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48 in. True Blue Digital Box Level

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  • Industry's first Auto-Calibrated Digital Level
  • Dual backlit digital display-industry's largest display
  • Audio indicator W/ 7 measuring modes
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Product Details

Industry's first auto calibrated - digital readout. Quicker setup time and accurate readout as soon as its powered on

Auto Calibrated

Industry's first auto calibrated - digital readout. Quicker setup time and accurate readout as soon as its powered on

7 measuring modes for versatility. Modes include: degree (rough-in, one decimal, two decimal), in/ft (decimal and fractional), mm/m, and percent

7 Measuring Modes

7 measuring modes for versatility. Modes include: degree (rough-in, one decimal, two decimal), in/ft (decimal and fractional), mm/m, and percent

Provides repeated inspection of grade measurements; ideal for ADA ramps

Inspect Mode

Provides repeated inspection of grade measurements; ideal for ADA ramps

Industry's largest display with high/low LED backlit screen

Dual Backlit Digital Display

Industry's largest display with high/low LED backlit screen

Digital readout on top working surface for overhead viewing

Overhead Inverted Display

Digital readout on top working surface for overhead viewing

Precision milled edges for guaranteed accuracy

Precision Milled Edges

Precision milled edges for guaranteed accuracy

Tool-free removable, shock absorbing endcaps provide superior protection and scribing performance

Tool-Free Removable, Shock Absorbing Endcaps

Tool-free removable, shock absorbing endcaps provide superior protection and scribing performance

TRUE BLUE® product offerings deliver advanced performance in accuracy, durability, and readability

TRUE BLUE®

TRUE BLUE® product offerings deliver advanced performance in accuracy, durability, and readability

Vials proudly made in Mukwonago, WI USA

e-BAND Vials Made in USA

Impact resistant acrylic e-BAND Vials™ offer superior readability and durability

4 modes include: 15 min, 30 min, 1 hr. and 2 hr.

4 Power Save Modes

4 modes include: 15 min, 30 min, 1 hr. and 2 hr.

Protects level and electronics from dust and water ingress

IP65 Rated

Protects level and electronics from dust and water ingress

0.0005 in. per in. accuracy in all working positions

Accuracy

0.0005 in. per in. accuracy in all working positions

Limited lifetime warranty on frame and vials. 1 year warranty on electronics

Limited Lifetime Warranty

Limited lifetime warranty on frame and vials. 1 year warranty on electronics

About This Product

Digital Levels are a true testament to Empires commitment to world class accuracy, performance and innovation. The True Blue e105 Series Digital Level offers Inspector Grade accuracy, superior protection and an advanced feature set. The e105 Series is the industry's first Auto-Calibrated Digital Level for quicker set-up time and immediate digital readouts when the unit is powered on. Empires Digital Levels are engineered to provide fast and accurate readings in 7 different measuring modes and include large, easy to read dual back-lit displays. For added durability, the True Blue Digital Level is IP65 Rated to protect against dust and water as well as extreme job-site conditions.

Highlights

  • Auto calibrated - digital readout immediately ready to measure accurately when powered on
  • Audio indicator - continuous tone when in level; progressive beeps as the user approaches level or plumb
  • 7 measuring nodes- degree (rough-in, 1 decimal, 2 Decimal), in./ft. (decimal and fractional), mm/m, and percent
  • Inspect mode - allows repeat inspection of grade measurements; ideal for ADA ramps
  • Dual back lit digital display - industry's largest display with high/low led back-lit screen
  • Precision milled edged - guarantees 0.0005 in. accuracy
  • Top read digital display - digital readout on top working surface for overhead viewing
  • Overhead inverted inverted display - digital display automatically inverts as level is adjusted in overhead applications
  • Power save mode - set the time out on the level to preserve battery life (15/30/60/120 mins)
  • Hold mode - locks measurements in position for readout verification
  • Sync mode- set the digital display to sync with the vial
  • Includes: (1) e105.48h 48 in. true blue digital level - no case
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Product Information

Internet # 306839434

Model # e105.48H

Store SKU # 909492

Store SO SKU #1003599647

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Specifications

Dimensions

Level Length (in.)

48 in

Product Depth (in.)

48 in

Product Width (in.)

1.13 in

Details

Accuracy (in.)

.0005 in

Condition

New

Features

Digital

Hand Tool Type

Standard Level

Level Type

Box Beam

Material

Aluminum

Number of Vials

3

Pack Size

1

Package Quantity

1

Returnable

90-Day

Tools Product Type

Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

Limited lifetime on the frame and vials. 1 year warranty on electronics.

Questions & Answers

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Q:What do you fo when the dismay goes bad? Both the top and side displays show the same thing
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Q:Does in measure in pitch. Will it tell you what pitch a roof is
by|Mar 21, 2024
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A:  I don’t own this level but if it does not show the pitch, you can determine that by knowing the degrees which I understand it does do. You can then find a table (there are many online) of degrees of pitch.

by|Apr 7, 2024
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    Q:Can you put it into x/12 units for measuring the slope of a roof?
    by|Aug 3, 2023
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    Q:What are the chances it could go to hundredths... in a 9' level?
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    Customer Reviews

    4.6 out of 5

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    Aligned car camber with it.
    Aligned car camber with it, then went to Firestone and it was the SAME. So accurate. Thanks alot . The klyne square digital one , isn't accurate. Sorry. Only the imperial off the shelf.
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      First Digital Level
      I was excited about ourchasing this innovated digitsl level. How cool is it to have a level be upgraded with technology, being able to have several different modes, black light, and in a compact torpedo. It’s affordable tool for your tool bag. No more guessing if the bubble is between the lines to make sure it’s level, now you’ll be certain thanks to the digital level reading 0 degrees. My new favorite tool.
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        Easy to use. Easy to read. As an architect and contractor great tool for daily technical worksite...
        Easy to use. Easy to read. As an architect and contractor great tool for daily technical worksite inspections.
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        This level will get you off the bubble. You know that bubble we're staring at and wondering,"Is t...
        This level will get you off the bubble. You know that bubble we're staring at and wondering,"Is that the EXACT middle?". This thing will tell you,digitally, if you are one-tenth of one degree off. It does a lot of things I probably won't use but it is the best and most useful level I ever had. It tells you how many inches of rise per foot or how many degrees. Set it to measure degrees to the whole digit or degrees to one decimal point. It has a backlight for when you're working in conditions of poor lighting. There's a v-shaped groove down the middle of one edge for attaching to pipes and there are magnets on the other side for, obviously, attaching it to magnetic surfaces. I'm replacing a drainpipe in my yard that runs from my downspout then down a bluff. I used this level to measure the slope I need so now I'll know what angle to bend my 2 inch PVC. I've looked at digital levels before but never saw one good enough to take home before. This will be my go-to level in most cases from now on. Empire is a name associated with quality levels and other measuring instruments.
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        accurate, durable, easy to use digital level with back light and magnets! This has become my new...
        accurate, durable, easy to use digital level with back light and magnets! This has become my new favorite level. It is accurate to 0.1 degrees (according to the manual and my testing on surfaces I thought were very level). The manual says it meets this accuracy just at 0 degrees and 90 degrees. The accuracy is 0.2 degrees at other positions. It also says it meets this accuracy in the temperature range of 15C to 25C (59F to 77F). It can be operated over the temperature range of -10C to 50C (14F to 122F) It uses 2 AAA alkaline batteries. I haven't run mine out yet, but the manual says they are good "up to" 100 hours. It auto powers off after 3 minutes on inactivity. It is rated as IP54 dust and water ingress protection - this translates to this "Protected from limited dust ingress" and "Protected from water spray from any direction". It is not protected against all sources of dust. It can not be subjected to water jets or submerged in liquid. I think a lot of carpenters and plumbers are used to other units of measuring angles (like inches per foot - which is an option you can change to). For comparison - 0.1 degrees is equal to 0.021 inches per foot. This is about 1/8 of an inch over 6 feet. You can zero it on any surface you want by using the inspect button. It is worth reading the manual as there are some nice features that aren't obvious - it has an audio leveling feature that lets you set level using a sound for feedback so you don't have to be able to see the screen. You can also change the units - whole degrees (no decimal), degrees with 1 decimal place, percentage / slope given to 1 decimal place, millimeters/meter, inches/foot given as a decimal, or inches/foot given as a fraction.
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        You can see from the picture there isn't that big of a difference in size between a standard torp...
        You can see from the picture there isn't that big of a difference in size between a standard torpedo level and the digital one. The digital one lets you be more accurate, but not enough to matter in most applications. On the other hand, the digital level has more options for displaying the information. You can get the display in degrees, percent, and pitch. You can also set a reference angle, and get reading relative to that. I find this especially handy for setting the angle on my table saw. I do have a level specifically designed for that, but this level works just as well, and it takes AAA batteries, not had to find button cells. About the only thing I would have done differently is to have a continuous magnet instead of the 3 round magnets in the base.
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        Perfect Size For Measuring In Small Spaces! What I liked most about this level is the lighted dis...
        Perfect Size For Measuring In Small Spaces! What I liked most about this level is the lighted display. As can be seen in the photo it allows you to see in dark places the level display. The second thing I like is the level has a numeric display that show exactly how level, or not, your item is. No guessing like when using a conventional bubble level. The magnets are very strong and were able to hold the level vertically on steel conduit and hanging from a steel wall cabinet. Unlike some digital levels however, this level uses disposable AA batteries.
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        This digital level has a lot of functions which makes it nice to get the information you need. It...
        This digital level has a lot of functions which makes it nice to get the information you need. It comes with batteries and is already calibrated. However, the calibrating the level after replacing the batteries is easy. The display has a back light which helps seeing the display in darker conditions. The display can measure horizontal or vertical planes. It can display in degrees (whole and 10th decimal), inches (decimal and fraction), Millimeter and % of slope. It also has the ability to zero out the level to a specific angle. It has an audio output to let you know where level is (it gets pretty annoying though and I quickly turned it off). It has a couple of fairly strong magnets on the bottom which allow it to stick to metal. This would be handy in a metal bending application. Assembled in Vietnam.
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        This is the level I have been looking for: one that not only measures level but can tell you how ...
        This is the level I have been looking for: one that not only measures level but can tell you how much out of level you are in degrees, inches, or millimeters! I originally got this to help in flattening boards and leveling some of my building projects; I have always been frustrated with trying to figure “how much” I have to adjust an angle to get to level. I have a gauge I use that can tell me how far out of level I am in degrees, but I typically want to know this in inches or millimeters, or I want to adjust a slope to have a certain pitch and want to know how many in or mm below level I have to drop my marking line. This level is perfect for accomplishing that. The ability to set an arbitrary zero and get angles from that setting is also a nice feature. The magnets used in the level are very strong and stick nicely to most metals, and the backlit display is also a nice feature. The audio level alert is great as well: you can set it on one end of your project and listen for the tone to tell you when you are close to (within 2 degrees) or at level. Works great for helping to level an RV as well, as you don’t always have the luxury of being able to look at the level as you are trying to move the RV up onto leveling blocks. You can even use it as a plumb bob (something I used it for once). I find this digital level to be an asset for a lot of my projects. The only drawbacks to this level are that: 1) it does not have a bubble built in as well, so if you run out of battery, or have to tilt it past the tilt angle (the angle at which it stops reading, 30 degrees), it is useless; and 2) it will not read an angle if laid flat (again, because of the tilt angle shutoff); it has to be on its edge. Neither of these is a cause for me to not recommend it, nor to reduce its star rating (OK, I would have knocked it a half a star for the no bubble thing), as for my purpose it is exactly what I need, but you should be aware of these limitations before you spend the money on it.
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        3 found this review helpful
        Durable, accurate level. Great for ADA inspection.
        Durable, accurate level. Great for ADA inspection.
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