Trimble GCSFlex™ offers contractors a reliable, flexible and affordable option to leverage machine control technology and be more competitive. The Trimble GCSFlex Grade Control System for excavators is designed to meet the needs and budgets of owner operators and small to mid-sized contractors.
Install the system in a couple of hours and get up and running quickly
No welding required
Rugged and Reliable
Designed for use in the harsh construction site environment for increased reliability and maximum up time
Low Cost of Entry
Get into machine grade at a very affordable price
Flexibilty to Expand
Invest in additional sensors for increased system capabilities as your needs change
Colour Graphical Display
Simple to use, featuring a full-color graphical display with large icons and menu options for easy viewing and guidance to grade
Create an alignment and add a profile to create a simplified 3D design in the field using on-screen templates
You get 3D guidance without needing to build a 3D design model
GPS Guidance With Wi-Fi Base
GPS guidance provides position and heading using an MS972 GNSS Smart Antenna and SNM940 Connected Site Gateway. GPS corrections are delivered via Wi-Fi from a SPS985 base station.
GPS Guidance With Remote Corrections
GPS guidance provides position and heading using an MS972 GNSS Smart Antenna and satellite delivered GPS corrections. The SNM940 Connected Site® Gateway receives GPS corrections via cellular connection with a Virtual Reference Station (VRS) network or Trimble Internet Base Station Service (IBSS).
Laser Reference With Heading
With the Laser Reference and HS410 Heading Sensor configuration, the excavator can be rotated without the need to re-enter the desired depth and slope to maintain consistent accuracy.
A rotating grade laser such as the Spectra Precision® GL700 series from Trimble provides a reference plane across the job site.
Simply enter the desired depth and slope information into the in-cab control box. The system will provide guidance to a depth or slope based on distance from a known point or “bench” on the ground.