Digital levels are extremely useful tools for setting-up and aligning most types of machine, for example, levelling machine tables, rolls, bases, etc. Other areas of use include checking straightness, flatness and parallelism.
Easy-Laser® E290 offers the possibility of documenting the work, by wirelessly connecting to your Easy-Laser® alignment system. Today, documentation is a common client requirement.
E290 is the perfect addition to laser based alignment systems and is an investment that can be recouped quickly thanks to the broad areas of use.
Accuracy is guaranteed by the precision-ground, hardened steel base. Easy-to-read OLED display and a rechargeable battery make it easy to use. Two mounting holes allow for your own adaptations and fixtures.
Using a separate display unit (accessory) makes it all even easier, as you can read off and follow the adjustment at the precise point on the machine where the adjustment is made. The measurement values can be documented and transferred to PC, for further completion of a measurement report.
Digital and graphical read-out on Easy-Laser® display unit and iPhone/iPod touch.
The Precision Level app is used together with the E290 Digital Precision Level. With this app your phone becomes a handy display unit which you can read off at the precise point where you adjust the machine. Climbing up and down on the machine several times to check the precision level value can now be reduced significantly. Available for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
The E290 precision level has a clear OLED display with large figures and graphical indication of the angle direction. The value can be zeroed and halved.
The Level program for display unit E51* is used together with the E290 Digital Precision Level. A digital level is perfect for installation, setting up and maintenance of precision machines, leveling of machine tables, rolls, etc – basically anything you can think of!
*E51 is included with the E710 and E9xx systems.
For installation, setting up and maintenance of precision machines, leveling of machine tables, rolls, etc – basically anything you can think of! Built-in rechargeable battery. OLED display with digital and graphical representation of angles. Connects wirelessly to display unit E51 for more functionality. Resolution 0.01 mm/m (0.001°). Measurement range ± 2 mm/m.
For software, see Support > Software download.
The Easy-Laser® E980 Sawmill system will help you increase efficiency and save money in your sawmill. The system measures straightness, flatness and squareness. Equally useful on band saws and circular saws.
With the Easy-Laser® E290 Digital precision level you get new possibilities for aligning your machinery. Use it as a separate tool, or add it to your laser system.
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Easy-Laser® E915 is a system used to measure flange flatness of windmill towers and slewing bearings with an easy-to-use rotating laser.
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Easy-Laser® E950 makes checking and aligning bearings and bearing journals easy. All of the parts included in the systems are designed and built for even the most demanding workplace and for easy setup on any machinery.
Easy-Laser® E960 Turbine alignment systems make the measurement and adjustment work of diapraghms and bearings easier thanks to the wireless detector unit and measurement programs that guides you through the measurement process.
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Easy-Laser® E975 Roll alignment is designed for replacement and alignment of rolls in, for example, printing presses, paper machines and converting machines.