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New Tips and Tricks

Using a MiFi device with Trimble Access and a TSC3

Using a MiFi device with Trimble Access and a TSC3 Have you ever wanted to use a Mifi type device with Trimble Access and the TSC3, but weren't sure quite how it all might work? Of course, MiFi devices actually use WiFi as their wireless connection between itself and the Trimble data collector. Unlike other wireless modem devices (i.e. cell phones) in the past which relied on a Bluetooth connection between devices. This might have been the first point of confusion and then there is the next question - how do I get it all configured to work within Trimble Access. Read More

How to Check for Software Updates in Trimble Business Center

How to Check for Software Updates in Trimble Business Center View a short video will demonstrate how to check for important software updates in Trimble Business Center Watch Video

How to Create Points Using COGO in Trimble Business Center

How to Create Points Using COGO in Trimble Business Center View a short video will demonstrate how to create points using COGO functionality in Trimble Business Center. Watch Video

Aiming with Optics vs. Tracker

Aiming with Optics vs. Tracker The adjustment between the two optical axes, the telescope (Optical) and the Tracker, may differ. The difference will make it seem like the instrument does not point towards the center of the prism, when using Autolock. This is not a problem since the two axes have their own separate collimation data. It is however important to make collimation test for both axes. Read More

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