Johnson Level Electronic Self-Leveling Outdoor Horizontal Rotary Laser Level Model:40-6537
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Johnson Level Electronic Self-Leveling Outdoor Horizontal Rotary Laser Level
Get the job done in difficult weather conditions with the Johnson Level Electronic Self-Leveling Outdoor Horizontal Rotary Laser Level (40-6537). As one of Johnson Level & Tool's top of the line outdoor construction laser levels, it features a reinforced metal roof and and a glass enclosed beacon to perform in windy conditions and offers electronic self-leveling, so it uses gears in place of a pendulum to find level. This rotary laser level is accurate to 1/16" at 100 feet and has a working range of 2000 feet in diameter when used with the included detector.
The 40-6537 also has visual and audible alarms for when you're beyond leveling range. An electronic beam shield lets you turn the laser beam off in one to three quadrants when you're using multiple lasers. The programmable dual slope operation function lets you perform slope at different inclinations in both x and y axis.
This laser level comes with a Ni-MH rechargeable battery pack, 6V battery adapter, remote control with 9V battery, 6 "AA" alkaline battery holder (batteries not included), instruction manual with warranty card, and a hard shell carrying case.
*NOTE: The 3-year limited warranty is only valid if the included warranty card is completed and submitted within 30 days of purchase. For more information about the warranty submission process, please visit www.johnsonlevel.com.
Professional Grade:This high-quality level is designed to hold up to frequent use at construction sites for reliable function under the most demanding conditions
Extremely Accurate:With an accuracy of 1/16" at 100 feet, this level is well-suited to any project where precision measurements are critical
24-Hour Service:Johnson Level & Tool offers 24-hour repair or replacement service for its laser levels, important when you're working on time-sensitive projects
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