Leica Geosystems released the new multi-line laser Leica Lino ML180. The new laser combines high accuracy with ease of use by adding automatic Smart Targeting, the new function that automatically catches the laser beam to save time and costs on interior finishing or small exterior construction projects. One person is all that is needed to efficiently complete layout tasks of up to 50 metres. The repetitive, time-consuming task of checking projection lines over long distances has been eliminated.
Smart Targeting enables automatic aligning of the vertical laser beam from the Leica Lino ML180 via the laser receiver in the remote control. Users no longer need to walk back and forth to continuously check alignment positions. Workflows are optimised, resulting in time and cost savings.
Ideal for long distance ranges with the highest levelling accuracy
With Lino ML180’s self-levelling system, uneven surfaces, causing slight device tilting, are automatically corrected resulting in extremely precise projection lines. The results are more professional with faster project completion, especially when working in larger areas.
“The simplicity of the Lino ML180 and its ease of use enables layout jobs to get done fast. The fact that layouts in larger spaces can be done with just one person makes it a highly efficient tool,” says Bettina Mätzler, product manager at Leica Geosystems.
Smart power concept – always ready
The Lino ML180 comes with a rechargeable battery pack, offering users flexibility by ensuring the multi-line laser is always ready for use. Rechargeable lithium batteries can be easily exchanged with alkaline, allowing work to continue while batteries recharge.
Two professional tools – manual or automatic
The Leica Lino ML90 is the manual alternative to the automatic Leica Lino ML180. This straight-forward device is easily set-up and aligned manually within a vertical fine adjustment range of ± 4°.
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