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The automatic, self-leveling Spectra Precision Laser LL300N is the most rugged laser level in it's class.
The Spectra Precision Laser LL300N is rugged enough to survive drops of up to 1 meter (3 feet) onto concrete and can be tipped on a tripod up to 1.5 meters (5 feet) and keep working. This strength, combined with full weather and dust proofing, results in reduced downtime and lower repair costs over the life of the product.
The LL300's self-leveling capability results in outstanding accuracy and ease of use. Since the LL300 levels itself when turned on, setting up is easy with just one button press. The optional RC601 remote control gives you the option of controlling the unit from the rod position when doing slope matching. It also offers single-axis slope mode with self-leveling in the cross axis, providing more accurate grade measurements.
Increases productivity with fast setups, fewer mechanical parts, and automatic self-leveling
Maintains performance even in rainy, dusty and other harsh job site and weather conditions
Durable design reduces downtime due to drops and tripod tipovers
Minimizes power costs, increases reliability with choice of rechargeable or alkaline batteries
Increases flexibility with remote control slope option
Elevation control across the construction site
Leveling forms and footers
4-feet / 1-meter marks
Includes an HL450 Receiver w/Rod Clamp
Features & Benefits
The HL450 features a digital readout of elevation that provides a numeric display of ±1.5 inches (±38 mm). 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.
The HL450 has a 4 inch (102 mm) reception height, double the typical industry standard, which allows quick acquisition of the laser beam.
Also included is a patented anti-strobe sensor that prevents construction lights from setting off the receiver and makes it easier to identify the laser beam signals.