The L2G+ is a cross line laser level with a dual fan angle of 180˚.
It employs a state-of-the-art direct emitting diode that produces a green line with less “beam speckle” than red lasers. The result is a clean, sharp laser line across your work surface.
Since the green line is easier to see over longer distances, the L2G+ has a 100' range, double that of red lasers.
The L2G+ self leveling pendulum lets you know your line is out of level by blinking. Once level, the line goes solid. Lock the pendulum to set out angled lines and to protect the mechanism when you aren't using it.
One set of good alkaline batteries powers 7 hours of continuous use with both beams on. That's an industry best for green laser levels.
The high capacity rechargeable batteries included in the Pro Pack make even longer work times possible.
Use the horizontal and vertical lines together to produce a perfect 90˚ cross line, or toggle between vertical or horizontal depending on the application.
The lasers and pendulum are housed in a rugged job site ready body. It is IP54 rated dust-proof and splash protected.
L2G+ Pro Pack
The Leica LINO L2G+ Pro Pack includes the L2G+ and all standard kit features. It adds NiMH rechargable batteries with charger, the TRI70 Tripod, and a durable hard case to keep it all organized.
Green lasers have a reputation for burning through batteries. The L2G+ gets more battery life than any other green beam laser level on the market. NiHM rechargable batteries take your savings one step further, more working time per charge, and no more buying batteries.
The L2G+ mounted on a TRI70 Tripod makes leveling and plumping simple. No more stacking objects and shims to try to achieve an accurate level line height. Instead, simply set out an approximate height and then adjust the geared center column with the crank handle until you're right on target.
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User Manual LINO Family
Leica Lino L2G+ Recycling Passport
Leica Lino L2G+ CE Conformity Declaration
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