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  • SURVEYING INSTRUMENTS

    Class 3R Laser Product OPERATOR'S MANUAL

    FX seriesFX-101FX-102FX-103FX-105FX-107

    Functional X-ellence Station

    21904 99020

  • Li-ion S Li-ion

    This is the mark of the Japan Surveying Instruments Manufacturers Association.

  • SURVEYING INSTRUMENTS

    Class 3R Laser Product

    FX seriesFX-101FX-102FX-103FX-105FX-107

    Functional X-ellence Station

    OPERATORS MANUAL

    Thank you for selecting the FX-101/102/103/105/107. Please read this Operators manual carefully, before using this product. FX has a function to output data to a connected host computer. Command operations from

    a host computer can also be performed. For details, refer to "Communication manual" and ask your local dealer.

    The specifications and general appearance of the instrument may be altered at any time and may differ from those appearing in brochures and this manual.

    The content of this manual may be altered at any time. Some of the diagrams shown in this manual may be simplified for easier understanding.

  • HOW TO READ THIS MANUAL

    Symbols

    The following conventions are used in this manual.

    [Softkey] etc. : Indicates softkeys on the display and window dialog buttons.

    {Key} etc. : Indicates keys on the operation panel.

    etc.: Indicates screen titles.

    Notes regarding manual style

    Except where stated, FX means FX-101/102/103/105/107 in this manual. The FX Series is available in "standard", "High Temperature", and "Low Temperature" models.

    Users with a "Low Temperature Model" should read the additional precautions specific to use under low temperatures.

    Low Temperature Model Low Temperature Models display the seal shown at right.

    Do not remove the Low Temperature Model seal from the instrument. This seal is used for model recognition by our engineers during maintenance.

    Screens and illustrations appearing in this manual are of FX-103 (with Bluetooth module and display on face 1 only). Face 2 display is available as standard or as a factory option depending on the country of purchase.

    Location of softkeys in screens used in procedures is based on the factory setting. It is possible to change the allocation of softkeys.

    Softkey allocation: "20.6 Allocating Key Functions" Learn basic operations in "4. PRODUCT OUTLINE" and "5. BASIC OPERATION" before you read

    each measurement procedure. For selecting options and inputting figures, see "5.1 Basic Key Operation".

    Measurement procedures are based on continuous measurement. Some information about procedures when other measurement options are selected can be found in Note ( ).

    : Indicates precautions and important items which should be read before operations.

    : Indicates the chapter title to refer to for additional information.

    : Indicates supplementary explanation.

    : Indicates an explanation for a particular term or operation.

    Low temperatureseal

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  • HOW TO READ THIS MANUAL

    KODAK is a registered trademark of Eastman Kodak Company. Bluetooth is a registered trademark of Bluetooth SIG, Inc. Windows and Windows CE are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. All other company and product names featured in this manual are trademarks or registered

    trademarks of each respective organization.

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  • CONTENTS

    1. PRECAUTIONS FOR SAFE OPERATION......................... 12. PRECAUTIONS .................................................................. 43. LASER SAFETY INFORMATION ....................................... 84. PRODUCT OUTLINE........................................................ 10

    4.1 Parts of the Instrument .............................................................. 104.2 Mode Structure .......................................................................... 134.3 Bluetooth Wireless Technology ................................................. 14

    5. BASIC OPERATION ......................................................... 165.1 Basic Key Operation .................................................................. 165.2 Display Functions ...................................................................... 205.3 Disk Capacity ............................................................................ 285.4 Inputting Characters using the Input Panel ............................... 29

    6. INSERTING USB MEMORY............................................. 307. USING THE BATTERY..................................................... 31

    7.1 Battery Charging ....................................................................... 317.2 Installing/Removing the Battery ................................................. 32

    8. SETTING UP THE INSTRUMENT.................................... 348.1 Centering ................................................................................... 348.2 Levelling .................................................................................... 36

    9. POWER ON/OFF.............................................................. 389.1 Resolving Software Issues ........................................................ 399.2 Configuring the Touch Panel ..................................................... 39

    10. CONNECTING TO EXTERNAL DEVICES ....................... 4110.1 Wireless Communication using Bluetooth Technology ............. 4110.2 Communication between the FX and Companion Device ......... 4510.3 Connecting to USB devices ....................................................... 4610.4 Connection via RS232C cable .................................................. 49

    11. FOCUSSING AND TARGET SIGHTING .......................... 5012. ANGLE MEASUREMENT................................................. 51

    12.1 Measuring the Horizontal Angle between Two Points (Horizontal Angle 0) .................................... 51

    12.2 Setting the Horizontal Angle to a Required Value (Horizontal Angle Hold) ............................................................. 52

    12.3 Angle measurement and Outputting the Data ........................... 53

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  • 13. DISTANCE MEASUREMENT........................................... 5413.1 Returned Signal Checking ........................................................ 5413.2 Distance and Angle Measurement ............................................ 5613.3 Distance Measurement and Outputting the Data ...................... 5713.4 REM Measurement ................................................................... 58

    14. COORDINATE MEASUREMENT..................................... 6014.1 Entering Instrument Station Data .............................................. 6014.2 Azimuth Angle Setting ............................................................... 6114.3 3-D Coordinate Measurement ................................................... 64

    15. RESECTION MEASUREMENT........................................ 6615.1 Coordinate Resection Measurement ......................................... 6715.2 Height Resection Measurement ................................................ 71

    16. SETTING-OUT MEASUREMENT .................................... 7616.1 Using the Guide Light ................................................................ 7616.2 Distance Setting-out Measurement ........................................... 7716.3 Coordinates Setting-out Measurement ..................................... 8216.4 REM Setting-out Measurement ................................................. 85

    17. OFFSET MEASUREMENT............................................... 8817.1 Single-distance Offset Measurement ........................................ 8817.2 Angle Offset Measurement ....................................................... 9117.3 Two-distance Offset Measurement ........................................... 93

    18. MISSING LINE MEASUREMENT..................................... 9618.1 Measuring the Distance between 2 or more Points .................. 9618.2 Changing the Starting Point ...................................................... 98

    19. SURFACE AREA CALCULATION.................................. 10020. CHANGING THE SETTINGS ......................................... 104

    20.1 Observation Conditions ........................................................... 10420.2 Instrument Configuration ......................................................... 10720.3 EDM Settings .......................................................................... 10920.4 Allocating User-defined Tabs .................................................. 11320.5 Customizing Screen Controls .................................................. 11520.6 Allocating Key Functions ......................................................... 11720.7 Changing Status Bar Icons ..................................................... 12020.8 Units ........................................................................................ 12220.9 Changing Password ................................................................ 12320.10 Restoring Default Settings ...................................................... 124

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  • 20.11 Date and Time ......................................................................... 124

    21. WARNING AND ERROR MESSAGES........................... 12522. CHECKS AND ADJUSTMENTS..................................... 129

    22.1 Circular Level .......................................................................... 12922.2 Tilt Sensor ............................................................................... 13022.3 Collimation ............................................................................... 13322.4 Reticle ............................................