Trimble S5 Total Station
The Trimble S5 Total Station is built upon proven Trimble technologies like SurePoint, MagDrive and our DR Plus EDM, helping you work more efficiently while maintaining the highest accuracy possible.
- Measure further and faster with the Trimble DR Plus EDM
- Locate2Protect real-time equipment monitoring and Trimble InSphere equipment management
- Complete field-to-office solution for quick data capture and processing
- Seamless integration with the Trimble V10 Imaging Rover and GNSS receivers
The Trimble S5 Total Station provides the foundation for Trimble’s Integrated Surveying™ solutions. With Integrated Surveying, you can seamlessly integrate complementary technologies on the job site, such as Trimble GNSS receivers and optical measurements.
Angular Accuracy: 1", 2", 3", or 5" available
EDM Technology: DR PLUS
EDM Accuracy: 1.0 mm + 2 ppm Prism / 2.0 mm + 2 ppm DR
Servo: Robotic or Autolock
Maximum Distance Range: 5,500 m
Additional Features: Tracklight
Laser Class and Ingress Protection: Laser Class 2 & IP 65
Choose from a variety of Trimble controllers operating the feature rich, intuitive Trimble Access field software. Streamlined workflows guide crews through common project types, helping to get the job done faster with less distractions. Trimble Access workflows can also be customized to fit your needs.
Back in the office, trust Trimble Business Center software to help you check, process and adjust your optical, leveling, and GNSS data in one software solution.
No matter what Trimble instruments you use in the field, you can trust that Trimble Business Center office software will help you generate industry-leading deliverables
Trimble S5 Works With...
- Trimble TSC7 controller
- Trimble TSC3 controller
- Trimble CU controller
- Trimble T10 tablet
- Trimble R10 Integrated GNSS system
- Trimble R8S Integrated GNSS system
Trimble Alltrek lets you view usage and keep up-to-date on firmware, software and maintenance requirements. You can rest assured knowing your equipment is up to date and where it should be.