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- ItemSurface Laser
- TypeHorizontal and Vertical
- Leveling TypeAutomatic Self-Leveling Pendulum
- Range w/o Detector65 ft.
- Plumb DownNo
- Plumb UpNo
- Power Source(4) AA Alkaline or 12V Li-Ion Battery Pack (Optional)
- Accuracy+/- 1/8" @ 30 ft.
- Auto Leveling Range4 Degrees
- Preset AngleNone
- Number of Beams2
- Beam ColorRed
- Laser Class3R
- Wavelength630 to 670nm
- Max. Output1mW
- Visual/Audible IndicatorsYes
- Auto ShutoffYes
- FeaturesDetermines Level and Flatness of Floor by Projecting 2-Laser Lines that Meet on the Surface, Motorized Rotary Base, Range: Up to 30 ft. without Target Plate, Up to 60 ft. with Target Plate
- IncludesCarrying Case, Remote Control, (4) AA Batteries, Target Plate
- Dimensions8-5/16 x 7-3/4 x 8-1/16"
- Operating Temp.14 to 122 Degrees F
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