FL 510HV-G TRACKING M

The ideal outdoor laser

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Improved performance utilising PowerSwitch-Technology: The power of a class 3R in a class 2... more
Product information "FL 510HV-G TRACKING M"

Improved performance utilising PowerSwitch-Technology:
The power of a class 3R in a class 2 laser.

4 mm laser beam diameter for optimized compatibility at use with FMR 700 / 800 at long distance.

Including receiver FR 77-MM TRACKING with mm-indication.

Tracking functions:

  • The laser plane is automatically centred to the receiver “on-grade”
    • Vertical: in both X and Y axis
    • Horizontal: one axis X or Y, other axis horizontal self-levelled
    • For highest demands: exact monitoring of the tracked axis by continuous radio link between rotating laser and receiver. This application requires the use of a 2nd receiver for height checking work. Zonal control with electronic beam screen svoids spurious measurements caused by crossing laser planes and refl etions - increases site safety indication of grade value in % after completion of tracking process shown on the instrument and remote control display.

Slope functions:

  • Horizontal:
    • Digital grade setting of X and Y axis up to ±10 %
    • Manual slope setting of X and Y axise
  • Vertical:
    • Direction of X axis can be set up to ±10 % with Y axis self-levelled
    • Direction of X and Z axis can be set manually

Last tracked or keyed in grade value is retained after switching off and is retrievable from the memory (both X and Y axis).

  • Automatic TILT function
  • VWS function (Vibration-Wind-Security)
  • Rotation will not be stopped due to light ground and wind vibrations (combined with TILT function)
  • Zonal control with electronic beam screen (masking)
  • Fully functional 8-channel 2-way RF remote control
  • Li-Ion battery technology

Features

  • Dual Axis Laser
  • Horizontal and vertical
  • Digital grade adjustment
  • Monitored grade (also in tracking mode)
  • TILT function
  • VWS function
  • Tracking function horizontal and vertical
  • Zonal control
  • 90° beam to zenith
  • Illuminated display
  • 2-way RF remote control
  • Manual function
  • Operation with rechargeable Li-Ion or alkaline batteries
  • Dust / water protection IP 66
Self-levelling range: ± 8°
Accuracy vertical: ± 1,0 mm / 10 m
Accuracy horizontal: ± 0,5 mm / 10 m
Working range remote control: 100 m
Working area with FR 77-MM Tracking: Ø 800 m
Working range tracking function: 140 m
Power supply: intelligent / Li-Ion (Alkaline batteries optional)
X and Y-Axis: ∑ ± 14 %
Horizontal slope setting x-Axis: ± 10.000%
Horizontal slope setting Y-Axis: ± 10.000%
Vertical slope setting X axis: ± 10,000 %
Remote control channels: 8
Vertical slope setting Y(Z) axis: horizontal self-levelled
Weight (instrument only): 3,85 kg
Rotating speed rpm: 300, 600, 1100
Dust / water protection: IP 66
Temperature range: -10°C to +50°C
Operating time: 40 h
Laser class: 2
Eigenschaften: "FL 510HV-G TRACKING M"
Self-levelling range: ± 8°
Accuracy vertical: ± 1,0 mm / 10 m
Accuracy horizontal: ± 0,5 mm / 10 m
Working range remote control: 100 m
Working area with FR 77-MM Tracking: Ø 800 m
Working range tracking function: 140 m
Power supply: intelligent / Li-Ion (Alkaline batteries optional)
X and Y-Axis: ∑ ± 14 %
Horizontal slope setting x-Axis: ± 10.000%
Horizontal slope setting Y-Axis: ± 10.000%
Vertical slope setting X axis: ± 10,000 %
Remote control channels: 8
Vertical slope setting Y(Z) axis: horizontal self-levelled
Weight (instrument only): 3,85 kg
Rotating speed rpm: 300, 600, 1100
Dust / water protection: IP 66
Temperature range: -10°C to +50°C
Operating time: 40 h
Laser class: 2
Included in scope delivery: Receiver FR 77-MM TRACKING with clamps for levelling... mehr
Included in scope delivery:
  • Receiver FR 77-MM TRACKING with clamps for levelling staff and scaffold
  • Rechargeable batteries and charger
  • 2-way RF remote control
  • Li-Ion batteries and charger
  • Vertical mount
  • Telescopic viewfinder
  • Container

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