Settop RM3D Light


Advanced system for measuring topographical and track parameters.

  • Data collection: This is used to carry out surveys to find out the current state of the track. Data can be collected in absolute mode (Total Station needed) or in relative mode (RM3D device only).
  • Stake Out: This is used for spatial positioning and assembly of the track. You need the axis file loaded, vertical alignment, super elevation and gauge.
  • Monitoring: This is used to control the laying of the track. It compares the data collected on various consecutive days, taking 0 as an initial value.
  • Verification: This is used for controlling the assembly of the track and indicates any differences between the theoretical and the actual result. In both cases there are numeric results, graphs and files which can be adapted to any format. For greater control, in absolute mode, you can use Trimble S8 latest model Total Stations.


  • Removable and transportable
  • Comes with different track widths: Standard: 1000/1435 mm. Option: 1668 mm
  • Electrical insulation between tracks
  • Prismholder and prism for measuring distances with a precision Total Station
  • Robotic Total Stations with recognition and automatic prism follow up (angular accuracy of 1” and of 1mm ± 1ppm in distance)
  • Gauge, Super elevation and Odometer sensor
  • Control computer with touch screen
  • Push bar
  • Weight: 25 kg.
  • Dimensions depending on the model: Breadth width: 1200 mm. Minimum lenght: 1000 mm. Maximum lenght: 1668 mm    

Method of working

Method of working You can choose between working with external equipment (Total Station or GPS) or with sensors only. Equipment You choose the external equipment with which you are going to carry out the job: Total Station or GPS System of coordinates If you choose GPS, it enables you to transform the pertinent data. If you click on ( ... ), you can see the selected transformation parameters.

Starting the measurement (set out absolute mode)

The box Track Report shows you the data calculated from the tracks. The text box in Accept Point must be introduced in metres. When the values for the set out are within the indicated margin, the arrows will change to a stable sign. In the upper line the coordinates received from the station appear directly without any adjustment. Other data shown are: The projected PK, with the distance to the axis (already with corrected coordinates) being the negative distance to the left of the axis. The average super elevation, taken from the sensors and the theoretical super elevation (this is displayed in red or green depending on the tolerances of assembly). The gauge measured by the sensors and the theoretical gauge (this is displayed in red or green depending on the tolerances of assembly) Sensor gradient and theoretical gradient. 


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Settop RM3D Light Hoja de datos ESP Descargar PDF
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Settop RM3D Light Datasheet ENG Download PDF
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Settop RM3D Light User Manual ENG Download PDF