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What is a prism pole?
A prism pole can be used to measure the elevation of a specific ground point by using a sight level, which is important if you want to get accurate results. You can find a survey pole in a variety of materials — from metal and fiberglass to a variety of composites. And many of them can be adjusted to a specific height.
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How does a survey prism work?
Survey prims can be used with another electronic distance measurement (EDM) device to determine the distance of an object from a specific survey point, and they’re often attached to a prism pole so they can focus on a specific position. Corner cube prisms (also called “retroreflectors”) are often used for this type of measurement, and they will have some type of offset because the beam being transmitted from the device takes longer to leave the prism (especially from longer distances). This can be corrected by using a feature that accounts for this offset in relation to the plumb line of the surveying prism pole.
How do I use a prism pole?
For a surveying prism to be effective, it needs to be attached to a pole so it can stay in a fixed position. It needs to be properly aligned with the instrument to ensure accurate results. And because these tools have been proven over the years, many people don’t see them as the reason for measurements that seem a little off. If you’re pointing to a prism that isn’t perpendicular to the instrument’s line of sight, it can harder to find its exact center. This can result in measurements that aren’t as precise.
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