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Line Laser Receiver, LINO Series, 262 ft
- Item # 43Y394
- Mfr. Model # RVL100
- UNSPSC # 41111615
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 1.55 lbs.
- Item Line Laser Receiver
- Type LINO Series
- Power Source 9V Battery
- Accuracy +/-0.0625 or 0.125"
- Construction Plastic w/Rubber Overmold
- Characteristics Large Laser Reception Window, Optical And Acoustic Signals To Locate Laser, Dual Display Front And Back, Quick Adjustment Holder And Rod Clamp, Magnets On Receiver for Direct Attachment to Metal Surfaces, Detects Red Pulsed Laser Beams Up To 262 ft.
- For Use With Leica Lino Line Lasers, and Other Brands of Pulsed Line Lasers
- Application Allows Extended Range Of Line Laser Products To Pick Up The Laser Signal At Long Distances Or When Laser Is Not Visible To The Human Eye
- Includes Laser Receiver, Battery, Grade Rod Clamp, User Manual, Quick Start Guide
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