This section provides an overview for survey calculators as well as their applications and principles. Also, please take a look at the list of 10 survey calculator manufacturers and their company rankings.
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A survey calculator is a type of function calculator that has built-in formulas for survey calculations. With this calculator, one can simply enter the values measured in a survey and get the appropriate answer.
Some also have the ability to import data directly from surveying instruments, add the necessary calculation programs, and even store a large amount of calculation results.
Thus, a survey calculator can be used to improve the efficiency of your surveying operations.
Survey calculators are primarily used to perform complex calculations used in surveying and to store the results of those calculations.
Survey calculators are often used outdoors, including for civil engineering surveys. For this reason, they are built to withstand the elements, with high shock resistance, waterproofing, splash proofing, and dustproofing.
They are also designed to be easy to use so that users can perform calculations at any time during work. For example, some models have side keys, while others allow you to search for the program easily. You want to execute even with one hand, making them suitable for a wide range of on-site operations and contributing to improved work efficiency.
When surveying, the position of an object is determined by measuring its angle and distance. Survey calculators with a built-in program for survey calculations make it easy to perform complex survey calculations by simply entering the measured values.
Some survey calculators also allow you to add the necessary programs later, allowing you to perform a variety of arbitrary calculations. In addition, the calculations can be stored in the calculator's large memory.
Many survey calculators are designed for outdoor use. When surveying construction sites, there are many factors that can cause a precision calculator to malfunction, such as sudden changes in weather conditions, rain, or dusty conditions. To ensure trouble-free use in such environments, survey calculators are designed to be highly shockproof, waterproof, splash proof, and dustproof. Some are also backlit so that they can work in dimly lit places and at dimly lit times of the day.
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