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Auto Levels

Surveyors, builders and engineers use auto levels every day to take measurements and adjust for human error. If you're using an auto level, accuracy is one of your top priorities, so you need equipment that can meet your needs and stand up to the right environments. That's why Duncan-Parnell has partnered with Nikon, Trimble and Spectra to offer a wide selection of high-quality auto levels.

Our selection of auto levels includes compact, lightweight and rugged options, as well as powerful combinations of all three. Here's how our brands stack up:

  • Nikon: From Nikon, we carry the AP-8, AC-2S and AX-2S. These models all have magnetic-dampened auto compensators and double-sided, continuous horizontal tangent knobs for easy adjustments. Nikon's exceptional imaging technology comes through with bright, clear images and maximum magnification ranging from 20x to 28x. All models are weather-resistant and feature a friction brake for quick rotation.
  • Trimble: Trimble offers a versatile level perfect for an array of surveying and construction tasks. This auto level provides fast results without sacrificing its exceptional accuracy. It has a rugged build and is dustproof and waterproof with an IP55 rating for whatever conditions you'll face on the job.
  • Spectra: Spectra's powerful yet affordable FOCUS auto level offers a versatile solution for height measurements. It features an easy-to-use interface that reduces eye fatigue and allows for quick data recording and transfer. Its quick measurement routines contribute to Spectra's productivity-boosting design.

Most of our auto levels come with durable cases and are compatible with tripods, prisms and prism poles. For accurate, durable and easy-to-use equipment, you need a partner you can trust, and Duncan-Parnell can help. We're certified dealers for the above brands, and our expert staff can help you identify the right tool for your work.

Successful projects start here. Check out our product pages to learn more about individual auto levels, or contact us if you have any questions!