The Leica Lino ML90 has two vertical and one horizontal laser line as well as a plumb beam. It can be quickly and easily set-up and aligned manually and has a fine adjustment range of ± 4°. Its primary function is setting out right angles.
Precise Layouts at Long Distances
The electronic self-leveling automatically compensates for the tool being slightly out of level.
The Leica Lino ML90 can be used with a rechargeable battery pack or alkaline batteries. This provides maximum flexibility and ensures that the Leica Lino ML90 is always ready for use. The tool can also be used while being charged.
The ML90 is compatible with the RVL100 receiver (sold separately). Unlike the ML180, the ML90 cannot be adjusted remotely.
Features and Functions
90° Cross Line Laser: Engage both the vertical and horizontal beams to project a perfect 90° intersection in front of the device. Ideal for laying tile on walls or floors, for laying out grids for a drop ceiling, or any other task that requires a 90° reference.
Laser Receiver Compatible: Using an RVL 100 laser receiver with your line laser doubles your range. The RVL 100 works on the same basic principle as the receivers that work with rotating lasers intended for outdoor use.
AND MORE! Level Horizontal Line, Self Leveling, Set Out Right Angles and Rechargeable Battery (NiMH)
Operating Range (with receiver at the center of the line): up to 100 m / 328 ft
Self Leveling Accuracy (@25°C/77°F): 0.7 mm @10 m / 1/32 in @30 ft