Fan angle construction lasers enable the wall-to-wall or floor-to-ceiling alignment crucial to today’s construction. And the latest technology is the next generation of visibility.

For brighter and sharper lines, beyond traditional red lasers, look to the Leica, www.leica-geosystems.com, Lino L2G+, which uses state-of-the-art green beam laser technology to project brighter and sharper lines much farther than traditional red lasers.

The Lino L2G+ projects accurate, independent vertical and horizontal lines to create highly visible planes or perpendicular lines. The green laser diode in the L2G+ has up to four times greater visibility than red-beam lasers for maximum visibility in interior applications, according to the company, which makes it easier and faster to lay out construction details.

The direct emitting green diode technology in the Leica Lino L2G+ projects crisper, sharper lines with less speckle. Depending on lighting conditions, workers can see the green lines at distances of up to 100 feet indoors; the extended working range means fewer setups and more time saved.

The lasers aren’t just ‘green’ in color; they are also ‘green,’ meaning energy efficient. The low energy consumption of the Leica Lino L2G+ makes it possible to work for seven hours with both beams activated—almost four times longer than competing green line lasers. The longer working time burns through fewer batteries, reducing the amount of environmental contaminants in landfills.

The Lino L2G+ standard delivery is set up for immediate use, with standard AA batteries, a high visibility green target plate and magnetic adapter in a compact carrying case. Additionally a Pro-Pack is available and includes the standard package plus a professional carrying case, rechargeable NiMH batteries w/ charger, and the TRI 70 crank tripod.