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Example Beam Diagrams

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Top tip: If you plan to work outside, long range or in bright conditions, you will always need to use a laser detector with your laser level.
This applies to all makes and models and for both red & green lasers.
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Check out our example beam diagrams and their associated products below.

Beam Diagram 1:

One vertical beam, intersected by one horizontal beam.
Products of this type include: Fukuda EK-112ROrient LP103Stanley FatMax CLLiSpectra LT20, Dewalt DW088K

Beam Diagram 2:

As above, but as a green beam version. Green beam lasers are around 3-4 times brighter
than the red beam equivalents.
Products of this type include: Stanley FatMax FCL-G

Beam Diagram 3:

One vertical beam, intersected by one horizontal beam. Up and down plumb dots.
Products of this type include: Stanley FatMax SCL-DStabila LAX 300

Beam Diagram 4:

One vertical beam, intersected by one horizontal beam.  Secondary vertical beam set at 90°.
Plumb dot down and the intersection point of the two verticals gives a plumb point on the ceiling.

Products of this type include: Orient LP412Fukuda EK-226P

Beam Diagram 5:

As above, but as a green beam version. Green beam lasers are around 3-4 times brighter
than the red beam equivalents.
Products of this type include: Fukuda EK-268GD

Beam Diagram 6:

One vertical beam, intersected by one horizontal beam.  Four vertical beam set at 90° to give
vertical squaring all-round. Plumb dot down and the intersection point of the four verticals gives
a plumb point on the ceiling.

Products of this type include: Stanley FatMax SML MultiLineOrient LP618

Beam Diagram 7:

As above, but as a green beam version. Green beam lasers are around 3-4 times brighter
than the red beam equivalents.
Products of this type include: Fukuda FLG-411QG

Beam Diagram 8:

One vertical beam, intersected by a 360° horizontal beam.
Products of this type include: Stanley SLL360 360° Line Laser

Beam Diagram 9:

Two vertical beams set at 90°, intersected by a 360° horizontal beam. The intersection point of
the two verticals gives a plumb point on the ceiling and on the floor.
Products of this type include: Stabila LAX 400

Beam Diagram 10:

360° horizontal beam intersecting four vertical beam set at 90° to give vertical squaring all-round.
Plumb dot down and the intersection point of the four verticals gives a plumb point on the ceiling.
Products of this type include: Fukuda FLE-444R

Beam Diagram 11:

As above, but as a green beam version. Green beam lasers are around 3-4 times brighter
than the red beam equivalents.
Products of this type include: Fukuda FLE-444G, Stanley FatMax X3G

Beam Diagram 12:

One vertical beam, intersected by one horizontal beam. Up and down plumb dots. Left, right and rear horizontal dots.
Products of this type include: Fukuda FDG-232R

Beam Diagram 13:

Up and down plumb dots. Rear horizontal dot.
Products of this type include: Stanley FatMax SLP3Stanley FatMax SLP5