Self-Leveling Rotary Laser Level can be used for installing cabinets and drop ceilings, and for accurately framing walls and concrete projects. A locking mechanism protects inner pendulum during transport. Visual and audible alarms when laser drifts beyond leveling range. Accuracy: 1/8 in. per 50 ft., Dimensions L x W x H (in.): 4 31/32 x 6 11/16 x 6 11/16, Interior Range (ft.): Up to 200, Laser Beam Color: Red, Rotation Speed: 200, 400, 600 rpm Variable, Battery Type: AA, Tripod Mount Dimensions (in.): 5/8-11 center screw thread, Exterior Range (ft.): Up to 800, Horizontal Leveling: Yes, Single, Pair, or Set: Set, Indicator Type: Visual, audible, Laser Wavelength: 635nm±10nm, Laser Output: <5mW, Case Type: Soft sided case, IP Protection Class: 54, Battery Included: Yes (4), Battery Life: 20 hrs. of continuous use, Working Temperature: 14deg F-113deg F, Class Rating: Class IIIa, Visual or Audible Indicator: Visible, audible, Beam Type: Vertical laser plane w/90deg split beam, Self Leveling Range: ±3deg , Vertical Leveling: Yes, Leveling Type: Self (pendulum)
Put in decks, foundations, kitchen cabinets, and more with the help of the 40-6515 self-leveling rotary laser level from Johnson Level. This handy tool emits a 360-degree horizontal or vertical beam around a room or jobsite to establish a level plain. It self-levels automatically to within 3 degrees and is accurate to within 1/8 of an inch at 50 feet away. Included with the level are tinted glasses for improved visibility along with a soft carrying case.
|40-6515 Self-Leveling Rotary Laser Level|
At a Glance:
- Projects 360-degree horizontal or vertical beam
- Self-levels automatically to within 3 degrees
- Accurate to within 1/8 of an inch at 50 feet away
- Backed by a three-year limited warranty
Install Cabinets, Chair Rails, Outdoor Decks, and More
Switch from a horizontal beam to a vertical one simply by turning the tool on its side (click to enlarge).
The level comes with tinted glasses, batteries, and a soft carrying case (click to enlarge).
You can use the 40-6515 rotary laser level indoors or outdoors to project a 360-degree horizontal or vertical beam of light and establish a level plain. This is great for anything from installing drop-ceilings and putting in kitchen cabinets to setting foundations, leveling outdoor decks, and building retaining walls. The beam is actually a single dot of light that can rotate at 200, 400, and 600 RPM to give the appearance of a 360-degree chalk line. To switch the tool from a horizontal beam to a vertical one, simply turn it on its side.
Well suited for contractors, framers, and other building professionals, the 40-6515 rotary laser level can help you complete projects more quickly and with fewer people than you could using a traditional level.
Self-Levels for Increased Accuracy
Unlike bubble and spirit levels, whose accuracy depends on the people holding them, the 40-6515 rotary laser level self-levels automatically to within plus or minus 3 degrees. Consequently, as long as your level is calibrated correctly, you can tackle building projects with confidence and achieve error-free results. The tool also has an illuminated vertical vial for manual leveling in the vertical plane. Visual and audible alarms let you know when the device is out of level.
Accurate to Within 1/8 of an Inch
To help you take precise measurements for your project, the 40-6515 is accurate to within plus or minus 1/8 of an inch at up to 50 feet away. It has an interior range of up to 200 feet in diameter, depending on the light conditions, and an exterior range of up to 800 feet in diameter.
The 40-6515 rotary laser level can be operated continuously for up to approximately 20 hours on one set of batteries. A locking mechanism protects the inner pendulum when the level is being carried. The level measures 6.69 by 6.61 by 4.96 inches (H x W x D) and weighs 3.3 pounds.
About Johnson Level
Johnson Level & Tool Manufacturing Company is a leading manufacturer and marketer of professional-quality spirit levels, laser levels, and other construction measuring tools. Johnson Level employs patented and proprietary technologies to develop highly accurate and durable layout tools, leveling tools, squares, measuring tools, and marking tools for construction projects on the jobsite. The company's global customer base includes contractor supply outlets, hardware distributors, and major retail chains. Johnson Level is headquartered in Mequon, Wisconsin.
What's in the Box
One rotary laser level, four AA alkaline batteries, one pair of tinted glasses, one instruction manual with a warranty card, and one soft-sided carrying case.
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| The 40-6515 can be used outdoors on the jobsite or indoors to install tiles and ceilings (click each to enlarge). |