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PLS 180 Green Beam Cross Line Laser:

 

 
 

All the multipurpose benefits of our most popular PLS 180 with the added visibility boost of green beam technology. Designed to address the demanding interior installations at longer distances or interior projects to streaming sunlight. 

 

Specification:

 

Accuracy

± ⅛" @ 30 Feet (± 3mm @ 10 meters)

Working Range

± 200 Feet (61 meters) w/ SLD Detector

Weight

1.7lbs (.77kg.)

Power Supply

3 "AA" Batteries

Dimensions:

2" x 2 ⅞" x 3 ⅜"

Fan Angle

180 Degrees

Self Leveling Range:

6 Degrees

Operating Time:

6-8 Hrs

Class

Class II Laser Product

 

Application:

 

Acoustic Ceiling Contractors

Use our PLS 360, HVR 505 Red or Green Rotary Lasers or our PLS 180 to lay out T bar and grid. One button gives your self leveling laser a complete level laser line or reference all around the room.

 

Electricians

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.

Tile

Get a perfect square for floor and tile layout by using the PLS FT 90. With a light weight and durable cast aluminum housing, the PLS FT 90 gets the job done! See it for yourself. Also consider our PLS 2, PLS 180, and HVL 100 for floor and wall layout. 

 

Package includes: PLS180 Laser Unit, PLS180 Pouch, Wall Bracket, Carrying Case

Operating Manual, Batteries

 

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.
     
 
PLS180 palm laser tool applications:
 
 

Electrical Installation  

 

The PLS180 Palm Laser is a self-leveling, compact and durable tool that projects bright, crisp laser-generated lines. These lines are accurate to within 1/8” in 30’. The operating range of the PLS180 is determined by the brightness of the lighting on the job site. Most job site conditions will allow for a working range of 60’ to 100’. The PLS180 has four distinct modes of operation: the first mode projects a horizontal “level” line and the second mode projects a vertical, plumb line. The third mode projects both plumb and level lines together. The fourth mode overrides the self-leveling features of modes one, two and three and projects a plumb and level line that can be positioned to project a sloped line.

 

The electrical contractor incorporates the use of the PLS180 for most alignment tasks found on job sites. After the contractor establishes offsets or grid patterns, the PLS180 can be placed in the second mode to provide a plumb chalk line. The contractor matches the laser reference line to work on both the walls and ceilings of the project.

 

This is especially advantageous when installing long runs of lighting such as recessed cans and fluorescent fixtures. Plumbing up chases and aligning roadways can be done quickly and accurately using the PLS180 as well. In mode one (level), an electrician can attach the PLS180 to the PLS wall bracket and install switches and receptacle boxes perfectly level throughout the job site without having ever to pick up a tape measure! On residential projects, the electrician can place the PLS180 in a corner of the room and project a level reference line on the studs for guidance when drilling holes for the installation of conduit.

 

The PLS180 Palm Laser tool includes a magnetic wall bracket and custom leather

carrying- pouch. Detailed directions about its operation and how to inspect the tool in the field for proper factory accuracy are included.

 

Framing and Acoustical Ceilings

 

The PLS180 Palm Laser is a self-leveling, compact and durable tool that projects bright, crisp laser-generated lines. These laser lines are accurate to within 1/8” in 30’. The operating range of the PLS180 is determined by the brightness of the lighting on the job site. Most job site conditions will allow for a working range of 60’ to 100’. The PLS180 has four distinct modes of operation: the first mode projects a horizontal “level” line.

The second mode projects a vertical “plumb” line. The third mode projects both the plumb and level lines together. The fourth mode overrides the self-leveling features of modes one, two and three and projects a plumb and level line that can be positioned to project a sloped line.

 

The PLS180may be used in mode two to project a plumb line on the floor and ceiling for rapid and accurate installation of track for commercial steel framing projects. Because the PLS180 is compact and self-levels quickly, it holds a huge advantage over costly and cumbersome rotating lasers for this type of work. Place the PLS180 in mode one (level) and the contractor can align framing members such as headers for windows and doorways. The framing of soffits can be used in this mode as well. The PLS180 holds a clear advantage over traditional rotating lasers for the installation of acoustic ceilings.

 

Because the PLS180 is much brighter and easier to set up than most rotating lasers, the contractor will have a bright, crisp line which he can evenly project throughout the room. This would be nearly impossible with a traditional rotating laser, as the laser would have to be placed in "dither" mode to begin to match the brightness of the PLS180. The PLS180 Palm Laser tool includes a magnetic wall bracket and custom leather carrying- pouch. A separate adjustable mount for attaching the PLS180 to wall angle is available for an additional charge. Detailed directions about its operation and how to inspect the tool in the field for proper factory accuracy are included.

 

Finish Carpentry/Tile Glazing Installation

 

The PLS180 Palm Laser is a self-leveling, compact and durable tool that projects bright, crisp laser-generated lines. These laser lines are accurate to within 1/8” in 30’. The operating range of the PLS180 is determined by the brightness of the lighting on the job site. Most job site conditions will allow for a working range of 60’ to 100’. The PLS180 has four distinct modes of operation: the first mode projects a level horizontal line. The second mode projects a vertical plumb line. The third mode projects both the plumb and level lines together. The fourth mode overrides the self-leveling features of modes one, two and three and projects a plumb and level line that can be positioned to project a sloped line.

 

The PLS180 excels at projects involving finish carpentry. Because the tool is self leveling, the contractor can place the PLS180 on just about any surface, such as the side of a ladder or on top of a job box and project a level reference line. This is especially advantageous when installing chair rail, cabinetry and even wallpaper. Speed the installation of ceramic tile by following crisp and bright lines on the floor and walls.

 

Because the tile installer is using a PLS180 laser tool, there are no concerns about covering up the laser reference line with thin set mortar and losing the alignment. The bright beam of the PLS180 reflects off most surfaces found on job sites. The glazing contractor can use the PLS180 for installation of channel and clips for curtain walls, storefront projects and mirrors.

 

The PLS180 Palm Laser tool includes a magnetic wall bracket and custom leather

carrying-pouch. A separate adjustable mount for attaching the PLS180 to wall angle is available for an additional charge. Detailed directions about its operation and how to inspect the tool in the field for proper factory accuracy are included.

 

PLS180 Palm Laser Tool with PLS-SLD detector Applications

 

The PLS180 Palm Laser is a self-leveling, compact and durable tool that projects bright, crisp laser-generated lines. The operating range of the PLS180 for interior applications is determined by the brightness of the lighting on the jobsite. Most jobsite conditions will allow for a working range of 60' to 100'. The PLS180 has five distinct modes of operation: the first mode projects a level line. The second mode projects a plumb, vertical line. The third mode projects both plumb and level lines together. The fourth mode overrides the self-leveling features of modes one, two and three and projects a cross-beam that can positioned to project a sloped line. The fifth mode is for "pulsing" the tool so it may work in concert with the PLS-SLD laser detector. By depressing the "Pulse On" button located on the far right side/bottom of the control panel, the PLS180 will now work with the included PLS-SLD detector outside with an accuracy of a 1/4" in

100'.

 

A sampling of outdoor job-site applications:

 

Leveling of form boards for foundations

Layout for rough-in, for both electrical & mechanical installations

Layout for exterior siding such as for "shiplap" style

Swimming pool construction of tile and coping

Concrete flatwork

Plumb & level layout of masonry block

Aligning clips for curtain wall installations

Layout of control lines for signage and painting applications

Vertical layout for structural steel columns

Layout for decks and fences and landscaping

 

The PLS180 System comes complete with a durable carrying case, the PLS180 laser tool, the PLS-SLD laser detector, a belt pouch, and a magnetic wall bracket. Detailed directions about its operation and how to inspect the tool in the field for proper factory accuracy are included.