The laser level is a comprehensive instrument integrating optics, mechanics, electronics, and computers, which can use laser beams to replace manual readings, and guide the laser beams emitted by the laser into the telescope barrel to emit horizontal laser beams along the collimating axis. A laser level is also often used as a tool in decoration, and during using the laser level, the calibration of the instrument is very important, which has a decisive impact on the use effect. Can you calibrate a laser level? The following article will give you an answer and introduce the calibration method of the laser level.
How to Calibrate a Laser Level
First, you need to turn on all the laser lines and make a punctuation mark on the table, and then mark the laser point on it. Next, you need to slowly turn the instrument in 360 degrees, and see if the drooping point is centered (not deviating from the laser point). If it is off, it means that the weight is not accurate, and you need to adjust the screws in the four directions below the weight to adjust it.
Then, you should check whether the Cardan shaft above (we call it an equalizer) is loose or too tight. If so, you need to adjust the screw of the Cardan shaft. If the adjustment does not work, it means that it needs to be replaced. The method to check is to put the instrument on a surface and project the laser line to see whether it is accurate or not. After that, you should make punctuation, and shake the instrument to see if it is still in the original position.
For the lines that do not overlap, you first look at the vertical lines to see if everyone is not vertical. If one is vertical and the other does not overlap, then you can adjust it to vertical, and it will be normal at this time. If the alignment is adjusted, but it is still not accurate, there may be a problem, that is, if your laser line is originally bent, then at this time, you need to adjust the four screws on the front of the laser head to calibrate it.
How to Calibrate Huepar Laser Level
Most Huepar laser levels have a self-leveling feature, which means the pendulum will take over and reach its final level and automatically finish calibration, once placed on a relatively level surface. This makes calibration quick and easy, especially if you already have a reference point on which you need to register the line. So can you calibrate a huepar laser level too? Below we will answer this question for you by introducing Huepar S04CG Laser Level.
A. Self-leveling mode:
Once the pendulum unlocked, the self-leveling mode is enabled. The laser beam will beep as well as the laser beam blink fast when the tool is out of self-leveling range ±3.5°. With Bluetooth Tech, the locked icon will be displayed on Huepar APP and LCD screen.
Under self-leveling mode, you can calibrate the laser level by the following steps:
- Slide the pendulum to the Unlocked Position to turn ON the laser tool, the self-leveling mode is activated by default.
- The self-levelingmode icon will be showed on the LCD display.
- The laser beam(s) blink fast and beep as well when the tool is out of self-leveling range (3.5° ± 1°).
B. Manual mode:
When the pendulum is in the locked position, the laser tool can be placed for use at any angle. The laser beam will blink every 3-5 seconds to remind you it’s not self-leveling now. With Bluetooth Tech, the locked icon will be displayed on Huepar APP and LCD screen to remind user it is in manual mode now.
Under manual mode, you can calibrate the laser level by the following steps:
- When the pendulum in Locked Position, press and hold for ≥ 2 seconds to turn ON the laser tool, the manual mode is activated by default.
- The manual mode icon will be showed on the LCD display.
- The laser beam(s) will blink about every 3-5 seconds to notify the user it is not self-leveling now.
- Under manual mode, users can position the laser tool at various angles.