Spirit levels and string lines are a thing of the past; now the Leica Lino L2 is the convenient way to transfer reference points from one wall to another.
In vertical aligning, the large glass lens shows what it’s made of – the simple way to ensure that wall and floor tile joints precisely meet one another.
Alignment tasks such as marking out 90° angles are done at the touch of a button. Saving you real time!
You can manually switch off the self-leveling feature using the lock function. The laser line can then be projected at any angle. The lock function also serves as transport protection.
The pulse function is not just an energy-saving mode: it also allows you to locate the laser lines using a laser detector, even in very bright lighting conditions. A series of acoustic signals from the detector indicates the precise position of the laser beam plane.
|Model Number||Lino L2|
|Manufacturer Product URL||No|
|Product Line||Leica Lino|
|Operating Range||50 ft (15 m)|
|Self-Leveling Accuracy||±3/8" at 16 ft|
|Beam Directions||Vertical, Horizontal|
|Number of Points||0|
|Number of Lines||2|
|Up + Down Plumb Beam||No|
|Setting Out Right Angles||No|
|Any Angle Alignment||Yes|
|Dimensions||2-1/8" W x 3-7/8" H x 3-5/8" D|
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