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Stainless Steel Monument Adapters - Adjustable Tilt

 
  
  
  
 
Manufacturer Part Number: 2072-3X
Stock # 2072-3X
Price: $267.75
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Stainless Steel Monument Adapters - Adjustable Tilt
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SECO’s new #2072-Series 303 stainless steel adapters are the perfect link between your GPS antenna and mast for your network antenna solution.

 The brass 5/8 x 11 male stud is removable and adjustable in azimuth. It is held in location by two set screws.
  
The adapters are leveled by three adjusting screws with a tilt range of +/- 7 degrees.
  
The height above the pivot point to the stud shoulder is 1.37 inches (3.50 cm).
  
The height below the brass 5/8 x 11 stud to the shoulder is 0.463 inches (1.18 cm).
  
The #2072-Series’ female base is threaded to match the male pipe used.
  
The axis height is engraved on the outside of the monument.

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For Use With:
Special Adapter:
         
2072-30 MPT 1.5 x 11.5-inch pipe TPI            
2072-31 MPT 2 x 11.5-inch pipe TPI            
2072-32 MPT 3.5 x 8-inch pipe TPI            
2072-33 Male 5/8 x 11 threads            
2072-001   Use with Topcon GR3-1A Antenna          

Topcon Antenna GR3-1A users, be sure to order any of these monument adapters and extension #2072-001.  The extension adds 1-inch (2.54-cm) to the height, which enables easy access to cabling.

For more information on the national and cooperative CORS network, visit the National Geodetic Survey's CORS page at: http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/CORS/
  
For information on national pipe thread standards, visit: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_pipe_thread

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