Automatic and Digital Surveying Levels
We offer a large range of levels from tough, budget-priced construction levels to modern digital levels with cutting edge electronic technology. Our levels are quickly set up, very precise and top every comparison of price to performance ratios.
SES offer the most comprehensive range of Automatic Level and Digital Levels on the market today. Our range is designed by surveyors and development engineers with years of experience. With some of the best prices around, and unrivalled technical support, you can buy from us with confidence.
Auto Levels (10)Automatic Levels Professional automatic optical levels (also known as dumpy levels) are built for the construction site and general survey tasks. They are quickly set up, precise and will top every comparison of price to performance ratio. They cover all areas from general construction applications through to the precision leveling for deformation studies and industrial measuring tasks. The series of Automatic Levels we have available include the Leica NA300 ideal for daily levelling tasks, the Leica NA500 suited for the building and construction site and the Leica NA700 the toughest optical levels available.
Digital Levels (4)Leica digital levels improve standards for levelling on construction sites and general surveying tasks. They are simple to use, take measurements quickly, and minimise human error, while the integrated programs enhance levelling work. Experience shows that with a digital level there is up to 50% time saving when compared with conventional levels. The digital surveying levels we stock and supply include the Leica Sprinter 50 which is easy to use and comes with digital height reading, the Sprinter 150 which comes with additional functions and the Sprinter 150M & 250M with memory for advanced work.
Theodolite (1)A Theodolite is a precision instrument for measuring angles in the horizontal and vertical planes. Theodolites are used mainly for surveyimg applications, and have been adapted for specialized purposes in fields like metrology and rocket launch technology. A modern theodolite consists of a movable telescope mounted within two perpendicular axes—the horizontal or trunnion axis, and the vertical axis. When the telescope is pointed at a target object, the angle of each of these axes can be measured with great precision, typically to seconds of arc.