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The Leica Sprinter Digital Level: A Tutorial

Learn everything you need to know about how to set up, aim, and measure height differences with your Leica Sprinter digital level in just under five minutes. This quick tutorial provides a step-by-step visual demonstration beginning with how to attach your level to a tripod for the very first time.

 

Leica Geosystems Sprinter is the electronic leveling instrument that’s simple and affordable. Just level, aim and shoot. If you can use a digital camera you can operate the Leica Sprinter. Right out of the case it’s up to 50% faster than conventional optical leveling systems. Data is processed and ready to be viewed instantly on a large onboard display eliminating the worry of transposing data errors. No matter how you approach your sight Leica Sprinter keeps it as simple as 1, 2, 3.

To ensure accuracy and reliability, a built in tilt-warning sensor prevents the operator from taking measurements unless the instrument is leveled. When you’re set just aim through the eyepiece then push the red button. Sprinter records height and distance automatically. Leica Sprinter’s fast efficient use of your time means you’re good to go.

Take Sprinter to the next step by selecting point ID from the menu and establish a benchmark. From that point measure any location and the sprinter calculates differences and elevation automatically. Distances and percent slope difference can also be displayed. It’s easy, once focused Sprinter’s electronic eye accurately measures staff barcode data in less than three seconds at ranges from 6 feet up to 260 feet. What you do with the data is totally up to you. View and delete it. Store it on board, or download and archive it to a laptop or desktop PC from Sprinter 100M.

The Leica Sprinter from Leica Geosystems. Today’s dependable, error-free electronic leveling solution for commercial and civil construction, landscaping, tunneling, agriculture and more. It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3.

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