This comparison chart shows all the features and technical details for the whole Leica Rugby 600 & 800 series. Leica-Rugby-600-800-Comparison Format : PDF
Smart Targeting step-by-step using the Rod Eye 180 Using the Smart Target feature you can match an existing grade. The Rugby moves to the new grade position, displays the grade found and begins self-levelling to maintain the grade over time. … Continued
It is the responsibility of the user to follow operating instructions and to periodically check the accuracy of the laser and work as it progresses. The Rugby is adjusted to the defined accuracy specification at the factory. It is recommended … Continued
How to change alkaline and li-ion batteries in the Leica Rugby Laser Level.
In the laying down position the Rugby 640 can be used for laying out wall positions, squaring, transferring points and more.
The Rugby 640 can also be used for suspended ceiling installations.
The Rugby 640 and the Rod Eye 140, Classic Receiver create a vertical plane of laser light that is aligned to the building and acts as a constant reference for facade installations.
How to setup batter boards The Rugby 640 and the Rod Eye 140, Classic Receiver create a vertical plane of laser light that acts as a virtual string line for batter board setups.
Step by step guide for entering gradeswith a Leica Rugby Laser.
Step by step guide for manual grading with a Leica Rugby Laser. This application is shown using a Rod Eye 140, Classic Receiver.