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Leica GPS1200
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  • Page 1 Leica GPS1200 User Manual Version 6.0 English...
  • Page 2 The type and the serial number of your product are indicated on the type plate. Product Enter the type and serial number in your manual and always refer to this information identification when you need to contact your agency or Leica Geosystems authorized service workshop. Type: _______________ Serial No.:...
  • Page 3 Windows and Windows CE are a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation Trademarks • CompactFlash and CF are trademarks of SanDisk Corporation • Bluetooth is a registered trademark of Bluetooth SIG, Inc All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. GPS1200 Introduction...
  • Page 4 GPS1200 Introduction • This manual applies to all GPS1200 instruments. Differences between the Validity of this various models are marked and described. manual • The RX1200 is available as RX1210 or with touch screen functionality as RX1210T, RX1250X, RX1250Xc, RX1250T or RX1250Tc. The name RX1210 is used throughout the manual and may also represent the touch screen models.
  • Page 5 Reference program functions. Included are detailed descrip- Manual tions of special software/hardware settings and software/hardware functions intended for tech- nical specialists. Refer to the following resources for all GPS1200 documentation and software: • the SmartWorx DVD • http://www.leica-geosystems.com/downloads GPS1200 Introduction...
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    GPS1200 Table of Contents Table of Contents In this manual Chapter Page Description of the System System Components System Concept 1.2.1 Software Concept 1.2.2 Data Storage and Data Conversion Concept 1.2.3 Power Concept Container Contents Receiver Components User Interface Operating Principles...
  • Page 7 Working with the Clip-On-Housings for Devices Accessing Survey Application Program Guidelines for Correct Results Operation with a Typical Configuration Set Reference Station Overview Equipment Setup Getting Started with the GRX1200 Series Care and Transport Transport Storage Cleaning and Drying GPS1200 Table of Contents...
  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    GPS1200 Table of Contents Safety Directions General Introduction Intended Use Limits of Use Responsibilities Hazards of Use Electromagnetic Compatibility EMC FCC Statement, Applicable in U.S. Technical Data Receiver Technical Data 7.1.1 Tracking Characteristics of the Receiver 7.1.2 Accuracy 7.1.3 Technical Data...
  • Page 9 International Limited Warranty, Software License Agreement Index GPS1200 Table of Contents...
  • Page 10: Description Of The System

    To receive the satellite signals from the GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) satellites. LEICA Geo Office The office software including a series of help programs which support working with GPS1200. LEICA GNSS Spider The reference station software required to operate the reference station receivers of GPS1200.
  • Page 11 PPS, oscillator and NET port, for reference station applications GRX1200 GG Pro 14 L1, 14 L2 channels (GPS), twelve L1, twelve L2 channels (GLONASS), code and phase, real-time capable, with event, PPS, oscillator and NET port, for reference station applica- tions GPS1200 Description of the System...
  • Page 12 GPS1200 Description of the System The GX1230 GG, GX1230, GX1220 GG, GX1220, GX1200 with PPS/Event option and GRX1200 Series receivers use the GPS P-code signal, which by U.S. policy is liable to be switched off without notice. Phase measurements on L2 are ensured as these receivers automatically switch to patented tracking techniques.
  • Page 13 • LGO supports the GPS1200 and TPS1200+ instruments. It also supports all LEICA Geo Office other Leica TPS instruments. • LGO is based on a graphical user interface with standard Windows® operating procedures. • LGO provides the following functionality: Functionality...
  • Page 14 GPS1200 Description of the System The reference station software is known as LEICA GNSS Spider. It is required to LEICA GNSS operate the GRX1200 Series receivers. Spider • to connect from a PC to a GPS1200 • to automatically convert data to receiver locally or remotely.
  • Page 15: System Concept

    - the English language and two other languages. The English language is the default language and cannot be deleted. One language is chosen as the active language. GPS1200 Description of the System...
  • Page 16 GeoC++ development kit. programs Information on the GeoC++ development environment is avail- able on request from a Leica Geosystems representative. RX1200 For RX1210 and RX1210T. This software covers display, sound software and communication settings of the RX1210 and RX1210T.
  • Page 17: Data Storage And Data Conversion Concept

    Available capacity: 256 MB or 1 GB Unplugging connecting cables or removing the CompactFlash card during the meas- urement may cause loss of data. Always return to GPS1200 Main Menu before removing the CompactFlash card and switch off the instrument before removing cables.
  • Page 18 Data can be exported from a job in a wide range of ASCII formats. The export format is defined in Format Manager which is a PC tool in LEICA Geo Office. Refer to the online help of LGO for information on creating format files.
  • Page 19: Power Concept

    1.2.3 Power Concept Use the Leica Geosystems batteries, chargers and accessories or accessories General recommended by Leica Geosystems to ensure the correct functionality of the instru- ment. Power options Receiver Power for the receiver can be supplied either internally or externally. Up to two external power supplies can be connected using a Y-cable.
  • Page 20 GPS1200 Description of the System For permanent operations use Uninterruptible Power Supply units as a back-up in case of a main power failure.
  • Page 21: Container Contents

    Double arm for antennas of devices b) Allen key c) GEB221 internal battery d) Supplied stylus e) Antennas of device GX1200 with RX1210 and device such as radio g) Antenna and GAD31 adapter h) Cables GPS12_135 GPS1200 Description of the System...
  • Page 22 GPS1200 Description of the System Container for GX1200 receivers and delivered accessories part 2 of 2 a) Base for telescopic rod b) GHT39 holder for RX1210 on pole with grip for pole c) GEB221 internal battery d) GAD33 arm 15 cm...
  • Page 23: Receiver Components

    RX1200 attached. In this case, the receiver is turned on by holding down the ON/OFF button for 2 s or off by holding down the ON/OFF button for 4 s. A green steady light at the power LED indicates that the receiver is turned on. GPS1200 Description of the System...
  • Page 24: User Interface

    Press PROG. Turn instrument on The instrument can only be turned off in the GPS1200 Main Menu screen. Turn instrument off Press both USER and PROG simultaneously. Hold ESC for 2 s.
  • Page 25 ’Keyboard unlocked’ is momentariliy displayed on the Message Line. This is valid for RX1250. Switching between Leica SmartWorx software and Windows CE desktop a) Icon to start Leica SmartWorx software b) Windows CE desktop c) Task bar d) Start button RX12_33 GPS1200...
  • Page 26 GPS1200 User Interface Access Leica SmartWorx software THEN RX1250 is started the Leica SmartWorx software comes up automatically. Windows CE double click to display the Leica SmartWorx software. desktop is active SHIFT PROG ( ) to display the Leica SmartWorx software.
  • Page 27 Type the complete selection number in front of the item. ENTER or CONT (F1) are not required. Tap on the item. Selecting a page Appearance Description To select a page in a screen, do one of the following: PAGE (F6). Tap on the page tab. GPS1200 User Interface...
  • Page 28 GPS1200 User Interface Choicelists have various appearances. Appearance and selection from a choicelist Closed choicelist Appearance Description Selection Triangles on the right indi- Use the arrow keys cate further available to toggle through the list or choices. tap the triangles on the screen.
  • Page 29 ESC or tap . • A scroll bar is shown if necessary. • The functionality comprises adding, editing and deleting of items. • Listbox dialogues are explained in detail at appropriate places in the manuals. GPS1200 User Interface...
  • Page 30: Icons

    Icons show the current status information of the receiver. Description The icons provide information related to basic receiver functions. The icons that appear depend upon which GPS1200 receiver is used and the current receiver configuration. a) Position status Position of the...
  • Page 31 Displays the real-time device configured to be used and its Real-time device status. and real-time status Receiver is online in the Internet. Internet online status Displays the current position mode depending on the config- Position mode uration defined. GPS1200 User Interface...
  • Page 32 The status and source of the battery is displayed. The Battery remaining power in the battery is indicated by six levels. For GPS1200 receivers: • If two internal batteries are inserted, the battery with the lower voltage is used.
  • Page 33 The status of the SHIFT key is displayed. SHIFT Shows the quick coding configuration. Can be used with touch Quick coding screen to turn quick coding on and off. GPS1200 User Interface...
  • Page 34: Operation

    GPS1200 Operation Operation Equipment Setup The example given is for static operations. Equipment setup Step Description step-by-step Set up the tripod. Mount and level the tribrach on the tripod. Ensure that the tribrach is over the marker. Place and lock the carrier in the tribrach.
  • Page 35 Insert the height hook into the carrier. Measure the antenna height using the height hook. Press the ON/OFF button on the receiver for at least 2 s or PROG on the RX1200 to switch the receiver on. The receiver is now ready for operation. GPS1200 Operation...
  • Page 36: Battery

    +10°C to +20°C/+50°F to +68°F if possible. • It is normal for the battery to become warm during charging. Using the chargers recommended by Leica Geosystems, it is not possible to charge the battery if the temperature is too high.
  • Page 37 The batteries are inserted in the front of the receiver. Change battery step-by-step GPS12_085 Step Description Loosen the screw of one of the battery compartments. Open the cover of the battery compartment. GPS1200 Operation...
  • Page 38 Operation Step Description With the Leica logo facing upwards, slide the battery into the battery compartment and push upwards so that it locks into position. Close the cover of the battery compartment and tighten the screw. Repeat steps 2. to 4. for the second battery compartment.
  • Page 39: Working With The Compactflash Card

    Failure to follow these instructions could result in data loss and/or permanent damage to the card. The CompactFlash card is inserted into a slot inside of battery compartment A on the Insert and remove front of the receiver. a CompactFlash card step-by-step Battery compartment A GPS12_086 GPS1200 Operation...
  • Page 40 GPS1200 Operation Step Description Loosen the screw of the battery compartment A. Open the cover of battery compartment A. The card should be held such that the arrow at the card is aligned with the arrow on the receiver. Slide the card firmly into the slot until it clicks into position. To avoid damaging the card or the reader, do not use force when inserting the card.
  • Page 41 PC. To exit the screen without formatting the memory device, press ESC. This returns to the previous screen. CONT (F1) YES (F4) to continue with the formatting of the selected device. GPS1200 Operation...
  • Page 42 GPS1200 Operation Step Description NO (F6) to not continue with the formatting of the selected device and to return to TOOLS Format Memory Device. Once the formatting of the card is completed the system returns to GPS1200 Main Menu.
  • Page 43: Working With The Clip-On-Housings For Devices

    Digital cellular phones fitting into a clip-on-housing a clip-on-housing Digital cellular phone Clip-on-housing Siemens MC75 GFU24 CDMA MultiTech MTMMC-C (US) GFU19, GFU26 CDMA MultiTech MTMMC-C (CAN) GFU25 Radios fitting into a clip-on-housing Radio Clip-on-housing Pacific Crest PDL, receive GFU15 Satelline 3AS, transceive GFU14 GPS1200 Operation...
  • Page 44 GPS1200 Operation The clip-on-housing for devices fits on either of the small sides of the receiver. Attach a clip-on- housing step-by- Step Description step Place the clip-on-housing into position such that the guide rails for the clip- on-housing on the receiver and the guide rails on the clip-on-housing are aligned.
  • Page 45 Insert the SIM card holder into the SIM card slot, the chip facing the connectors inside the slot. Place the SIM card screw back on the housing. Insert the coin into the groove of the SIM card screw. GPS1200 Operation...
  • Page 46 GPS1200 Operation Step Description Turn the coin clockwise to tighten the SIM card screw.
  • Page 47 GPS12_088 Step Description Take a coin and a pen. Locate the SIM card screw, that covers the SIM card slot, on the bottom of the clip-on-housing. Insert the coin into the groove of the SIM card screw. GPS1200 Operation...
  • Page 48 GPS1200 Operation Step Description Turn the coin anticlockwise to loosen the SIM card screw. Remove the SIM card screw from the housing. Using the pen, press the small button of the SIM card slot to eject the SIM card holder.
  • Page 49 Each clip-on-housing for a radio, digital cellular phones or bluetooth communication has Light Emitting Diode indicators on the bottom side. They indicate the basic device status. Diagram a) Warning LED, available for Satelline 3AS b) Data transfer LED c) Signal strength LED d) Power LED GPS12_089 GPS1200 Operation...
  • Page 50 GPS1200 Operation Description of the LED’s IF the THEN Warning GFU14 with the device is in the configuration Satelline 3AS mode controlled from the PC via cable. Data any device data is not being transferred. transfer green or flashing data is being transferred.
  • Page 51 Packet switched data transfer is short break in progress. device is off. GFU15 with red or flashing red the communication link, Data Pacific Crest Carrier Detection, is okay on the roving receiver. the DCD is not okay. GPS1200 Operation...
  • Page 52 GPS1200 Operation IF the THEN GFU14 with red or flashing red the communication link, Data Satelline 3AS Carrier Detection, is okay on the roving receiver. the DCD is not okay. Power any device power is off. green power is okay.
  • Page 53: Accessing Survey Application Program

    To accept changes and access the subsequent screen. The chosen settings become active. CONF (F2) Available for <R-Time Mode: None> and <R-Time Mode: Rover>. To configure auto points and hidden point measurements. CSYS (F6) To select a different coordinate system. GPS1200 Operation...
  • Page 54 GPS1200 Operation Description of fields Field Option Description Choicelist The active job. All jobs from Main Menu: <Job:> Manage...\Jobs can be selected. Output The coordinate system currently attached to the <Coord selected <Job:>. System:> Choicelist No codes are stored in the selected <Job:>. All <Codelist:>...
  • Page 55 Next step CONT (F1) accepts the changes and accesses, depending on the selected <Config Set:>, SURVEY Survey: Job Name or SURVEY Survey Set Up Reference Station. Measurements can be performed with OCUPY (F1), STOP (F1) and STORE (F1). GPS1200 Operation...
  • Page 56: Guidelines For Correct Results

    GPS1200 Operation Guidelines for Correct Results Successful GNSS surveys require undisturbed satellite signal reception, especially Undisturbed satel- at the receiver which serves as a reference. Set up the receivers in locations which lite signal recep- are free of obstructions such as trees, buildings or mountains.
  • Page 57: Operation With A Typical Configuration Set

    <Sat System:> (selection <GPS Only> or <GPS & GLONASS>) and <L2C Tracking:> (selection <Automatic> or <Always Track>). Start the Survey application program. SURVEY Survey Begin <Job: Default> <Coord System: WGS 1984> <Codelist: <None>> <Config Set:> Select a configuration set for static operations. GPS1200 Operation...
  • Page 58 GPS1200 Operation Step Description <Antenna: AX1202 GG> CONT (F1) SURVEY Survey: Job Name Type in the point ID and the antenna height. The position mode icon is the moving icon. This indicates that the antenna can be moved around and that no static observations are being recorded.
  • Page 59 SHIFT QUIT (F6) to return to from where SURVEY Survey: Job Name was accessed. ESC until in GPS1200 Main Menu. GPS1200 Main Menu PROG plus USER to turn off the receiver. Take down the equipment and put it back into the transport container.
  • Page 60 The antenna must not be moved while data is logged, otherwise the quality of post- processed coordinates is impaired. The CompactFlash card must be removed in GPS1200 Main Menu. If the card is removed when in any other screen all stored data might get corrupted, preventing...
  • Page 61 GPS1200 Operation...
  • Page 62: Reference Station

    GPS and GLONASS raw observations and status information. • can log or stream out data from specific external devices approved by Leica Geosystems, such as meteo and tilt, which can be directly output to an external remote control software package.
  • Page 63 MDB, RINEX and compact RINEX files. • have the same receiver and measurement performance as the other GPS1200 receivers. Refer to "7 Technical Data" for information on technical data. To operate for specific reference station applications, the GRX1200 Series is, Special features compared with the other GPS1200 receivers, equipped with some special features.
  • Page 64 Additional features for GRX1200 GG Pro: • Tracking of GLONASS observables All CompactFlash cards recommended by Leica Geosystems are supported. Storing Data storage data on a CompactFlash card enables subsequent data download and post- processing. Refer to "1.2.2 Data Storage and Data Conversion Concept" for infor- mation on available memory.
  • Page 65 Special commands from Outside World Interface or Leica Binary 2 format can be Commands for used to control the receiver. Documentation for OWI and LB2 is available on request remote control from the Leica Geosystems representative. GPS1200 Reference Station...
  • Page 66: Equipment Setup

    An example for an equipment setup for a reference station is shown in the following Equipment setup diagram. It is a basic serial setup with LEICA GNSS Spider, including a meteo/tilt device and a local radio to broadcast real-time data.
  • Page 67 GPS12_027 GPS1200 Reference Station...
  • Page 68 Meteo/tilt device with interface cable o) Cable to connect radio antenna Receiver GRX1200 Series p) PC for running LEICA GNSS Spider software or the web interface g) Weather protection radome for q) Ethernet cable for data transfer and...
  • Page 69 Cable connections are identical to other GPS1200 receivers. Additional cables are Cable connection available from Leica Geosystems for the specific oscillator and Ethernet ports on the GRX1200 Pro. Hold down the ON/OFF button on the receiver for at least 2 s.
  • Page 70 GPS1200 Reference Station Click on POWER DOWN in the Web Interface Tools menu. Turning the GRX1200 Series off and on again resets the receiver. The conse- Behaviour when quences are: turning off and on • If the configuration of the output is stored in the configuration set, standard NMEA messages are still output.
  • Page 71: Getting Started With The Grx1200 Series

    Refer to the seperate "GRX1200 Series - Getting Started" manual for more detailed information. The GRX1200 Series can either be operated with the RX1200 like the other Ways of operating GPS1200 receivers or by remote control, with its web interface or a reference station software. Operation Description...
  • Page 72 RX1200. Unavailable Any other application program available on GPS1200 such as Stakeout Refer to the relevant chapters in this manual or to the GPS1200 Technical Reference Manual for information on configuring and using the receiver.
  • Page 73 Operation Description By web interface • For the GRX1200 Series a web server is included in the receiver that allows remote control from any computer via TCP/IP or internet interface connection and web browser. GPS1200 Reference Station...
  • Page 74 GPS1200 Reference Station Configure a remote Remote interface to be configured Configure using interface connec- Standard default RS232 • Each port is by default a remote port. tion No specific receiver configurations must be done. • The default settings allow immediate...
  • Page 75 U.S. step-by-step Robotics 56k modem for port P1 on the receiver. Refer to the GPS1200 Technical Reference Manual for more information. Refer to the manual of the modem for infor- mation on the modem configuration.
  • Page 76 GPS1200 Reference Station Step Description DEVCE (F5) to access CONFIGURE Devices. PAGE (F6) changes to the Modem/GSM page. CONFIGURE Devices, Modem/GSM page Highlight Modem. NEW (F2) to create a new modem. CONFIGURE Device Type in a name and the port parameters for the modem.
  • Page 77 If connecting directly to a PC, a crossed Ethernet cable is required. The following step-by-step description shows how to configure a NET port and assign the remote interface to it. Refer to the GPS1200 Technical Reference Manual and to the "GRX1200 Series - Getting Started" for more information.
  • Page 78 If no, continue with step 12. USE (F6) and YES (F6) to close other interfaces configured on this port. Press CONT (F1) twice to return to GPS1200 Main Menu. The receiver is ready to accept an incoming call from a remote application.
  • Page 79 GPS1200 Reference Station...
  • Page 80: Care And Transport

    When transporting the product by rail, air or sea, always use the complete original Shipping Leica Geosystems packaging, transport container and cardboard box, or its equiva- lent, to protect against shock and vibration. When transporting or shipping batteries, the person in charge of the product must...
  • Page 81: Storage

    • Remove batteries from the product and the charger before storing. • After storage recharge batteries before using. • Protect batteries from damp and wetness. Wet or damp batteries must be dried before storing or use. GPS1200 Care and Transport...
  • Page 82: Cleaning And Drying

    GPS1200 Care and Transport Cleaning and Drying Use only a clean, soft, lint-free cloth for cleaning. If necessary, moisten the cloth with Product and acces- water or pure alcohol. sories Do not use other liquids; these may attack the polymer components.
  • Page 83 Wet connectors must be completely dry before attaching the dust cap. Connectors with dust caps GPS1200 Care and Transport...
  • Page 84: Safety Directions

    GPS1200 Safety Directions Safety Directions General Introduction The following directions should enable the person responsible for the product, and Description the person who actually uses the equipment, to anticipate and avoid operational hazards. The person responsible for the product must ensure that all users understand these...
  • Page 85: Intended Use

    • Modification or conversion of the product. • Use after misappropriation. • Use of products with obviously recognizable damages or defects. • Use with accessories from other manufacturers without the prior explicit approval of Leica Geosystems. GPS1200 Safety Directions...
  • Page 86 GPS1200 Safety Directions • Inadequate safeguards at the working site, for example when measuring on roads. • Controlling of machines, moving objects or similar monitoring application without additional control- and safety installations. Adverse use can lead to injury, malfunction and damage.
  • Page 87: Limits Of Use

    Local safety authorities and safety experts must be contacted before working in Danger hazardous areas, or in close proximity to electrical installations or similar situations by the person in charge of the product. GPS1200 Safety Directions...
  • Page 88: Responsibilities

    Geosystems, is responsible for supplying the product, including the user manual and product original accessories, in a completely safe condition. The manufacturers of non Leica Geosystems accessories for the product are Manufacturers of responsible for developing, implementing and communicating safety concepts for...
  • Page 89: Hazards Of Use

    Precautions: Periodically carry out test measurements and perform the field adjustments indi- cated in the user manual, particularly after the product has been subjected to abnormal use and before and after important measurements. GPS1200 Safety Directions...
  • Page 90 GPS1200 Safety Directions Because of the risk of electrocution, it is very dangerous to use poles and extensions Danger in the vicinity of electrical installations such as power cables or electrical railways. Precautions: Keep at a safe distance from electrical installations. If it is essential to work in this environment, first contact the safety authorities responsible for the electrical instal- lations and follow their instructions.
  • Page 91 Precautions: Always ensure that the working site is adequately secured. Adhere to the regulations governing safety and accident prevention and road traffic. Only Leica Geosystems authorised service workshops are entitled to repair these Warning products. If computers intended for use indoors are used in the field there is a danger of elec- Warning tric shock.
  • Page 92 Before transportation or shipping contact your local passenger or freight transport company. Using a battery charger not recommended by Leica Geosystems can destroy the Warning batteries. This can cause fire or explosions.
  • Page 93 Attach the external antenna professionally. The external antenna must be secured additionally, for example by use of a safety cord. Ensure that the mounting device is correctly mounted and able to safely carry the weight of the external antenna (>1 kg). GPS1200 Safety Directions...
  • Page 94 Always prevent access to the product by unauthorized personnel. Product specific treatment and waste management information can be downloaded from the Leica Geosystems home page at http://www.leica-geosystems.com/treat- ment or received from your Leica Geosystems dealer. If the product is used with accessories, for example on masts, staffs, poles, you may Danger increase the risk of being struck by lightning.
  • Page 95 If there is a risk of a thunderstorm, or if the equipment is to remain unused and unattended for a long period, protect your product additionally by unplugging all systems components and disconnecting all connecting cables and supply cables, for example, receiver - antenna. GPS1200 Safety Directions...
  • Page 96 GPS1200 Safety Directions Suggestion for design of a lightning conductor for a GNSS system: Lightning conduc- 1. On non-metallic structures tors Protection by air terminals is recommended. An air terminal is a pointed solid or tubular rod of conducting material with proper mounting and connection to a conductor.
  • Page 97 Air terminal arrangement, plan view a) Antenna b) Support structure c) Air terminal GPS12_059 GPS1200 Safety Directions...
  • Page 98 GPS1200 Safety Directions Grounding the receiver/antenna a) Antenna b) Lightning conductor array c) Antenna/receiver connection d) Metallic mast e) Connection to earth GPS12_060...
  • Page 99: Electromagnetic Compatibility Emc

    Warning Although the product meets the strict regulations and standards which are in force in this respect, Leica Geosystems cannot completely exclude the possibility that other equipment may be disturbed. There is a risk that disturbances may be caused in other equipment if the product is...
  • Page 100 Although the product meets the strict regulations and standards which are in force in this respect, Leica Geosystems cannot completely exclude the possibility that the product may be disturbed by very intense electromagnetic radiation, for example, near radio transmitters, two-way radios or diesel generators.
  • Page 101 Although the product meets in combination with radio or digital cellular phone devices recommended by Leica Geosystems the strict regulations and standards which are in force in this respect, Leica Geosystems cannot completely exclude the possibility that other equipment may be disturbed or that humans or animals may be affected.
  • Page 102: Fcc Statement, Applicable In U

    GPS1200 Safety Directions FCC Statement, Applicable in U.S. The grayed paragraph below is only applicable for products of the GPS1200 System Applicability without radio, digital cellular phone devices or Bluetooth. Warning This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rules.
  • Page 103 Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Leica Geosystems for compli- Warning ance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. Labelling GPS1200 Type: GX........
  • Page 104 GPS1200 Safety Directions Labelling RX1210 This device complies with Type: RX1210 ..part 15 of the FCC Rules....Operation is subject to the .
  • Page 105 This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired GPS12_103 GPS1200 Safety Directions...
  • Page 106 GPS1200 Safety Directions Labelling GFU19, Type: GFUXX ..GFU25, GFU26 ........
  • Page 107 This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation battery GEB211, is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device GEB221 must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. TPS12_082 GPS1200 Safety Directions...
  • Page 108: Technical Data

    GPS1200 Technical Data Technical Data Receiver Technical Data 7.1.1 Tracking Characteristics of the Receiver SmartTrack+/SmartTrack Receiver technology GX1230 GG/GX1230/GX1220 GG/ Dual frequency Satellite reception GX1220/GRX1200 Series: GX1210: Single frequency GX1230 GG/GX1220 GG/ 14 channels continuous tracking on L1 and Receiver channels GRX1200 GG Pro: L2 (GPS);...
  • Page 109 Carrier phase, C/A code Carrier phase, P2 code GRX1200 GG Pro Carrier tracking Condition GX1230 GG/GX1230/GX1220 GG/ GX1210 GX1220/GRX1200 Series L1, AS off or on Reconstructed carrier phase via Reconstructed carrier C/A code phase via C/A code GPS1200 Technical Data...
  • Page 110 GPS1200 Technical Data Condition GX1230 GG/GX1230/GX1220 GG/ GX1210 GX1220/GRX1200 Series L2, AS off Reconstructed carrier phase via P2 code L2, AS on Switches automatically to patented P code-aided technique providing full L2 reconstructed carrier phase GLONASS Condition GX1230 GG/GX1220 GG/GRX1200 GG Pro...
  • Page 111 Condition GX1230 GG/GX1220 GG/GRX1200 GG Pro Carrier phase smoothed code measurements: C/A code Carrier phase smoothed code measurements: P2 code Carrier phase and code measurements on L1 and L2 are fully independent with AS on or off. GPS1200 Technical Data...
  • Page 112 GPS1200 Technical Data GX1230 GG/GX1220 GG/ Satellites tracked GRX1200 GG Pro: Up to 14 simultaneously on L1 and L2 (GPS) + up to twelve simultaneously on L1 and L2 (GLONASS) + up to two SBAS (only GX1230 GX1230/GX1220/GRX1200 Series: Up to 14 simultaneously on L1 and L2 + up to...
  • Page 113: Accuracy

    Normal baselines with GX1230 GG/GX1230/GX1220 in post-processing GG/GX1220/GRX1200 Series plus AX1202 GG Static Kinematic Horizontal Vertical Horizontal Vertical 5 mm + 0.5 ppm 10 mm + 0.5 ppm 10 mm + 1 ppm 20 mm + 1 ppm GPS1200 Technical Data...
  • Page 114 GPS1200 Technical Data Long baselines with GX1230 GG/GX1230/GX1220 GG/GX1220/GRX1200 Series plus AT504/AT504 GG Static Horizontal Vertical 3 mm + 0.5 ppm 6 mm + 0.5 ppm Short baselines with GX1210 plus AX1201 Static Horizontal Vertical 5 mm + 0.5 ppm 10 mm + 0.5 ppm...
  • Page 115: Technical Data

    All receivers 0.212 0.166 0.079 Receiver weights without battery and radio: Weight Type Weight [kg] GX1230 GG/GX1230/GX1220 GG/GX1220/GX1210 GRX1200 Pro/GRX1200 GG Pro Data can be recorded on the CompactFlash card or in the internal memory, if fitted. Recording GPS1200 Technical Data...
  • Page 116 GPS1200 Technical Data Type Capacity [MB] Data capacity CompactFlash • 256 MB is typically sufficient for about card GPS only (8 satellites) • 1024 • 2000 h L1 + L2 data logging at 15 s rate Internal memory • •...
  • Page 117 Operating times will be shorter when working in cold weather. Equipment Operating time Type Radio Digital cellular phone Static 17 h continuously Rover Pacific Crest PDL, 11 h continuously receive Rover Siemens MC75 11 h continuously GPS1200 Technical Data...
  • Page 118 GPS1200 Technical Data Environmental Temperature specifications Type Operating temperature [°C] Storage temperature [°C] All receivers -40 to +65 -40 to +80 Leica CompactFlash -40 to +80 -40 to +80 cards, all sizes Battery internal -20 to +55 -40 to +70...
  • Page 119 3.3 V = High 50 Ω Impedance: Pulse length: 1 ms Leading edge: Coinciding with the beginning of each epoch. Positive/negative edge: Selectable via RX1200. Cable connectivity: Matched with an appropriate impedance of: 50 Ω Socket: LEMO ERN.0S.250.CTL GPS1200 Technical Data...
  • Page 120 GPS1200 Technical Data For GX1200 with PPS/Event option and GRX1200 Pro/GRX1200 GG Pro Event input Pulse type: TTL, positive or negative going pulse Pulse length: 125 ns at minimum Voltage: TTL level, ~ 5 V, min. 3.3 V Pin definition:...
  • Page 121: Antennas Technical Data

    GRX1200 Series where higher plane. Complies with IGS type precision is required. 'T' antenna, JPL design. For example static surveys of long Optional protective radome. baselines, tectonic plate moni- toring and reference stations. GPS1200 Technical Data...
  • Page 122 GPS1200 Technical Data Dimensions Type AX1201 AX1202 GG AT504/AT504 GG Height 6.2 cm 6.2 cm 14.0 cm Diameter 17.0 cm 17.0 cm 38.0 cm AX1201/AX1202 GG: TNC female Connector AT504/AT504 GG: N female All antennas: 5/8" Whitworth Mounting AX1201/AX1202 GG: 0.4 kg...
  • Page 123 27 dBi 29 dBi (typically) Noise Figure < 2 dBi < 2 dBi 3 dBi max 3 dBi max (typically) BW, -3 dBiW 30 MHz min 23 MHz min BW, -30 dBi 80 MHz max 100 MHz max GPS1200 Technical Data...
  • Page 124 GPS1200 Technical Data Environmental Temperature specifications Type Operating temperature [°C] Storage temperature [°C] AX1201/AX1202 GG -40 to +70 -55 to +85 AT504/AT504 GG -40 to +70 -40 to +70 Protection against water, dust and sand Type Protection AX1201/AX1202 GG IP67 (IEC 60529)
  • Page 125 Cable length Separation distance to antenna Supplied cable Optional cable from receiver ... lengths [m] lengths [m] GX1230 GG/GX1230/ AX1201/AX1202 GG 1.2 GX1220 GG/GX1220/ GX1210 GRX1200 Pro/ AT504/AT504 GG/ GRX1200 GG Pro AX1202 GG GPS1200 Technical Data...
  • Page 126: Rx1200 Technical Data

    GPS1200 Technical Data RX1200 Technical Data Display: 1/4 VGA (320 x 240 pixels), monochrome Control unit (RX1210/RX1250X) or color (RX1250Xc), graphics capable LCD, illumination, optional touch screen Keyboard: 62 keys including 12 function keys, illumination Angle Display: 360°’", 360° decimal, 400 gon, 6400 mil, V %...
  • Page 127 1360 h data logging at 15 s rate • 5440 h data logging at 60 s rate • 360000 real-time points with codes Power Type Consumption [W] External supply voltage RX1210 Nominal voltage 12 V DC ( Voltage range 11.5 V-28 V GPS1200 Technical Data...
  • Page 128 GPS1200 Technical Data Type Consumption [W] External supply voltage RX1250X/ 1.1/ Nominal voltage 12 V DC ( RX1250Xc Voltage range 11.5 V-28 V Bluetooth to SmartAntenna, digital cellular phone powered from GHT56 Internal battery Type Battery Voltage Capacity Operating time, typical...
  • Page 129 RX1200. Ports Type 8 pin LEMO-1 Special clip-on interface RX1210 For power and/or communication For power and communication to GPS1200 RX1250X/ For power and/or communication For communication to GHT56 RX1250Xc and GPS1200 GPS1200 Technical Data...
  • Page 130: Conformity To National Regulations

    • FCC Part 15 (applicable in US) Conformity to • Hereby, Leica Geosystems AG, declares that the RX1250 is in compliance with national regula- the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. tions The declaration of conformity may be consulted at http://www.leica-geosys- tems.com/ce.
  • Page 131 Ouput power Type Output power [mW] RX1250, Bluetooth Antenna Type Antenna Gain Connector Frequency band [dBi] [MHz] RX1250, Bluetooth Integrated antenna GPS1200 Technical Data...
  • Page 132: Receiver

    • FCC Part 15 (applicable in US) Conformity to • Hereby, Leica Geosystems AG, declares that the Receiver is in compliance with national regula- the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. tions The declaration of conformity may be consulted at http://www.leica-geosys- tems.com/ce.
  • Page 133 Output power Type Output power [mW] Receiver Receive only Type External GNSS antenna element (receive only) Antenna GPS1200 Technical Data...
  • Page 134: Gfu24, Siemens Mc75

    • FCC Part 15, 22 and 24 (applicable in US) Conformity to • Hereby, Leica Geosystems AG, declares that the GFU24 is in compliance with national regula- the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. tions The declaration of conformity may be consulted at http://www.leica-geosys- tems.com/ce.
  • Page 135 The product must be used with tion Rate (SAR) the recommended antenna. A separation distance of at least 20 centimeters should be kept between the antenna and the body of the user or nearby person within the intended application. GPS1200 Technical Data...
  • Page 136: Gfu19 (Us), Gfu25 (Can), Gfu26 (Us) Cdma Multitech Mtmmc-C

    GPS1200 Technical Data 7.4.4 GFU19 (US), GFU25 (CAN), GFU26 (US) CDMA MultiTech MTMMC-C • FCC Part 15, 22 and 24 (applicable in US) Conformity to national regula- • The conformity for countries with other national regulations not covered by the tions FCC part 15, 22 and 24 has to be approved prior to use and operation.
  • Page 137 The product must be used with tion Rate (SAR) the recommended antenna. A separation distance of at least 20 centimeters should be kept between the antenna and the body of the user or nearby person within the intended application. GPS1200 Technical Data...
  • Page 138 Agreement to prior authorization from Leica Geosystems. Such software is protected by copy- right and other laws and its use is defined and regulated by the Leica Geosystems Software Licence Agreement, which covers aspects such as, but not limited to, Scope of the Licence, Warranty, Intellectual Property Rights, Limitation of Liability, Exclusion of other Assurances, Governing Law and Place of Jurisdiction.
  • Page 139 You must not install or use the software unless you have read and accepted the terms and conditions of the Leica Geosystems Software Licence Agreement. Instal- lation or use of the software or any part thereof, is deemed to be an acceptance of all the terms and conditions of such licence agreement.
  • Page 140 GPS1200 Index Index AC, power supply unit ......... 19 Battery In Diagram ............68 Change in receiver ......... 37 Accuracy ............113 External, receiver ......... 117 Antennas ............121 For internal power supply ......19 Type ............. 121 Icon ..............32 Used with receivers ........
  • Page 141 Safety instructions .......... 39 Dimensions Connector, antennas ......... 122 Antennas ............122 Container contents ..........21 Receivers ............. 115 Conversion of data ..........18 RX1200 ............126 Documentation ............4 Drive OMNI ............. 18 PC card, on office computer ......18 GPS1200 Index...
  • Page 142 GPS1200 Index Electrical data, antennas ........122 GAT 3, antenna ..........135 Environmental specifications GeoC++ .............. 16 Antenna ............124 GFU19 .............. 136 Receiver ............118 GFU24 .............. 134 RX1200 ............128 GFU25 .............. 136 Equipment setup ........... 34, 66 GFU26 ..............
  • Page 143 Internal memory ..........17 Leica SmartWorx software on RX1250 Icon ..............32 Access ............26 Internal power supply .......... 19 Activate ............25 Internet online status, icon ........31 Exit ..............26 Minimise ............26 LGO ..............13 Keyboard ............. 24 Light Emitting Diode, clip-on-housing ....
  • Page 144 GPS1200 Index Power ..............19 RX1200 ............127 OFF button ............ 23, 35 Power supply unit OMNI drive ............18 AC, reference station setup ......68 ON button ............23, 35 Power, receivers ..........116 Operating times ..........117 PPS output ............119 Operation GRX1200/GRX1200 Pro ........
  • Page 145 SHIFT ..............33 Status, device ............. 49 Icon ..............33 Stop bit ..............74 Siemens MC75 Survey application program ........ 53 GFU24, technical data ......... 134 Switching, Leica SmartWorx software and Windows CE ............25 System software ..........13 GPS1200 Index...
  • Page 146 GPS1200 Index Temperature range Receiver, drying ..........82 Technical data ........... 108 Time, operating ..........117 Receiver ............115 Touch screen ............24 Temperature Tracking characteristics ........108 Antenna Transfer raw data to LGO ........18 Operating ..........124 Storage ........... 124 Battery internal Uninterruptible Power Supply ......
  • Page 147 GPS1200 Index...
  • Page 148 International Standards of Quality Management and Quality Systems (ISO standard 9001) and Environmental Management Systems (ISO standard 14001). Ask your local Leica Geosystems dealer for more information about our TQM program. Leica Geosystems AG Heinrich-Wild-Strasse...