FL 40-PowerCross Plus SP

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FL 40 PowerCross Plus SP is a Selection PRO product with special features. Outstanding... more
Product information "FL 40-PowerCross Plus SP"

FL 40 PowerCross Plus SP is a Selection PRO product with special features.

  • Outstanding visibility of the laser lines
  • Very long vertical line with 150° fan angle (beyond zenith)
  • Pulse-function for use with receiver (optional)
  • Self-levelling function can be switched off for manual use
  • Extremely rugged design for rough use at construction site

 Features

  • Product withstands drop up to 1m
  • 1 Laser cross
  • Laser lines switchable separately
  • TILT function for manual use
  • Visual alarm when out of level
  • Use with receiver FR 75-MM / FR 55 / 55-M (optional)
  • Multi-functional mount
    • height adjustable
    • for wall-hanging with screw
    • strap attachement
    • strong magnet on back side
  • for tripod fixing with 5/8" or 1/4" thread
Self-levelling range: ± 3°
Accuracy: ± 3 mm / 10 m
Working range without receiver: 30 m (radius)
Working range with receiver: 80 m
Operating time: 20 h
Laser diode: red
Laser class: 2
Dust / water protection: IP 54
Power supply: 4 x AA Alkaline
Selection PRO: Ja
Weight (instrument with battery): 0,4 kg
Temperature range: -10°C to +45°C
Fan angle horizontal: 135°
Fan angle vertical: 150°
Eigenschaften: "FL 40-PowerCross Plus SP"
Self-levelling range: ± 3°
Accuracy: ± 3 mm / 10 m
Working range without receiver: 30 m (radius)
Working range with receiver: 80 m
Operating time: 20 h
Laser diode: red
Laser class: 2
Dust / water protection: IP 54
Power supply: 4 x AA Alkaline
Selection PRO: Ja
Weight (instrument with battery): 0,4 kg
Temperature range: -10°C to +45°C
Fan angle horizontal: 135°
Fan angle vertical: 150°
Included in scope delivery: Multi-functional mount 4 x AA Alkaline... mehr
Included in scope delivery:
  • Multi-functional mount
  • 4 x AA Alkaline battery
  • Padded bag

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