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Leica's Sprinter digital levels, any good?  


KJac
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I'm looking to buy a digital level and the brand name and price point of the Leica Sprinter 150m and 250m are pretty appealing. Does anyone use these on a regular basis? Are they more construction-grade than survey-grade? The specs show it to be pretty accurate in comparison to the more expensive options.

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Brad Ott
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I am curious.  I see an offer at Amazon for $100/month for twelve months from WU TECHNOLOGIES in Florida.  Anybody have experience with these folks?  I did not see a website after a quick search...

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I have a 250m and have used it quite a bit. When I bought it, it had better specs than anything close in price. Better than the Topcon/Sokia, Spectra, or Geomax units.  To get better is a huge step up in price for a Leica. 

I like it a lot. It save me from the common rod read blunders, runs a simple program that downloads a traditional looking set of level notes into an excel spreadsheet, and gives me great closures. 

No complaints whatsoever. 

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That's good to hear. Do you know how many pins the Lemo port is? It's the round external port for transferring data, but I can't find how many pins it has anywhere in the Leica documentation. I'd like to hook up a serial to bluetooth adapter to it.

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Using 150m for the last 5-6 years. No problems except that i can't find a way to import raw data to Leica Infinity

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5 pins. 

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