Fluke Introduces New Line of Laser Levels
Rugged Fluke laser levels deliver the simplicity and accuracy to perform layout tasks fast
Fluke Corp. introduces Fluke® Laser Levels, a new line of professional-grade, precision tools that are designed to survive a one meter drop and keep working. The Laser Levels feature a fast settling, self-leveling gimbal that quickly delivers accurate reference points, expediting electrical and HVAC layouts.
The Fluke Laser Level family includes:
Fluke-3PR (red laser) and Fluke-3PG (green laser) Point Laser Levels
Self-leveling three-point laser levels for fast, accurate layout of reference points. Accurate to 6 mm at 30 meters (1/4 inch at 100 feet), it includes a floor stand for fast, easy overhang and centerline measurements. The green laser (Fluke-3PG) is up to three times brighter for improved visibility in outdoor and long range applications.
Fluke-180LR and Fluke-180LG Line Laser Levels
Self-leveling, horizontal- and vertical-cross line laser levels for rapid, accurate (3 mm at 10 meters; 1/8 inch at 30 feet) leveling and layout.
Fluke-LDR and Fluke-LDG Laser Line Detectors
Laser line detectors for use in high ambient light settings with visual and audible indicators for ease of use. The detectors are compatible with Fluke-180LR (Fluke-LDR) or Fluke-180LG (Fluke-LDG) models and include mounting bracket for quick, steady positioning.
Fluke-180LR System and Fluke-180LG Systems
Comprehensive self-leveling, horizontal- and vertical-cross line laser level systems that include laser line detector and detector bracket for use in high ambient light settings.
All laser level models include magnetic wall brackets for easy, stable mounting.
- Fluke Laser Levels Spec Sheet (PDF)
- Fluke Laser Levels Technical Data (PDF)
- Five reasons electricians and HVAC technicians need professional grade laser levels (PDF)
- More information on Fluke Laser Levels
Founded in 1948, Fluke Corporation is the world leader in compact, professional electronic test tools and software for measuring and condition monitoring. Fluke customers are technicians, engineers, electricians, maintenance managers, and metrologists who install, troubleshoot, and maintain industrial, electrical, and electronic equipment and calibration processes.