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Surveying Instruments. A surveyor ’s level : a revolving telescope on a tripod. It is fitted with cross hairs ,. a nd spirit level. It is used by surveyors in finding points of identical elevation. Automatic digital level uses barcode technology.

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this produces a direct electonic reading and storage of data about elevation
Thisproduces a directelectonicreading and storageof data aboutelevation…

Possibletranscriptionerrors are eliminated.

more expensive than a standard high quality automatic level
More expensivethan a standard high qualityautomaticlevel.
  • New digitallevelshavebeenfurtheremployedexpandingtheirmemory.
  • Whenyouhavemeasuredheight and distance, allyouhaveto do isaim a specialcode staff
then you press a single key
Thenyou press a single key

and the results are immediatelyshown on the LCD display.

This way “digital” getsheight and distancemeasurementverysimple.

this system can be used a s long as the cross hair is visible
This system can beusedas long as the cross hairisvisible
  • In low light conditions
  • In verybrightsunshine
these instruments have been designed
Theseinstrumentshavebeendesigned
  • toprovideaccurancywhichdoesn’t change in adverseenvironments
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