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STEEL TAPE
 Specifications:  
Steel tape is made of steel. A tape measure is a portable measurement device used to quantify the size of an object or the distance between objects. 
 
Sizes are available:
(a) 15 meter, 13mm width,
(b) 15 meter, 9.5mm width,
(c) 30meter, 13mm width,
(d) 30meter, 9.5mm width,
(e) 3meter, 9.5mm width,
(f) 5meter, with bubble, Metallic wire braided,
(g) 15meter ,
(h) 30meter.
 

OPTICAL SQUARE
Specifications:  
A small hand instrument used by surveyors for laying off a right angle by means of two mirrors set at an angle of 45 degrees.
 

ELECTRONIC THEODOLITE
 Description:
Electronic Theodolite is a precision instrument for measuring angles in the horizontal and vertical planes. Theodolites are mainly used for surveying applications, and have been adapted for specialized purposes in fields like meteorology and rocket launch technology. 
 
Specification:
Magnification 30 x
Accuracy 2" 5" 10"
 
Min. Readout 1" or 5" 5" or 10
 
LCD 2 Sides
Comp. Range + 3
Data Port RS232C
Operating Time 8 hrs
Circular Level 8 per 2mm
Comp. Range + 3
Resolution 1"
Op. Temperature -20 c to - +45 c
 

VERNIER TRANSIT THEODOLITE
 Description:
The vernier theodolite is also known as a transit. In a transit theodolite or simply transit the telescope can be rotated in a vertical plane. Earlier versions of theodolites were of the non-transit type and are obsolete now. The vernier theodolite is also known as a transit theodolite.
Specification:
Magnification 3X
Minimum Focus 2.2 mtrs
Accuracy 20 sec & 10 sec
Effective Aperture 38mm-40mm
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RANGING ROD
 Description:
A ranging rod is a surveying instrument used for marking the position of stations, and for sightings of those stations, as well as for ranging straight lines. Initially these were made of light, thin and straight bamboo, or of well seasoned wood such as teak, pine or deodar. They were shod with iron at the bottom and surmounted with a flag about 250 mm square in size. Nowadays they are made of wood, metal or fibre glass. The rods are usually about 30 mm in diameter and 2 m or 3 m long, painted with alternating bands, such as red and white, red and yellow, or black and white, in lengths of 200 mm (i.e. one link length of metric chain), 500 mm, or one foot. These colours are used so that the rod can be properly sighted in case of long distance or bad weather. Ranging rods of greater length, e.g. 3 to 6 m, are called ranging or range poles, and are used for very long survey lines. 
 

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