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CST/Berger introduces the LMH Series

August 26, 2002
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CST/Berger introduces the LMH Series Automatic Self-Leveling Rotary Laser Products. High-end laser performance is now available at a fraction of the cost. The LMH Series levels itself with electronic sensors interfaced with motors, eliminating the need for re-leveling or rechecks. No leveling screws or bubbles - just turn it on and you are ready for work.

Plus, the built-in "anti-drift system" provides peace of mind when working on a busy job site - if unit is disturbed, the operator is instantly alerted.

The LMH has a leveling accuracy of 1/16-inch at 100 feet (1.6mm at 30m) and features a single beam offering 600 RPM rotation. Self-leveling range of ±5º, with a recommended working range of 2000' (610m) diameter with laser detector. Includes LD-400 universal laser detector.

Suggested List Price: $1095

The LMH-C is economical and includes the LD-100N universal laser detector. With a leveling accuracy of 3/32-inch at 100 feet (2.4mm at 30m), the LMH-C features a single beam offering 600 RPM rotation.

Suggested List Price: $895

The LMH-GR features a single grade function with a leveling accuracy of 1/16-inch at 100 feet (1.6mm at 30m). The single beam has a self-leveling range of ±5º and is ideal for general site grading, checking excavations, landscaping and drainage, and more. Manual grade mode is easily activated and adjusts up to 10% in a positive or negative grade. Includes LD-400 universal laser detector.

Suggested List Price: $1195

LMH600 is enhanced with features including dual grade function allowing specialized site preparation such as road grading, grading and paving, irrigation, trenching, landfills, slopes and embankments, and pipelaying. Dual beams offer vertical plumb and variable rotation speeds (0 RPM, 150 RPM, 300 RPM, and 600 RPM) for interior and exterior use. Scan mode adjusts to preset angles of 10º, 45º, 90º, and 180º to increase visibility.

Suggested List Price: $1095

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