Leica Survey Office PC software package. For TPS plus instruments an . TCR and TCRA version also use a TCx/ Leica TCRA plus Total Station Condition: used, very good and perfect working condition. Specifications: • Angle accuracy: “(mgon). Leica TCRA Plus Robotic Total Station –
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Leica TCRA 1103 Reflectorless Total Station
Based on your experience I would use these folks to fix an instrument if I was in that area. They did a good job and turned it around in a very timely manner.
I have dealt with Allen Precision a number of times and have always been happy with them, no complaints at all. Now, the vertical circle will not track as the 1013 is plunged.
May 8, 5: This post was to explain to Mr Karoly exactly what he could expect if repair was opted. The unit still is functional, hasn’t had much use the past three years due to extreme loss of boundary surveying in plua area.
Long story short they got the boards and installed them, then the acid test, no dice. May 9, 5: Hey we got the Instrument for plsu from Caltrans so if it costs a few grand to get it running it is still a bargain.
Thanks for your post.
It just displays the same vertical reading no matter what angle the telescope is at. There is a “hold” or “free” setting on the vertical angle, will hold the display after a distance measurement until stored or shot again. I asked what time they opened up the show there, he said 6 AM, I asked what would happen if I was sitting on their door step at 6 AM the next day. My shot was probably about feet, it suggested lower the light or use a longer distance, neither was practical.
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He said he reckoned he would have to do something about the instrument. Personally I would find a 16 hour drive to get my instrument repaired a “tale of woe” as Jerry did I usually ignore post like this but I cannot help but to reply because of the way the post was written and that I know the people at APE and Leica personally.
One catch the board was a new design and slightly different in size, so it would not fit in my instrument unless the board it was piggy backed on was replaced by a newer board also.
If anything, I saw it as good advertising that APE got right on it and eventually made it work before Jerry headed back to NC, that Leica was able to supply parts for the old machine to get it to work, and that APE and Leica were able to work together effectively in a short time frame to make it happen.
I suppose you might be able to get a reading from several hundred or more feet away, didn’t try that, so it might or might not.
Perhaps the “Tale of Woe,” is what set the reader off. Did you expect Leica had say So the TPS Plus was out of production in They told me that a module was bad that has something that might be considered a variable density filter was not functioning. I don’t think ours is that old. I’m a die hard Leica fan also, don’t see how the post can be seen as a complaint. While we are on the subject of hard work, I just wanted to tell you that I am a man who likes hard work.
They called Leica and they said we were in luck they had a new board that would solve our problems. I ain’t ever got no where, but I got there by hard work. Got there a bit after 11 PM drove over to Allen Precision to make sure that I would have no trouble finding the place. Rocky Mount, North Carolina.
We’re not out to win journalism awards or take out the industry magazines. Leica’s policy is to keep parts for 5 years after the end of production of a instrument. A long tale of woe. That was installed, takes ages and ages to install due to serial installation, took over two hours to install. The repair shop opens at six, they were not there at my behest. May 9, 1: