Solar Energy Installation System Press Release

GLX350-10 Solar Energy Installation System

How Do You Line It Up and Lay It Down?  

Laser Tools Co., Inc., based in Little Rock Arkansas has Green Laser Technology™ that can produce a green laser beam 30 times brighter in sun light making Solar Panel Installation easier and much more precise. The Model GLX350-10 uses 520 nanometer green laser light to project a dot with 1/8” accuracy at a 100’.  When used with the Model AP90C Beam Bender™, two laser beams can be created; one concentric to the green laser’s case for outlining the array on the roof’s pitch and another 90-degree beam used to determine crossbeams. The AP90C Beam Bender™ can also shoot a onetime position for penetration and base mounts.

The GLX350-10 operates with six standard AA alkaline batteries for a continuous operating time of over 30 hours. The tool can be used in temperatures ranging from -20◦ to +60◦C and is approved eye safe by the FDA.  The tool’s brass case is 17” long with a 1” diameter that can be mounted with AP351 1” Clamp Set to the AP353A Magnetic Dovetail Base Mount for easy install to the AP1000 Tripod Leveling Adaptor Plate for an overall visible range of over 1,000’. This can assist with ground panel installation.

For more information, contact the manufacture, Laser Tools Co., Inc. at 12101 Arch Street in Little Rock Arkansas, 72206, by phone 501/562-0900, fax 501/562-0022, email –, or web site at Solar Energy Installation System.

Pathway Laser Systems


Laser Tools Co., Inc. provides high power laser lines for pathway marking and identification.  These laser lines are used in warehouses, loading docks and freight facilities to create safety zones for personnel and forklift operations.

Pathway lasers are available in Red, Green and Blue wavelengths and are available in variable lengths and widths.  These lasers are designed to be used indoors and retain a Class IIIa <5mW power rating so the beams are eye safe.  Additional power options are available.

For more information contact:

Laser Tools Co., Inc.
12101 Arch St.
Little Rock, AR 72206
Phone 501-562-0900, FAX 501-562-0022

GLX100M MX Laser Precision Level™


Look at what just got a makeover.  The GLX100M MX Laser Precision Level™ uses 520nm Green Laser Technology including a direct drive laser diode so it can operate on just two 3V DL123A Lithium Batteries for over 20 hours using the standard Laser Precision Level™ 9 ½” long precision level case.  The operating temperature range has been enhanced so it can operate between -20° and 60°C and the Laser Level is FDA Class IIIa and IEC 3R compliant.  This means that the GLX100M-10 MX Laser Precision Level™ will operate in more extreme conditions and meets worldwide power emission limits and standards.  Beam quality and operating distance exceeds 1,000’ and all accessories are compatible.

The GLX100M-10 MX Laser Precision Level™ replaces the GL100M for the same investment amount. The GL100M MX Laser Precision Level that has been an industry standard for over 25 years.

What a deal!

Mfgr. by:
Laser Tools Co., Inc.
12101 Arch St.,
Little Rock, AR 72206
Phone 501-562-0900, FAX 501-562-0022

GLX100M-10 MX Laser Precision Level™


Laser Tools Co., Inc. upgraded the venerable L100M MX Laser Precision Level™ that has been the standard laser level since its introduction over 25 years ago.  This new laser system called the Model GLX100M-10 MX Laser Precision Level™ uses 520nm Green Laser Technology including a direct drive laser diode so it can operate on just two 3V DL123A Lithium Batteries for over 20 hours using the standard Laser Precision Level™ 9 ½” long precision level case.  This laser level shoots a green laser beam that is 20 times brighter than a standard red laser beam.  This means that you can see the laser dot in direct sunlight.

The operating temperature range has been enhanced so it can operate between -20° and 60°C and the Laser Level is FDA Class IIIa and IEC 3R compliant.  This means that the GLX100M-10 MX Laser Precision Level™ will operate in more extreme conditions and meet worldwide power emission limits and standards.  Beam quality is improved and operating distance exceeds 1,000’.  All accessories are compatible including the AP90C Beam Bender™ that creates two beams 90 degrees apart and the AP180 Beam Spreader™ that creates a fan beam.

The GLX100M-10 MX Laser Precision Level™ replaces the GL100M MX Laser Precision™ Level that has been an industry standard for over 25 years.

For more information contact the manufacture:

Laser Tools Co., Inc.
12101 Arch St.,
Little Rock, AR 72206
Phone 501-562-0900, FAX 501-562-0022

Multiple Wavelength Lasers for Special Applications


Laser Tools Co., Inc. has introduced high power laser line generator modules for various industrial and commercial applications.  This includes Pathway laser lines that replace tape and painted lines on warehouse floors that guide people and forklifts; Laser Docking systems for freight terminals to assist trailer centering to loading docks in adverse weather and low light conditions; Forklift laser systems for the vision impaired and Overhead Crane exclusion zone lasers for bridge and gantry style lift systems.

These laser modules are AC or DC powered, will operate up to 50°C and include various line generating optics for different applications.

For more information contact:
Laser Tools Co., Inc.
12101 Arch St.,
Little Rock, AR 72206
Phone 501-562-0900, FAX 501-562-0022
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New Speargun Laser Aiming System


A new Speargun Laser Aiming System designed specifically for blue-water and reef spearfishing will be introduced at this year’s Blue Wild Expo in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

The GRT58DC, built by Little Rock, Arkansas-based Laser Tools Co., includes a bright laser beam that pinpoints the exact point of the spear’s impact. This means more head shots, less bleed-out and more first shot kills.

Here’s how it works: The momentary thumb switch turns the laser on right before the shot is taken, ensuring stealthy stalks and minimal school notice. The bright laser dot is enhanced in size for quick impact placement. This means that the precise shot location is known before the trigger is pulled.

Laser Tools Co. calls it “One Dot, One Shot.”

Red or green laser beams are available, with the green being 10 times brighter than red and often used in the Pelagic Zone.

The Model GRT58DC Green Laser Aiming System weights 3.8 ounces (108 grams) underwater so disturbance to buoyancy would be minimal. All components are 3D printed with a resin for corrosion resistance and serviceability. Windage and elevation adjustments are included so that fine laser adjustments can be made even during the dive.

A target is included for beam alignment during installation along with the adjustable mount. The laser itself has a power cord that connects to the remote trigger battery supply which doubles as a camera mount for live action videos. Optional spacers are available to space the laser mount above different size bands.




“Green Laser Runway Lights for Freight Terminals and Warehouses”

Backing 53’ trailers centered to loading docks is time consuming, dangerous and error prone. Trailer and terminal docks are regularly damaged. Use the GLX series green laser lines to stripe trailer loading lanes. This results in faster and more accurate trailer docking. Laser lines are visible on all surfaces including water, mud, gravel and snow! Works best during morning, evening and night times.

Laser Guide Beams easily viewed in backup mirrors:

  • Center trailers to docks during backups.
  • Separates Trailers
  • Lasers replace painted lines and tape
  • Minimizes damage to trailers and docks
  • Faster loading and unloading trailers


Loading Dock Laser Guide Beams

This is why Laser Tools Co.’s Laser Docking™ System is the perfect trailer docking assistant. A driver can “see” the laser docking lines in his wing mirrors when the truck and trailer are approaching the docking lane. This guides the driver while backing up to the loading dock. Also, the laser lines provide a visual indication that the trailer is centered to the loading dock.

How a Laser Docking™ System Works

If you shine a laser beam onto a floor, you’ll see a dot. If you install line generating optics, the dot will turn into a line. But viewing the dot or line from the point of view beside or behind the laser is not totally revealing. If you stand in front of the laser line generator module and look at the laser line, the increased brightness is noticeable. This is because you are viewing the incident light reflected off of the floor. Also the viewable line is much longer. This means that the brighter laser line can be seen in low ambient light conditions and farther away from the laser module itself.

Laser Dot and Laser Line
viewed from above beside
the laser module.

Laser Line viewed
facing the laser module.


Model GLX58BAC:

• 30mW, Class IIIa <5mW@515nm
• Line Generator: 30° Angle of Divergence
• Power: 110VAC

Model GLX58BDC: 12VDC to 36VDC



Model HB59 Steel Enclosure: Rugged and Rain Proof Enclosure for Outdoors 50mW power upgrade is 40% brighter











Alignment Lasers Can Soon Improve Space Missions


Lasers are shining their light into outer space, and if this tech improvement goes according to plan, it might help NASA and other space agencies explore space and boldly go where no man has ever gone before.

The Light to Improved Docking

In 2014, the European Space Agency (ESA) managed to complete a new docking technique by its fifth and last Automated Transfer Vehicle (ATV), the Georges Lemaître. The ATV captured the International Space Station (ISS) in a new light using a set of experimental lasers and sensors that, if successful, may give rise to the next-generation of automated docking systems.

This advanced technology will be a big step towards making life easy, not just for the space agencies, but for the common folk, as well. For the National Aeronautics Space Administration (NASA) and other related agencies, the development of the new laser and sensors will be crucial for their increasingly-ambitious missions to explore Mars and beyond.

Seeing the First Light

Lasers and sensors for docking are not really new., a supplier of quality marine lasers, explains that laser-guided docking is present in many every day settings. One type of marine helps captains dock their boats properly into tight docks. Another type allows remotely-operated underwater vehicle (ROVs) to get a better look of what’s down deep.

The laser-guided docking system currently in testing use the same principle as the ones used in ROVs, ordinary boats, and docks.

Replacing the Old Light

Using the new system, the ESA successfully completed five automated dockings, safely affixing the ATV carrying supplies to the ISS. The docking of the Georges Lemaître represents the first field test of a new docking system that could replace the navigation sensors currently used by NASA, ESA, and other agencies.

With the experimental Laser Infrared Imaging Sensors (LIRIS) and a new lidar (sort of a radar that uses light instead of radio waves), the ISS was able to track and guide the ATV into position. The new technology presents a whole new set of possibilities, including tracking capabilities in both sunlight and darkness, as well as long range alignment and target acquisition features.

In time, the experimental laser technology—especially with its capability to dock with inert objects—could help in de-orbiting space junk or even allow spacecraft to dock around a distant planet.



Rock face profiling, geological mapping, and stockpile volume measurements—mining applications like these have been easier and safer, thanks to the rapidly advancing laser technology. This technology had such a far-reaching impact on the mining industry over the years, that the benefits simply outweigh the costs.

One of the emerging trends in laser technology is green laser—they’re efficient, economical, and have a range of uses. It has greatly changed the industry into something better. Read on to find out how.

Increased Visibility

Unlike red, the color green is closer to the center of the color spectrum, making it more visible than many other colors. Green laser light is up to 50 times—that’s right—brighter than red laser light. This means you can see the light even during broad daylight or in direct sunlight. For mining purposes, green laser makes it easier to see in the dark mining sites. Some tools using green laser technology can even form a visible beam without the help of fog or dust.

More Applications

Because it is more visible and provides a stable and straight beam, green laser works well for different applications. It is perfect for drawing lines across worktables or surfaces. According to Laser Tools Company and other experts, you can even use them as saw guides, for metal forming, positioning production parts, machine alignment, and warehouse row striping.

Lower Radiation Levels

Green lasers are extremely powerful. Unlike red lasers, fortunately, they have infrared filters that remove or lessen the radiation produced by the beam of the laser. This makes them more health-friendly despite their high power.

Travels Long Range Distances

Because green laser has more energy, it’s not only more visible than red laser—it can also travel up to three miles. It can even project a small dot on clouds and hillsides as far as 9,000 feet or 2,740 meters away. Even in the long distance and with extended range, they stay straighter as well compared to red laser beams.

With the green laser’s better visibility, more uses, lower radiation levels, and so much more, the mining industry has never been better. Now there are better mining methods, and the work itself is safer for miners.

Different Laser Colors and Their Corresponding Function


Most people did not think much of lasers back in the day, but technological advancements resulted in further development for its use and application in various fields. These days, lasers are an essential in mining and construction sites across the globe, and it is also a crucial innovation in the field of medicine.

Buying a laser used to be easy because of the limited choices, but it now requires more research. Lasers now come in different colors—green, red, blue and yellow—and function in different ways, too.

Green Light Laser

Green light lasers are the most common and popular today. As a leading manufacturer of underground laser alignment tools, Laser Tools Co. Inc. shares that green laser light is ten to 50 times brighter than the red light lasers. This means improved visibility of laser lines or dots, even during broad daylight and in direct sunlight. It can travel longer distances of up to three miles, which is why it is an essential in various industrial worksites. Its wavelength is 532nm and its power is 5mW to 130mW.

Red Light Laser

Red light lasers were once the standard, but lost its supremacy down the road. Red lasers lack the power and distance possible in newer models. Red lasers use diodes, optics, and various electronic components. Its wavelength is 630-680nm and its power is 5mW and below.

Blue Light Laser

Blue light lasers have a shorter wavelength compared to red lasers, allowing for stronger focus or resolution in very fine structures in imaging applications. They are used in interferometers like compact discs, laser printers, digital photofinishing, data recording, and CD and DVD players. Its wavelength is 445nm and its power is 500mW.

Yellow Light Laser

Yellow light lasers are commonly used in hospitals and have good effects on several viral infections, multiple sclerosis, and helps patients with panic attacks, depression and anxiety disorders. Its wavelength is 593.5nm and its power is .6-19mW.

Lasers have grown in use and popularity because though they are small and light, they have powerful features and exceptional functionality.