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PDF OCR Transcript: STABILA ...sets standards ...sets standards STABILAJ L 200 Type LAX 200 MADE IN GERMANY TO ON OFF Laser LAX-200 GB Operating instructions L1 L2 -> 17282 C2 C1 B1 B2 115 mm 59 mm 9 105 mm 570 gr -> 17282 3 2a 2b A4 6 1b 5 7 8 1a D2 E2E3 Δ1 = X1 - Y1 Δ2 = X2 - Y2 Δ3 = X3 - Y3 2m D1E1 1 D3 F1 mm 2mF2 F3 F4 F5 s > 5m > 16 ft 32 GB Operating instructions The STABILA-LAX-200 is an easy-to-use crossed line laser. It is self-levelling in the range ± 4.5° and enables levels to be determined quickly and accurately. The verti- cally and horizontally projected laser lines provide exact alignment / working . The different parts of this set enable a tripod or a long support pole to be constructed to suspend the instrument between the floor and the ceiling. The pulsed laser-line enables working over larger distances using a special laser-line-receiver ( see line receiver manual) . We have endeavoured to explain the unit's handling and functioning in as clear and comprehensible manner as possible. If, however, you still have any unanswered questions, we should be pleased to provide advice over the telephone at any time on the following telephone number: 0049 / 63 46 / 3 09 - 0 A Main components (1a) On/off button (1b) ON / OFF switch (for protecting during transport) (2) LEDs for displaying (2a) Operating mode ON or READY (2b) Battery voltage (3) Exit aperture for the horizontal and vertical laser lines (4) Battery compartment cover (5) Protective cover (6) 1/4" threaded connector for tripod B1 B2(7) Magnets (8) Fastening holes for: Nails / screws Accessories not included in price -> 17282 C1(9) Adapter wall bracket C2 Adapterscrew 5/8” -> 1/4” Recycling programme for our EU customers: In accordance with the WEEE regulations, STABILA provides a disposal programme for electronic products at the end of their service life. For more details, please contact: / Recycling or: 0049 / 6346 / 309-0 8 NB: In Class II laser equipment, your eyes are protected from accidental, short- term exposure to the laser beam by the lid-closing reflex and/or the reflex reac- tion to turn one's head. This equipment can therefore be used without additio- nal protective measures. Nevertheless, you should not look directly into the laser beam. Do not let the unit fall into children's hands! The laser goggles enclosed with these units are not safety goggles. They are designed to make the laser light easier to see. The use of operating and adjustment equipment other than that indicated here or the use of other procedures can lead to dangerous exposure to radiation. Main applications: Operating modes The LAX 200 can be used in 2 operating modes. 1. as a self-levelling line laser 2. as a laser instrument for marking applications without the levelling function. Operating mode with self-levelling A laser line can be selected in this mode. Commissioning The instrument is switched on with the on/off switch (1b). Vertical and horizontal lines will appear after switching on. The laser will automatically level itself. 2. 1. 9 EN 60825-1 : 03 10 The laser will flash if the inclination is too great. -> The unit is inclined too much + is outside the self-levelling range + the laser cannot level itself automatically laser beam flashing Checking the calibration The LAX-200 crossed line laser is designed for use on construction sites and was perfectly adjusted when it left our factory. As with any precision instrument, however, its calibration must be regularly checked. The unit should be checked before starting any new tasks, particularly when the unit has been exposed to strong vibrations. After an impact, the unit should be checked throughout its whole self-levelling range. Vertical check D1You must create a reference to perform Fasten a plumbline near to the wall. this test. D2The laser unit should now be set up in front of this reference mark (distance Y) and the vertical laser line compared with it. D3 The discrepancy between the centre of the laser line and the reference mark should be no greater than 1 mm over a length of 2 m. Setting the type of line: The vertical line, horizontal line and the crossed laser line can be activated in suc- cession by using the selector switch (1a) Operating mode without levelling function The on/off switch (1b) is switched off In this mode the LAX 200 is only switched on or off with the selector switch (1a). 10 Horizontal checking 1. Horizontal checking - Line level Two parallel wall surfaces at least 5 m apart are required for the horizontal check. F11.Set the LAX-200 on a smooth level surface or on the tripod with the front facing the wall. 2.Switch the unit on. F23.Mark the position of the visible laser line cross on the wall A (point 1). F34.Turn the complete unit 180° without altering the height of the laser. 5.Mark the position of the visible laser line cross on the wall B (point 2). F46. Now move the unit directly in front of wall B. 7.Set the unit's height so that the laser dot's height matches that of point 2. F5 8. Without changing the height of the laser, rotate it 180° to place the beam near the mark on the first wall (step 3 / point 1 ). Measure the vertical distance between point 1 and point 3. The difference must not be greater than S Maximum permissible figure 5 m 3,0 mm 10 m 6,0 mm 15 m 9,0 mm 20 m 12,0 mm 2. Horizontal checking - inclination of the laser line Check the laser line for inclination and perfectly straight projection E11.E2Reposition the instrument. E3 7. Mark three points (1, 2 and 3) on the floor at a distance of 5 m from each other; the points must be in a perfectly straight line. 2. Position the laser at distance S = 5 m from the line and exactly in front of the middle point you marked = position X 3. Switch the unit on. 4. Measure the height of the laser line at the points. Measurements X1 - X3 5. 6. Position the laser at distance S = 5 m from the line and exactly in front of the middle point you marked = position Y Measure the height of the laser line at the points. Measurements Y1-Y3 11 Replacing batteries the Mignon, AA , LR6 Slide the battery cover (4) in the direction of the arrow and insert new batteries in accordance with the symbols in the battery compartment. 3 x 1,5V alkaline mignoncells, size AA, LR6 Suitable batteries can also be used. 4 Tip: Remove the batteries if the unit will not be used for a long period ! Do not submerge the laser ! Δ1 = X1 - Y1 Δ2 = X2 - Y2 Δ3 = X3 - Y3 Δges The following applies for the differences: Δges 1 = Δ1 - Δ2 ± 2mm S 1 or Δges 2 Δges 3 = Δ3 - Δ2 ± 2mm When calculating, always take note of the preceding sign! 2,0 mm 3,0 mm 4,0mm Do not store the laser when wet. Dry the laser and case before putting the laser away. 12 Do not unscrew ! 3. 1. 5m 7,5m 10m 2. Care and maintenance • Dirty lens glass on the beam emitter detracts from the quality of the beam. It should be cleaned with a soft cloth. • Clean the laser unit with a damp cloth. Do not spray or immerse the unit! Do not use solvents or thinners! Like any precision instrument, handle the LAX-200 crossed line laser carefully and cautiously. Technical data Laser type: Red diode laser, pulsed line-laser wavelength 630-660 nm Output: < 1 mW, Laser Class 2 to EN 60825-1:03-10 Self-levelling range: ca. ± 4,5° Levelling accuracy: L1laser line horizontal: L1 = ± 0,3 mm/m laser line L2inclination of the laser line: L2 = ± 0,2 mm/m laser line Batteries: 3 x 1,5 V mignoncells alkaline, size AA, LR6 Operating life: approx. 30 hours (alkaline) Operating temperature range: -10 °C to +50 °C Storage temperature range: -20 °C to +60 °C Subject to technical modifications. * When operated within specified temperature range Guarantee terms and conditions Stabila provides a guarantee against deficiencies and faults in the assured characteri- stics because of material or manufacturing faults for a period of 24 months from date of purchase. Any faults will be eliminated at Stabila's own discretion either by repai- ring or replacing the unit. Stabila accepts no wider claims. No liability is accepted for any faults due to inappropriate treatment (e.g. damage caused by the unit falling, operation with the wrong voltage or type of current, use of unsuitable current supply sources) or for any autonomous changes made to the unit by the purchaser or a third party. Also no claims under guarantee are accepted for natural wear and tear or any small faults that do not significantly affect the unit's operation. Any guarantee claims must be made via the dealer on the duly completed guarantee form (see last page) to be returned with the unit. 13