Using 360° Viewing:
- Rotate: Use top-to-bottom, side-to-side by use of mouse arrow.
- Zoom In: Double click on image.
- Zoom Out/Reset: Put photo at full zoom & then double click.
- ItemCross Line/Point Laser Level
- Leveling TypeAutomatic Self-Leveling Pendulum, Gravity Driven
- Range w/Detector100 ft.
- Range w/o Detector50 ft.
- Plumb DownYes
- Plumb UpYes
- Power Source(4) AA
- Accuracy1/16" @ 16 ft.
- Auto Leveling Range4 Degrees +/- 0.5 Degrees
- Preset Angle90 Degrees Between Points and Cross, 210 Degrees Horiz Fan Angle, 100 Degrees Vertical Fan Angle
- Number of Beams5
- Beam ColorRed
- Laser Class2, IEC 60825-1:2007
- Max. Output1.0mW c.w.
- Visual/Audible IndicatorsYes
- Auto ShutoffNo
- FeaturesPoints, Intersect Lines At 90 Degrees Increments, Pulse Function For Long Range Line Location, Lock Mode For Transport
- IncludesHard Case, Pouch, Mounting Bracket, Target Plate
- Dimensions4-5/8 x 5-1/8 x 2-15/16"
- Operating Temp.-10 Degrees C to 40 Degrees C
- Thread Size1/4-20
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