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CS25 Tablet Computer with Long Range Bluetooth

  04/05/2012
The Leica CS25 LRBT is the new model of Leica Geosystemsí Leica CS25 rugged tablet computer. The Leica CS25 LRBT offers the possibility to wirelessly connect to a remote device, such as a Leica Geosystems total station equipped with the RH16 Long Range Bluetooth radio handle. Such a feature was requested by many Leica Zeno GIS users.

 

 Leica CS25 LRBT rugged tablet computer

Now it is possible to perform an object-oriented survey in one-man operation, together with e.g. Leica MobileMatriX, without the need for external separate wireless radios, over a distance of up to 350m (1,150ft).

 


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Website: http://www.leica-geosystems.com/zeno
Supplier: Leica Geosystems

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