Land surveying equipment for sale, which can measure the area and length of any shape (including hills, slopes and flat land). The digital land meter has a built-in 3.7V/2000mAH rechargeable lithium battery which can operate continuously for 9 to 10 hours, greatly saving the user's costs and ensuring long working hours.
- Model: ATO-NF-198
- Area Measurement Range: 0-999999 square meter
- Area Measurement Accuracy: 98%
- Length Measuring Range: 0-999999 m
- Length Accuracy: 1-3 m
- Power Supply: 3.7V /2000 mAh lithum battery
- Working Hours: 8-10 hours
- Dimension: 175 * 76* 28mm
- Weight: 145 g
- The land area meter measures the area and perimeter of any shape (including hills and slopes) and the length (i.e. length or distance) of any two points or any path.
- Once the measurement is complete, the value is displayed, the graphical trajectory is displayed and the price is calculated automatically.
- The land meter can save and record up to 100 historical data and graphical traces. You can look up, check and delete the history at any time.
- The land surveying equipment allows you to set the unit price of the area, the unit price of the length, the conversion factors for acres and square meters and to set the automatic and manual measurement methods.
- The GPS land meter can be connected to a PC to export and print data.
- The land surveying machine has integrated auxiliary functions such as money detection, night vision lighting, and backlighting.
Dimension (Unit: mm)
A land meter, also known as land surveying equipment, they are used to measure distances, angles, and elevations, and is commonly used in construction, engineering, and mining industries to establish property boundaries, create topographical maps, and determine the position of underground utilities. Land meters are also used in scientific research and environmental monitoring to measure changes in the landscape and to study soil erosion, sedimentation, and other geologic processes. Additionally, they are used in agriculture to measure crop yields and monitor the health of crops.
Tips: How does a land meter work?
A land meter, also known as a land surveying instrument, is a tool used by land surveyors to measure distances, angles, and elevations on a piece of land. There are different types of land meters, but one of the most common is the total station, which is an electronic device that integrates a theodolite (for measuring angles) and a distance meter (for measuring distances).
The total station emits a beam of infrared light towards a prism located on a surveying rod, which reflects the light back to the total station. The time it takes for the light to travel to the prism and back is used to calculate the distance between the total station and the surveying rod.
In addition to measuring distances, the total station also measures angles using a vertical and horizontal axis. The land surveyor can use these angles to calculate the position of a point on the land, as well as the elevation of that point relative to a known elevation.
The data collected by the total station is recorded and processed using specialized software to create a detailed map of the land, known as a topographic map. This map can be used for a variety of purposes, such as planning construction projects, determining property boundaries, and identifying potential hazards on the land.