T&D Pro Features / Functions
Missing Line & Slope
Applications: To measure span lengths, vegetation clearances, remote slopes and changes in elevation.
Solutions: Follow the step-by-step procedure for shooting in any two remote points, and T&D Pro will calculate the azimuth, inclination and slope distance, as well as the horizontal and vertical distance between those two points.
Applications: To determine if a tree is in danger of hitting a conductor if it were to fall.
Solutions: Position yourself either under the conductor or at the tree in question. Measure the tree height and then shoot to the conductor. T&D Pro provides the line clearance value. If it is negative (-), mark the tree to be cut.
Applications: To verify the span, sag and tension of a conductor.
Solutions: Take multiple shots along the conductor, including both attachment points. In addition, you can map in the ground beneath the span and any other obstructions in the way. T&D Pro instantly calculates the span, sag and tension values for the conductor. It even calculates the height and location of the lowest point.
Applications: To calculate a conductor's height aboveground or some other point of reference.
Solutions: Using any of the four measuring methods will always yield an accurate value. Shoot at a point along the conductor and then to a spot below it. T&D Pro instantly displays the height of the wire.
Tie Line Bi-Section
Applications: To locate the direction in which to anchor the guy wire at a bend point in a new line.
Solutions: To determine the direction necessary to anchor the guy wire at a bend point in a new line, occupy the bend point and measure azimuths along both routes. T&D Pro solves for the needed direction.
Store Raw Data
Applications: Logging miscellaneous distance, angles, heights, etc.
Solutions: You can log miscellaneous distances, angles, heights and other data simply by shooting to an object and sending the data string to T&D Pro. Notations can be stored along with the data.