Overview for the Electronic Digital Theodolite Transit (2-Second)
The CST/Berger DGT02 Electronic Digital Theodolite with 2-second accuracy is a reliable instrument for measuring angles with speed and precision. Featuring a vertical tilt sensor for consistent accuracy and powerful illuminated telescope with 30x magnification, this optical field surveying tool enhances productivity on the jobsite.
Angle Measurement Modes
This CST/Berger theodolite features an optional horizontal angle indicator, which beeps when the instrument reaches horizontal angle measurements at 0, 90, 180 and 270 degrees. Construction professionals can take either clockwise or counterclockwise horizontal angle measurements, with options for 5-second or 10-second angular readouts. You can also choose to measure angles in units of degree or gon, as well as switch to percentage of grade to express slope.
Easy to Set-Up
Setup of the DGT02 is simple and fast, with an optical plummet that lets you center the instrument over your control point without fumbling with a plumb bob. In addition, a detachable tribrach allows for convenient multiple setups on the jobsite.
LCD screens and keypads are conveniently located on either side of the device, enabling you to quickly access functions. It also has a built-in reticle illuminator, ensuring your work will continue no matter the lighting conditions.
Rugged and Long Lasting
The rugged water and dust resistant sealed construction of this theodolite comes with an IP54 environmental protection rating. Four AA alkaline batteries provides the DGT02 with up to 15 hours battery life. Battery power indicator is always shown on the dual-LCD screens, ensuring you are always aware of how much battery power is left.
This CST Berger theodolite packages comes with a hard carrying case, plumb bob, tool kit, drying cloth, rain cover, sunshade, batteries and 1-year manufacturer’s warranty.
What’s in the Box
CST/Berger DGT02 2 second electronic digital theodolite
Hard-shell carrying case
AA alkaline batteries (4)
Specifications for the Electronic Digital Theodolite Transit (2-Second)
|Diameter of Objective Lens (Aperture)||1.77 in (45mm)|
|Focus Distance||4.42 ft (1.3 m) to infinity|
|Field of View||1 degree 30 minutes|
|Ratio of Stadia Lines||1/100|
|Resolving Power||2.5 seconds|
|Length of Tube||6.1 in (155mm)|
|Reticule Illumination||Yes, on/off button|
|Quick Sites (Rough Sites)||Yes|
|Field of View||5 degrees|
|Focus Range||1.6 ft (0.5 m) to infinity|
|Minimum Reading||5/1(1mgon/0.5 mgon)|
|Unit of Reading/Measure||Degree / gon / V%|
|Display||Illuminated LCD Display|
|Circle Diameter||3.22 in. (82 mm)|
|Measuring Method/Reading System||Incremental|
|Plate/Tubular Bubble Vial||30 seconds/2 mm|
|Circular Bubble Vial||8 minutes/2 mm|
|Weight||9.7 lbs (4.4 kg) instrument only, 15 lbs with case|
|Dimensions||5.9 x 6.3 x 12.6 in. (150 x 160 x 320 mm)|
|Tripod Thread||5/8 x 11|
|Auto Shut Off||Optional, after 20 minutes or after 30 minutes|
|Power Source||4 AA alkaline batteries|
|Battery Life||15 hrs continuous use at 68°F (20°C)|
|Battery Life Alert||Visible alert|
|Alignment and Plumb||Yes|
|Anchor Bolt Positioning||Yes|
|Steel Column Placement||Yes|
|Basic Grade Work||Yes|
Display and Keypad
|Operating||-4°F to +122°F (-20°C to +50°C )|