SERVICE & Repair

When it comes to service and repair, no one takes better care of you than Maine Technical Source. Just a few more tools to help service and support our customers

Service isn’t just about calibration and repairs. It’s about solutions. It’s about expert advice, sharing over half a century of industry knowledge to help you get the job done right.

MTS has sophisticated repair and calibration facilities in all four of its locations. We are a fully authorized Leica, Sokkia,  and Nikon service facilities.

Make your equipment last longer and perform better with minimal downtime.

  • Authorized Leica Warranty Repair Center
  • State of the art adjustment and calibration equipment
  • Factory Trained technicians
  • Fast and reliable Service and Repair
  • Use of genuine factory parts for both Survey and Construction equipment

Just call 800-322-5003 for any of our service locations and schedule your repair or calibration.   

Use the Instrument Repair Submission Form before shipping or bringing instrument into service center

 Repair Submission Form

Leica GS16 GNSS Receiver & CS35 Tablet PC – Quick Setup Steps Rev1

Leica GS16 GNSS Receiver & CS35 Tablet PC with Captivate SW Quick Setup Steps

Author: Bob LeMoine – Technical Support Specialist

• Mount the GS16 GNSS Receiver to the Carbon Fiber RTK Pole,
• Power ON the GS16 GNSS Receiver,
• The GS16 BT LED will be GREEN,
• The GS16 GNSS LED will be ORANGE = Tracking SV’s with an Autonomous Position,  Continue reading Leica GS16 GNSS Receiver & CS35 Tablet PC – Quick Setup Steps Rev1

Leica Geosystems – GS16 GNSS Receiver – PXS8 CDMA Cellular Modem Setup for Verizon Wireless Rev2

Leica Geosystems – GS16 GNSS Receiver – PXS8 CDMA Cellular Modem Setup for Verizon Wireless, Internet Connection for Network RTK Rover Surveying.

Author: Bob LeMoine  –  Technical Support Specialist

Activate, Register the Verizon Wireless Internet the GS- Internal CDMA modem inside the GS16 GNSS Receiver.

Turn on the GS16 GNSS Receiver and CS20 Data Controller, make sure you have an active Bluetooth connection between the GS16 GNSS Receiver and the CS20 Data Controller; from the Leica Captivate Software,

On the CS20 Data Controller, Select/tap > Fn Instrument,

 

Select (•) Use GS only, then Select/tap F1 OK button,
User is return to Captivate Home screen,

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Leica Geosystems CS20 Data Controller CS – PXS8 CDMA Cellular Modem Setup for Verizon Wireless Rev2

Leica Geosystems CS20 Data Controller CS – PXS8 CDMA Cellular Modem Setup for Verizon Wireless, Internet Connection for Network RTK Rover Surveying.

Author: Bob LeMoine  –  Technical Support Specialist

Activate, Register the Verizon Wireless Internet the CS- Internal CDMA modem inside the CS20 Data Controller.

Turn on the CS20 Data Controller, start the Leica Captivate Software,  On the CS20 Data Controller, Select/tap > Fn Instrument,

Select (•) Use GS only, then Select/tap F1 OK button,
User is return to Captivate Home screen,


Select/tap Settings,
From the Settings panels,
Continue reading Leica Geosystems CS20 Data Controller CS – PXS8 CDMA Cellular Modem Setup for Verizon Wireless Rev2

Leica CS35 Tablet – Important Safety Notice from Panasonic Revised

Panasonic, the manufacturer of the Leica CS35 tablet mainly used in conjunction with Leica Viva TPS & GNSS solutions, Leica Nova TS/MS Solutions and Leica Captivate Software, has issued an important safety notice in relation to the tablet’s battery pack. Under certain scenarios and for certain production lots, this pack can overheat and ignite.

Panasonic provides how to proceed on their official website. Panasonic outlines the risk scenarios, gives detailed instructions on how customers can identify affected units, and provides a step by step guides on how to proceed. Find detailed steps here: Panasonic Support Information

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New England Area – GNSS Station Upgrades & Installations

SmartNet field staff are in the New England market conducting  maintenance, upgrades and new installations.  This deployment will make huge strides to improve geometry, spacing and GNSS correction availability in MA, RI and CT.  In addition to hardware upgrades, a number of existing stations also required an upgrade to the physical monumentation to bring the installations up to SmartNet standards.

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