Laser levels are cool gadgets.
They can make construction easy and when they are accompanied with additional tools, work becomes quicker.
Let’s look at some of the most common laser level accessories that every laser level owner should have to make the most of your laser level.
1. Laser Level Detector
When you are using a laser level in areas where the distance or lighting conditions make it difficult for you to pick up the laser beam, a laser detector comes handy.
Laser detectors, also called laser receivers, are built to withstand harsh environment which means they are construction tough.
They also provide high accuracy so that professionals and home users can rely on it.
Types of Laser Level Detectors
Laser detectors are built to work with red, green and infrared beams. They are available for both rotary laser level and line laser level (which supports pulse mode to use with detector).
Laser detectors come with a lot of accuracy settings which can help you set the device according to the needs of your job site.
It comes to different types of displays, channels, sizes and even a memory function which will allow you to locate the last signal recorded by the detector.