Automatic Levels

Invented in the early 1700’s, Dumpy Level was considered standard, until the Transit Level was invented in the 1830’s. The level has further evolved into an Automatic Level. This automatic level is an optical instrument leveraged in surveying and building to transfer, measure, and set horizontal levels.

The Dumpy level was a simple device with a small telescope, and a bubble level attached to it. Although, the design till date remains the same, the modern day Automatic Levels have more bells and whistles. Professional automatic levels are built for the construction site and general survey tasks. They are precise, easy to set up, and will ace every performance comparison – from general construction applications, to the precision levelling for deformation studies and industrial measuring tasks.

GeoFennel Auto Level, Model GFE32

A high quality engineers’ automatic level with the most robust compensator available on the market. Brilliant optical system for clear view at all conditions.


Robust and temperature insensitive
Highly accurate and free moving vertical axis
Separate horizontal clamp
Accurate tangent screw movement and focusing drive without backlash
Optical sighting device
Excellent image quality
Service-friendly due to simple construction

Sokkia Automatic Level, Model B-20/B-40A/B30A

he Sokkia B40A /B-30A/B-20 automatic level incorporates field-proven precise and reliable compensator for accuracy you can rely upon. The optimally designed telescope provides exceptionally bright and sharp view that reduces operator’s eyestrain. Quick collimation and horizontal angle measurement combine for fast and easy aiming of layout and alignment tasks.