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TABLE 1-1. LOCATIONS AND FUNCTION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS OF AUTOMATIC LEVEL NA 2
TM 5-6675-329-13 & P
Section II: EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION
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PURPOSE, CAPABILITIES AND FEATURES
a.
The Surveying Level NA2-80 is designed to accurately measure the distance from one ground station to
another along a horizontal line.
b.
The Automatic Level NA2 will give a horizontal line of sight (will be self-leveling) provided the circular bubble
is-centered and the instrument is in adjustment.
c.
The Automatic Level NA2 is self-contained and may be carried in a single carrying case (see Figure 1-4).
The Tripod Assembly GST-40 (see Figure 1-3) is not enclosed in a case. During field use, the Automatic Level NA2 may
be further protected from rain and dust by a separate cover (see Figure 1-2) which is placed over it while on the tripod.
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LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS
a.
The Surveying Level NA2-80 is comprised of the Automatic Level NA2 with case, the Tripod Assembly GST-
40 and the other major components illustrated in Figures 1-1 through 1-4 and listed in Table 1-1.
b.
Figure 1-3 shows the configuration of the Tripod Assembly GST-40 along with an underside view of the head
and the cover for the head. The Automatic Level NA2 is illustrated in Figure 1-2. The Carrying Case NA2-80 for the
Automatic Level.  NA2 is illustrated in Figure 1-4.  The tools recommended for operator and organizational level
maintenance are shown in Figure 1-5. The related parts for each figure are included.
c.
Electrical power is not required for the operation of this instrument.
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