the Windows Explorer.
6 Double-click the CD drive to open
the CD.
* The volume label name may not be
same because of the issue date of
the master CD.
7 Double-click the [GTS100N] folder
to open the folder.
2
[CD drive]
[GTS100N]
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Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
8 Double-click [GTSLOAD.exe] to
start "GTS loader".
9 Select the communication port to be
used by PC with the [ ] button of
the "Port" column.
* The initial setting is "COM1".
10 Set the communication speed
between PC and the instrument to
"38400" with the [ ] button of the
"Speed" column.
* The initial setting is "38400".
11 Click [Send] of "Language". The
upload status check display appears
and PC is in the upload waiting con-
dition.
Example: Language 1 (Japanese dis-
play file)
* The English display file is pack-
aged with the MAIN software.
[GTSLOAD
.exe]
[Send]
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Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
12 In the instrument, as pressing the [F3]
key, press the [POWER] key to turn
on the power. The loader mode is
displayed.
13 Press the [F4] (ENTER) key. The
loader menu is displayed.
14 Press the [F4] (Protocol) key. The
communication speed setting display
appears.
15 Make sure that the communication
speed is 38400bps and press the [F4]
(ENTER) key. The communication
speed is set and the loader menu
appears again.
* If the communication speed is not
38400bps, select "38400bps" with
the [F1] (DOWN) or the [F2] (UP)
key and then press the [F4]
(ENTER) key.
16 Press the [F1] (Program Area) key.
The mode selection display appears.
[F3]
+
[POWER]
<LOADER>
LCD CONT
DOWN UP --- ENTER
[F4]
Loader Menu
F1:Program Area
F2:DATA Area
F4:Protocol
[F4]
X-Modem protocol R
[38400]bps
DOWN UP --- ENTER
[F1] or [F2]
[F4]
Loader Menu
F1:Program Area
F2:DATA Area
F4:Protocol
Program Area
F1:Load
F2:Send
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Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
17 Press the [F1] (Load) key. The load
menu is displayed.
18 Press the [F2] (Language File Load)
key. The Language load menu is dis-
played.
19 Press the [F1] (Area 1) key. Upload
starts from PC to the instrument.
* The Area number corresponds to
the Language number.
On the upload status check display of
PC, the display title [Send-wait] is
changed to [Sending].
The upload progress is displayed.
When upload is ended, the display
title [Sending] is changed to [Send-
wait] and PC is in the upload waiting
condition.
[F1]
Load
F1:Program Load
F2:Language Load
F3:Font Load
[F2]
Language File Load
F1:Area 1
F2:Area 2
F3:Area 3
[F1]
Language File Load
Area 1 Loading
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Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
When upload is ended, the upload
finish check display appears on the
instrument.
20 * If the display title [Send-wait] is
not changed to [Sending] on the
upload status check display of PC
when upload starts, upload is not
performed. Check the connection
and the communication setting
again.
21 On the upload status check display of
PC, click the [Cancel] button. The
upload status check display is closed
and the GTS-loader menu appears
again.
22 On the upload finish check display of
the instrument, press the [ENT] key.
The Language load menu appears
again.
From now on, carry out the procedure
below if you want to perform upload
of the following files.
When you want to perform upload
of the Language file, perform Pro-
cedure 11 on P.12-11 and Procedure
18 and after on P.12-13.
When you want to perform upload
of the Font file, perform Procedure
11 on P.12-17 and Procedure 18 and
after on P.12-19.
Load success
[Cancel]
[ENT]
Language File Load
F1:Area 1
F2:Area 2
F3:Area 3
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Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
23 Press the [POWER] key of the instru-
ment to turn off the power.
24 Refer to "12-1 Check of Software
Version" and check if upload is done
correctly.
25 Remove the power cable (ST-PK-02)
and F-4 cable from the instrument.
26 Click the [Exit] button on "GTS
loader" of PC. "GTS loader" is
ended.
27 Take out the master CD and turn off
PC.
[POWER]
Ver. S1.02 E75F
Jp2.27
CN2.27
EXIT
Check the version.
[Exit]
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FONT file
Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
1 Set the constant-voltage power sup-
ply to 8.50.1V.
2 Connect the instrument to the constant-
voltage power supply (ST-PS-01) with
the power cable (ST-PK-02) and the
tool power supply (ST-DA-34).
3 Connect the instrument to PC with
the F-4 cable.
4 Turn on the power of PC and insert
the master CD.
5 Start the Windows Explorer.
6 Double-click the CD drive to open
the CD.
* The volume label name may not be
same because of the issue date of
the master CD.
7 Double-click the [GTS100N] folder
to open the folder.
3
[CD drive]
[GTS100N]
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Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
8 Double-click [GTSLOAD.exe] to
start "GTS loader".
9 Select the communication port to be
used by PC with the [ ] button of
the "Port" column.
* The initial setting is "COM1".
10 Set the communication speed
between PC and the instrument to
"38400" with the [ ] button of the
"Speed" column.
* The initial setting is "38400".
11 Click [Send] of "2Byte Font File".
The upload status check display
appears and PC is in the upload wait-
ing condition.
[GTSLOAD
.exe]
[Send]
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Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
12 In the instrument, as pressing the [F3]
key, press the [POWER] key to turn
on the power. The loader mode is
displayed.
13 Press the [F4] (ENTER) key. The
loader menu is displayed.
14 Press the [F4] (Protocol) key. The
communication speed setting display
appears.
15 Make sure that the communication
speed is 38400bps and press the [F4]
(ENTER) key. The communication
speed is set and the loader menu
appears again.
* If the communication speed is not
38400bps, select "38400bps" with
the [F1] (DOWN) or the [F2] (UP)
key and then press the [F4]
(ENTER) key.
16 Press the [F1] (Program Area) key.
The mode selection display appears.
[F3]
+
[POWER]
<LOADER>
LCD CONT
DOWN UP --- ENTER
[F4]
Loader Menu
F1:Program Area
F2:DATA Area
F4:Protocol
[F4]
X-Modem protocol R
[38400]bps
DOWN UP --- ENTER
[F1] or [F2]
[F4]
Loader Menu
F1:Program Area
F2:DATA Area
F4:Protocol
Program Area
F1:Load
F2:Send
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Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
17 Press the [F1] (Load) key. The load
menu is displayed.
18 Press the [F3] (Font Load) key.
Upload starts from PC to the instru-
ment.
On the upload status check display of
PC, the display title [Send-wait] is
changed to [Sending].
The upload progress is displayed.
When upload is ended, the display
title [Sending] is changed to [Send-
wait] and PC is in the upload waiting
condition.
When upload is ended, the upload
finish check display appears on the
instrument.
[F1]
Load
F1:Program Load
F2:Language Load
F3:Font Load
[F3]

Font Data Loading
Load success
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Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
* If the display title [Send-wait] is
not changed to [Sending] on the
upload status check display of PC
when upload starts, upload is not
performed. Check the connection
and the communication setting
again.
19 On the upload status check display of
PC, click the [Cancel] button. The
upload status check display is closed
and the GTS-loader menu appears
again.
20 On the upload finish check display of
the instrument, press the [ENT] key.
The load menu appears again.
21 Press the [POWER] key of the instru-
ment to turn off the power.
22 Remove the power cable (ST-PK-02)
and F-4 cable from the instrument.
[Cancel]
[ENT]
Load
F1:Program Load
F2:Language Load
F3:Font Load
[POWER]
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Procedure
Key
Operation
Display Remarks
23 Click the [Exit] button on "GTS
loader" of PC. "GTS loader" is
ended.
24 Take out the master CD and turn off
PC.
[Exit]
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13. ADJUSTING MODE
13-1 Adjustment of Vertical Angle 0 Datum
If when measuring the vertical angle of target A at telescope position normal (direct) and reverse settings,
the amount of normal and reverse measurements combined is other than 360 (ZENITH-0), half of the dif-
ference from 360 is the error amount from corrected 0 setting. Carry out adjustment. As adjustment for
vertical angle 0 setting is the criteria for determining instrument coordinate origin, use special care for
adjustment.
Operating procedure Operation Display
1 Level the instrument properly with the plate level.
2 While pressing the [F1] key, turn power switch ON.
3 Press the [F1] key.
4 Collimate target A from the telescope properly in normal
setting.
5 Press the [F4] (ENTER) key.
6 Collimate target A in reverse telescope setting.
7 Press the [F4] (ENTER) key.
Measured value is set and carry out normal angle measure-
ment.
8 Check that the total amount of normal and reverse angular
travel is 360 collimating the target A by normal and
reverse positions.
[F1]
+
Power ON
ADJUSTMENT MODE
F1:V ANGLE 0 POINT
F2:INST. CONSTANT
F3:FRQ CHECK MODE
[F1]
V0 ADJUSTMENT
<STEP-1> FRONT
V: 9000'00"
ENTER
Collimate A
(Normal)
[F4]
V0 ADJUSTMENT
<STEP-2> REVERSE
V: 27000'00"
ENTER
Collimate A
(Reverse)
[F4]
<SET!>
V : 27000'00"
HR: 12030'40"
0SET HOLD HSET P1
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13-2 How to Set the Instrument Constant Value
To set the Instrument constant which is obtained in P. APPENDIX-6, follow as below.
Operating procedure Operation Display
1 While pressing the [F1] key, turn power switch ON.
2 Press the [F2] key.
3 Enter the constant value. *1), 2)
4 Turn power switch OFF.
*1) Refer to P. 8-5 for inputting the alphabet letters.
*2) To cancel the setting, press the [ESC] key.
[F1]
+
Power ON
ADJUSTMENT MODE
F1:V ANGLE 0 POINT
F2:INST. CONSTANT
F3:FRQ CHECK MODE
[F2]
[---][---][CLR][ENT]
INST. CONSTANT SET
INST. CONSTANT
: - 0.6 mm
INPUT --- --- ENTER
[F1]
Enter value
[F4]
INST. CONSTANT SET
INST. CONSTANT
: - 0.7 mm
INPUT --- --- ENTER
Power OFF
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13-3 Reference frequency check mode
The beam modulated by the reference frequency of EDM is emitted continuously.
This mode is used for frequency test mainly.
Operating procedure Operation Display
1 While pressing the [F1] key, turn power switch ON.
2 Press the [F3] (FRQ CHECK MODE) key.
3 Press the [F1] (EXIT) key.
The display will return to Adjustment mode menu.
[F1]
+
Power ON
ADJUSTMENT MODE
F1:V ANGLE 0 POINT
F2:INST. CONSTANT
F3:FRQ CHECK MODE
[F3]
FRQ CHECK MODE
EXIT
[F1]
ADJUSTMENT MODE
F1:V ANGLE 0 POINT
F2:INST. CONSTANT
F3:FRQ CHECK MODE
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14. REPAIR TOOL LIST
Item Tool Part No. Application Remarks
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Main unit Flexible wrench ST-TK-17 Axis set nut removal
Torque screwdriver ST-BA-06 Right/left metal and tilt unit
installation
Torque screwdriver ST-DA-45 Vertical axis unit installation and
removal
Telescope Fiber wrench ST-TF-02 Optical emitting fiber removal
Objective pulling tool ST-DA-14 Objective unit installation and removal
Objective plate wrench ST-DA-13 Objective unit installation and removal
Decoration ring turner ST-DA-12 Black-colored ring installation
and removal
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T
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Telescope Adjusting collimator ST-AC-01 Optical emitting/receiving positioning
Illuminator ST-ID-01 Optical emitting/receiving positioning
Optical receiving fiber adapter ST-ID-8A Optical emitting/receiving positioning
Optical axis adjustment light
source
ST-DA-16 Telemeter axis focus adjustment
Distance mea-
surement/
Angular mea-
surement
Digital storage oscilloscope ST-SY-05 Because the production of ST-
SY-04 is discontinued, we have
prepared the substitute.
Made by Tektronix:
Model No.TDS3032B
(H) angular measurement
LED lighting tool
ST-CD-01 (H) angular measurement posi-
tion adjustment
(V) CCD lighting tool ST-CD-02 (V) angular measurement posi-
tion adjustment
CCD display tool ST-DT-01 (H)/(V) angular measurement
adjustment
Connecting cable ST-GS-23 (H) angular measurement posi-
tion adjustment
Connecting cable ST-GS-24 (V) angular measurement posi-
tion adjustment
Tilt pull-out cable ST-GS-26 Tilt positioning adjustment
Circular/chopper operation
checking tool
ST-DK-05 Chopper/circular operation check
Power cable ST-PK-02 Power supply
Tilt counter ST-AL-18 Tilt positioning adjustment
Horizontal angle round rota-
tion tool
ST-HK-02 Horizontal angle round rotation
check
Constant-voltage power sup-
ply
ST-PS-01 Power supply
Tool power supply ST-DA-34 Power supply
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15. ADHESIVES AND LUBRICANTS
15-1 Adhesives and Application Locations
Collar:
Screw lock 1401
Collar:
Screw lock 1401
Packing joint:
Silicone (KE-347T)
Packing joint:
Silicone (KE-347T)
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15-2 Lubricants and Application Locations
(1) Plate unit
Joint unit: K-2
V ring: NB-52
Piston unit: SH-33
Vertical clamp unit:
MG-28
Horizontal clamp unit:
K-2
V ring:
NB-52
Steel ball: K-2
Vertical axis: K-4
V ring: NB-52
Center cover: SH-33M
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(2) Lens barrel unit
Internal Ass'y:
MG-28
Washer: SH-33M
Objective unit:
SH-33M
V ring:
SH-33M
Focusing ring:
SH-33M
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16. SPECIFICATIONS
Telescope
Length : 150mm
Objective lens : 45mm (EDM 50mm)
Magnification : 30
Image : Erect
Field of view : 1 30'
Resolving power : 3.0"
Minimum focus : 1.3m
Reticle illumination : Provided
Distance measurement
Measurement range
Condition 1: Sight haze with visibility about 20km (12.5miles) moderate sunlight with light
heat shimmer.
Condition 2: No haze with visibility about 40km (25miles), overcast with no heat shimmer.
Measurement accuracy
: (2mm + 2ppm D) m.s.e.
D: Measuring distance (mm)
Least Count in Measurement
Fine measurement mode : 1mm (0.005ft.) / 0.2mm (0.001ft.)
Coarse measurement mode : 10mm (0.02ft.) / 1mm (0.005ft.)
Tracking measurement mode : 10mm (0.02ft.)
Measurement Display : 12 digits : max. display 99999999.9999
Measurement Time
Fine measurement mode : 1mm : 1.2sec. (Initial 4sec.)
0.2mm : 2.8sec. (Initial 5sec.)
Coarse measurement mode : 0.7sec. (Initial 3sec.)
Tracking measurement mode : 0.4sec. (Initial 3sec.)
(The initial time will be different by a condition and set-
ting EDM off time.)
Atmospheric Correction Range : -999.9 ppm to +999.9 ppm, in 0.1 ppm increments
Prism Constant Correction Range : -99.9 mm to +99.9 mm, in 0.1 mm increments
Coefficient Factor : Meter / Feet
International feet 1meter = 3.28083989501 ft.
US SURVEY feet 1meter = 3.28083333333 ft.
Prism
Atmospheric conditions
Condition 1 Condition 2
Mini prism 900m (3,000ft) ----
1 prism 2,000m (6,600ft) 2,300m (7,500ft)
3 prisms 2,700m (8,900ft) 3,100m (10,200ft)
9 prisms 3,400m (11,200ft) 4,000m (13,200ft)
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Electronic Angle Measurement
Method : Absolute reading
Detecting system :
Horizontal angle : 2 sides
Vertical angle : 1 side
Minimum reading : 5" / 1" (1mgon / 0.2mgon) reading
Accuracy (Standard deviation based on DIN 18723)
GTS-102N : 2" (0.6mgon)
GTS-105N : 5" (1.5mgon)
Measuring time : Less than 0.3 sec.
Diameter of circle : 71 mm
Tilt Correction (Automatic index)
Tilt sensor : Automatic vertical compensator
Method : Liquid type
Compensating Range : 3'
Correction unit : 1" (0.1mgon)
Others
Instrument height : 176mm (6.93in) Base unit detachable
(Height from the tribrach dish to the center of telescope)
Level sensitivity
Circular level : 10' / 2mm
Plate level : 30" / 2mm
Optical Plummet Telescope
Magnification : 3
Focusing range : 0.5m to infinity
Image : Erect
Field of view : 5 (114mm / 1.3m)
Dimension : 336 (H) 184 (W) 172 (L) mm
(13.2 (H) 7.2 (W) 6.8 (L) in)
Weight
Instrument
(with battery) : 4.9kg (10.8 lbs)
(without battery) : 4.6kg (10.1 lbs)
Plastic carrying case : 3.4kg (7.5 lbs)
(Weight of the carrying case may be slightly different
due to specific market.)
Durability
Protection against water and dust : IP54 (with BT-G1)
(Based on the standard IEC60529)
Ambient Temperature Range : -20C to +50C (-4F to +122F)
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Battery BT-G1 (This battery does not contain mercury.)
Out put voltage : 7.2V
Capacity : 2300mAh (Ni-MH)
Number of cells : 6
Maximum operating time (when fully recharged) at +20C (+68F)
Including distance measurement : 8 hours (10,000 points)
Angle measurement only : 40 hours
Weight : 0.3 kg (0.7 lbs)
Battery Charger BC-G1B/C
Input voltage : AC120V (BC-G1B)
AC220V (BC-G1C)
Frequency : 60Hz (BC-G1B)
50Hz (BC-G1C)
Recharging time (at +20C / +68F)
Battery BT-G1 : 1.8 hours
Discharging time (at +20C / +68F)
Battery BT-G1 : 10 hours (in case of full charge)
Operating temperature : +10C to +40C (+50F to 104F)
Charging signal : Red lamp illumination
Refreshing signal : Yellow lamp illumination
Finishing signal : Green lamp illumination
Weight : 0.5 kg (1.1 lbs)
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APPENDIX
APPENDIX1. Inspection Procedure
Before starting repairs, use the following procedure to doublecheck the problem location. Before the instru-
ment is disassembled, carry out :
APPENDIX1-1 Theodolite System Accuracy Inspection
APPENDIX1-2 Telescope (EDM) System Accuracy Inspection
When you have located the problem, proceed with disassembly and replacement of the problem unit as
described in the repair manual.
Level the instrument.
Inspection/repair is ended.
Shipment
Theodolite
system accuracy
inspection
EDM
system accuracy
inspection
Repair the trouble part
according to trouble
shooting flow chart.
Repair the trouble part
according to trouble
shooting flow chart.
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APPENDIX1-1 Theodolite System Accuracy Inspection
Unit Item Inspection / Adjustment Procedure Standard
1 Perpendicularity
of plate level and
vertical axis
Inspection: Operate the leveling screw to center the bubble. Turn the
instrument in 180 to check the movement of the bubble.
Adjustment: Turn the level's adjustment nut to compensate for 1/2 the
offset, and turn the leveling screw to compensate for the
other 1/2.
1/4 gradua-
tion or less
2 Perpendicularity
of circular level
and vertical axis
Inspection: Check it at the same time with the above 1.
Adjustment: Turn the level adjustment nut until the bubble is centered.
1/3 gradua-
tion or less
3 Alignment of ver-
tical axis and opti-
cal plummet
telescope's line of
sight (optical
plummet accu-
racy)
Inspection: Collimate the object set 1m~1.5m away. The measured
value must be half the deviation when turning the instru-
ment in 180.
Adjustment: Turn the retile adjustment screw to correct for half the
deviation.
0.5mm or less
4 Reticle vertical
cross hair inclina-
tion
(Scale inclination)
Inspection: When aligning the telescopes upper or lower vertical
cross hair with the bottom cross hair, check the offset of
another cross hair.
Adjustment: Loosen the eyepiece cell set screw and align the reticle
vertical cross hair with the bottom cross hair.
One vertical
cross hair or
less
Adjustment nut
Adjustment nut
Set screw
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5 Perpendicularity
of horizontal axis
and vertical axis
(plumb line)
Inspection: Collimate the elevation angle collimator and then the
depression angle collimator. At that time, read the offset
from the vertical line at the normal and reverse positions
of telescope. The measured value must be half the differ-
ence between the read values at the normal and reverse
positions.
Adjustment: Slightly loosen only the right horizontal bearing screws
A, B, and C. Use a rod pin and turn the plumb line
adjustment screw to press and adjust the metal part.
10" or less
6 Perpendicularity
of horizontal axis
and line of sight
(double centering)
Inspection: Collimate one horizontal collimator, reverse the telescope
and collimate another collimator. Read the deviation at
each collimation. The measured value must be half the
deviation.
To eliminate the collimator's vertical error, when you
have done observation at normal and reverse positions,
add the normal and reverse deviation. The measured
value must be 1/4 the obtained value.
Adjustment: Turn the right and left reticle adjustment screws to make
the adjustment.
10" or less
7 Tilt sensor operat-
ing range
Inspection: Align the collimator scale with the reticle scale. Use the
vertical tangent screw to display [9000'00"]. Use the
leveling screw to incline the axis back and forth in 3' or
more from the vertical condition.
Adjustment: Carry out the tilt offset adjustment. If the operating range
cannot be corrected by offset adjustment, adjust the tilt
installation position.
TILT OVER
is displayed.
Unit Item Inspection / Adjustment Procedure Standard
B C
A
Not loosened
Loosen these screws.
Adjustment screw
Down Up
Amount of offset
Correction = Offset
Right and left
1
2
adjustment screws
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8 Tilt correction
accuracy
Inspection: Align the collimator scale with the reticle scale. Use the
vertical tangent screw to display [9003'00"]. Use the
leveling screw to align the collimator with the reticle
scale.
Adjustment: Carry out the tilt offset adjustment. If the correction
accuracy cannot be corrected by offset adjustment, adjust
the tilt installation position.
10" or less
9 Height 0 posi-
tion
Inspection: Align the collimator scale with the reticle scale and check
the error against the horizontal position [9000'00" (or
000'00")].
Adjustment: Carry out V ANGLE 0 POINT of the adjustment mode
(refer to the instruction manual). If the height 0 posi-
tion is not corrected by V ANGLE 0 POINT (error is
excessive), adjust the vertical scale installation position.
Install with the 3 set screws so that it is within 5 from
the height 0 position.
(Torque: 70N-cm (7kgf-cm))
10" or less
10 Alignment of line
of sight for sight-
ing collimator
Inspection: Catch the object with the sighting collimator. Then,
when collimating the object with the telescope, the offset
from the reticle center must be the measured value.
Adjustment: Loosen the sighting collimator mounting screw and turn
it right and left to correct.
Within 20'
Unit Item Inspection / Adjustment Procedure Standard
+5
-5
Set screw
CCD unit
CCD Ass'y mounting screw
Mounting screw
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APPENDIX1-2 Telescope (EDM) System Accuracy Inspection
APPENDIX1-2-1 Inspection of distance measuremet optical axis and telescope optical axis
Procedure Illustration
1
2
3
4
5
Set the instrument to the collimator.
Align the collimator's scale with telescope's ret-
icle.
Turn on the power.
Collimate from the collimator, and check if
there is a blinking red circular image.
Make sure the center of the red circular image is
deviated from the center of the collimator scale
by 1/7 (1'20") or less of the red circular image's
diameter.
Collimator scale
Red image
1/7 (1'20") or less
of the red circular
image's diameter
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APPENDIX1-2-2 EDM system inspection
(1) Linearity
30MHz is used for the distance measurement frequency of the instrument. The points for measurement are
different from the models of 15MHz.
Although there are several ways to check the linearity, the following is a simple and sure way.
Setting the base line site
The base line site is to be on solid ground (concrete, etc.). Avoid direct sunlight. A distance of about 20
meters must be allowed.
Set the point in a concrete block of at least 30-cm square.
As referring to the near distance measurement accuracy items shown on JSIMA102, set points for measure-
ment. The following table shows the example of point. The setting error must be 5 cm.
Use steel tape to measure the distance (reference value) of each point.
Accuracy must be 1 mm.
Measurement
Set up the instrument at the 0 m point, and prepare a check sheet as shown below and record the data for
each point. Record the data for 10 measurements at each point.
Measurement
Distance
1
6
2
7
3
8
4
9
5
10
Average

Reference
value
Error
x-
10.00m
10.004 4 5 4 4
10.0044 10.00544 -0.0010
5 5 4 4 5
11.25m +0.0010
12.50m -0.0010
13.75m -0.0030
15.00m -0.0010
30cm
3
0
c
m
Point
The entire surface may also be concrete
(indoor location is thereby allowed).
3
2
1
-1
-2
-3
10.00 11.25 12.50 13.75 15.00
(m)
(mm)
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After the measurements, check the instrument constant (S).
The instrument constant (S) can be obtained as follows:
Constant (s) =
To input the EDM instrument constant (S), follow the description of the instrument constant (S) input method
in this manual.
(2) Long distance linearity
Setting the base line site
At a distance more than 300 meters away, install two points to be used for setting the prism. Select a site
with favorable atmospheric conditions. Use three prisms.
Measurement
To measure the reference point, use the EDM and average the values from two or three EDMs.
For long distances, the distance will vary slightly (normally by 10 mm) due to the atmospheric conditions.
Therefore, calibrate the unit once a month.
Note : Also take the PPM correction into account.
(3) Measurement test
Make sure the specification measurement distance is satisfied.
1 1 1 3 1 +
5
------------------------------------------- 1mm =
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APPENDIX2. Precaution When Charging or Storing Batteries
The capacity of battery will be affected and its service life shortened in any of the following cases while it is
recharged, discharged or stored.
APPENDIX2-1 Recharging
Fig. 1 shows how ambient temperature at recharging is related to charging efficiency or how it affects the dis-
charge capacity. As seen from the figure, charging at normal temperature is best, and the efficiency decreases
as the temerature rises. It is best, therefore, to always recharge the battery at normal temperature to obtain full
use of battery capacity and enjoy maximum operation per charge. And the service life of your battery will be
shortened if it is frequently overcharged or recharged at high temperature.
(Note: 0.1C charge means that the battery is recharged with 0.1-time current against its capacity.)
APPENDIX2-2 Discharge
Fig. 2 shows the discharge temperature characteristics. Discharge characteristics at high temperature are the
same as those at normal temperature. The battery is likely to have the reduced discharge capacity as well as
lower discharge voltage when discharged at low temperature. And the service life of your battery will be
shortened if it is greatly overcharged.
(Note: 1C discharge means one with 1-time current over battery capacity.)
100
120
80
60
40
20
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0 10 20 30 40 50 60
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Ambient temperature when charging (C)
Fig. 1 Recharging
0.1C charge
Discharge : 0.2, E.V.=1.0V
Temperature at discharge : 20C
120
100
80
60
40
20
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Ambient temperature (C)
Fig. 2 Discharge
Charging: 0.1C16 hours
Charging temperature: 20C
0.2C discharge
1C discharge
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APPENDIX2-3 Storage
See Fig. 3 for how storing period at different temperature levels is related to the remaining capacity. The bat-
tery will lose its capacity as storage temperature rises and the storage period increases. This does not mean,
however, that the battery performance is damaged when the battery is stored. The battery, reduced in capacity,
will be restored once it is recharged. Always recharge your battery before use. And recharge and discharge
the battery 3 or 4 times to restore its capacity if it has been stored for a long period or at high temperature.
Storing at high temperature can adversely affect the service life of your battery.
Your battery has been fully charged before leaving the factory, but its capacity may be affected considerably
when it takes several months to reach you, if it is stored at high temperature area or passes through a high-tem-
perature region. Then, the battery must be recharged and discharged 3~4 times to fully restore its capacity.
And the battery should always be stored at normal temperature or lower if it will not be used for any long
period. This helps your battery have a longer service life.
100
80
60
40
20
0
0 1 2 3
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TOPCON POSITIONING SYSTEMS, INC.
7400 National Drive, Livermore, CA 94551, U.S.A.
Phone: 925-245-8300 Fax: 925-245-8599 www.topcon.com
TOPCON CALIFORNIA
3380 Industrial Blvd, Suite 105, West Sacramento, CA 95691, U.S.A.
Phone: 916-374-8575 Fax: 916-374-8329
TOPCON EUROPE B.V.
Essebaan 11, 2908 LJ Capelle a/d IJssel, The Netherlands.
Phone: 010-4585077 Fax: 010-4585045 www.topconeurope.com

TOPCON DEUTSCHLAND G.m.b.H.
Giesserallee 31, 47877 Willich, GERMANY
Phone: 02154-885-100 Fax: 02154-885-111 info@topcon.de
www.topcon.de
TOPCON S.A.R.L.
89, Rue de Paris, 92585 Clichy, Cedex, France.
Phone: 33-1-41069490 Fax: 33-1-47390251 topcon@topcon.fr
Frederic Mompou 5, ED. Euro 3, 08960, Sant Just Desvern, Barcelona, Spain.
Phone: 93-473-4057 Fax: 93-473-3932 www.topconesp.com
TOPCON SCANDINAVIA A. B.
Neongatan 2 S-43151 Mlndal, SWEDEN
Phone: 031-7109200 Fax: 031-7109249
TOPCON (GREAT BRITAIN) LTD.
Topcon House Kennet Side, Bone Lane, Newbury, Berkshire RG14 5PX U.K.
Phone: 44-1635-551120 Fax: 44-1635-551170
survey.sales@topcon.co.uk laser.sales@topcon.co.uk
TOPCON SOUTH ASIA PTE. LTD.
Blk 192 Pandan Loop, #07-01 Pantech Industrial Complex, Singapore 128381
Phone: 62780222 Fax: 62733540 www.topcon.com.sg
TOPCON AUSTRALIA PTY. LTD.
Unit 18, 4 Avenue of Americas Newington NSW 2127, Australia
Phone: 02-8748-8777 Fax: 02-9647-2926 www.topcon.com.au
TOPCON INSTRUMENTS (THAILAND) CO., LTD.
77/162 Sinn Sathorn Tower, 37th Fl.,
Krungdhonburi Rd., Klongtonsai, Klongsarn, Bangkok 10600 Thailand.
Phone: 02-440-1152~7 Fax: 02-440-1158
TOPCON INSTRUMENTS (MALAYSIA) SDN. BHD.
Excella Business Park Block C, Ground & 1st Floor, Jalan Ampang Putra,
Taman Ampang Hilir, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA
Phone: 03-42701068 Fax: 03-42704508
TOPCON KOREA CORPORATION
2F Yooseoung Bldg., 1595-3, Seocho-Dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul, 137-876, Korea.
Phone: 82-2-2055-0321 Fax: 82-2-2055-0319 www.topcon.co.kr
TOPCON OPTICAL (H.K.) LIMITED
2/F., Meeco Industrial Bldg., No. 53-55 Au Pui Wan Street, Fo Tan Road,
Shatin, N.T., Hong Kong
Phone: 2690-1328 Fax: 2690-2221 www.topcon.com.hk
TOPCON CORPORATION BEIJING OFFICE
Building A No.9, Kangding Street
Beijing Economic Technological Development Area, Beijing, China 100176
Phone: 10-6780-2799 Fax: 10-6780-2790
TOPCON CORPORATION BEIRUT OFFICE
P. O. BOX 70-1002 Antelias, BEIRUT-LEBANON.
Phone: 961-4-523525/961-4-523526 Fax: 961-4-521119
TOPCON CORPORATION DUBAI OFFICE
C/O Atlas Medical FZCO., P. O. Box 54304, C-25, Dubai Airport Free Zone,UAE
Phone: 971-4-2995900 Fax: 971-4-2995901
IRELAND OFFICE
Unit 69 Western Parkway Business Center
Phone: 01460-0021 Fax: 01460-0129
Lower Ballymount Road, Dublin 12, Lreland
TOPCON ESPAA S.A.
TOPCON CORPORATION
75-1 Hasunuma-cho, Itabashi-ku, Tokyo 174-8580, Japan
Phone : 3-3558-2520 Fax : 3-3960-4214 www.topcon.co.jp
Printed in Japan 0612-22TO 1