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Nikon Automatic Levels

The AL series automatic levels are designed for a variety of elevation control and alignment tasks including general building construction, cut and fill measurements, area leveling, and landscaping.


The levels are easy to set up and attaches quickly to flat or domed head tripods. An adjustable built-in bubble mirror can be tilted for easy viewing of the circular bubble in any position. A built-in optical peep sight and double-sided endless tangent drives allow for easy targeting and operation with either hand.

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Reliable automatic compensators ensure stability and accuracy in the line of sight. Telescope optics are bright and clear providing sharp images for ease of viewing. A short focusing distance provides for better performance in tight spots or on steep slopes. Stadia lines on the reticle make distance calculations easy. Angle measurements are quick and convenient with the horizontal scale located directly below the eyepiece.

Rugged metal housings provide increased durability. Weather resistant housing design and rubber and plastic controls ensure the instruments can continue working even in adverse environmental conditions. All models include a hard-shell carrying case, plumb bob, rain hood, allen wrench, adjusting pin, and manual.

Auto Levels AP/AC/AX Series

  • Three models to choose from: AP-8/AC-2S/AX-2S
  • Compact and lightweight
  • Water-resistant construction
  • Magnetic-dampened automatic compensator
  • Horizontal tangent knobs with unlimited range
  • Smooth, precise pointing and angular measurement
  • Detachable eyepiece lens

AP/AC/AX Series auto levels are easy to set up and use All three models can attach to both flat-head and spherical-head tripods. Horizontal tangent knobs with an unlimited range ensure smooth, precise pointing and angular measurement, and you can operate them with either hand. The detachable eyepiece lens lets you use an optional diagonal eyepiece prism for working in extremely close or steep quarters.

Nikon optics effectively let in more light, so you see brighter, sharper images-especially in low-light conditions. The AP-8 model auto level features a 28x high-magnification telescope, the AC-2S has a 24x telescope, and the AX-2S has a 20x telescope. All three models offer minimum focusing down to 2.46 ft (0.75 m) for better performance in tight spots or on steep slopes.

Auto Levels AS/AE Series

  • Four models to choose from:
    AS-2/2C, AE7/7C
  • Compact and lightweight
  • Waterproof construction
  • Automatic air-dampened compensator
  • Standard optical sight lens
  • Powerful telescopes with improved minimum focusing
  • Carrying case, adjusting pins and lens cap included

Nikon AS/AE Series auto levels feature waterproof, nitrogen-filled, high-power telescopes that help you make precise measurements even in the wettest conditions. They feature a unique automatic air-dampened compensator to prevent magnetic interference, and an endless horizontal fine drive to ensure smooth, precise pointing and angular measurement. AS/AE Series auto levels are easy to set up and easy to use. All four models can attach to both fl at- and spherical-head tripods, and the standard optical sight lens helps you find your target quickly, easily and accurately. A mirror with a pentaprism lets you view the circular bubble as an erect image during setup and sighting.

 

Additional Information

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Manufacturer Nikon
Manufacturer Product URL http://www.spectraprecision.com/products/optical-surveying-nikon/nikon-autolevels-17805.kjsp?RH=PRUENIKONINST
Circular Bubble Sensitivity 10'/2 mm
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