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Machine Control System, AGL GeoMax EzDig "S" 1D Standard Excavator Guidance System #834407

Machine Control System,  AGL GeoMax EzDig "S" 1D Standard Excavator Guidance System #834407

Item No: #newitem385576181

Reg. Price: $9,495.00
Our Price: $8,985.00

Product Description

Machine Control System, AGL GeoMax EzDig "S" 1D Standard Excavator Guidance System #834407 The new easy and accurate way to guide excavators Operating an excavator has mainly been based on guesswork. Does this look like a 1:2 slope? Is the depth of this trench 1.5m deep or will I hit the pipeline at 2.5m? Even with the help of batter rails and reference pegs roughly providing guidance, the job still remained at best a “good guess”. Classic machine control systems are not an option because even if they provide you with all this information, they are expensive and time consuming to install and learn. EzDig The new GeoMax EzDig S and T excavator guidance system offers the easiest calibration and equipment operation available on the market – and at an affordable price. The EzDig excavator guidance systems “work when you do. Sensor plates mounting via 3M extra strong adhesive tape, no welding necessary Laser Receiver for optional reference to laser rotator Wireless communication to controller Self-calibrating high precision angle sensor Removal key Solar powered and charged sensors with low cost.
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    Machine control receivers work with rotating lasers. The laser provides a reference plane of laser light over the jobsite. The receiver is mounted above the machine's cutting edge on grading equipment or on the dipper arm of excavation equipment. The receiver is initially set on-grade to a known desired elevation or benchmark. As the machine is used and the blade or bucket is moved, the operator is given a visual indication of which direction to move the blade or bucket to get to on-grade, effectively checking grade from the cab.