Setting up Batter Boards
The Rugby 640 and the Rod Eye 140, Classic Receiver create a vertical plane of laser light that acts as a virtual string line for batter board setups.
|1||Mount the Rugby to the clamp and then the clamp to the batter board.|
|2||Turn on the Rugby.The laser beam will automatically point downwards so that the laser and the clamp can be positioned directly over the surveyed reference nail.|
|3||Set the head rotation to the fastest speed (10 rps).|
|1||Mount the receiver to the receiver bracket using the 90° adapter.|
|2||Attach the bracket to the batter board. The top of the receiver bracket should be tight against the surveyed reference nail.|
|3||Turn on the receiver.|
Use the remote control to move the rotating laser beam left or right until the receiver displays an on-grade position.