Leica Rugby 620 rotating laser - Simple and reliable • Concrete forming, pad placement and framework levelling; setting foundations and footings has never been more efficient • Slope matching up to 8% in single axis
SPECIFICATIONS • Dimensions 212 × 239 × 192 mm • Weight 2.56 kg • Functionality : Self-levelling horizontal & manual slope in one axis • General construction • Laser Class 2 • Laser type 635 nm (visible) • Measured at 20°C (horizontal / vertical) ± 1.5 mm at 30 m (1/16" at 100 ft) • Rotation – RPS 10 • Range (diameter) with RE140: 800m (2600 ft) • Working temperature range –20 to +50 °C (14 to +122 °F) • Storage temperature range –40 to +70 °C (–4 to +158 °F) • Seal (both excluding and including battery pack) : IP67
Features & Benefits • LCD Indication - Two, large graphic displays on the front and back of the receiver. • LED Indication - Three bright LED’s can be used as a ready reference for the receiver position. • Menu Function - Additional options are available to set your functional preferences. • Level Vial - Ensures good alignment and improves your reading accuracy. • Exceptional Reception - The extra long reception window includes the unique technology that provides the • accurate digital input. • Audio Indication - Three audio settings. Up to 110 decibels for noisy jobs. • Versatile Rod Bracket - A rugged rod clamp ensures solid mounting to the grade rod. The circular level vial • aids to keep your grade rod plumb. • Protective Overmold - Protects the receiver from drops in tough jobsite conditions.
SPECIFICATIONS • Anti-strobe Protecton - Detects and ignores the flash from strong strobes on the job so that they will not interfere with the receiver function. • Beam Finding - Passing the receiver through the laser beam will cause the receiver to beep twice quickly. • Out of Beam Display - If the detector is moved out of the detector range, the arrow display will indicate the direction to move to return to the laser beam. • Laser Low Battery - A small laser icon on the receiver display alerts the user when the batteries are getting low.