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Digital Level Set, Ext, 3V, 55 to 144 In
- Item # 24L219
- Mfr. Model # MPL-3
- UNSPSC # 27111802
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 26.15 lbs.
- ItemDigital Level Set
- Range (Ft.)0 Degrees ~ +/- 90 Degrees x 4 (360 Degrees )
- Accuracy0.01 in./ft.
- Preset Angle (Deg.)90
- Power Source(2) 3-Volt Batteries (Included)
- Visual/Audible IndicatorsYes
- CharacteristicsConnectible/Extendable: Left Hand Section With A Digital Module LCD Display And A Right Hand Section With Over and Under Bubble Vials: 2 Recessed Into Body (Level And Plumb), 3 Modes, Auto Off, Impact Resistant ABS Polymer
- Dimensions (In.)55L x 10W x 6H
- Operating Temp. (F)32 to 104 Degrees
- ApplicationFor Measuring Plumb and Level on Long Structures
- IncludesBatteries, Instructions For Use
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