Quickly adjust your tribrach-mounted prism height to the same as your instrument.
See how the height scale on a SECO leveling rod works.
This assembly features three prism offset positions, 0, -30 and -40 (nodal). The 62 mm prism is silver coated and has a <5-second accuracy.
SECO uses a Zygo interferometer to measure prism beam deviation. SECO prisms are accuracy-guaranteed to be <5 arc-seconds.
Shown here with the new 6600-10 Pin Pole and Mini Prism System, the tripod is a simple and easy solution. The tripod head features a ball-and-socket design for easy maneuverability. The rubberized jaws on the clamp hold a pole with up to a two-inch OD securely.
SECO’s Garett Rizzi takes you through the features of the 8278-Series ANSI Class 2 Safety Utility Vest.
Take a look at this Class 3 safety vest, designed in conjunction with surveyors of the California Department of Transportation.
This bag is designed to protect your SECO two-meter Snap-Lock Rover Rod.
Take a look at SECO compression locking prism poles.
Keep up to four rolls of flagging in the dispenser.