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User Manual
English
Before using the product for the first
time, please read carefully through
the Safety Instructions and the User
Manual. The person responsible for
the instrument must ensure that all users understand
these directions and adhere to them.
Contents
Start up
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Operation
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Care and advice on operation
Transport
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Technical data SK103P

Safety instructions

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Start up
Inserting / replacing batteries
Pull the battery cover outwards to unlock the battery
compartment. Open the battery compartment cover and
insert the batteries, observing the correct polarity. Then
press the battery compartment cover back down until it
engages.
Insert the batteries observing the correct polarity
Use alkaline batteries or rechargeable batteries only
Makita SK103P
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Remove the batteries if the instrument is not to be
used for a long period of time (to prevent corrosion)
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  Summary of Contents for Makita SK103P

  • Page 1: Safety Instructions

    ..............1 Operation ..............2 Care and advice on operation ......8 Transport ..............8 Technical data SK103P ........9 Safety instructions ..........10 Start up Inserting / replacing batteries Pull the battery cover outwards to unlock the battery compartment. Open the battery compartment cover and insert the batteries, observing the correct polarity.
  • Page 2 Lock mode in Lock mode only only horizontal line horizontal line only vertical line only vertical line horizontal and again as 1x vertical line all points – all lines and points – again as 1x – Makita SK103P Operation...
  • Page 3 Turn the Lock switch 3 in order to transport or tilt the laser beam in Pulse mode, even over long distances. instrument beyond the self-levelling range. When locked, the pendulum is fixed and the self-levelling (Laser detector refer to accessories) function is deactivated. Transportation and lock Self levelling Makita SK103P Operation...
  • Page 4 Applications SK103P Receiver available accessory. Makita SK103P Operation...
  • Page 5 How to use the wall mount bracket: Makita SK103P Operation...
  • Page 6 Checking the accuracy  Check the accuracy of your SK103P regularly and particularly before important measuring tasks. Checking the accuracy of the levelling Then place the instrument at the same elevation as close as possible to wall A and again mark the horizontal laser line or the laser dot on wall A (->...
  • Page 7 If the difference does not exceed 3 mm, off the maximum deviation of the laser line from the top of the then the SK103P is within tolerance. plumb line. If the difference does not exceed 2 mm, then the SK103P is within tolerance.
  • Page 8 Checking the accuracy of the vertical laser beam hits point A1 exactly. If point B2 is no further than 2 mm away from point B1, then the SK103P is within toler- plumbing of the SK103P: ance. Place the Lock switch 3 in the "Unlocked" ( ...
  • Page 9 Technical data SK103P Metric unit system Non-metric unit system Range up to 15 m* Range up to 50 ft* Range with detector up to 60 m Range with detector up to 197 ft Levelling accuracy @ 10 m ± 3,0 mm Levelling accuracy @ 32 ft ±...
  • Page 10: Symbols Used

     Refer to section "Technical data". or serious injury. The SK103P is designed for use in areas permanently CAUTION: habitable by humans. Do not use the product in explo- Indicates a potentially hazardous situation or an sion hazardous areas or in aggressive environments.
  • Page 11 • To be familiar with local safety regulations relating to thorised personnel. accident prevention. WARNING Using a battery charger not recommended by Makita Hazards in use can destroy the batteries. This can cause fire or explosions. CAUTION: Precautions: Only use chargers recommended by Makita to charge Watch out for erroneous measurements if the the batteries.
  • Page 12 • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV tech- nician for help WARNING: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Makita for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. Makita SK103P Safety instructions...
  • Page 13: Laser Classification

    Laser classification The SK103P produces visible laser beams, which are Laser Class 2 products: emitted from the instrument: Do not stare into the laser beam or direct it towards other people unnecessarily. Eye protection is normally afforded by aversion responses including the blink reflex.