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  • Leica LINO L2P5 Front
  • Leica LINO L2P5
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  • Leica LINO L2P5 Adapter
  • Leica LINO L2P5 Scope of Delivery

The L2P5 is an all in one cross line and point laser tool.

With 180° horizontal and vertical lines, plus four laser points all calibrated to perfect 90° angles, the L2P5 is the Swiss Army knife of laser levels -- one tool for any leveling or point-transfer job. Think of it as a level, chalk line and plumb bob all-in-one.

It is the perfect tool for 90˚ layouts.

A 180° fan angle lets you put it in a corner to layout the whole room.

The L2P5 self leveling pendulum lets you know your line is out of level by blinking in line mode or disabling the dot in point mode. Once level, the line goes solid or the dot appears. Lock the pendulum to set out angled lines and to protect the mechanism when you aren't using it.

Leica laser levels are built to last.

The lasers and pendulum are housed by a rugged, job site ready body. It is IP54 rated dust-proof and splash protected.  

How to use the L2P5


Rangeup to 50 ft depending on lighting conditions
Range with detector> 100 ft
Levelling accuracy @ 5 m± 1/16"
Self-levelling range4° ± 0.5°
Accuracy of plumb point @ 16 ft± 1/16"
Accuracy of horizontal line @ 16 ft± 1/16"
Vertical accuracy @ 10 ft line length± 1/32"
Number of laser points4
Number of laser lines2
Beam directionvertical, horizontal, up, down, right, left
Laser type635 nm, laser class II
Batteriestype AA 4 × 1.5 V
Protection class splash water/ dust proofIP54 splash water/ dust proof
Operating temperature14°F to 104°F
Storage temperature-13°F to 158°F
Dimensions (H × D × W)4.6 x 5.1 x 3.0 in
Weight without batteries13 oz
Tripod thread¼”- 20
  • The same engineers who design and spec the most technologically advanced Total Stations and Laser Scanners on the planet also design and spec our laser levels.

    The LINO self-leveling pendulum is no exception. We use high-grade, precision bearings to ensure that your lines float to level within 1/16th of an inch, or less, 16ft (5m) from the device.


  • The fan angle on a line laser determines the coverage the tool provides from a given point. The higher the fan angle, the fewer times you have to reset the tool throughout the course of a job.

  • Engage both the vertical and horizontal beams to project a perfect 90° intersection in front of the device. 

    Ideal for laying tile on walls or floors, for laying out grids for a drop ceiling, or any other task that requires a 90° referrence.

  • "IP" stands for Ingress Protection. 

    The Ingress Protection (IP) rating was developed by the European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization (CENELEC) to create a standard of toughness for electronic devices: Higher numbers mean more resistance to dust and water.

    For more information on IP ratings, see the IP section on the Certification page.

  • Using an RVL 100 laser receiver with your line laser doubles your range. The RVL 100 works on the same basic principle as the receivers that work with rotating lasers intended for outdoor use. 

  • You can lock out the self-leveling pendulum to shoot an angled line of up to 45°. 

    Its also a good idea to use the lock to secure the pendulum when you are not using the tool so that it isn't banging around (just make sure you unlock it the next time you need a level line).

  • The precise leveling pendulum will level and plumb lines when the housing is tilted up to 4° 

  • LINOs with both vertical and horizontal point lasers can be positioned to set perfect 90 degree angles.


  • The crossline level gives you horizontal and vertical level lines at the same time. You also get a perfect 90˚.