The Trimble EM940 dual band radio module is one of the most exciting radio products that Trimble has released in over a decade! The EM940 adds the ability to receive both 900 MHz and UHF (410 MHz 470 MHz) corrections to almost any Trimble RTK enabled GPS / GNSS receiver.
We outline and highlight the differences between Trimble's RTS series instruments for building construction. From the older RTS655 to the latest RTS873. Green vs red beam / Auto-focus, auto-leveling, VISION, DR Plus vs DR HP.
We test Trimble's budget-friendly GNSS receiver and were totally impressed by its performance in harsh GPS environments. The R2s advanced Floodlight technology seems to hold its own against the R10 and R12 with ProPoint technology. Is this the best Trimble receiver on the market?
We explain the difference between the Ranger 5 and TSC5. Both are both top-of-the-line survey controllers from Trimble that share nearly identical features, but the Ranger 5 is sold in two configurations. Choosing the right one for you can save money.
Stop losing time waiting on your instrument to find you! GPS Search is available in Trimble Access and works on the TSC3 and newer Trimble data collectors - without adding any new hardware! We show you how to get it set up and stop wasting time in the field.
With chip shortages affecting nearly every industry, some of our customers have had to get creative to keep their 3D systems working. Trimble has not been immune to production delays, so we decided to see how the ruggedized Samsung Tab Active Pro 10.1" compared to Trimble's TD520 display for Earthworks grade control systems
From the original R8 GPS receiver to the GNSS capable R8 Model 2, 3 and 4, through the latest R8s, we provide real-world experience and compare and highlight the differences between Trimble's R8 series receivers to help you make the best decision for your application and budget.
For this how-to guide we get connected through Bluetooth using Trimble Access to a Trimble R8 or R10. This process is the same for ALL Trimble GPS and GNSS receivers using Bluetooth, including R12, R10, R6, SPS881, SPS882, SPS985..etc
There are plenty of options for selling your used Trimble equipment. Some require more or less work than others, and some provide more value for your gear and your time. So, let's look at the best ways you can sell your used survey or machine control equipment.