Used Trimble VX 1” Robotic Spatial Station

Used Trimble VX 1” Robotic Spatial Station for sale, Calibrated, Yuma 2 tablet, MT1000 prism. Excellent ready to working condition
$ 6000
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Used Trimble VX 1” Robotic Spatial Station for sale, comes with a Yuma 2 tablet, 5 slot charger, 3 batteries, Yuma bracket and a MT1000 prism. This Trimble VX 1” Robotic Spatial Station was Calibrated by a Trimble Authorized Service Center, in excellent and ready to working condition

Used Trimble VX 1” Robotic Spatial Station for sale includes:

  • Trimble VX 1” Robotic Spatial Station, 2.4Ghz Radio, Scanning Enabled, Trimble Vision
  • Trimble Yuma 2 tablet with Trimble Access
  • MT1000 Multitrack Prism
  • Power Kit with 5 slot charger
  • Trimble Battery Charger with AC Adapter & DC Car Charger
  • Plastic Rain Cover & Rain Lens Cover
  • 2x Antennas
  • Laser Adjustment Plate
  • Stylus
  • Power Cord
  • RS232 PC Interface Cable
  • Two (2) USB PC Interface Cables
  • User Manual On CD-ROM
  • Hard Carrying Case

Capture and combine scanning, imaging and surveying deliverables with the singular solution designed for surveyors. Integrating the technologies of advanced optical surveying, metric imaging and 3D scanning, the Trimble® VX™ Spatial Station is the only surveying instrument that does it all and does it with ease.

Expectations from surveying customers are evolving . To improve the efficiency of capturing advanced Spatial Imaging deliverables, Trimble provides an integrated solution for bringing these technologies together within the traditional workflows surveyors already use. So you have the flexibility to perform feature-rich scans every day, without the complexity of setting up a separate scanning system or switching to specialized field software. With the Trimble VX Spatial Station, you can efficiently capture the information you need to create digital terrain models (DTMs), volume calculations, and perform topographic measurements faster than with traditional surveying methods.

Advanced 3D models and image-rendered 3D surfaces are within your reach with the rich data delivered by Trimble Spatial Imaging sensors. With the ability to capture metric images with the Trimble VX in the field, you are also able to make additional measurements and attribute the data back in the office. It’s all accessible to surveyors with the Trimble VX and Trimble RealWorks® software. Your clients will immediately see the detail of your work via 3D walkthroughs of the job site using your survey data, images, and scanned information all from the Trimble VX

Trimble VISION gives you the power to see everything the instrument sees. Direct your work with live video images on the controller . Now you are free to capture measurements to prism or reflectorless surface with a point and click

Take your productivity even further by adopting Trimble Integrated Surveying™ workflows – simply add your GNSS receiver to your robotic rod and powerful Trimble field software will seamlessly take care of the rest . This allows you to collect GNSS and optical data while simultaneously scanning a surface or site . With the built-in imaging and 3D scanning capabilities, you can capture the shape of objects of interest, such as a nearby building or power lines while you perform your traditional survey work. With the long range capabilities of the Trimble EDM, you measure further with fewer instrument set-ups and enhance your scanning performance.

The Trimble VX Spatial Station is designed for surface scanning, enabling the instrument to measure the shape of a surface for surface modeling and volume calculation.  Separating itself from other total stations, it captures and combines scanning, imaging and surveying deliverables. integrating the technology of advanced optical surveying, metric imaging and 3D scanning.   The Integrated camera in the VX Spatial station enables the user to frame the area to be scanned and to take snapshots for documentation purposes.


  • Surveying, imaging and 3D scanning in one powerful solution
  • Take one instrument to the job site to perform all of your data capture needs. No need to invest in or transport multiple instruments.
  • Increase your agility to adapt to any situation
  • Having the capabilities of a traditional survey instrument combined with scanning and powerful image capture all in one device you are prepared for even the most unique data capture situations.
  • Create enhanced 2D and 3D deliverables for rich information management
  • The comprehensive datasets capture with the Trimble VX allows users to deliver compelling results to clients which are easy to understand and help speed decision making. Produce enhanced deliverables such as 3D as-builts, textured models, inspection maps, volume/surface calculations and more.


  • Civil infrastructure: The Trimble VX Spatial Station enables you to efficiently collect accurate, detailed information on bridges, roads, tunnels, and other complex structures. Gather photographs, 3D point clouds and key points with speed and precision.
  • Architecture: Quickly collect detailed, accurate information for design, remodel, preservation and more. Gather precise measurements and dimensions to speed fabrication and reduce work.
  • Engineering: Quickly survey topography, structures and conditions that affect engineering, design and construction using traditional survey measurements combined with point cloud data and geo-referenced images.


Scanning (not enabled on all models)
Range from 1 m up to 250 m (3.28 ft–820 ft)
Speed up to 15 points/sec, typical 5 points/sec
Minimum point spacing 10 mm (0.032 ft)
Standard deviation 3 mm @ ≤150 m (0.0098 ft @ ≤492 ft)
Single 3D point accuracy 10 mm @ ≤150 m (0.032 ft @ ≤492 ft)
Angle accuracy 1” (0.3 mgon)
Sensor type Absolute encoder with diametrical reading
Automatic level compensator
Type Centered dual-axis
Accuracy 0.5” (0.15 mgon)
Range ±5.4' (±100 mgon)
Other distance measurement
Accuracy (RMSE)
Prism mode
Standard deviation according to ISO17123-4

2 mm + 2 ppm (0.0065 ft + 2 ppm)
1 mm + 2 ppm (0.003 ft + 2 ppm)
4 mm + 2 ppm (0.013 ft + 2 ppm)
DR mode

2 mm + 2 ppm (0.0065 ft + 2 ppm)
4 mm + 2 ppm (0.013 ft + 2 ppm)
Measuring time
Prism mode

1.2 sec
0.4 sec
DR mode

1–5 sec
0.4 sec
Prism mode (under standard clear conditions)
1 prism 2,500 m (8,202 ft)
1 prism Long Range mode 5,500 m (18,044 ft) (max. range)
Shortest possible range 0.2 m (0.65 ft)
DR mode
Shortest possible range 1 m (3.28 ft)
DR Ranges (typically)
Concrete 600–800 m (1,968–2,624 ft)
Wood construction 400–800 m (1,312–2,624 ft)
Metal construction 400–500 m (1,312–1,640 ft)
Light rock 400–600 m (1,312–1,968 ft)
Dark rock 300–400 m (984–1,312 ft))
Reflective foil 20 mm 1,000 m (3,280 ft)
Extended Range Mode
White Card (90% reflective) 2,000–2,200 m
Gray Card (18% reflective) 900–1,000 m
Accuracy 10 mm + 2 ppm (0.033 ft + 2 ppm)
Robotic Operation
Passive prisms
Trimble MultiTrack Target

500–700 m (1,640–2,297 ft)
800 m (2,625 ft)
Autolock pointing precision at 200 m (656 ft) (Standard deviation)
Passive prisms
Trimble MultiTrack Target

<2 mm (0.007 ft)
<2 mm (0.007 ft)
Shortest search distance 0.2 m (0.65 ft)
Type of radio internal/external 2.4 GHz frequency-hopping, spread-sprectrum radios
Search time (typical) 2–10 sec
System Specifications
Circular level in tribrach
Electronic 2-axis level in the LC-display with a resolution of

8'/2 mm (8’/0.007 ft)
0.3” (0.1 mgon)
Servo system MagDrive servo technology, integrated servo/angle sensor electromagnetic direct drive
Rotation speed 115 degrees/sec (128 gon/sec)
Rotation time Face 1 to Face 2 2.6 sec
Positioning speed 180 degrees (200 gon) 2.6 sec
Clamps and slow motions Servo-driven, endless fine adjustment
Centering system Trimble 3-pin
Optical plummet Built-in optical plummet
Magnification/shortest focusing distance 2.3×/0.5 m to infinity (1.6 ft to infinity)
Magnification 30x
Aperture 40 mm (1.57 in)
Field of view at 100 m (328 ft) 2.6 m at 100 m (8.5 ft at 328 ft)
Shortest focusing distance 1.5 m (4.92 ft) to infinity
Illuminated crosshair Variable (10 steps)
Autofocus Standard
Chip Color Digital Image Sensor
Resolution 2048 x 1536 pixels
Focal length 23 mm (0.07 ft)
Depth of field 3 m to infinity (9.84 ft to infinity)
Field of view 16.5° x 12.3° (18.3 gon x 13.7 gon)
Digital zoom 4-step (1x, 2x, 4x, 8x)
Exposure Automatic
Brightness User-definable
Contrast User-definable
Image storage Up to 2048 x 1536 pixels
File format JPEG
Compression ratio User-definable
Video streaming 5 frames/sec
Operating temperature –20 ºC to +50 ºC (–4 ºF to +122 ºF)
Dust and water proofing IP55
Power supply
Internal battery Rechargeable Li-Ion battery 11.1 V, 4.4 Ah
Operating time
One internal battery
Three internal batteries in multi-battery adapter
Robotic holder with one internal battery

Approx. 5 hours
Approx. 15 hours
Approx. 12 hours
Instrument 5.25 kg (11.57 lb)
Tribrach 0.7 kg (1.54 lb)
Internal battery 0.35 kg (0.77 lb)
Trunnion axis height 196 mm (7.71 in)
Communication USB, Serial, Bluetooth
Security Dual-layer password protection
EDM Specifications
Light source Pulsed Laser diode 905 nm; Laser class 1
Laser pointer coaxial Laser class 2
Beam divergence Prism mode
Horizontal 4 cm/100 m (0.13 ft/328 ft)
Vertical 8 cm/100 m (0.13 ft/328 ft)
Beam divergence DR mode
Horizontal 4 cm/100 m (0.13 ft/328 ft)
Vertical 8 cm/100 m (0.13 ft/328 ft)
Atmospheric correction –130 ppm to 160 ppm continuously