Why the Trimble RPT600?
Join us as we discuss the features and benefits of the Trimble RPT600, who it is best suited for, and why.
Features & Benefits
No matter where the tool is placed, set-up is fast and automatic. Set the RPT600 on a tripod or attach it to a stationary element on the worksite. Trimble Autostationing technology lets the system self-locate relative to the project you are working on. No leveling required.
Simplified Overhead Layout
Ceiling layout demands a tool that will go straight-up. With the unique twin handle design, the RPT600 delivers 300° of tilt for easy overhead measurements.
Step away from the instrument and see what the instrument sees right on your rugged tablet. Point, visualize, and position the instrument from wherever you happen to be standing.
Highly Visible Green Laser
The highly visible laser dot lets you measure without a prism on a wide range of surfaces.
Intuitive Layout Workflow
Trimble Field Link software guides you through each measurement step from start to finish. This consistent workflow ensures even inexperienced field crew can follow correct procedure every time.
Accurately and effectively collect points, lines and curves to create your own 3D project as-built or surface analysis.
See what the instrument sees. Using an integrated camera, Trimble Vision lets a field engineer quickly reconnect to a prism, photograph job site conflict areas, and store measurement coordinates for clear communication back to the office personnel managing the project.
In The Field
Who is the RPT600 best suited for and why?
The Trimble RPT600 was created specifically for common layout jobs on the construction site and it’s got everything you need to measure positions faster, more easily, and a high degree of accuracy.
The RPT600 meets all unique layout needs for:
- Walls and ceilings
- Concrete slabs
The RPT600 is best suited for these trades:
- Fire Protection