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Leica

DNA10 and DNA03 digital levels provide accuracy from 0.01 to 0.04 inches per 0.6 miles

October 01, 2002

LeicaDNA10 and DNA03 digital levels provide accuracy from 0.01 to 0.04 inches per 0.6 miles. Measuring height differences and performing line leveling and stake-outs is quick with the measure-and-record function. Data automatically transfers to a personal computer via a PDMCIA card or a direct RS232 connection. Standard software configures the units, creates code lists and stake-out-height lists, and maintains system software. Users can also create custom output formats. The levels have a large, bright eight-line display.

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