CST/Berger Introduced the LMH Series

CST/Berger Introduced the LMH Series

CST/Berger introduced the LMH Series automatic self-leveling rotary laser products. The LMH Series levels itself with electronic sensors interfaced with motors, eliminating the need for re-leveling or rechecks. Featuring a built-in “anti-drift system,” if the unit is disturbed the operator is instantly alerted. The LMH has a leveling accuracy of 1/16 in at 100 ft (1.6 mm at 30 m) and features a single beam offering 600 rpm rotation and a self-leveling range of ±5º, with a recommended working range of 2,000 ft (610 m) diameter with laser detector. It includes the LD-400 universal laser detector. The LMH-C includes the LD-100N universal laser detector. With a leveling accuracy of 3/32 in at 100 ft (2.4 mm at 30 m), the LMH-C features a single beam offering 600 rpm rotation. The LMH-GR features a single grade function with a leveling accuracy of 1/16 in at 100 ft (1.6 mm at 30 m). The single beam has a self-leveling range of ±5º. Manual grade mode adjusts up to 10 percent in a positive or negative grade. The LMH600 is enhanced with features including dual grade function allowing specialized site preparation. Dual beams offer vertical plumb and variable rotation speeds for interior and exterior use. (CST/Berger, Watseka, Ill.)

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