Set up the Rugby 100 on a 5/8”-11 Tripod or flat level surface.
Press the Off/On Power Button once to turn on the laser at 10 rps.
Press the Off/On Power Button a second time to decrease to 5 rps.
The Rugby 100 will self-level and then begin to rotate.
Automatic H.I. Alert will become active after 30 seconds.
Work can begin.
Set up the Rugby 100 on a 5/8"-11 Tripod or flat level surface.
Press the Off/On Power Button once to turn on the laser at 10 rps or twice at 5 rps.
Press the Automatic/Manual Button once to operate the Rugby in manual mode.
Align the plane of laser light to the jobsite requirements.
Work can begin.
Using Manual Operation with Grade:
Setting up the Rugby with manual grade can be accomplished by one person, but it is generally easier using two people working together. The Rugby should be set up so that the operator is looking at the switch panel and the area to be graded beyond the laser.
Set up the Rugby at one end of the area to be graded, put the Rugby in manual mode, and take a reading using your Rod-Eye receiver directly in front of the laser (more than three feet/one meter from the laser for best results).
Have a second person move to a control point at the other end of the jobsite and adjust the height. Manually increase (decrease) the grade of the Rugby until a beep is heard on the receiver
The second person should hold the grade rod still and indicate to the operator when the beam is too high or too low by observing the audio tones and arrow indications on the Rod-Eye receiver.
Adjust the manual grade until the center bar and/or solid tone is heard from the receiver.
Checking Level Calibration:
To check level calibration of your Rugby Laser, place the unit on a flat, level surface or tripod approximately 100 ft (30 m) from a wall. Align Axis one of the Rugby so that it is square with the wall. Allow the unit to self-level completely approximately one minute after the unit begins to rotate), and then mark the position of the beam (position 1).
Rotate the Rugby 180°, allow it to self level and mark the opposite side of the
first axis (position 2). Align the second axis of the Rugby by rotating it 90° so that this axis is now square with the wall. Allow the unit to self-level completely, and then mark the position of the beam (position 3).