Earthmoving Receivers

Earthmoving receivers, also known as machine control receivers or laser receivers, are essential components in modern construction and earthmoving equipment.

These receivers work in conjunction with laser transmitters or total stations to guide heavy machinery, such as bulldozers, graders, excavators, and scrapers, during grading and excavation operations.

They are designed to receive laser signals emitted by rotating lasers or total stations. These lasers project a plane or slope onto the construction site. The receivers are typically mounted on grading and excavation equipment. As the machinery moves, the receiver detects the laser signal and provides real-time information to the equipment operator, guiding them to achieve the desired grade or slope.

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