Laser Rangefinder

Using CSECO Contraband Detection Inspection Probe in cars
 

Leica Laser Rangefinders

Federal, state and local law enforcement know those trying to transport illegal drugs, weapons or other contraband will use a variety of ways to conceal these items. These agencies need a way to quickly determine if a vehicle has been modified. Leica Laser Rangefinder can help them locate the contraband in false walls and hidden compartments.

Perfect for measuring trucks, truck beds, trailers, cargo containers, etc.

  • To find false walls by comparing internal and external dimensions
  • To verify dimensions to identify hidden compartments

Easy to use

  • Measure distances and calculates area and volume with the touch of a button.
  • Measuring range: ~2 in – 197 ft (0.05 m – 60 m)
  • Accuracy: +/- 0.06 in (1.5 mm)

Easy to handle

  • Compact rubberized design makes for easy handling both in your pocket and in your hand.
  • Dimensions: 4.25 in x 1.625 in x 0.935 in (108 mm x 41 mm x 24 mm)
    • Compact rubberized design makes for easy handling both in your pocket and in your hand.
    • Dimensions: 4.25 in x 1.625 in x 0.935 in (108 mm x 41 mm x 24 mm)

Flexible Functionality

  • Measures from the front or back end of the laser range finder.
  • Measures in metric and U.S. standard units

Clear display with backlight

  • Results can be displayed in 1 or 3 line display.
  • Backlight illuminates results for easy viewing even in the dark.
Close up image of Leica Laser Rangefinder display The Leica Laser Rangefinder is easy to use for contraband detection Items included with the Leica Laser Rangefinder Leica Laser Rangefinder in use with clear display

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