Trimble has introduced the Spectra Precision LL100 horizontal laser level for use in a variety of construction elevation control applications, the company said.
The laser is mounted on a tripod and sends a 360° plane of laser light over the work area. This allows one person to take accurate elevation measurements up to 150 m away with the new HR320 laser receiver.
Trimble said the LL100 laser, which was officially launched at World of Concrete in Las Vegas earlier this year, offers fully-automatic electronic self-levelling in the horizontal plane for quick setup.
Minimal training is required with one-button operation. Versatility is added with single-axis manual slope capability for setting out driveways and ramps.
The Spectra Precision Laser LL100 is lightweight and weatherproof, making it easy for contractors to carry and use. The robust design allows the unit to be dropped up to 1 m onto concrete and still remain functional, reducing costs for downtime or repair, the company said.
The LL100 is available in two basic configurations and system packages include the LL100 laser, HR320 receiver, rod clamp, tripod, and choice of grade rod all packaged in one hard-shell portable system carrying case.
The system package is a complete levelling crew in a case, making it easy to carry, transport, and store, Trimble said. A small case with the laser, receiver, and rod clamp is also available.