Leica R670,RE140, Alkaline Rugby 670 2600-Feet Self Leveling Horizontal, Single Axis Dial in Grade, Rotary Laser Kit with Rod Eye 140 Receiver, Yellow Item Sku: SKUB00I83WFJA Click / hover / scroll for larger images
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Self Leveling or Dial In Single Axis Grade to 8% with the Touch of a Button
Range 2,600ft, Accuracy 1/16" at 100ft
Includes Rod Eye 140 Classic Receiver, D-Cell Alkaline Battery Holder and Batteries, Case
Smart Slope Function Continuously Monitors Time and Temperature Changes to Ensure Performance Over the Course of the Day
Suited for Outdoor Conditions with IP67 Protection Class for Dust and Water Protection
Description: The Leica Rugby 670 is a self-leveling horizontal and dial in grade single slope laser up to 8%. After 30 seconds of operation, the Rugby H.I. Alert activates (height of instrument) so if it is bumped or disturbed without you noticing, the unit will stop rotating and displays a visual and audible alert notifying you that something has changed. Additionally, the smart slope function continuously monitors time and temperature changes to ensure accurate performance over the course of the day. The laser on the Rugby 670 is red visible class 2, 635nm with an output not to exceed 2.7mw. Working range is 2,000ft with the Rod Eye Basic receiver and 2,600ft with the Rod Eye 140 Classic receiver. Accuracy is +/- 1/16" at 100ft. Operating temperature is 14 to 122 degrees F. The physical laser is enclosed in a heavy duty housing, meets IP67 dust/water protection standards, and is designed for rugged outdoor conditions of all types. With the alkaline battery option, you can expect 60 hours of use from 4 D-cell batteries. The Rugby laser, battery tray, and receiver all come packaged in a very rugged case for storage, transport, and the conditions found in the back of most any pickup truck at the job site. Warranty is a two year no cost period that can be extended to three years if registered within 8 weeks against manufacturer defects.