Stabila LAX300 - Cross Line Laser Level

Code: 102938

Stabila LAX300 - Cross Line Laser Level

Code: 102938


£219.96 (£183.30 Ex. VAT)

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Key Features

  • Levelling accuracy ± 3mm @ 10 metres
  • Red beam visibility 20m
  • Laser class 2, 1mW, 635nM,
  • Self levelling range approx ± 4.5°
  • 20-hour operational battery life
  • Supplied with 3 x 1.5V AA batteries

In Detail

The Stabila LAX300 Cross Line Laser Level has three functions: a horizontal line, a vertical line and a plumb line pointing upwards and downwards. The plumb line transfers points quickly and accurately from floor to ceiling. The base has an extendable foot to allow visibility of the downward laser enabling precise positioning over a mark. The LAX300 has a pendulum self-levelling device so all you need do is position the unit. The clear, bright, narrow laser line makes precise marking out easy. The plumb line dots mark the starting point of the line. The vertical line spans the floor, walls and ceiling, whilst the horizontal beam spans the walls, allowing you to mark floor, walls and ceilings at the same time.

The housing has an integral rare earth magnetic mount with Vee-groove. It will happily sit on the ground or on steel brackets. In addition, a standard 1/4 x 20 female thread allows you to attach it to a tripod. The casing rotates within the U-shaped holder through 360°, allowing the scanning of an entire room. When not in use, in the parking position the automatic pendulum locking provides full protection for the optical equipment. Stabila’s anti-shock system and impact-absorbent cover provide protection for the casing. The laser housing also offers protection against water and dust to IP54. Supplied with 3 x AA batteries.

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