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Automatic Levels (9 Styles Available)

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the uses of automatic levels?

Automatic levels are used in surveying and construction to measure, set, or transfer horizontal levels. They are helpful in various applications like installing foundations, excavating, building fences and decks, landscaping, and roadwork, among others.

Why is it called an automatic level?

This survey leveling instrument is called as such because of its compensator or auto leveling system. This system allows this optical instrument to stay leveled even if its position gets disturbed.

What is the difference between an auto level and a dumpy level?

A dumpy level offers a simpler design and is easier to use than an auto level. However, a dumpy level needs more effort from the user to provide the same level of accuracy as what an auto level provides. An auto level, meanwhile, features a built-in compensator, which can automatically adjust and level its line of sight.

How do I calibrate an automatic level?

Place the tripod between the benchmark location and the spot you need to measure. Then, mount the automatic level on the tripod and position its telescope over two leveling screws. After that, turn the leveling screws until the instrument is level. Finally, ensure that your instrument is level by rotating it 180 degrees.

How do I use an automatic level?

  • Place the leveling rod over the benchmark location.
  • Through your telescope, find the backsight measurement or the difference in height between the level and the benchmark location.
  • Add the backsight measurement to the benchmark height to get the height of your level.
  • Find the foresight measurement or the difference in height between the level and the spot to be measured.
  • Calculate the height of the spot by deducting the foresight measurement from the level’s height.

Automatic Levels

In construction projects, every second is gold. The problem is that ensuring the accuracy of measurements requires a huge amount of time—equipment should be perfectly leveled and securely set up, and results should still be double-checked. For a quicker leveling setup, the best tool to use is an automatic level. Like other optical instruments, an automatic level helps in establishing, measuring, and transferring horizontal benchmarks. The only difference is that it will stay perfectly leveled despite the changes in field conditions, such as temperature fluctuations or unstable handling of operators. As such, they are ideal for leveling tasks like laying pipes, landscaping, installing decks, and building foundations. Here on Engineer Warehouse, there are automatic levels that feature the most precise compensators to allow stable levels regardless of impact, vibrations, and other sorts of changes in their surroundings. With their telescopes that offer 32x magnification, operators can have a sharp view of the points being measured. To establish the level points or to measure distances, their telescopes also have stadia lines. Moreover, these automatic levels, along with their graduated circles, can help in measuring horizontal angles for alignment and layout work.

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