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  On average, theodolites rent 21.5 days for:


For 60 months
Created with Raphaël 2.1.2
  • $34

  • $34



For 48 months
Created with Raphaël 2.1.2
  • $40

  • $40



For 36 months
Created with Raphaël 2.1.2
  • $50

  • $50



Per Week
Created with Raphaël 2.1.2
  • $120

  • $125



Per Day
Created with Raphaël 2.1.2
  • $35

  • $40

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Features of theodolites

The theodolite is able to mount to a tripod, as with many other types of surveying equipment. The base features threading, so you should be able to mount it to just about any tripod with ease. The device features a telescope, which has a sight on top of it. This helps to align the target. It also has a focusing knob, and an objective lens. There are two main types of this device available – digital and non-digital. The non-digital options are still available in some locations, but they are not in use nearly as much today. The digital option is simpler and easier to use, and you can trust in the results.

How theodolites work

The tool is quite complex and works by using plumb bobs, a bubble level, and graduated circles as a means to find the right horizontal and vertical angles while performing a surveying project. You will be able to mount the device to a base to keep it stable while you are using it, and it has a number of controls so you can get highly accurate readings. Using this device can offer some nice benefits when compared with other types of leveling devices. Not only is it more accurate, it can offer up electronic readings. You can zero horizontal circles, or set them to any value you need. It is faster and more efficient, making it a great choice.

About theodolites

A theodolite is a tool used to measure angles in both the horizontal and vertical planes. While these are most commonly used in the field of surveying, they have been useful in other areas down through the years as well. They’ve been helpful in meteorology and even helping with rocket launches. They can make it much easier to lay out a building and to make sure that all of the lines, corners, and angles are perfect. The instruments tend to be very accurate.

Theodolite Applications

  • Surveying
  • Meteorology
  • Rocket launches
  • Navigating
  • Construction

Theodolite Manufacturers

  • Johnson
  • L&T Mechanical and Electrical Equipment Co. Ltd.

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