- Rugged case design withstands rough handling on job sites
- Includes magnetic wall bracket for easy, stable mounting
- Self-leveling 3-point laser level allows fast, accurate layout of reference points
- Accurate to 1/4 inch at 100 feet (6 mm at 30 meters)
- Includes floor stand for fast, easy overhang and centerline measurements
- Construction electrician and installers
- Industrial electricians
- Building maintenance
- Field service technicians
- Asset installation
- Building construction and remodeling
The Fluke 3PR Red 3-Point Laser Level is accurate to 1/4 inch at 100 feet (6 mm at 30 meters), giving you the ability to install every piece of mechanical and electrical equipment with reliable speed and accuracy. The adage "measure twice, cut once" is even more important when cutting or drilling holes into structures or installing large pieces of equipment. Traditionally, such jobs have required manual tools like plumb bobs and chalk lines, often necessitating 2 or more people. Now all you will need is yourself and your 3PR laser level to get the job done right the first time. Designed and tested to survive a one meter drop, this device demonstrates the ruggedness you have come to expect from every Fluke tool.
Applications for Electrical and HVAC
Easily align outlets and switches, whether in residential or commercial/industrial applications. A horizontal line can be used in place of a chalk line or individually measuring each placement.
A line laser easily helps make sure everything is laid out in a straight line. Use a point-to-point laser to transfer reference points from the floor to the ceiling to make quick work of installing cable trays and ducts.
A line laser (in vertical mode) easily replaces a chalk line when installing switching gear or mechanical equipment, eliminating the risk of imprecise or smeared chalk. With one, quickly deployed line, all mounting holes in the floor can be drilled with a deft ease.
Conduit and rigid cable requires perfectly aligned holes on the floor and ceiling (or opposite walls), or else they will not fit. A line laser can be used to easily line up the center points of many holes at once. Alternatively, a point laser can be used to transfer a single point.
Long fixture runs for lighting can take a long time to lay out, especially if everything must be measured overhead with a ladder or a scissor lift. Using a point laser to determine reference points and a line laser to create a perfectly straight run will make the job a lot easier. Lasers will also make quick work of aligning and installing conduit.
|Light Source:||Semiconductor laser diode|
|Leveling Range:||≤ 6°|
|Working Range:||≤ 30m|
|Accuracy:||≤ 6 mm @ 30m|
|Batteries:||3 x AA Alkaline IEC LR6|
|Battery Life (Red):||≥ 30 hrs, continuous use|
|Dimensions (H x W x L):||5.5 in. x 4 in. x (140 mm x 102 mm x 57 mm)|
|Weight (with batteries):||1.1 lbs. (.52 kg)|
|Operating Temperature:||-4 - 122°F (-18 - 50°C)|
|Storage Temperature:||-40 - 158°F (-40 - 70°C)|
|Storage Temperature (with batteries):||-4 - 122°F (-20 - 50°C)|
|Relative Humidity:||0% - 90% (0 - 35°C); 0% - 75% (35 - 40°C); 0% - 45% (40 - 50°C)|
|Operating Altitude:||6,652 ft. (2,000m)|
|Storage Altitude:||39,370 ft. (12,000m)|
|General:||IEC 61010-1: Pollution Degree 2|
|Laser:||IEC 60825-1: Class 2|
|Max Output Power:||< 1 mW|
|Wavelength (Red):||635 nm|
|Data Sheet:||(1.28 MB)|