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LC7500 Laser Guided Computer Wheel Alignment System

Bee Line Company

August 27, 2012 - Products

<p>The Bee Line&nbsp;<span>LC7500 computer alignment system.</span></p>

Bee Line Company introduces its all-new LC7500 computer alignment system. The system features a 32-inch HD TV monitor with built-in speakers, an enhanced cabinet design, a custom molded top, and a remote display charging station. Bee Line redesigned the software screens, maximizing the font size of text displayed and adding drop-down menus in order to make the system easier to use.

In terms of performance, Bee Line said advanced target board sensors and processors that operate at 88MHZ vs. 4.5 MHz, along with a hardware-driven design, make for quick calculations and immediate, precise laser positioning response. Approximately 1,800 (vs. 80) sensors calculate the location of the laser strike to an accuracy of .005 of an inch.

Bee Line said the system provides 20% faster processing, is more accurate, and offers increased speed. The company stated that users have experienced increased ROI by performing one more alignment per day, without extending hours or adding more technicians.

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