How to Use a Laser Level Outdoors
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How to Use a Laser Level Outdoors

by Jason Adam on Sep 02, 2021

Huepar laser level come in all sorts of different varieties. We offer several different options for all sorts of different construction and home improvement projects.

Work outside? It may be difficult to only see the laser outside with the naked eye. At this time, you need to use green/red goggles, which will enhance the visibility of the green/red laser line outdoors; however, you still need a receiver to use the laser level outdoors. , So as to find the trace point most quickly.

Working indoors? You may require dot laser levels for drywall work, or cross-line laser levels for to display horizontal and vertical lines across every wall in an enclosed room.

Wondering how to tackle your project and use Huepar's many different kinds of laser levels? Read on below for a handful of helpful guides.

 

How to Use a Laser Level Outdoors

1.You’ll need these in order to see the laser beam in an outdoor setting.

2.Place the laser level on a tripod and turn it on.

3.Aim the laser level where you want to take a reading. When you find it, lock the laser level into position.

4.Take the laser receiver to where you want to take a reading. Either use the magnet that comes with the laser receiver or place it on a flat surface at the same height as the laser level. A second tripod is a great option here.

5.Slowly move the laser receiver until it catches the laser beam from the level. Upon finding the beam, lock the receiver into position (if on a tripod or grade rod) or steady it (if on a flat surface or attached by magnet).

6.Use the level and receiver(E.g: LR-5RG/LR06RG) to find the alignment or state of level that you want.

1 comment

  • Al Thomas
    Jun 08, 2022 at 11:44

    I have a 603CG, and it is an excellent tool. My only issue is I can’t find a PDF file of the user manual. I have the manual that came with it, but the print is so small I have trouble reading it, even when I use magnify on my phone. Your support page would be a good place for a link to your user manual library.

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