Green laser technology, visibility on a new level.
Green Laser Visibility
Leica’s latest green laser technology brings laser line visibility and clarity to the highest level. Green reference lines are easily seen in difficult lighting conditions and over long distances.
The Leica Lino L2G is a self-levelling laser. It automatically corrects its positioning when out of level up to ± 4°. The laser beams flash if the tilt is outside this range to prevent errors.
Magnetic Smart Adapters
Magnetic smart adapters allow you to quickly position your Lino L2G with absolute precision. You can set up the rotatable adapter over edges and profiles, or attach it to iron pipes, tracks and bars with the addition of the UAL 130 adapter.
Triple Power Concept
Leica 3 Year Warranty The Leica Lino L2G’s triple power concept ensures an uninterrupted workflow. You can power your laser by using rechargeable Li-Ion batteries for up to 28 hours on one charge. Alternatively, you can use Alkaline batteries or simply its charger.
Construction Site Proof
The Leica Lino L2G is dust and spray water protected to IP 54 standards and comes in a hard case allowing you to store all accessories safely.
Features - Leica Lino L2G Cross Line Laser
|Range||up to 35m depending on lighting conditions|
|Range with laser receiver||up to 80m depending on lighting conditions|
|Levelling accuracy @ 5 m||± 0.2 mm /m|
|Self-levelling range||± 4°|
|Self-levelling time||< 3s|
|Number of laser lines||2|
|Beam direction||vertical, horizontal|
|Laser line width at 5m||< 2mm|
|Laser type||525 nm, class 2 (green)|
|Battery type||AA (3 × 1.5 V) or Li-Ion rechargeable|
|Operating time||up to 28h (Li-Ion) depending on laser mode|
|Operating temperature||-10 to 50 °C|
|Storage temperature||-25 to 70 °C|
|Dimensions||110 × 60 × 100 mm|
|Weight with batteries||530 g|
|Tripod thread Lino||1/4"|
|Tripod thread adapter||1/4" + 5/8"|
- Lino L2G Laser
- Twist 250 Magnetic Adapter
- UAL 130 Universal Wall Mount Adapter
- Target Plate
- Li-Ion Battery
- Alkaline Battery Tray
- Carrying Case
- Quickstart Guide