Featuring a digital readout of elevation and fingerprint functionality, the Spectra Precision HL760 provides fast grade checking and accurate laser readings. This advanced laser detector includes all the functions of the HL750 with the addition of grade matching and PlaneLok capabilities with the new Spectra self-leveling and grade lasers.
The HL760 has a unique fingerprint feature that reduces connection errors and conflicts on jobsites where more than one laser is being used. Once paired with the construction laser, the HL760 only accepts the beam from the laser it is paired with.
Grade Match and PlaneLok
This Spectra digital readout receiver enables Grade Match and PlaneLok features when working with the LL400HV, HV302, GL412N and GL422N lasers. Grade match slopes the laser automatically to match the fall between two elevations, while PlaneLok is available in both horizontal and vertical planes and automatically locks the beam on the receiver and keeps it on-grade.
Includes a rod clamp, the HL760 shows the exact distance from on-grade on its large front and rear LCDs. It also has six accuracy settings and selectable units of measure are displayed in millimeter, centimeter, feet, inch or fractional inches. In addition, the HL760 can communicate with another HL760 for a longer range, wireless remote display and monitoring.
This Spectra laser detector has a 5-inch reception height for quick acquisition of the laser beam and an anti-strobe sensor that prevents false readings from strobe lights, making it easier to identify true laser beam signals.
With an IP67 rating, the HL760 is dustproof and water resistant. It can withstand a drop of up to 10 feet high onto concrete and operates up to 60 hours using two AA alkaline batteries. It also automatically shuts off after 30 minutes of being idle to save power.
This Spectra laser receiver comes with a rod clamp, batteries and 3-year manufacturer's warranty.