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Best practice for topo using tilt compensation on an SPS986.

Question asked by Darren Fry on Jan 2, 2020

What is the best practice to follow using an sps986 with the tilt compensation enabled for topo shots in various applications?  If I'm walking and collecting points with the tilt compensator enabled do I need to let the rover sit stationary for any period of time before taking a measurement to allow the tilt compensator to calculate accurately?  What is the protocol while walking with a topo wheel, or driving?  The tilt-compensator is a huge time saver by not having to keep the rod level as long as the data is accurate.  Does anyone have experience with this or have documentation?