Using a standard laser measure outside is often a hit or miss affair, dependent upon cloud cover, trees and a building roof or overhang that may block the sun. But not with the technologically advanced Bosch Blaze, an outdoor laser measure available with a viewfinder or camera.
Both the GLM400C (viewfinder) and the GLM400CL (camera) rely on a 5.0-megapixel, 8X zoom camera to find the laser target at up to 400 feet in bright conditions, expansive indoor space or against busy backdrops. The easy-to-read color display illuminates large numbers and provides clear resolution in dark areas. The Blaze GLM400CL version can take photos and comes with memory for 50 measurements and storage for up to 200 images.
Default real-time measurement provides immediate, accurate measuring that automatically adjusts as the user moves closer or farther from the target. Measurement accuracy is +/- 1/16 inch. Each device is sized to fit into any pocket. A digital bubble level provides a visual reference when measuring horizontal distances.
Measurements can be transferred quickly to a smartphone or tablet through Bluetooth connectivity and Bosch’s free MeasureOn app.
The laser measures provide default real-time measuring, as well as length, area, volume and indirect measuring functions. A built-in inclinometer determines the angle of pitch (tilt angle 360 degrees), maximum/minimum stake-out lengths and double indirect measurements.
The GLM400C is powered by three AA batteries and includes a hand strap and pouch. The GLM400CL includes an integrated, rechargeable lithium-ion battery that delivers enough runtime for all-day jobs, along with a micro USB cable, a battery charger, hand strap and pouch.
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