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Red beam construction lasers have bee around for many years, but more recently green beam lasers are becoming available.  Within the family of red beam lasers you have line or dot lasers that work up to 100 ft and red beam rotating lasers that can work up to 1000ft.  Examples are the Leica L2+, Leica L2P5 or the Leica Rugby 640 and Leica Rugby 840.

Green beam lasers are 4 times brighter than red lasers when using them a a visible laser dot or line for indoor applications.  Out doors in full sun you cannot realistically see any construction laser dot or line (red or gree) and that is where your electronic laser receiver comes in to see the laser for you.  For outdoor applications whether red or green, a good electronic laser receiver is the way to go.  The green light laser does cost a bit more. but for indoor applications, the green beam line or dot laser is much easier to see.

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I have had many contractors ask me what is the difference in the Leica Rugby 610 Laser versus the Leica Rugby 640 Laser.  Both have a visible laser red diode, but the price between the two is different.

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Leica Geosystems introduced the Rugby 800 Series construction lasers as one of the more durable and dependable lasers on the market today. Without a question, in my 30 plus years in the Laser and Instrument business, I have personally found that to be true. It is all around the best on the market.

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Red line and dot laser beams are great, but have you seen the new Green Beam Lino L2G+?  Wow - Much brighter and easier to see vs the red beam!

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The AGL 2500 is powered by one 12 volt rechargeable nicad battery pack. The AGL 2700 and 3000 lasers are powered by either the Li-Ion rechargeable battery or the alkaline battery pack. Both can run off an external 12 volts power cordRead More

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Construction contractors are always looking for new ways to get the job done efficiently and save money at the same time. So when something comes along that can do both, it is a win for the company.

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When choosing laser level tools, it is important to consider what type of job the laser level will be used on.Read More

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You can operate the Beam Aligner 6770, 6775 or 6790 by connecting the laser to a 12 volt battery such
as a car or truck battery. I have that cable, part number 727639, in stock. However, it is best not to run
the vehicle engine when cable is connected. This can result in damage to the laser.

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Cablibration: There is no set interval for calibrating either the ProShot AS2 or ProShot AS2 Magnum
grade lasers, but calibration should be checked from time to time in order to ensure that the
highest possible quality of work is being done.Read More

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Lasco Laser & Instrument Company celebrates 39 years of service, providing professional construction laser and optical instrument repairs for most all major brands.

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