Model # 40-6662

Internet #202705012

Johnson Quad Line Self-Leveling Cross-Line Laser with Plumb Beam
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Johnson

Quad Line Self-Leveling Cross-Line Laser with Plumb Beam

$577.49 /each

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Johnson's 40-6662 projects three vertical lines, two horizontal lines and one plumb-down beam. Emits both a solid and pulse beam for outdoor applications. This laser features a Job Site Tough rugged co-molded housing. Includes: rechargeable battery pack, 6.4V battery adapter, tinted glasses, magnetic target, instruction manual and hard-shell carrying case.

  • Self-leveling
  • Visual and audible alarm when beyond leveling range
  • Projects 3 vertical lines and 2 horizontal lines
  • Projects plumb-down dot
  • Optional manual mode
  • Pulse beam setting for use with optional detector
  • Lock protects inner pendulum during transport
  • Great solution for laser tool needs

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Name Self-Leveling Cross-Line Laser Level with 3-Vertical Lines Quad Line Self-Leveling Cross-Line Laser with Plumb Beam Self-Leveling Rotary Laser Level 110-Volt AC Green Industrial Alignment Cross-Line Laser Level
Brand Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson
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Laser Level Type Cross-Line Cross-Line Rotary Cross-Line
Self-Leveling Yes Yes Yes No
Maximum Distance (ft.) 300 300 2000 100
Laser Level Mounting Method Wall or Tripod Wall or Tripod Wall or Tripod Wall or Tripod
Indoor/Outdoor Indoor/Outdoor Indoor/Outdoor Indoor/Outdoor Indoor/Outdoor
Manufacturer Warranty 3 year warranty 3 year warranty 3 year warranty 1 year
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How accurate is the level @ 100ft.

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