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Make your job easier, day after day, project after project - Built on proven Trimble technologies – including Trimble SurePoint and MagDrive™ technology, and our DR Plus EDM – the Trimble S5 Total Station is the no-nonsense workhorse that works efficiently and dependably while maintaining the highest possible accuracy.

      Trimble has been manufacturing the industry’s leading robotic total stations for over a decade. You can depend on the Trimble S5 to keep you productive in the field no matter what you encounter.

Key features of the Trimble S5 Robotic Total Station:

  • Measure further and faster with the Trimble DR Plus EDM

  • Complete field-to-office solution for quick data capture and processing

  • Seamless integrated surveying with the Trimble GNSS receivers

  • Available in robotic or Autolock® -only versions, optional TCU

  • Intuitive Trimble Access Field Software

  • Optional Locate2Protect (L2P) real-time equipment management services available

  • Available in 1", 2", 3", or 5" angular accuracy

  • The foundation for Trimble’s Integrated Surveying™ solutions, allowing you to seamlessly integrate complementary technologies on the job site, such as Trimble GNSS receivers and optical measurements

  • Everything you need to efficiently perform survey campaigns

The Trimble® S5 Robotic Total Station is the reliable, accurate workhorse you need to efficiently perform a wide variety of surveying campaigns.

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Click on the video menu above to access the informative videos we’ve prepared to introduce you to the Trimble S5 Robotic Total Station. In this series of brief videos, you can gain more insight and information about the value of the Trimble S5, including:

  1. Overview and purpose of the S5 station;

  2. Core features and benefits provided;

  3. Key applications and uses; and

  4. Demonstration of its operation and functionality.


We invite you to view these videos and begin to experience the professional power, reliability and productivity of Trimble and the S5 Robotic Total Station.