The Rugby 55 is used for:
- Ceiling grids and floor layout, raised access floors and transferring
- Setting window supports, cabinetry layout, interior walls,
tilt ups and setting benchmarks
- Elevation control, foundations & footing, plumb and
Leica Rugby 55’s scanning or stationary beam can be quickly
positioned in 90 degree by moving the beam to the right or left side of the
laser making layout easier.
The laser’s beam down mode can be engaged by selecting zero
rps with the head speed button; the rotating head then automatically positions
itself in a plumb down direction for alignment over a reference point.
The Leica Rugby 55 can be put into sleep mode for two hours
by pressing the up and down buttons on the remote simultaneously, saving
battery life without disturbing the setup.
Leica offers a 2 year warranty; register within 8 weeks
after purchase to extend the warranty.
Leica Rugby 55 Specifications
|Operating Range (Rotating Beam) 300 meters (1000 feet) Diameter|
|Operating Range (Plumb Beam) up to 60 meters (200 feet)|
|Self-leveling Accuracy* ±2.6mm at 30 meters (±3/32 inches at 100 feet)|
|Self-leveling Range ±5 degrees|
|Rotating Speeds 0, 2, 5, 10 rps|
|Laser Diode (type) 635 nm (bright red)|
|Dimensions (HWD) 158 x 163 x 166 millimeters (6.2 x 6.4 x 6.5 inches)|
|Weight with Batteries 1.85 kilograms (4.0 pounds)|
|Battery Type Two D-cells or NiMH pack|
|Battery Life** Alkaline: 50 hours; NiMH: 30 hours|
|Operating Temperature -20 to +50 degrees Celcius (-4 degrees Fahrenheit to +122 degrees Fahrenheit)|
|Storage Temperature -40 to +70 degrees Celcius (-40 degrees Fahrenheit to +158 degrees Fahrenheit)|
|Dust / water (IEC60529) IP55|
IR Remote Control
|IR Remote Range Up to 40 meters (130 feet)|
|IR Remote Battery Life Up to two years|