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Abstract

COMPARISON OF AUTOMATIC LEVEL AND THEODOLITE PERFORMANCE IN HEIGHT DIFFERENCES MEASUREMENT

Suhardi*

ABSTRACT

Two leveling equipment, an automatic level sokkia B20, a modern theodolite sokkia DT 510, are equipment used to measure the difference in height of a land surface. The features and difficulty of operating on each of these devices vary. The operation and features at the automatic level are simpler than a modern theodolite. Based on these differences, it is expected that the accuracy of the measurement of the height difference produced is also different. This study aims to determine the level of accuracy of automatic level and modern theodolite equipment in measuring height differences. Based on measurement data and analysis results show that automatic level equipment has a high accuracy measurement of height on third order leveling standards was 11 mm. While modern theodolite equipment has a higher measurement accuracy as 2 mm.

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