• Manual Total Station

Manual Total Station

  • Geomax - Zipp20 – Open WinCE®

Totally open Windows® CE
  • Supports any field software
  • Open for own development
  • Personalise your system
Totally connected
  • Integrated Bluetooth®
  • USB memory stick
  • Plug ’n Play Technology
Totally featured
  • 3.5’’ colour & touch display
  • 400 m non-prism range
  • Coaxial visible laser beam


Zipp20 – Open WinCE®
... operate it your way, store it your way, process it your way! Running fully open Windows® CE allows you to operate the field software of your choice onboard the Zipp20 – Open WinCE® Sies.

Featuring Microsurvey Field Genius, X-Pad, Carlson SurvCE or any localized field software, the Zipp20 allows you to work the way that best fits your needs.

With integrated Bluetooth® and the capability to connect to any tablet or data logger, the Zipp20 provides you highest flexibility.

All this combined in a system offering a colour & touch display, long range non-prism measurement and all your favourite Windows® CE applications make the Zipp20 the total station that “works when you do.”


Angle measurements
Accuracy 2”, 5”
Display resolution 1”, 5”, 10”
Method Absolute, continuous, diametrical
Compensation Dual axis
Distance measurements
Prism 3,000 m / 2 mm + 2 ppm
Reflectorless 3 mm + 2 ppm
Footprint 12 x 24 mm**
Physical specifications
Weight 5.3 kg***
Operating temp. -20°C to 50°C
Protection class IP54 dust- and waterproof
Humidity 95 %, non-condensing
Keyboard Full alphanumeric, user definable
Display 3.5” Quarter-VGA colour touch screen (320 x 240 pixel), 10 lines x 30 characters, illuminated
Bluetooth Device Class II
Memory size 2 GB, internal
Interface USB
Removable memory USB memory stick
Power supply
Internal battery Removable Li-Ion 4.4 Ah
Operating time 8 hours
Type Visible laser point
Accuracy 1.5 mm at 1.5 m instrument height
Operating system
Windows® Windows® CE
* Optimal conditions to Koday Grey Card (90 % reflectivity)
** At 50 m distance
*** w/o battery and tribrach

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