Topcon Hiper V
VERSATILE GNSS RECEIVER FOR EVERYDAY FIELDWORK
“V" is for versatile and the Topcon HiPer V receiver is ready your dynamic work calendar.
The HiPer V boasts multiple communication methods using unique radio types for unique job sites as well as a fast internal cellular modem to perform MAGNET Relay sessions, turning your HiPer V into a mobile reference station.
Sitting confidently within Topcon's modern GNSS product line, the HiPer V is a powerful solution at an obtainable, mid-level price.
Advanced GNSS chip design and superior support technology such as Quartz Lock Loop and Universal Tracking technology.Vanguard Technology receivers are the most productive receiver on the market..
Internal GSM, HSPA, or CDMA Modem for Network RTK and Magnet Relay
Designed as a perfect network RTK rover, the HiPerV gives you the option of an internal GSM, HSPA, or CDMA cellular modem. With its completely integrated design, the HiPerV eliminates the hassles of external modems and cables, all in a lightweight, rugged design.
MAGNET Relay Ready
Use Magent Relaywith a HiPer V to create a cell-to-cell base/rover combination. No FCC radio license required and single baselines up to 35km. The HiPerV uses the internal cellular modem to connect to Magnet Relay and is then available to any other Topcon rover running with Magnet Field. It is like creating a mobile network base. Magnet Relay handles all the internet connection and NTRIP broadcast settings automatically and with ease.
Voice Messages for Receiver Status
Multi-lingual, clear-tone voice messages notify the users of critical receiver information and status such as satellite signal interruption, radio interference, low battery, low memory and more. This feature improves your efficiency by providing information without having to look at the LED display or controller screen.
Long-Life Li-ion Battery
Topcon's HiPer V comes standard with a modern design long-life Lithium Ion battery that is located safely behind a sealed battery cover.
Data Storage with SD or SDHC Cards
A large volume of static observation data from long term survey projects, long sessions and displacement monitoring can be stored onto the popular SD cards or SDHC cards with 4GB or larger capacity.