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20x Automatic Level - AL20M

Magnetically Damped (Degrees)
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Overview for the Spectra Precision Automatic Level 20X Automatic Level, Magnetically Damped (Degrees) AL20M

New Automatic Level Family Now Includes Magnetically Damped Instruments

The AL2XX 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 attach 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.
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. A horizontal scale directly below the eyepiece makes angle measurement quick and convenient.
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, tool kit, and user guides.

All models include a hard-shell carrying case, plumb bob, rain hood, hex key wrench, adjusting pin, and user guide.

  • Choice of magnification: 20x, 24x or 28x
  • New choice of magnetic damped or air damped automatic compensators
  • Double-sided, continuous horizontal tangent drives
  • Stadia lines for simple distance measurement
  • Convenient horizontal angle measurement
  • Built in bubble mirror and optical sighting alignment
  • Metal housing increases durability
  • Water resistant construction

Applications

  • Two-person leveling across the jobsite
  • Leveling forms and footers
  • Checking elevation
  • Measuring cut and fill