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Self-Leveling
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DO NOT remove any warning label(s) on the housing. This instrument must only be used for
leveling and layout tasks as outlined in this manual.
ALWAYS make sure that any bystanders in the vicinity of use are made aware of the
dangers of looking directly into the laser tool.
Safety
Product Description
Specifications
Operating Instructions
Calibration
Maintenance and Care
Warranty
DO NOT use in combination with other optical instruments. Do not modify the instrument, or
make manipulations or use in other applications than those described in the manual.
DO NOT look into the beam with optical aids, such as magnifiers, binoculars or Telescopes.
DO NOT stare into the laser beam or direct it towards other persons. Make sure the
instrument is not set at eye level. Eye protection is normally afforded by natural aversion
responses such as the blink reflex.
DO NOT direct the laser beam at other persons.
Safety
ALWAYS turn the laser tool “OFF” when not in use. Leaving the laser tool “ON” increases
the risk of someone inadvertently staring into the laser beam.
User Safety
Carefully read the Safety Instructions and User Manual before using this product. The person
responsible for the instrument must ensure that all users understand and adhere to these
instructions.
Retain this manual for future reference.
IMPORTANT: The following labels are on your laser tool for your convenience and safety.
They indicate where the laser light is emitted by the level. ALWAYS BE AWARE of their
location when using the level.
DO NOT operate the laser tool in combustible areas such as in the presence of flammable
liquids, gases or dust.
DO NOT disassemble the laser tool. There are no user serviceable parts inside.
Disassembling the laser will void all warranties on the product. Do not modify the product in
any way. Modifying the laser tool may result in hazardous laser radiation exposure.
DO NOT use this instrument in areas where a risk of explosion is present.
NOTE: Since the laser beam is of the focused type, ensure you check the beam’s path over
a relatively long distance and take all necessary precautions to ensure the beam cannot
interfere with other persons.
L A S E R R A D I AT I O N - D O N O T
S TA R E I N T O B E A M O R V I E W
D I R E C T LY W I T H
OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS
CLASS 2 LASER PRODUCT
EN 60825-1
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MAX OUTPUT ≤ 1 mW @ 630 - 670 nm
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Battery Safety
Declaration of Conformity
WARNING: Batteries can explode or leak and can cause injury or fire. To reduce this risk:
ALWAYS follow all instructions and warnings on the battery label and package.
The Stanley Works declares that the CE Mark has been applied to
this product in accordance with the CE Marking Directive 93/68/
EEC.
DO NOT short any battery terminals
This product conforms with EN60825-1:2007.
DO NOT charge alkaline batteries.
For further details please refer to www.stanleyworks.com.
EN 60825-1
ROHS Compliant
DO NOT mix old and new batteries. Replace all of them at the same time with new batteries
of the same brand and type.
DO NOT mix battery chemistries.
Product Description
DO NOT dispose of batteries in fire.
ALWAYS keep batteries out of reach of children.
Package Contents
ALWAYS remove batteries if the device will not be used for several months.
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NOTE: Ensure that the correct batteries as recommended are used.
NOTE: Ensure the batteries are inserted in the correct manner, with the correct polarity.
End of Life
Laser Unit
Multi-Functional Base
Strap (use with Base)
Laser Target
Carrying Case
Batteries (2 x AA)
User Manual
DO NOT dispose of this product with household waste.
ALWAYS dispose of batteries per local code.
PLEASE RECYCLE in line with local provisions for the collection and disposal of electrical
and electronic waste under the WEEE Directive.
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Product Overview
Multi-Functional Base
Laser Unit
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1
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1
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2.
3.
7
3
4
5
5
6
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8.
9.
10.
Window for Down Beam Laser
Laser Warning Label
1/4 - 20 Threaded Mount
Battery Compartment Cover
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5.
6.
7.
5/8 - 11 Threaded Mount
1/4 - 20 Threaded Mount
Fine Tune Adjustment Screws
Magnet Mount
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6
4
7
Window for Right Beam Laser
Window for Front Beam Laser
Main Power / Transport Lock
1/4 - 20 Screw Mount
Key Hole Slot for Hanging
Strapping Slots
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Window for Up Beam Laser
Keyboard
Window for Left Beam Laser
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5.
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Operating Instructions
Specifications
Level Beam Accuracy:
≤ 4 mm / 10 m
(≤ 5/32 in / 30 ft)
Up Beam Accuracy:
≤ 1.5 mm / 3 m
(≤ 1/16 in / 10 ft)
Down Beam Accuracy:
≤ 1.5 mm / 2 m
(≤ 1/16 in / 6.5 ft)
Square Beam Accuracy:
≤ 4.5 mm / 10 m
(≤ 3/16 in / 30 ft)
Working range:
Self-Leveling to ± 4°
Working distance:
≤ 30 m
Laser Class:
Turn laser unit over. Open battery
compartment cover by pressing, sliding
out. and flipping open.
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(≤ 100 ft)
2.
Install / Remove batteries. Orient batteries
correctly when placing into laser unit.
3.
Close and lock battery compartment cover
by flipping it down and sliding in until
securely closed.
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635 nm ± 5 nm
Operating Time:
20 h
Power Voltage:
3V
Power Supply:
2 x AA Batteries (Alkaline)
IP Rating:
IP54
Operating Temperature Range:
-10° C to +40° C
Storage Temperature Range:
-20° C to +60° C
Weight (without Base and Batteries):
8
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Class 2
Laser Wavelength:
Size:
Battery Installation / Removal
430 g
105 mm × 50 mm × 120 mm
(+14° F to +104° F)
(-4° F to +140° F)
(15.1 oz)
(4 1/8 in × 2 in × 4 3/4 in)
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Laser Unit
Multi-Functional Base
1.
Transport lock in locked position. Laser
power is OFF.
1.
1/4 - 20 screw mount to attach laser unit.
Allows for full 360° placement of the laser
unit.
2.
1/4 - 20 or 5/8 - 11 thread mount available
for optional accessories.
3.
Attach to supportive objects with the
included strap. Multiple positions available.
4.
Attach to supportive magnetic objects with
the built in magnets.
5.
Key hole slot available for hanging onto a
screw, nail, and/or similar object.
6.
Angle can be altered by use of the fine
adjustment screws.
Power OFF / Locked
360° Placement
2.
Transport lock in unlocked position. Laser
power is ON. Left LED indicator lights green
when main power is on.
Power ON / Unlocked
5/8 in
3.
Press power key to power laser ON / OFF.
Right LED lights green when laser power is
on.
1/4 in
Standard Mounts for
Optional Tripod Mounting
Laser ON / OFF
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5.
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Laser beam(s) blink along with right LED to
indicate the laser unit is out of the working
range. Reposition laser unit to be more
level.
≤ 4.5 mm
(3/16 in)
Low battery - Left LED blinks red to indicate
when battery power is low. Replace
batteries.
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( 5/16 in)
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Calibration
Applications
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2.
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Plumb:
Establish 2 reference points that need to
be plumb. Align one of the vertical laser
beams to a set reference point. The opposing
laser beam will be projecting a point which
is plumb. Position the desired object until
the laser beam is aligned with the second
reference point that needs to be plumb with
the set reference point.
Point Transfer:
Align one of the vertical laser beams to a set
reference point. The opposing laser beam
will be projecting a point which is plumb.
Mark point of the opposing laser beam.
Align the front beam laser to a set reference
point. With a tripod or other stationary
object, rotate the laser unit to project the
front laser beam to a new location. This new
location will be level with the first point.
Mark point of the laser beam.
NOTE: The laser unit has been calibrated at the time of manufacturing. Periodically check
the accuracy of the laser unit to ensure that the calibrated specifications are maintained.
Up and Down Beam Accuracy
P1
D1
1.
Place laser unit as shown with laser ON.
Measure distances D1 and D2 . Mark points
P1 and P2 .
D2
P2
2.
Rotate laser unit 180° keeping same
distances for D1 and D2 . Align downward
laser beam with point P2 . Mark point P3 .
P3 P1
D1
D2
3.
Level:
Use front laser beam to project level
reference point out to desired object
Establish 2 reference points that need to
be level. Align the front beam laser to a
set reference point. With a tripod or other
stationary object, rotate the laser unit
to project the front laser beam to a new
location. This new location will be level with
the first point. Position the desired object
until the laser beam is aligned with the point
that is being moved.
P2
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3.
Measure distance D3 between points P3
and P1 .
P3
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4.
Calculate the maximum allowed offset
distance and compare to D3 . If D3 is
not less than or equal to the calculated
maximum offset distance the unit must be
returned to your Stanley Distributor.
Maximum Offset Distance:
Max
mm
= (D1 m x .5 mm
m ) + (D2 m x .75 m )
in
= (D1 ft x .0063 in
ft ) + (D2 ft x .0096 ft )
3.
Compare:
D3 ≤ Max
Move laser unit close to wall and mark
point P3 .
P1
P2
P3
D2
Example: D1 = 3 m, D2 = 1 m, D3 = 1.5 mm
mm
(3 m x .5 mm
m ) + (1 m x .75 m ) = 2.25 mm (maximum allowed offset distance)
1.5 mm ≤ 2.25 mm (TRUE, unit is within calibration)
4.
Rotate laser unit 180° and mark point P4 .
P4
P2
P1
P3
D2
Level Beam Accuracy - Single Beam
5.
D1
1.
Place laser unit as shown with laser ON.
Mark point P1 .
P1
D1
2
6.
D1
2.
Rotate laser unit 180° and mark point P2 .
P2
P1
D1
2
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Measure the vertical distance from
the floor to each point. Calculate the
difference between distances DP1 and DP3
to get D3 and distances DP2 and DP4 to get
D4 .
Calculate the maximum allowed offset
distance and compare to the difference
of D3 and D4 as shown in the equation. If
the sum is not less than or equal to the
calculated maximum offset distance the
unit must be returned to your Stanley
Distributor.
(DP1 - DP3 ) = D3
P4
P1
P3
P2
DP3
DP1
DP4
DP2
(DP2 - DP4 ) = D4
Maximum Offset Distance:
Max
= 0,4 mm
m x (D1 m - (2 x D2 m))
= 0,0048 in
ft x (D1 ft - (2 x D2 ft))
Compare:
D3 - D4 ≤ ± Max
Example: D1 = 10 m, D2 = 0,5 m
DP1 = 30,75 mm, DP2 = 29 mm, DP3 = 30 mm, DP4 = 29,75 mm
D3 = (30,75 mm - 30 mm) = 0,75 mm
D4 = (29 mm - 29,75 mm) = - 0,75 mm
0,4 mm
m x (10 m - (2 x 0,5 m) = 3,6 mm (maximum allowed offset distance)
(0,75 mm) - (- 0,75 mm) = 1,5 mm
1,5 mm ≤ 3,6 mm (TRUE, unit is within calibration)
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90° Beam Accuracy
5.
1.
Place laser unit as shown with laser ON.
Mark point P1 .
D1
P1
Maximum Offset Distance:
Calculate the maximum allowed offset
distance and compare to D2 . If D2 is
not less than or equal to the calculated
maximum offset distance the unit must be
returned to your Stanley Distributor.
Max
= 0,8 mm
m x D1 m
= 0,0096 in
ft x D1 ft
Compare:
D2 ≤ Max
Example: D1 = 10 m, D2 = 5.5 mm
.8 mm
m x 10 m = 8 mm (maximum allowed offset distance)
5.5 mm ≤ 8 mm (TRUE, unit is within calibration)
2.
Rotate laser unit 90° and mark point P2 .
D1
P2
P1
Square Beam Accuracy
3.
P2
Rotate laser unit 180° and mark point P3 .
D1
P1
1.
P3
Place laser unit as shown with laser ON.
Mark points P1 , P2 , P3 , and P4 .
D1
P1
P2
P3
P4
2.
P2
4.
Measure the vertical distances between
the highest and lowest points of the group.
D2
P1
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P5
P1
P2
P4
P3
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Rotate laser unit 90° keeping the down
laser beam aligned with point P4 and the
front laser beam vertically aligned with
point P2 . Mark point P5 .
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Maintenance and Care
3.
Rotate laser unit 180° keeping the down
laser beam aligned with point P4 and the
front laser beam vertically aligned with
point P3 . Mark point P6 .
P1
P5
D1
P6
P3
P4
DO NOT leave laser unit in direct sunlight or expose it to high temperatures. The housing
and some internal parts are made of plastic and may become deformed at high temperatures.
P1
4.
Measure the horizontal distance between
points P1 and P5 to get distance D2 and
points P1 and P6 to get distance D3 .
P5
DO NOT store the laser unit in a cold environment. Moisture may form on interior parts
when warming up. This moisture could fog up laser windows and cause corrosion of internal
circuit boards.
P6
D2
D3
5.
Calculate the maximum allowed offset
distance and compare to D2 and D3 . If
D2 or D3 are not less than or equal to the
calculated maximum offset distance the
unit must be returned to your Stanley
Distributor.
When working in dusty locations, some dirt may collect on the laser window. Remove any
moisture or dirt with a soft, dry cloth.
Maximum Offset Distance:
Max
Laser unit is not waterproof. DO NOT allow to get wet. Damage to internal circuits may
result.
= 0,9 mm
m x D1 m
= 0,011 in
ft x D1 ft
DO NOT use aggressive cleaning agents or solvents.
Store the laser unit in its case when not in use. If storing for extended time, remove batteries
before storage to prevent possible damage to the instrument.
Compare:
D2 and D3 ≤ Max
Example: D1 = 5 m, D2 = 2 mm, D3 = 1.5 mm
.9 mm
m x 5 m = 4.5 mm (maximum allowed offset distance)
2 mm and 1.5 mm ≤ 4.5 mm (TRUE and TRUE, unit is within calibration)
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Warranty
One Year Warranty
Stanley Tools warrants its electronic measuring tools against deficiencies in materials and/or
workmanship for one year from date of purchase.
Deficient products will be repaired or replaced, at Stanley Tools’ option, if sent together with
proof of purchase to:
Stanley UK Sales Limited
Gowerton Road
Brackmills, Northampton NN4 7BW
This Warranty does not cover deficiencies caused by accidental damage, wear and tear, use
other than in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions or repair or alteration of this
product not authorised by Stanley Tools.
Repair or replacement under this Warranty does not affect the expiry date of the Warranty.
To the extent permitted by law, Stanley Tools shall not be liable under this Warranty for
indirect or consequential loss resulting from deficiencies in this product.
This Warranty may not be varied without the authorisation of Stanley Tools.
This Warranty does not affect the statutory rights of consumer purchasers of this product.
This Warranty shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of England
and Stanley Tools and the purchaser each irrevocably agrees to submit to the exclusive
jurisdiction of the courts of England over any claim or matter arising under or in connection
with this Warranty.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The customer is responsible for the correct use and care of the
instrument. Moreover, the customer is completely responsible for periodically checking the
accuracy of the laser unit, and therefore for the calibration of the instrument.
Calibration and care are not covered by warranty.
Subject to change without notice
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Stanley Europe, Egide Walschaertsstraat 14-16,
2800 Mechelen, Belgium
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