You have just received your brand-new UNI-GR1! Congratulations. Setting up your receiver by yourself might seem challenging, but it is not. We gladly offer you a helping hand. We do that with this First-time setup webpage, and with our ‘ How do I set-up the UNI-GR1 for the first time?‘ article.
On this page, you’ll find a complete tutorial where our colleague Tommy helps you set-up and survey easily. We have added some articles from our comprehensive knowledge base to help you further and if you do have any (other) questions left, feel free to send your question to UNI-Support by filling in the ticket form at the bottom of this page.
Answers to frequently asked questions
We understand that you might have some questions. Maybe during the setup, maybe while you actually work with our UNI. In order to help you best, here are 3 of the most asked questions. Checking out these articles saves time since you do not have to call us and are able to proceed working immediately.
- How do I set up Wifi and make an internet connection?
- What are the specifications of the UNI-GR1?
- How do I achieve centimeter accuracy with the UNI-GR1?
See our knowledge base for more questions and answers.
Start from scratch, the icons
Besides reading our ‘ How do I set-up the UNI-GR1 for the first time?‘ article, knowing what every icon in UNI-Connect represents, will help you tremendously. You’ll memorize the steps and improve on speed, repeat settings for a new point, or quickly check for a fix. As you see in the picture below, we have numbered each icon in UNI-Connect. Scroll a bit down to see what they represent.
- RD tells you what coordinate system you use.
- This icon represents the accuracy you currently achieve.
- Indicates whether you have a fix or not.
- The number 13 in the picture means how many satellites give signals to your UNI.
- Another indicator if you have a fix or not.
- Indicates that you receive RTK corrections.
- The cloud icon proves you are connected to UNI-Cloud.
- Icon 8 shows if you are connected to a hotspot or not.
- You are connected to Bluetooth.
- This icon shows you what WiFi network you currently use.
- The percentage of battery you have left.
- Fullscreen mode.
- Allows you to zoom in for more details.
- Allows you to zoom out for a better overview.
- Centering position on the map.
- Survey a new point with the same settings as your previous one.
- Different geometric types to record.
- Layers used in the project.
- Info project panel.
- List of objects.
- To turn labels on and off.
- The icon for Help.
A. By clicking this option, you see B-E appear.
B: Allows for you to create a single point.
C: Allows for you to create a point in a polyline.
D: Allows for you to create a point in a polygon.
E: Allows for you to create a ‘virtual point’, when the actual point is inaccessible for GPS.
Video surveying guide
Tommy takes you by the hand and guides you step-by-step through the set-up and surveying process.