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Modern Hybrid of Positioning Technology
- Compact, lightweight, rugged design – capable of withstanding a 2 meter pole drop
- Five unique data communication options
- All signals, all satellites, all constellations
- Field tested, field ready IP67 design
- Compact form factor ideal for Millimeter GPS and Hybrid Positioning
- Revolutionary 9-axis IMU and ultra-compact 3-axis eCompass
- UHF or 915
Better things in smaller packages
The HiPer HR is smaller and lighter, but don’t let it’s small size fool you. It’s not only packed with the most
advanced GNSS technology, it is also built to withstand the harshest field environments. The HiPer HR is built
with a rugged magnesium-alloy housing, not weak plastic, so it can take the punishment of the job site.
Using Topcon’s patented Fence Antenna™ design and advanced GNSS chipset with Universal Tracking Channel
technology, the receiver automatically tracks each and every satellite signal above – now and into the future.
All signals, all satellites, all constellations — All in a compact, rugged design, with an integrated IMU and
eCompass. Only available on the Topcon HiPer HR.
TILT™- Topcon Integrated Leveling Technology
The HiPer HR incorporates a revolutionary 9-axis Inertial Measuring Unit (IMU) and an ultra-compact 3-axis
eCompass. This advanced technology compensates for mis-leveled field measurements out of plumb by as
much as 15 degrees.
Awkward shots on steep slopes or hard to reach spots
are now a breeze with TILT™.
Form and Function
The most advanced GNSS technology available, yet compact enough to fit in
the palm of your hand.
Designed to grow with you, unique electronic option files empower you
to activate available features instantly – increasing functionality as project
Standard with integrated cellular and LongLink™ wireless communication
modules, choose either long-distance UHF or convenient Spread Spectrum
radio as well.
Topcon’s full-wave Fence Antenna™ tracks all GNSS signals currently available
and is designed to track the constellations and signals of tomorrow.