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     Leica GPS1200 Series Technical Data

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     GPS1200 Technical Data

     For reference station products please refer to the technical data for GRX1200 series receivers (746097)

     Summary Description

     GX1230 GG / ATX1230 GG

     Receiver type Dual-frequency, GNSS, geodetic, real-time RTK receiver Static, rapid static, kinematic On the fly L1 + L2, code, phase Real-time RTK standard Post processing DGPS/RTCM standard Survey, geodetic and real-time RTK applications

     GX1230 / ATX1230

     Dual-frequency, GPS only, geodetic, realtime RTK receiver Static, rapid static, kinematic On the fly L1 + L2, code, phase Real-time RTK standard Post processing DGPS/RTCM standard Survey, geodetic and real-time RTK applications

     GX1220

     GX1210

     Dual-frequency, GPS only, geodetic receiver

     Single-frequency, GPS only, survey receiver

     Summary of measuring, modes and applications

     Static, rapid static, kinematic On the fly L1 + L2, code, phase Post processing DGPS/RTCM optional Survey and geodetic applications

     Static, kinematic L1, code, phase DGPS/RTCM optional Survey and GIS applications

     System Components

     Receiver GX1230 GG / ATX1230 GG

     Receiver technology SmartTrack+ is built on SmartTrack technology and enhanced for GNSS signals. Code and phase multipath mitigation. Yes 72 channels 14 L1 + 14 L2 GPS 2 SBAS 12 L1 + 12 L2 GLONASS Carrier phase full wave length C/A narrow code Carrier phase full wave length with C-code and P-code (AS off) or P-code aided under AS Equal performance with AS off or on Carrier phase full wave length C/A narrow code Carrier phase full wave length P narrow code

     GX1230 / ATX1230

     GX1220

     GX1210

     SmartTrack ?C patented. Discrete elliptical filters. Fast acquisition. Strong signal. Low noise. Excellent tracking, even to low satellites and in adverse conditions. Interference resistant. Code

multipath mitigation.

     L5 and GALILEO prepared No. of channels

     Yes 14 L1 + 14 L2 2 SBAS

     Yes 14 L1 + 14 L2 2 SBAS (with DGPS option)

     Yes 14 L1 2 SBAS (with DGPS option)

     L1 measurements (GPS)

     Carrier phase full wave length C/A narrow code Carrier phase full wave length with C-code and P-code (AS off) or P-code aided under AS Equal performance with AS off or on No

     Carrier phase full wave length C/A narrow code

     Carrier phase full wave length C/A narrow code

     L2 measurements (GPS)

     Carrier phase full wave No length with C-code and P-code (AS off) or P-code aided under AS Equal performance with AS off or on No No

     L1 measurements (GLONASSS)

     L2 measurements (GLONASS)

     No

     No

     No

     3

     Independent measurements

     Fully independent L1 and L2 code and phase measurements Typically 30 secs

     Fully independent L1 and L2 code and phase measurements Typically 30 secs

     Fully independent L1 and L2 code and phase measurements Typically 30 secs

     Fully independent L1 code and phase measurements

     Time to first phase measurement after switching ON

     Typically 30 secs

     Receiver Housing ATX1230 / ATX1230 GG GX1230 GG / GX1230 / GX1220 / GX1210

     3: for power, tracking, memory 4 1 1 1 RS232 port Power only port TNC port for antenna PPS, 2 Event port optional

     LED status indicators Ports

     3: for power, tracking, Bluetooth 1 RS232 clip-on port 1 USB/RS232 port 1 Bluetooth port

     Supply voltage Power consumption

     Nominal 12V DC Range 10.5-28V DC Typically 1.8W, 150mA 186mm x 89mm

     Nominal 12V DC Range 10.5-28V DC Typically 3.2W, 270mA 0.212m x 0.166m x 0.079m (The dimensions are given for the housing without the sockets) 1.2kg

     Dimensions

     Weight, receiver only

     1.12kg

     GPS Antennas GX1230 GG

     Standard survey antenna AX1202 GG, L1/L2 SmartTrack+ Built-in groundplane 170mm x 62mm 0.44kg 29?À3 dbi AT504 GG choke-ring, L1/L2 GPS/GLONASS microstrip Dorne Margolin, JPL design. optional 380mm x 140mm (antenna) 4.3kg (antenna) 29?À3 dbi

     GX1220 / GX1230

     AX1202 GG, L1/L2 SmartTrack+ Built-in groundplane 170mm x 62mm 0.44kg 29?À3 dbi AT504 choke-ring, L1/L2 microstrip. (GPS only) Dorne Margolin, JPL design. optional 380mm x 140mm (antenna) 4.3kg (antenna) typically 27 dbi

     GX1210

     AX1201, L1 SmartTrack

     Groundplane Dimensions (diameter x height) Weight Gain Choke-ring antenna

     Built-in groundplane 170mm x 62mm 0.44kg typically 27 dbi No

     Design Protection radome Dimensions: diameter x ht Weight Gain

     SmartAntenna ATX1230 GG

     Standard survey antenna ATX1230 GG, L1/L2 SmartTrack+ Built-in groundplane 186mm x 89mm 1,12kg typically 27 dbi

     ATX1230

     ATX1230, L1/L2 SmartTrack Built-in groundplane 186mm x 89mm 1,12kg typically 27 dbi

     Groundplane Dimensions (diameter x height) Weight Gain

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     Controller ATX1230 GG / ATX1230 GX1230 GG / GX1230 GX1220 GX1210

     Type RX1210, RX1210T (with touch screen) for GX1230 GG/GX1230/GX1220/GX1210 RX1250 (with touch screen), RX1250c (with touch screen and colour display) for ATX1230 GG/ATX1230 1 ? 4 VGA, optional monochrome or colour, graphics capable, illumination Maximum 256 characters, extended ASCII characters set Toughened film on glass Full alphanumeric (62 keys), 12 function keys, 6 user-definable keys, illumination RX1210 0.48kg RX1250 0.75kg incl.GEB211 internal Battery SmartRover 2.79kg (all on the pole) GX1200 Rover 4.15kg (all on the pole) GX1200 Rover 1.80kg (weight of pole for Minipack setup)

     Display Character Set Touch screen (RX1210T only) Keyboard Controller Weights

     Total Weights of System

     Measurement Precision and Position Accuracies

     ATX1230 GG / ATX1230 / GX1230 GG / GX1230

     Important Note

     GX1220

     GX1210

     Measurement precision and accuracy in position and accuracy in

    height are dependent upon various factors including number of satellites, geometry, observation time, ephemeris accuracy, ionospheric conditions, multipath etc. Figures quoted assume normal to favourable conditions. Times required are dependent upon various factors including number of satellites, geometry, ionospheric conditions, multipath etc. GPS and GLONASS can increase performance and accuracy by up to 30% relative to GPS only. The following accuracies, given as root mean square, are based on measurements processed using LGO and on real-time measurements.

     Code and Phase Measurement Precision (irrespective whether AS off/on) ATX1230 GG / ATX1230 / GX1230 GG / GX1230

     Carrier phase on L1 Carrier phase on L2 Code (pseudorange) on L1 Code (pseudorange) on L2 0.2mm rms 0.2mm rms 2cm rms 2cm rms

     GX1220

     GX1210

     0.2mm rms 0.2mm rms 2cm rms 2cm rms

     0.2mm rms 2cm rms

     Accuracy (rms) with post processing ATX1230 GG / ATX1230 / GX1230 GG / GX1230

     With LEICA Geo Office L1/L2 processing software. GLONASS processing option also needed to process GLONASS data Static (phase), long lines, long observations, choke ring antenna Static and rapid static (phase) with standard antenna) Kinematic (phase), in moving mode after initialization Code only Horizontal: 3mm + 0.5ppm Vertical: 6mm + 0.5ppm Horizontal: 5mm + 0.5ppm Vertical: 10mm + 0.5ppm Horizontal: 10mm + 1ppm Vertical: 20mm + 1ppm Typically 25cm

     GX1220

     GX1210

     With LEICA Geo Office L1/L2 processing software

     With LEICA Geo Office L1 processing software

     Horizontal: 3mm + 0.5ppm Vertical: 6mm + 0.5ppm Horizontal: 5mm + 0.5ppm Vertical: 10mm + 0.5ppm Horizontal: 10mm + 1ppm Vertical: 20mm + 1ppm Typically 25cm

     Not applicable

     Horizontal: 5mm + 0.5ppm Vertical: 10mm + 1ppm Horizontal: 20mm + 2ppm

     Typically 30cm

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     Accuracy (rms) with real-time/RTK ATX1230 GG / ATX1230 / GX1230 GG / GX1230

     RTK capability Rapid static (phase), Static mode after initialization Kinematic (phase), moving mode after initialization Code only Yes, standard Horiz: 5mm + 0.5ppm Vertical: 10mm + 0.5ppm Horiz: 10mm + 1ppm Vertical: 20mm + 1ppm Typically 25cm

     GX1220

     GX1210

     No

     No

     Accuracy (rms) with DGPS/RTCM ATX1230 GG / ATX1230 / GX1230 GG / GX1230

     DGPS/RTCM standard DGPS/RTCM Typically 25cm (rms)

     GX1220

     GX1210

     DGPS/RTCM optional Typically 25cm (rms)

     DGPS/RTCM optional Typically 30cm (rms)

     Accuracy (rms) in single receiver navigation mode ATX1230 GG / ATX1230 / GX1230 GG / GX1230

     Navigation accuracy Degradation effect 5?C10m rms for each coordinate Degradation possible due to SA

     GX1220

     GX1210

     5?C10m rms for each coordinate Degradation possible due to SA

     5?C10m rms for each coordinate Degradation possible due to SA

     On-the-Fly (OTF) initialisation

     ATX1230 GG / ATX1230 / GX1230 GG / GX1230

     OTF Capability Reliability of OTF initialisation Time for OTF initialisation Real time and post processing Better than 99.99% Typically 8secs, with 5 or more satellites on L1 and L2

     GX1220

     GX1210

     Post processing only Not applicable Not applicable

     No OTF Not applicable Not applicable

     OTF Range* *Assuming reliable data-link is available in RTK case

     Typically up to 30km in normal Not applicable conditions Not applicable Up to 40km in favorable conditions

     Not applicable

     Position update and latency ATX1230 GG / ATX1230 / GX1230 GG / GX1230

     RTK and DGPS standard Position update rate Selectable: 0.05 sec (20Hz) to 60 secs 0.03 sec or less

     GX1220

     GX1210

     DGPS optional Selectable: 0.05 sec (20Hz) to 60 secs 0.03 sec or less

     DGPS optional Selectable: 0.05 sec (20Hz) to 60 secs 0.03 sec or less

     Position latency

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     Real-time RTK and DGPS/RTCM Data Formats

     ATX1230 GG / ATX1230 / GX1230 GG / GX1230

     Real-time RTK standard DGPS/RTCM standard RTK Data Formats for data transmission and reception RTCM Format for data transmission and reception Leica proprietary format CMR, CMR+ RTCM Versions 2.x supporting messages 1,2,3,9,18,19,20,21,22,23,24 And RTCM Version 3 2 real time output interfaces via independent ports, providing identical or different RTK/RTCM formats RTCM Versions 2.x supporting messages 1,2,3,9,18,19,20,21,22,23,24 And RTCM Version 3 RTCM Versions 2.x supporting messages 1,2,3,9 And RTCM Version 3

     GX1220

     GX1210

     DGPS/RTCM optional

     DGPS/RTCM optional

     Simultaneous transmissions

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     Data recording

     Recording rate Standard medium Optional medium Data capacity: Selectable from 0.05 to 300 s CompactFlash cards: 64MB, 256 MB, 1GB Internal memory for receiver: 64MB, 256 MB 64 MB is typically sufficient for about GPS only (8 satellites) n 500h L1+L2 data logging at 15 s rate n 2000h L1+L2 data logging at 60 s rate n 90??000 real-time points with codes GPS+GLONASS (8+4 satellites) n 340h data logging at 15 s rate n 1360h data logging at 60 s rate n 90?ä000 real-time points with codes

     Power supply for GX1200 receivers

     Internal battery Operation time Weight, GEB221 battery External battery, optional Operation time GEB221 rechargeable Li-Ion battery 3.8Ah/7.2V, 2 batteries fit into receiver 2 GEB221 power GX1200 receiver plus antenna plus RX1200 Controller for about 15h 0.2kg GEB171 7Ah/12V NiMh battery 1 GEB171 powers GX1200 receivers plus antenna plus RX1200 Controller for about 30h

     Power supply for SmartRovers

     Internal battery Operation time GEB211 rechargeable Li-Ion battery 1.9Ah/7.2V, 1 battery fits into ATX1230/ATX1230GG and 1 battery fits into RX1250/RX1250c 1 GEB211 powers ATX1230/ATX1230GG for about 5h 1 GEB211 powers RX1250 for about 11h 1 GEB211 powers RX1250c for about 10h 0.11kg

     Weight, GEB211 battery

     Operation of GX1200 receivers with and without controller

     Manual operation with RX1210 Controller Automatic operation without Controller LED Manual operation with RX1250 Controller Standard method. Receiver control, operation, data input, survey-data acquisition, information display via controller Automatic on switching on. Modes and parameters for receiver operation, measuring, recording,

    transmission etc preset using controller 3 LED??s indicate power, tracking, memory As an alternative the controller RX1250 in Terminal Mode can be used for manual operation of the sensor in exactly the same way as the RX1210

     Operation of SmartRovers with and without controller

     An RX1250/RX1250c Controller is always required to operate an ATX1230/ATX1230GG

     Navigation mode

     Navigation Full navigation information in position and stakeout displays Position, course, speed, bearing and distance to waypoint

     Environmental specifications

     Receivers

     Temperature, operating

     Valid for GX1210, GX1220, GX1230, GX1230 GG, ATX1230, ATX1230 GG

     -40?ãC to +65?ãC* Compliance with ISO9022-10-08,

    ISO9022-11-special and MIL-STD-810F Method 502.4-II, MIL-STD-810F Method 501.4-II *Bluetooth: -30?ãC to +60?ã

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     Temperature, storage

     -40?ãC to +80?ãC Compliance with ISO9022-10-08, ISO9022-11-special and MIL-STD-810F Method 502.4-I, MIL-STD-810F Method 501.4-I Up to 100%* Compliance with ISO9022-13-06, ISO9022-12-04 and MIL-STD-810F Method 507.4-I * The effects of condensation are to be effectively counteracted by periodically drying out the product IP67 Protection against blowing rain Waterproof to temporary submersion into water (maximum depth of 1m) Dust-tight, protection against blowing dust Compliance with IP67 according IEC60529 and MIL-STD-810F Method 506.4-I, MIL-STD-810F Method 510.4-I, MIL-STD-810F Method 512.4-I

     Humidity

     Protection against Water, Sand and Dust

     Drops Vibration Functional Shock

     Withstands 1m drop onto hard surfaces Withstands vibrations during operation on large civil construction machines Compliance with ISO9022-36-08 and MIL-STD-810F Method 514.5-Cat24 No loss of lock to satellite signal when used on a pole set-up and submitted to pole bumps up to 150mm

     GPS Antennas

     Temperature, operating

     Valid for AX1201, AX1202GG

     For AT504, AT504GG please refer to the technical data for GRX1200 series receivers (746097) -40?ãC to +70?ãC Compliance with ISO9022-10-08, ISO9022-11-05 and MIL-STD-810F Method 502.4-II, MIL-STD-810F Method 501.4-II -55?ãC to +85?ãC Compliance with ISO9022-10-09, ISO9022-11-06 and MIL-STD-810F Method 502.4-I,

    MIL-STD-810F Method 501.4-I Up to 100%* Compliance with ISO9022-13-06, ISO9022-12-04 and MIL-STD-810F Method 507.4-I * The effects of condensation are to be effectively counteracted by periodically drying out the product

     Temperature, storage

     Humidity

     Protection against Water, Sand and Dust

     IP66, IP67 Protection against water jets Protection against blowing rain Waterproof to temporary submersion into water (maximum depth of 1m) Dust-tight, protection against blowing dust Compliance with IP66 and IP67 according IEC60529 and MIL-STD-810F Method 506.4-I, MIL-STD-810F Method 510.4-I, MIL-STD-810F Method 512.4-I

     Drops Vibration

     Withstands 1.5m drop onto hard surfaces Withstands vibrations during operation on large civil construction machines Compliance with ISO9022-36-08 and MIL-STD-810F Method 514.5-Cat24 No loss of lock to satellite signal when used on a pole set-up and submitted to pole bumps up to 150mm Survives topple over from a 2m survey pole onto hard wood on a concrete floor

     Functional Shock

     Topple over pole

     Controller

     Temperature, operating

     Valid for RX1210, RX1210T and RX1250, RX1250c controllers

     -30?ãC to +65?ãC Compliance with ISO9022-10-06, ISO9022-11-special and MIL-STD-810F Method 502.4-II, MIL-STD-810F Method 501.4-II RX1250c (-30?ãC to +50?ãC) -40?ãC to +80?ãC Compliance with ISO9022-10-08, ISO9022-11-special and MIL-STD-810F Method 502.4-I, MIL-STD-810F Method 501.4-I Up to 100%* Compliance with ISO9022-13-06, ISO9022-12-04 and MIL-STD-810F Method 507.4-I * The effects of condensation are to be effectively counteracted by periodically drying out the product 9

     Temperature, storage

     Humidity

     Protection against Water, Sand and Dust

     IP67 Protection against blowing rain Waterproof to temporary submersion into water (maximum depth of 1m) Dust-tight, protection against blowing dust Compliance with IP67 according IEC60529 and MIL-STD-810F Method 506.4-I, MIL-STD-810F Method 510.4-I, MIL-STD-810F Method 512.4-I

     Drops Vibration

     Withstands 1.5m drop onto hard surfaces Withstands vibrations during operation on large civil construction machines Compliance with ISO9022-36-08 and MIL-STD-810F Method 514.5-Cat24

     Communication Module

     Humidity

     Valid for all Leica GFU based communication modules

     Up to 100%* Compliance with ISO9022-13-06, ISO9022-12-04 * The effects of condensation are to be effectively counteracted by periodically drying out the product IP67 Protection against blowing rain Waterproof to temporary submersion into water (maximum depth of 1m) Dust-tight, protection against blowing dust Compliance with IP67 according IEC60529 and MIL-STD-810F Method 506.4-I, MIL-STD-810F Method 510.4-I, MIL-STD-810F Method 512.4-I

     Protection against Water, Sand and Dust

     Drops Vibration

     Withstands 1.5m drop onto hard surfaces Withstands vibrations during operation on large civil construction machines Compliance with ISO9022-36-08

     NMEA output

     NMEA Data output format, internationally standardized format for data and position output, For real-time/RTK, DGPS, navigation positions, NMEA 0183 V2.20 and Leica proprietary

     NMEA sentences

     OWI interface

     Leica proprietary Outside World Interface, enables full remote control of GPS receivers by PC, PDA Protocol Versions Binary or ASCII

     Data links

     Support of various Radio modems and GSM/CDMA cellular mobile phones for RTK, DGPS or remote control operation modes No. of simultaneous data links Up to two data links can be attached simultaneously using Leica GFU housing, plus two generic data links, to be used with different sensor interfaces. Or up to four generic data links can be attached simultaneously. Any suitable radio modem with RS232 interface and operating in transparent mode Satelline 3AS integrated into Leica GFU housing Pacific Crest PDL receive-only integrated into Leica GFU housing Any suitable model Siemens MC75 mobile phone integrated into Leica GFU housing, 850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz. Multitech MTMMC CDMA phone integrated into Leica GFU housing, 800, 1900 MHz. Any suitable model

     Radio modem Recommended radio modems

     GSM phone modem Recommended GSM phone Recommended CDMA phone Landline phone modem

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     Coordinate systems

     Management of ellipsoids, projections, geoid models, transformation parameters Ellipsoids All common ellipsoids User-definable ellipsoids Mercator Transverse Mercator UTM Oblique Mercator Lambert (1 and 2 standard parallels) Soldner Cassini Polar Stereographic Double Stereographic RSO (rectified skewed orthomorphic

    projection) Other country-specific projections Upload geoid model from LGO Classical 7-parameter 3-D Helmert One step and two step (direct WGS84 to grid)

     Map projections User definable and country specific

     Geoid model Transformation in receiver

     Onboard Software

     User Interface Graphics: Icons: Status information: Function keys: User menu: Configuration Configuration sets: Displays masks: User menu: Hot keys: Coding Free Coding: Thematical Coding: Quick Coding: Line Work: Data Management Jobs: Points, lines, areas: Functions: Graphical representation of points, lines and areas Application result plots Icons indicating the current status of measure modes, settings, battery etc. Current position, satellite status, logging status, real-time status, battery and memory status Direct function keys for quick and easy operation User menu for quick access of the most important functions and settings

     Ability to store and transfer all instrument and application configuration settings for different operators, survey tasks etc. User definable measuring display User definable menu for quick access to specific functions User configurable hot keys for quick access to specific functions

     Recording codes with optional attributes in between of measurements Manual code entry or selection from a user defined codelist Coding points, lines and areas with optional attributes when measuring Manual code entry or selection from a user defined codelist Recording a measurement with a point code or free code by entering a alphanumeric or a numeric quick codefrom user defined codelist Recording additional point information which effects creating lines, curves, splines, areas

     User definable jobs containing measurements, points, lines, areas and codes Directly transferable to LEICA Geo Office software Creating, viewing, editing, and deleting points, lines and areas and codes Sorting and filtering of points, lines and areas Averaging of multiple points within user defined averaging limits

     Data Import & Export Data import:

     Data export: Standard application programs Survey:

     Character delimited ASCII files with point id, easting, northing, height and point code GSI8 and GSI16 files with point id, easting, northing, height and point code Direct onboard upload of DXF files for interactive maps and drawings User defined ASCII files with measurements, points, lines, codes

     Measuring points, lines and areas with codes and offsets n Auto Points: High-speed surveying for mass data acquisition by automatically logging points at a given time interval, minimum distance difference or minimum height difference n Hidden Point: The coordinates of

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