Designed for general, concrete and site preparation contractors, the highly versatile Spectra Precision® Laser HL760 Digital Readout Receiver is a great tool for basic and advanced leveling and aligning applications. The HL760 can also be used with any rotating transmitter and can measure elevations across the site. The digital readout of elevation provides you with a numeric display of +/- 2 inches and is displayed on the large front and rear LCDs. The HL760 will show you exactly how far the elevation is from on-grade for in fast and easy cut/fill readings.
Save time and increase productivity with the HL760, as accurate measurements can be made without moving the rod clamp. A large reception height allows for the HL760 to quickly acquire the beam and makes it easy to stay in the beam. Plus, you can select from mm, cm, ft, in or fractional inches for the unit of measure you need for your application.
The HL760 can use radio communication to work with another HL760 for long range remote display and monitoring, even when the second HL760 is out of sight. “Fingerprinting” links the receiver with a particular laser and once the receiver is paired with the laser transmitter, the receiver filters out other lasers that strike it, only accepting the laser it is paired with, reducing errors and conflict between teams working in close proximity.
With the 400 series lasers, the HL760 also provide grade matching and PlaneLok capabilities. An anti-strobe sensor prevents construction strobe lights from setting off the HL760 and helps make it easier to identify true laser beam signals.
The HL760 makes it possible for your machine operators to monitor elevation shots taken by another person and foremen can monitor elevations and cut/fill readings from anywhere on the job site.
Designed to survive the tough working conditions of a construction site, the HL760 is dust and waterproof and can withstand a drop of 10 feet onto concrete. A 3-year “No Excuses” warranty is also included.
- Remote grade checking with cable free Remote Display
- Wireless monitoring of foundations and steel erections
- Risk free monitoring of tilt up wall position
- Setting and checking jobsite elevation and depth for:
- Cut and fills
- General grading
- Foundations, forms, and footings