The time consuming and tedious task of drawing lines on walls is a thing of the past. The Leica Lino L2P5 projects exactly, quickly and easily – allowing you to concentrate on the job in hand.
Spirit levels and string lines for horizontal alignment are a thing of the past; The Leica Lino L2P5 is a convenient way to transfer reference points from one wall to another. Vertical alignment is a thing of the past as well. This is the simplest way to ensure that wall and floor tile joints precisely meet one another.
Alignment tasks such as marking out exact 90° angles are done at the touch of a button. Saving you 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.
One advancement over the Lino L2 is that it includes four reference dot lasers. These dots allow you to pencil a mark on any wall and then rotate the laser. You will know that you are exactly 90° every time. The laser fan (angle the laser lines reach out of a 360° circle) is almost twice that of the Lino L2.
Pulse function to save energy. 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.
- Range: up to 15m
- Range: up to 30m with detector
- 2 beams (vertical and horizontal)
- Self-levelling up to 4° ± 0.5″
- Horizontal ± 1.5mm @ 5m
- Vertical ± 1.5 mm @ 5m
- Powered by four AA batteries
- Dimensions: 4.7″ x 5.2″ x 3″
- Weight: 0.8 lbs