The AccuGrade System can significantly improve the productivity and accuracy of grading equipment - by as much as 50% over conventional methods. Used primarily for finishing grading, the system is easy to learn. With minimal training, even inexperienced operators are able to get up to speed in no time at all.
The AccuGrade® Laser Grade Control System is a high technology earthmoving tool that allows dozer operators to grade and fill with increased accuracy without the use of traditional stakes or grade checkers. Using advanced laser technology, machine-mounted components and an off-board laser transmitter, this state-of-the-art machine control system is field-proven and versatile. The dual laser system is ideal for fine grading of sites with flat, single or dual slope surfaces.
AccuGrade® Cross Slope
AccuGrade Cross Slope is a grade control system designed to control surface cross slope. Machine-mounted sensors are used to calculate necessary blade slope positioning to achieve desired cross slope of the surface. The system makes automatic adjustments to the left or right lift cylinder, typically performed by the operator. It delivers all the information the operator needs to quickly and easily spread or cut material at the correct cross slope to the in-cab display. The operator can select which side of the blade to control automatically. Elevation is controlled manually by matching grade, or automatically by adding an elevation control device.
AccuGrade® Sonic is a grade control system designed to control surface elevation. The sonic system uses an ultrasonic sensor to maintain the blade at the same relative vertical distance to an external reference, such as a string line or curb and gutter. The system makes automatic elevation adjustments typically performed by the operator when in cross slope only control.
The AccuGrade GPS control system is the best solution when the construction site involves contours, rather than single or dual slope planes. The AccuGrade 3D system uses GPS technology to compare the blade position to a three-dimensional computerized site plan and signals the operator or hydraulic system to raise or lower the blade to achieve the design requirements. AccuGrade GPS is designed for a wide range of construction earthwork applications, from bulk clearing with high production rates to finish grading with tight tolerances.
AccuGrade ATS is a highaccuracy dynamic tracking system that uses an Advanced Tracking Sensor (ATS) to track a machine and monitor blade positioning. An ATS instrument on the work site is used to track a target, which is mounted on the blade of the machine, to determine precise 3D positioning.
The ATS instrument continuously measures the target's position and transmits real-time positioning data to the operator via the in-cab display, which shows the exact position of the blade in relation to the design. The system uses the positioning data to calculate desired elevation and cross slope.
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