The HV302 is capable of handling a wide variety of horizontal, vertical, and plumb applications in both interior and exterior projects. Its high-visibility beam enables simultaneous rotating and 90 degree plumb references and is easy to see even in brightly lit interiors. Various configurations ensure you have the right tool for the job.
The Spectra Precision® LL100N Laser Level is a complete one man leveling crew in a case. A complete system is contained in a single hard-shelled, portable carrying case - the laser, receiver, clamp, tripod, and grade rod - for easy transportation, storage, and use. A standard case with laser and receiver only is also available.
The Spectra Precision® LL300N Laser Level features a rugged design with "hard hat" rotor protection that provides superior drop and weather protection. Built to withstand severe drops of up to 3 ft (1 m) directly onto concrete, or up to 5 ft (1.5 m) when pushed over on a tripod means less downtime and cost due to damage caused by accidental drop.
The Spectra Precision® LL300S is a ruggedized, fully automatic self-leveling Laser Level for all general concrete and site preparation applications. With the addition of the grade arrow buttons, grade matching can be performed while the other axis remains self leveled.
The Spectra Precision® Laser level LL500 Laser Level is a one-person leveling system designed for longer range measurements across your entire site. Accurate, stable and reliable, the LL500 features a 1,650 ft (500 m) working diameter which increases productivity by reducing the need for multiple setups on a large job site.
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This range of lasers is composed of QuickMark Layout, grade lasers, interior lasers, laser levels, laser receivers, and laser distance meter. These following applications are covered by the range of Spectra Lasers: level and grade control by performing site preparation for calculating, cut and fill, 90 degree layout and vertical alignment of building axis.