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Non-contact long distance laser rangefinders used for bridge, offshore, and hoist crane position monitoring
- Lasers with ranges up to 3,000 meters at millimeter accuracy
- Indoor/outdoor lasers built for tough environments
- Improve crash avoidance and automated retrieval leading to increased production and consistent productivity.
Long Distance Accurate Measurements
Long distance measurement to provide high quality measurements. Our different laser rangefinder models are proven reliable in many positioning environments.
- Range up to 3,000 meters
- Accuracy to within ± 1 millimeter
- Reliable in tough industrial environments
Touch Panel Accessory
Our touch panel allows you to view your crane positioning measurements in real time. Have the ability to change the units to millimeters, meters, inches, feet, and feet in fractions of an inch. Analyze the data of your processes.
Become More Efficient
Many industries use large overhead cranes to move heavy products. These cranes can be automated and monitored using long distance laser rangefinders. Our long distance lasers help to improve crash avoidance, automated retrieval, and maintain equipment more proactively and efficiently.
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