Safety
The maximum allowable power output in a construction laser is 5 milliwatts or less. A milliwatt is 1/1000th of a watt, a very small amount of power.  The light is concentrated however, and the following precautions should be taken when using such an instrument: • Do not stare into a laser beam or view it directly with optical instruments. • Do not disassemble the laser or attempt to service it. • Do not use the laser until you have read the instruction manual and you are familiar with the operation of the instrument. The Alpha, AS2 and L4.7 construction lasers are class II / 2 lasers under the CDRH* / IEC* regulations.  The Alpha XD, AS2 Magnum, L6, L6C and L3 construction lasers are class IIIa / 3R lasers under the CDRH and IEC regulations.  The L4.7 Magnum is also class IIIa / 3R laser under the CDRH and IEC regulations, but carries a DANGER label instead of CAUTION in the US market, due to its beam power exceeding 2.5mW. All Pro Shot construction laser models conform to applicable EC directives regarding RFI and EMI. US OSHA requires that a jobsite warning placard must be posted in the work area and each laser operator must carry proof of qualification. Only qualified and trained employees are to install, adjust, and operate the laser. The laser should be set up above or below eye level and never intentionally aimed at anyone. The laser should be turned off when not being used. Warning placards and operator cards are included with the product where applicable. *CDRH stands for The Center for Devices and Radiological Health, part of the FDA.  This is the same organization that regulates TV sets and many other electronic products.  IEC is the international equivalent organization.
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Safety
The maximum allowable power output in a construction laser is 5 milliwatts or less. A milliwatt is 1/1000th of a watt, a very small amount of power.  The light is concentrated however, and the following precautions should be taken when using such an instrument: • Do not stare into a laser beam or view it directly with optical instruments. • Do not disassemble the laser or attempt to service it. • Do not use the laser until you have read the instruction manual and you are familiar with the operation of the instrument. The Alpha, AS2 and L4.7 construction lasers are class II / 2 lasers under the CDRH* / IEC* regulations.  The Alpha XD, AS2 Magnum, L6, L6C and L3 construction lasers are class IIIa / 3R lasers under the CDRH and IEC regulations.  The L4.7 Magnum is also class IIIa / 3R laser under the CDRH and IEC regulations, but carries a DANGER label instead of CAUTION in the US market, due to its beam power exceeding 2.5mW. All Pro Shot construction laser models conform to applicable EC directives regarding RFI and EMI. US OSHA requires that a jobsite warning placard must be posted in the work area and each laser operator must carry proof of qualification. Only qualified and trained employees are to install, adjust, and operate the laser. The laser should be set up above or below eye level and never intentionally aimed at anyone. The laser should be turned off when not being used. Warning placards and operator cards are included with the product where applicable. *CDRH stands for The Center for Devices and Radiological Health, part of the FDA.  This is the same organization that regulates TV sets and many other electronic products.  IEC is the international equivalent organization.
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Laser Reference, Inc.  •  USA Toll Free 1.800.238.0685
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