Automatic Lasers

 

Construction laser

Cross line laser

Dot laser tools

Dual grade laser

Green beam laser

Interior laser

Laser detector

Interior multiline laser

Pipe installation laser

Plumb laser

Single grade laser

 

Automatic Levels

 

Digital electronic level

Automatic dumpy level

 

Leica Disto

 

Leica disto D210

Leica disto X310

Leica disto D3aBT

Leica disto D510

Leica disto D810

Disto accessory

 

Laser Calibration 

Laser level repair

 

Cable Locators

 

Leica digicat 550i

Leica digimouse

Leica digitex

Leica digitrace

Pipe locator

Signal clamp

 

Machine Control

 

2D control system

Machine control system

Leica digging system

Universal receiver
 

Rail Alignment

RS 4000 system

 

Total Station

 

Electronic theodolite

Leica total station

Topcon theodolite 

 
 
 
 
 
 
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Working in one of these businesses? Builder will increase your efficiency:  

Site supervisors

Foremen

Steel workers

House builders

Interior builders

Wood constructors

Landscapers

Architects

Roofers

Civil engineers

Carpenters

Utility line installers

Solar plant installers

Archaeologists

Fencers

Stage builders

How to use Leica Builder:

 

link: http://www.leica-geosystems.com/downloads123/zz/tps/BuilderSeries/manuals/Builder_Series_HowTo_Guide_en.pdf

  
 
Leica Builder 100 - if you need to trust angles and alignments:
With a laser plummet for simple and fast setup over control line, dual axis compensation for accurate plumbing, endless drives eliminating steps, audible notice for 90 o turns, graphical leveling aid for fast and convenient setup and IP55 rating, the Leica Builder 100 is an outstanding theodolite.
 

Leica Builder 200 - when tapes are a thing of the past:


Traditional layouts require many steps and manipulations. The Leica Builder reduces these steps. As such the Leica Builder 200 adds benefit by reducing the number of set-ups and offers laser-aided layouts up to 80m/260ft. Its serial interface allows connection to any 3rd party device/program. 3 languages loadable.
 

Leica Builder 300 - when a construction plan goes digital:


Call up plan data and record points eliminates read and write errors, data exchange via industrial grade USB stick simplifies data handling, a direct DXF download function, tracking mode, setup any-where function, optional volumes calculation and laser distance measurements up to 120m/400ft make the Leica Builder 300 a real workhorse.
 

Leica Builder 400 - if performance makes the deal:


With an extended working range to prisms of up to 500m/1600ft (optional 3500m/2.2mi), a full alpha-numeric keyboard for rapid entry/recall of point numbers (cell phone style use), short range laser distance measurements with 15m/50ft for quick as-builts of inaccessible points and a huge memory of 50'000 points, Leica Builder 400 is the high performer in its league.

 

Leica Builder 500 - when versatility meets efficiency:


The "flagship" of the Leica Builder Series equipped with all of the above features plus wireless com-munication via Bluetooth, full laser distance measurements up to 250m/820ft and up to 1.5mm accuracy at 100m covers the full range of tasks to be performed on any construction site. An -30 oC option is available additionally.
 
 
 

Builder Specifications

Leica Builder 100

Leica Builder 200

Leica Builder 300

Leica Builder 400

Leica Builder 500

Full Power Site Software

 

 

 

 

o

Wireless Communication

 

 

 

 

o

Prism Measurement Mode

 

 

 

o

o

Full alphanumeric keyboard

 

 

 

o

o

Volumes Calculation

 

 

o

o

o

Data Im/Export to USB Stick

 

 

o

o

o

PC/Handheld Interface

 

o

o

o

o

Laser Distance Measure

 

o

o

o

o

Control Line Setup

 

o

o

o

o

3 Languages

o

o

o

o

o

Leveling Aid

o

o

o

o

o

Dual Axis Compensator

o

o

o

o

o

Laser Plummet

o

o

o

o

o

Li-Ion Batteries

o

o

o

o

o

Internal Memory [points]

-

-

15'000

50'000

50'000

Angular Accuracy

9'', 6''

9'', 6''

9'', 6''

9'', 5''

9'', 5'', 3''

Distance without reflector (90% reflective)

-

80 m

120 m

15 m

250 m

Distance to reflective tape (60mm x 60mm)

-

250 m

250 m

15 m

250 m

Distance to glass prism

-

-

-

500 (3500) m

500 (3500) m

 
  
Frequently Asked Questions:      
 
Why should I invest in an electronic distance measurement tool instead of continuing to work with a simple measuring tape?
The combination of distance and angle measurements enables the Builder to calculate points e. g. for a rectangular layout, reducing possible errors and saving time. A single measurement with the Builder 200 often saves many conventional measurements.
 

How to exchange the data with the Builder 300?
Simply connect the USB cable (part of scope of delivery) to your PC and to the Builder. Before connecting the first time, install the USB driver on the PC.
Install the Construction Data Manager Software which is on a CD that comes in the red Builder Container. After install, the software asks for registration. You can skip registration and try it out first, later you can register at any time to use the program fully and free of extra charge.

What stands EDM for?
Electronic Distance Measurement

What means True Zero?
A glass prism requires the laser beam from the EDM to pass the prism, and that results in a measurement that is typically longer than the true distance between the prism pole and the Builder. The difference to the true distance is called prism offset. The TrueZero Builder prisms have zero prism offset, they are made in a way that the measured distance always equals the true distance within the overall accuracy specification of the EDM.

What makes a Theodolite to become a Total Station?
The capacity to measure distances electronically (EDM) and to store them in a memory.

Some people call it Tachymeter. What does that mean?
That's historical and was used for the first theodolites with inbuilt EDM. Later (but more than 25 years ago from now) when the memory was added people started to call it Total Station because it was perceived to be the total solution at that time. But as the Leica SmartStation shows, there is still a lot of room for technical innovations and thus for new names.

Typically only surveyors use total stations?
No, many people use Builder today, foremen, architects, all without having a surveying education in their personal record. That's because of the Leica PowerSite Software.

What makes Leica PowerSite software so special?
First of all, it is the first software for Theodolites (Total Stations) that matches contractor needs because it wasn't at first hand made for a surveyor but for contractor. Second, the software runs on all Builder models, from 100 up to 500, that makes it unique because no other software in the market provides unique operation of a series of instruments ranging from theodolites up to Total Stations.