LI-COR 2003S Mounting and Leveling Fixture

The LI-COR 2003S Mounting and Leveling Fixture is for use with all LI-COR terrestrial type sensors (2.38cm diameter).

Features

  • Base is anodized aluminum with stainless steel leveling screws and a weatherproof spirit level
  • Size 7.6cm diameter (3.0)
  • Weight 95g (0.21 lbs)
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