The Spectra Precision LL500 Auto Laser Level with HLL700 Receiver by Trimble is a one-person leveling system designed for longer range measurements across your entire site. Accurate, stable and reliable, the LL500 features a 500m working diameter which increases productivity by reducing the need for multiple setups on a large job site. The rugged LL500 is self-leveling with built-in "out-of-level" shutoff that maintains accuracy over the entire work area and minimizes errors. Visible "spotting" beam determines receiver mounting placement makes it faster to find the on-grade position.
- High accuracy laser 1.5mm per 30m with temperature compensation provides highly stable, repeatable accuracy even under large temperature changes.
- Self-leveling with built-in "out of level" shut off that maintains accuracy over the entire work area and minimises errors.
- Comes with HL700 Detector/Receiver
- Checking/setting elevations, concrete forms, footings, and foundations for medium-to-large-sized jobs
- Longer range machine control applications.
HL700 Receiver / Detector
The Spectra Precision Laser HL700 Laserometer, a highly versatile laser receiver for basic and advanced leveling and aligning applications, is designed for general, concrete and site preparation contractors. The HL700 is an easy-to-use tool that accurately measures elevations across the site, and is ideal for use with LL500 Laser Level.
The HL700 features a digital readout of elevation that provides a numeric display (range) of +/- 5 cm. The readout is displayed on the large front and rear LCD's and shows exactly how far the elevation is from on-grade. Accurate measurements can be made without moving the rod clamp, saving time and increasing productivity. Selectable units of measure can be displayed meeting your application - mm, cm, ft, in or fractional inches.
The HL700 can be used as either a hand-held or rod mounted receiver for a wide range of applications.
Setting and checking jobsite elevation and depth for:
- Cut and fills
- General grading
- Foundations, forms, and footings