Offers highly accurate grade information for all visual machine control applications
360 degree MACHINE MOUNTED RECEIVER with LMD360R In-CAB WIRELESS DISPLAY
LEICA LMR360R Machine Receiver OVERVIEW Large 360° Detection windows pick up any rotating laser, from any angle. Built-in vertical indicator monitors angle of the stick, signaling if it's plumb or under or overextended. Vertical position ensures consistent and accurate grade readings, saving money by reducing over and under cutting. Large magnets allow quick mount and easy movement from machine to machine. Mounting clamp kit also included with this package.
LEICA LMR360R Machine Receiver FEATURES
Accurate Grade Control
Large 9-3/4 inch capture height
Built-In Vertical Indicator
Remote In-Cab Wireless Display panel mounts to the windshield with a heavy-duty suction cup. Won’t block operator’s view.
Compatible with any Rotary Laser
Rechargeable Battery Included
LED indicators show position of cutting edge in relation to the laser reference beam. Seven display channels (indicators) in coarse mode; nine channels in fine mode.
Memory stores the last signal received. Arrows indicate which way to move the cutting edge to reach the reference plane.
Receiver has plumb LED indicator; remote display has direction arrows for plumbing up the dipper stick. If used on a dozer or grader, these LEDs can be turned off for a simpler display and longer battery life.
LEICA LMD360R Wireless Remote Display... Puts grade information in the cab
LEICA LMD360R Remote Wireless In-CAB Display FEATURES
Clear remote display panel mounts to the windshield with a heavy-duty suction cup. Won’t block operator’s view
Displays the 9 channels of the receiver, plus the vertical indicator arrows. It receives the information via wireless RF link (no cable needed).
Both the receiver and remote have menus, enabling you to scroll through menu choices to change settings. All settings can be done through the remote display, without getting out of the cab. You can even turn off the receiver display from the remote, saving battery life.
Choice of receiver channels: switch to the 2nd frequency if there are two systems on a job site.