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Bosch GLR225 Laser Distance Meter 100m Manual

The Bosch company was founded in 1851. They are one of the world’s leading manufacturers of products related to energy, transportation and construction equipment.

Their product range includes various types of power tools such as drills, saws, hammers, pliers and many others. The company is based in Essen (Germany). The company employs approximately 5500 people worldwide with annual sales exceeding $1 billion dollars.

Bosch GLR225 Laser Distance Meter 100m Manual Specifications:

Type: Laser Distance Meters

Laser Range: 0.5 – 10 m (16 ft – 200 ft)

Power Source: Batteries or AC/DC Power Adapter (100VAC 50Hz~60Hz) or DC 12VDC 1A Battery Charger (2AA type batteries required)

Dimensions(W x H x D): 15.4 cm x 6.6 cm x 4.9 cm

Weight: 1 kg (2 lbs. 4 oz)

From the manufacturer:

The GLR 225 from Bosch is a fully featured, powerful and accurate distance measure designed for professional tradespeople. This compact device includes two lasers allowing you to take measurements in hard to reach areas or simply get extra distance in those “long hallway” measurements.

The GLR 225 features both RS-232 and USB communications making it very easy to transfer your data into a spreadsheet or other storage device. A 2GB SD Card allows you to take up to 1000 measurements on the unit. With an accuracy of 0.5%, the GLR 225 is accurate and powerful enough for even the most demanding surveyor.

The only thing that I can tell you about this product is that it is one of the best laser measure distance tools in the market right now. It has amazing features that will make any work easier and more precise.

Other than that, your guess is as good as mine!

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You can buy this laser measure distance tool at your nearest hardware dealer or you can probably get it online. The price is usually about $1,000 which I think is quite expensive for a measuring tool.

But of course these things never come cheap!

Here are some general guidelines when using a laser measure distance tool:

A laser measure distance tool is very handy and easy to use. But before using it, make sure that you have fully charged the battery.

Also try to avoid direct sunlight or bright lights as this can affect the accuracy of the tool. Also, be sure to stand at least 7 feet away from the object you are trying to measure. This distance will provide you with the most accurate measurement.

When measuring vertical distances, hold the tool at eye level so that the measurement will be accurate.

Laser measure distance tools can be used for more than just measuring distances in the construction field. You can use it to measure the size of a room, the size of furniture and even to play a fun game of “pin the tail on the donkey”!

The uses are only limited to your own imagination!

So if you feel that a laser measure distance tool will help increase your productivity and improve the quality of your work then by all means invest in one. You won’t be disappointed!

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