Lasers

LMR 360

The LMR 360 is a stick-mounted sensor that offers accurate grade information for all visual machine control applications. Large 360° detection window picks up any rotating laser, from any angle. Built-in vertical indicator monitors angle of the stick, signaling if it‘s plumb or under- or overextended. Vertical position ensures consistent and accurate grade readings, saving money by reducing over- or under-cutting.

Features:

  • Accurate grade control
  • Built-in vertical indicator
  • Waterproof
  • 30 Hour Battery Life
  • 360° Radius at 400 meters
  • Mount with magnets or clamps
  • 6mm accuracy on fine surfaces, 12mm on coarse

 

280DG Laser

Leica Rugby 280DG Multipurpose Plus – A horizontal, vertical and dual grade laser for any exterior or interior application. The Rugby 280DG is a multipurpose laser “Plus” with fully automatic, dual grade capability. It has a bright red beam, plumb beam, scan mode, horizontal and vertical selfleveling, plus dual grade up to 15% in both axes. Available with a two-way remote control, the Rugby 280DG fits well in any construction plan.

 

 

Features:

  • 90° Plumb beam
  • Vertical operation
  • RF remote control
  • Dual and single grade to ± 15%
  • Fully automated grade control
  • Single grade to ± 10% (semi-automatic)
  • Beam masking
  • Bright, visible beam
  • Large, intuitive, graphic display with simple five button operation

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MLS700

The MLS700 allows elevation to be controlled manually and automaticially. This Laser Receiver is totally waterproof (IP68) and uses a large, bright see-at-a-glance LED display so it may be used as a stand-alone indicator or with the MCP700 Control Panel and suitable valve for full automatic control. It is mounted onto a machine mast and connected to a control box for automatic control. The MLS700 Laser Receiver has a 360° capture range, with a measurement window of 7.5 inches (190 mm) and selectable tolerances for rough or fine grading.  It is one of the most economical control solutions.

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