The LINO L4P1 is the ultimate 90º layout laser level.
The Leica LINO L4P1 is a new, all-in-one 180° multi-line laser layout tool designed to handle jobs that have traditionally required both a line laser and a point laser.
The new base of this laser level is designed for fast setups. Just grab and spin the unit on its base to get close, then use the fine-tune knob to adjust the line or cross point for perfect placement.
Combined with an overhead plumb laser point, the intersections of the three 180° vertical laser lines with the horizontal laser line create a total of five layout points for easy alignment and quick height transfers from wall-to-wall or floor-to-ceiling.
The self-leveling pendulum ensures a level line. You know your line is out of level when it blinks. If the points are out of leveling range, they shut off. Once level, the line goes solid or the dot appears. Lock the pendulum to set out angled lines or to protect the mechanism when you aren’t using it.
The L4P1 runs on both rechargable Li-Ion batteries, good for up to 24 hours on a single charge, as well as standard alkaline batteries.
As with all of Leica’s laser levels, the L4P1 is IP54 rated dust-proof and splash protected.
The four cross line lasers make this the ultimate 90º layout tool, perfect for wood or steel stud construction, point transfer for electrical installations, interior finish work and various other trade applications.
A tripod is recommended for maximum versatility, such as the TRI70. The LINO L4P1 base mounts to either 1/8″ or 5/8″ tripod threads, so you can use a tripod you already have, or choose a Leica Geosystems tripod that best suits your needs. The L4P1 is also compatible with the RVL80 laser receiver, which extends the working range of the multi-line laser up to 50 m.
Features and Functions:
90° Cross Line Laser: 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° reference.
180° Fan Angle: 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.
Pendulum Lock: You can lock out the self-leveling pendulum to shoot an angled line of up to 45°. It’s 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).
AND MORE! Laser Receiver Compatible, Level Horizontal Line, Plumb Vertical Line, Self Leveling, Set Out Right Angles, Square and Rechargeable Battery