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Personal Lightning Detector, 40 Miles
- Item # 5CFK7
- Mfr. Model # LD7
- UNSPSC # 39121621
- Catalog Page # 835
- Shipping Weight 0.36 lbs.
- ItemLightning Detector
- Ranges0 to 6 Miles, 6 to12 Miles, 12 to 24 Miles and 24 to 40 Miles.
- AlarmsAudible, Visual and Vibration
- Weight6 oz
- Power Source(2) AAA Batteries
- Includes(2) Batteries, Carabineer
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Do you have to reset it after lightning was indicated?
Is there a limited amount of times it can be used?
The detector has no calibration schedule. The manufacturer states it depends on your company's calibration schedule, but it would need to be sent into a certified test lab for calibration. There is no need to reset the detector after lightning is detected and there is also no limit on the amount of times you can use the detector.
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