The DeWalt DW088CG Cross Line Laser is four-time brighter than it’s red beam counterpart, offering both horizontal and vertical cross lines and a visibility range of 20 meters. Additionally, the automatic out of level indication marks a levelled line in seconds and maintains the beam fully visible.
Dewalt DW088CG Features:
Accuracy: +/- 3mm@10m. Self-levelling cross line laser is accurate to ±0.3 mm/m in levelling applications.
Full-time pulse mode allows use with the detector. Works with DE0892G detector up to the distance of 50 metres.
IP54 – Debris/water resistant with over-moulded housing and thick glass that protects the tool and helps maintain calibration under job site conditions.
Integrated magnetic pivoting base with 1/4″ thread for use with a tripod and the built-in magnetic pivot bracket mounts easily on metal surfaces.
Battery Life indicator and 16 hours runtime with the included batteries.
Dewalt DW088CG specification:
Laser class: 2
Accuracy: +/- 3mm / 10m mm/m
Number of beams: 2
Beam direction: V / H / Cross
Indoor Visibility Range: 20 metres
Self-Levelling Range: 4 °
Power Supply: 3 x AA
Tripod connection: 1/4″
Run Time (Approx): 16 Hours
Weight (Exc. Batteries): 0.46 kg
Width: 61mm/Length: 112mm/Height: 113 mm
Total Shipping Weight: 3kg
1 x DW088CG Laser 3 x AA Batteries
1 x Wall mount bracket 1 x Heavy-duty carry case
Reymond DeWalt made the life of wood carpenters around the United States and around the World after that a symphony with a buzz. In 1922 Mr. Dewalt, still, a worker at a local mill betters the machinery he has been trusted with and manages to increase it’s potential. Two years later, in the state of Pennsylvania, DeWalt is a brand of its own, The Wonder Worker, multifunctional woodworking, and carving apparatus were being mass-produced and making a revolution. By the mid of the last century, DeWalt has expanded its operation in Canada, claiming the title of one of the largest enterprises on the North American continent. At the end of the nineties, DeWalt has introduced its first line of portable power appliances. As the company entered the new Millennia it already had a portfolio of “tough” instruments for almost any manufacturing industry.