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PLS 3 Green Beam Line Laser:

 

 
 
The PLS 3 is the "go to" point to point laser for the commercial electrician, HVAC, drywall and staging contractor. Now increase the visibility and potential distance by 300% with our green beam PLS 3.
 
Inpecification: 

Working Range :
± 100 Feet (30 meters)
Accuracy (all beams):
± 1/4 inch @ 100 Feet (6mm @ 30 meters)
Leveling: 
Automatic
Self Leveling Range:
6 Degrees
Power Supply:
3 "AA" Batteries
Operating Time:
10-12 Hrs.
Dimensions:
1 ½" x 4 ½" x 3 ⅛"
Weight:
12 oz. (.33 kg.)
Class II Laser Product
 

 
Package includes: PLS 3 Laser Unit, Carrying Pouch, Operating Manual, Floor Stand, Magnetic Wall Bracket
 
Application:
 
With a PLS laser and a little thought you can reduce your layout time dramatically. Use your PLS 3, PLS 4, or the PLS 180 laser to determine reference points and lines down and up for each light, per dimensioned plans. How much time would it take you to lay out 50 lights in a vaulted ceiling with two people and a plumb bob? Install conduit, raceways, fixtures, and more. 
Remodeling
Choose from an assortment of PLS laser tools to determine existing conditions and  lay out cabinetry fixtures, backsplash, mirrors, lights, tile, windows and more.
 
Warranty:
 
2 year manufacturer’s warranty from date of purchase. If your PLS laser cannot be covered under our warranty because of severe drops-abuse, battery corrosion-leakage, or old age; don’t worry. PLS has a unique exchange program that allows existing PLS customers to trade in their old, well used PLS laser for a brand new unit at a deep discount below the cost of a new PLS unit.  
PLS calls it the "ETN" program and you can work with PLS directly or through your local authorized PLS dealer. ETN tools are new PLS tools - not reconditioned and carry a one year warranty. 

PLS 3 Green Beam Line Laser:

PLS3 and PLS5 APPLICATIONS

 

Electrical Installation

 

Both the PLS5 system and the PLS3 laser tool are self-leveling, accurate and durable point-to-point layout tools for the professional electrical contractor. The unique PLS cantilever design allows for easy sight of the opposing reference points. Both the PLS5 and the PLS3 are designed with advanced dampening, which means that vibrations that occur on the jobsite will not cause the reference points to easily bounce around. This is especially important when the contractor is moving the PLS tool quickly along decking or a sub-floor transferring points to the ceiling.

 

Before an electrical contractor can install light cans, fans or commercial lighting on the ceiling of a project, electricians must make sure that the layout is properly spaced as per the design. If the ceiling is vaulted or very high, they can measure out a grid pattern on the floor, and then transfer the points to the ceiling, assuring precise installation of the fixtures. This minimizes the number of trips on a ladder or lift, ensuring both safety and speed on installations. The portability of the PLS design allows the electrical contractor to place the PLS laser tool on virtually any surface and position the laser to accurately transfer points throughout the jobsite. Electricians can also align and plumb all chases,

strut, and conduit through a trapeze with the PLS laser tools.

 

The PLS5 system includes a layout target that has two valuable uses: 1) establishing horizontal 90º points and 2) transferring vertical points to a wall and/or columns. For example, when a contractor wants to transfer a control line which is on a slab or sub floor on to an existing wall or column, the nose of the PLS5 can be positioned against the wall with the plumb (down) beam aligned on the existing control line. By placing the layout target against the wall and above the laser, the electrician can center the plumb (up) beam through the target’s yellow plastic, mark the perpendicular pin, snap a chalkline and fasten the strut.

 

Glazing Construction (Flat Glass Industry)

 

Both the PLS5 system and the PLS3 laser tool are self-leveling, accurate and durable point-to-point layout tools for the professional contractor. The unique PLS cantilever design allows for easy sight of the opposing reference points. Both the PLS5 and the PLS3 are designed with advanced dampening, which means that vibrations that occur on the jobsite will not cause the reference points to easily bounce around. This is especially important when the contractor is moving the PLS tool quickly along the channel, checking for plumb.

 

Safety and accuracy are paramount for the glazing contractor. Often facing windy

conditions coupled with heights and heavy materials, the glazier needs fast point-to-point layout of his project. Swinging a plumb bob in the wind is time consuming and expensive. Glaziers use PLS laser tools to accurately plumb and level channel and mullions in the most adverse building conditions. Once the bottom channel is down and fastened, the glazier must attach the top channel plumb to the bottom channel. The PLS laser can be placed perpendicular to the channel with the plumb (down) beam on the outside bottom edge of the channel. The point on the ceiling is where the top track must be fastened.

 

HVAC Construction Installation

 

Both the PLS5 system and the PLS3 laser tool are self-leveling, accurate and durable point-to-point layout tools for the professional contractor. The unique PLS cantilever design allows for easy sight of the opposing reference points. Both the PLS5 and the PLS3 are designed with advanced dampening, which means that vibrations that occuron the jobsite will not cause the reference points to easily bounce around. This is especially important when the contractor is moving the PLS tool quickly over points, totransfer to the ceiling.

 

The PLS3 coupled with the optional magnetic wall bracket is a proven solution that HVAC contractors have come to depend on when performing installation of ductwork. The contractor can layout the design on the slab or sub floor and then attach the PLS3 magnetically to the side of the lift. This allows the contractor to remain working on installation on the ceiling while shifting the lift over each point on the floor. This provides time savings and safety benefits that are realized instantaneously. Because the accuracy of the PLS laser tools is the same on each beam, the contractor could be on a large commercial project, high in the air, assured that he is transferring plumb points at significant distance. The portability of the PLS laser tools allows the HVAC contractor to level the HVAC system they are installing by placing the PLS laser tools on virtually any surface.

 

Steel Stud Framing

 

Both the PLS5 system and the PLS3 laser tool are self-leveling, accurate and durable point-to-point layout tools for the professional contractor. The unique PLS cantilever design allows for easy sight of the opposing reference points. Both the PLS5 and the PLS3 are designed with advanced dampening which means that any vibrations thatoccur on the jobsite will not cause the reference points to bounce around. This is especially important when the contractor is moving the PLS tool quickly along track, checking for plumb.

 

Before a framing contractor can construct walls, he or she must lay out the job, snap the control lines and fasten the track. A contractor must perform a 3-4-5 or 6-8-10 (Pythagoras) to ensure that walls intersect at perfect 90º angles. This is a two-person task but materials and job boxes can get in the way of pulling tape, compromising the accuracy of the payout. Laying our control lines with the PLS5 system is a fast and accurate task. Once the bottom track is down and fastened, the contractor must attach the top track plumb to the bottom track.