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A laser distance meter projects a pulse of laser light to a desired point and calculates the time for the reflection to return. The time that elapses between these two actions is captured, and that data is used to calculate the distance. The formula is Distance = Ä (Speed x Time).

Why use them?

For a really long time, the humble tape measure has done the job. But using one can present issues for accuracy: the tape bends and sags, and no matter how taut you think you are holding it, you are losing accuracy over distance as the tape contorts, even if slightly. And the end piece can create doubt as to where the exact beginning point of measurement is, especially if the tape has to be bent at the other end.

A laser distance measurer has a perfectly-straight beam. That is, point-to-point, it measures to a greater degree of fine accuracy.

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