The new Spectra Precision Laser HL700 Laserometer features digital readout of elevation. Large sensing range and anti-strobe sensor, the Spectra Precision Laser HL700 Laserometer features a digital readout of elevation that provides a numeric display of ± 2 inches (±5 cm). The readout is displayed on the large front and rear LCD’s and shows exactly how far the elevation is from on-grade. Accurate measurements can be made without moving the rod clamp, saving time and increasing productivity. The HL700 has a 5 inch (12.7 cm) reception height, more than double the industry standard, which allows quick acquisition of the laser beam. Also included is a patented anti-strobe sensor that prevents construction lights from giving faulty signals and makes it easier to identify the laser beam signals. The Laserometer is designed to survive the tough construction site conditions. It is totally waterproof and can withstand a drop of 10 feet (3 meters) onto concrete. Highly visible LED’s on the front show red for high and low and green for on-grade. The HL700 can be used as either a hand-held or rod mounted receiver for a wide range of applications.