Spectra HL760 Laser Receivers
Features and Benefits
- Digital readout of elevation – the exact distance from on-grade displayed
- Large 12.7 cm (5 in) pickup window for quick beam acquisition
- Innovative patented “light bar” technology for superior accuracy, even over distance
- Anti-strobe sensor to prevent false reading from jobsite strobe lights
- 460 m (1500 ft) range, depending on laser transmitter
Works Every Where, Every Time
The HL760 features a digital readout of elevation that provides a numeric display of ± 5 cm (± 2 inches). The readout is displayed on the large front and rear LCD’s and shows exactly how far the elevation is from on-grade for fast and easy cut/fill readings. Accurate measurements can be made without moving the rod clamp, saving time and increasing productivity. Selectable units of measure can be displayed meeting your application – mm, cm, ft, in or fractional inches.
A 12.7 cm (5 inch) reception height, more than double the industry standard, allows quick acquisition of the laser beam. An anti-strobe sensor prevents false readings from site strobe lights.
Radio communication allows working with another HL760 or HL760U for long-range remote display and monitoring capability. A new function termed “Fingerprinting” links the receiver with a particular laser. Once the receiver is paired with the laser transmitter, the receiver has the ability to filter out other lasers that strike the receiver and only accept the laser that it is paired with. The HL760U also provides grade matching and PlaneLok capabilities with the 400 series lasers.
The HL760 receiver includes an LCD backlight so the digital readout and other receiver information is visible in low light and dark conditions.
The Digital Readout Receiver is designed to survive the tough construction site conditions; it is totally waterproof and can withstand a drop of 3 meters (10 feet) onto concrete. The HL760 offers a 3-year “No Excuses” warranty.