How To Use Alloyman 16 Lines Laser Level?

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The core feature of the ALLOYMAN 16-line laser level is its 4*360° auto-calibration function, which can quickly and accurately auto-calibrate to ensure accurate measurement results in any work environment. It uses green laser, which is much easier to spot than the red line laser, plus the brightness is adjustable! The green laser level is known to go up to 50 times brighter than red lasers with extended coverage of 100ft, allowing you to visualize in extreme brightness. This makes it an excellent device for indoor and outdoor work.

However, we are also aware that some customers may be unfamiliar with how to use a laser level. Therefore, we have specially prepared a detailed user manual to help you get started quickly and fully utilize the product's functions. Whether you are a beginner or a professional, we believe this user manual will provide you with valuable guidance to help you easily tackle various measurement tasks.

How to Use a Laser Level

Step 1: Place the laser level on a level or vertical surface. Insert the batteries.

Insert the batteries

Step 2: Press the power button to the right to turn on the laser level.

Press the power button to the right to turn on the laser level

Step 3: Set up the laser level on a tripod or flat surface. It is a self-leveling model, so just let it self-level for a while and the laser level will automatically level itself.

Set up the laser level on a tripod or flat surface

Step 4: Select the desired laser line mode.
Mode switching:

  • The “H” key to control horizontal direction
  • The “V” key to control vertical direction
  • The “*” key to control laser flashing alert

Select the desired laser line mode

Step 5: According to the measurement scene, you can use a mini tripod or lift platform to install the laser level.

Use a mini tripod or lift platform to install the laser level

Things to note when using laser measuring instruments:

  1. Do not direct the laser beam at persons or animals and do not stare into the laser beam yourself. This tool produces laser class 2 laser radiation. This can lead to per-sons being blinded.
  2. DO NOT stare directly at the laser beam or project the laser beam directly into the eyes of others. Serious eye injury could result.
  3. Develop a periodic maintenance schedule for tool. When cleaning a tool be careful not to disassemble any portion of the tool since internal wires may be misplaced or pinched or may be improperly mounted. Certain cleaning agents such as gasoline, carbon tetrachloride, ammonia, etc. may damage plastic parts.

 


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