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Bosch Digital Multi-Scanner GMS120
DETECTION: The Bosch GMS120 Digital Wall Scanner features multi-mode laser detection for wood studs, metal objects (rebar, studs and steel/copper pipes) and live wiring.
PERFORMANCE: Features the latest three sensor laser technology, offering a wide range of detection performance of up to 4-3/4-Inch deep in cured concrete, up to 2 inches for live wiring, up to 3-1/8 inches for copper and up to 1-1/2 inches for wood studs.
SELF-CALIBRATING: Includes three selection modes for wood, metal, and AC wiring. The GMS120 offers automatic calibration from the start and continues to self-calibrate through the course of the project for easy and precise detection
Stud Finder, 3 in 1 Multi-Function Wall Stud Sensor Detector with LCD Display and Sound Warning for AC Live Wire, Wood, Metal, Deep Scanning KULED M79
Stud sensor scanner depth: detects stud up to 0.71 inches (18mm), metal up to 3 inches (76mm), deep Scanning up to 1.25 inches (32mm), presence of live wire up to 3 inches (76mm)
3 in 1: multi-scanner stud finder for wood, metal, deep, AC current. Quickly locates edges and center of wood, wall studs, metal pipes, wooden joist, rebar behind walls, floors and ceilings, also indicates the presence of live AC wire
Easy to read: LCD with digital display and continuous sound warning indicating you the location of the edges of the studs
Zircon StudSensor 70 Center Finding Stud Finder with Live AC WireWarning Detection and Built-In Erasable Wall Marker
The Zircon SS 70 electronic stud scanner detects the edges and center of wood and metal studs and alerts you of live AC wires helping you easily find studs and avoid hazards
StudScan mode locates the edges of wood or metal studs up to 0.75 inches (19 mm) deep; DeepScan mode locates targets up to 1.5 inches (38 mm) deep; WireWarning Detection indicates the presence of live, unshielded electrical AC wiring while scanning in StudScan and DeepScan modes
ACT (Auto Correcting Technology) automatically corrects common user errors, such as when scanning begins over a stud, in both StudScan and DeepScan modes