Rotating laser

  • 19-Jun-2008 01:14 EDT
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Leica Geosystems’ Roteo 35 automatic self-leveling rotating laser offers operational flexibility for a range of interior leveling or alignment jobs. The all-in-one Roteo 35 features include an integrated motorized mount with remote operation capability that allows users to set working heights or move positions to millimeter accuracy. A fully automatic horizontal or vertical laser with 90° plumb beam, the Roteo offers a self-leveling range of ±9°, intuitive interface, and manual functionality for varying slope requirements on inclined planes. Scanning modes improve visibility in bright light conditions.

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