Remote Takeoff System
Published: February 2004
McCormick’s remote takeoff system (RTO) loads onto a handheld computer. It’s perfect for use in estimating VDV upgrades or retrofits. An estimator can use the RTO to do an onsite takeoff, downloading the info upon returning to the office—or transmitting it wirelessly from the site. It was named a NECA ShowStopper for 2003.
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