Eliminating the need to purchase two tools, the Spectra LT52 Point and Cross Line Laser Level is a versatile construction device for plumbing, leveling, aligning and squaring. This laser level projects five laser pointers at 90-degree angles to each other and two cross line beams. It measures up to 100 feet for lines and 300 feet for points. In addition, the combination of points and lines can be chosen using the convenient two-button keypad.
The Spectra LT52 multi-line laser is accurate within ±1/8-inch at 50 feet and self-leveling within ±3 degrees. If this construction laser is out of level, a beam flashes as an indication. Automatic leveling can be disabled and the unit can be switched to manual mode for tasks that require the laser to be set at an angle. This makes the LT52 point and crossline laser ideal for horizontal and vertical alignment, wall layout, acoustic ceiling installation, point transfer up and down, wall and floor tiles, finish carpentry and 90-degree squaring.
The LT52 self-leveling line laser is extremely robust and can sustain falls onto hard surfaces up to three feet. This combo dot and line laser is also IP54-rated for protection against dust and water splashes. It is powered by four alkaline batteries that last up to 56 hours for points and 11 hours for lines. With the included magnetic bracket, the LT52 can be attached to steel columns, wall studs or any steel surface. This enables contractors to use lines and points at any height. The LT52 also features dual threads, allowing construction professionals to attach it to a 1/4-20 or 5/8-11 tripod.
- LT52: LT52 Without Laser Receiver
- LT52-2: LT52 With HR220 Laser Receiver and Clamp
The HR220 laser detector with C61 clamp makes the LT52 line laser ideal for short-range exterior general leveling and alignment tasks, including elevation checks for decks, pools, septic tank installation, masonry work, and landscaping. Featuring an LCD display, this laser receiver is accurate within ±1/16 inch on fine adjustment and ±1/8 inch on medium adjustment. It is powered by two AA batteries that last up to 50 hours. This Spectra laser detector can also resist drops up to five feet and is water-resistant.
| Shock Proof ensures this construction laser withstands three feet drop onto concrete. |