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Bedienungsanleitung Operating instructions Mode demploi Istruzioni duso Gebruiksaanwijzing Manual de instrues Manual de instrucciones de en fr it nl pt es el zh ja ko
PMP 34 point laser
It is essential that the operating instructions are read before the tool is operated for the first time. Always keep these operating instructions together with the tool. Ensure that the operating instructions are with the tool when it is given to other persons.
Component parts Pendulum lockbutton Selector button LED indicator Reference line Pendulum Base Mounting slot
1. General information
1.1 Safety notices and their meaning -CAUTIONUsed to draw attention to a potentially dangerous situation which could lead to minor personal injury or damage to the equipment or other property. -NOTEUsed to draw attention to an instruction or other useful information. 1.2 Pictograms Warning signs
LASER RADIATION - DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM
620-690nm/0.95mW max. CLASS II LASER PRODUCT
Laser warning: Laser radiation Do not look into the beam Laser class 2
Read the operating instructions before use.
Disposal of electric tools and batteries together with household waste is not permissible.
Contents 1. General information 2. Description 3. Accessories 4. Technical data 5. Safety precautions 6. Before use 7. Operation & applications 8. Checks 9. Care and maintenance 10. Troubleshooting 11. Disposal 12. Warranty 13. FCC statement 14. EC declaration of conformity
Page 9 10
These numbers refer to the corresponding illustrations. The illustrations can be found on the fold-out cover pages. Keep these pages open while studying the operating instructions. In these operating instructions, the PMP 34 point laser is referred to as the tool. Location of identification data on the tool The type designation and serial number can be found on the type plate on the tool. Make a note of this information in your operating instructions and always refer to it when making an enquiry to your Hilti representative or Hilti repair center. Type: Serial no.: 1 PMP 34
The PMP 34 is a self-leveling point laser which can be used by one person working alone to plumb, level, align and transfer right angles very quickly and with great accuracy. The tool incorporates 4 coincident laser beams (beams that originate from the same point). All the beams have the same range (30 m*). *The range depends on the ambient light conditions. Features: High horizontal and plumb beam accuracy ( 3 mm at 10 m). Self leveling in all planes within 5. Short self-leveling time: ~ 3 seconds. Out of level warning signal when the self-leveling range is exceeded (the laser beams blink). Rugged, impact-resistant plastic casing. Compact and light easy to use and carry with you. Automatic cut-out: The tool switches itself off automatically after 15 minutes. Continuous operating mode may be selected if desired. Easy to operate. 2.1 Items supplied with the point laser (cardboard box version) 1 PMP 34 point laser 1 soft pouch 4 batteries 1 operating instructions 1 PMA 73 drywall adaptor 2 target plates 1 manufacturers certificate 2.2 Items supplied with the point laser (Hilti toolbox version) 1 PMP 34 point laser 1 soft pouch 4 batteries 1 operating instructions 1 PMA 73 drywall mount 1 PMA 71 wall bracket 1 PA 250 frame clamp 1 PMA 74 magnetic bracket 2 target plates 1 manufacturers certificate
Accessories: Various tripods PA 910, PA 911, PA 921 and PA 931/2 Target plate (CM) PMA 50 Target plate (IN) PMA 51 Soft pouch PMA 60 Pipe adaptor PMA 70 Wall mount PMA 71 Drywall adaptor PMA 73 Magnetic bracket PMA 74 Telescopic brace PUA 10 Frame clamp PA 250 Hilti toolbox PMP 34 Laser visibility glasses* PUA 60 * These are not protective glasses and thus do not protect the eyes from laser radiation. As the laser visibility glasses restrict color vision, they should be worn only when working with the PML/PMP and must not be worn while driving a vehicle on a public road. 2
4. Technical data
Range Accuracy at 25 C Front beam (horizontal): Perpendicular beam (horizontal): Angle (horizontal): Plumb beams: Self-leveling time Laser class Beam diameter Self-leveling range Automatic switch-off Operating status indicators Power supply Battery life at 25 C [+77 F] Operating temperature range Storage temperature Protection against dust and water spray Tripod thread Weight Dimensions: closed opened
*Range depends on the ambient light conditions. Rigth of technical changes reserved.
30 m* 3 mm at 10 m (1/8 in at 30 ft) 3 mm at 10 m (1/8 in at 30 ft) 3 mm at 10 m (1/8 in at 30 ft) ~ 3 seconds Class 2, visible, nm @ 25 C (IEC825-1; EN 60825-01:2003; CFR (FDA)) 3 mm @ 5 m @ 25 C/ 12 mm @ 20 m @ 25 C 5 Activated after 15 min. LED + laser beams 4 x alkaline batteries, size AA Alkaline batteries: > 40 h with 2 beams (horizontal or vertical) in use 10 C up to +40 C ( 2) C/+14 F up to 104 ( 4) F 20 C up to +63 C/4 F up to 145 F IP 54 (in accordance with IEC 529) except battery compartment BSW 5/8 and UNC 1/g without batteries ca.138 (L) x 51 (W) x 89 (H) mm ca.164 (L) x 51 (W) x 126 (H) mm
5. Safety precautions
5.1 Basic information concerning safety In addition to the information relevant to safety given in each of the sections of these operating instructions, the following points must be strictly observed at all times. 5.2 Correct use of the tool The tool is designed for predominantly indoor use for determining and checking differences in the height of points in the horizontal plane, vertical lines, alignment and for marking plumb points. When used for outdoor applications, care must be taken to ensure that the conditions under which the tool is used correspond to the conditions encountered indoors. Examples of applications: Transferring datum marks and height marks. Marking out the position of partitions (at right angles and in the vertical plane). Aligning equipment/installations and other structural elements in three axes. Checking and transferring right angles. Transferring points marked on the floor to the ceiling. 5.3 Misuse of the tool
Do not use the tool unless its accuracy has been previously checked. The tool and its ancillary equipment may present hazards when used incorrectly by untrained personnel or when used not as directed. Do not open the casing of the tool. To avoid the risk of injury, use only original Hilti accessories and additional equipment. Modification of the tool is not permissible. Observe the information printed in the operating instructions concerning operation, care and maintenance. Do not render safety devices ineffective and do not remove information and warning notices. Keep laser tools out of reach of children.
Have the tool repaired only at a Hilti service center. Failure to follow the correct procedures when opening the tool may cause emission of laser radiation in excess of class 2. Do not expose the tool to rain or snow and do not use it in damp or wet environments or where there may be a risk of explosion.
Laser warning plate based on IEC825/EN 6082501:2003:
Laser warning plate for the USA based on CFR (FDA):
5.4 Proper organization of the workplace
Secure the area in which you are working and take care to avoid directing the beam toward other persons or toward yourself while setting up the tool. Avoid unfavorable body positions when working on ladders or scaffolding. Make sure you work from a safe stance and stay in balance at all times. Measurements taken through panes of glass or other objects may be inaccurate. Ensure that the tool is set up on a solid, level surface. Ensure that the tool is set up on a steady surface not exposed to vibration. Use the tool only within the specified limits of the application for which it is intended (see Section 5.2).
This laser product complies with CFR (FDA) as applicable. 5.5 General safety precautions Check the tool for possible damage or dirt before use. If the tool is found to be damaged, have it repaired at a Hilti service center. The accuracy of the tool must be checked after it has been dropped or subjected to other mechanical stresses. When the tool is brought into a warm environment from very cold conditions, or vice-versa, allow it to become acclimatized before use. If mounting on an adaptor, ensure that the tool is attached securely. Keep the laser exit aperture clean to avoid measurement errors. Although the tool is designed for the tough conditions of jobsite use, as with other optical instruments (binoculars, spectacles, cameras) it should be treated with care. Although the tool is protected to prevent entry of dampness, it should be wiped dry each time before being put away in its Hilti toolbox.
5.4.1 Electromagnetic compatibility Although the tool complies with the strict requirements of the relevant directives, Hilti cannot entirely rule out the following possibilities: The tool may cause interference to other equipment (e.g. aircraft navigation equipment, medical instruments or devices). The tool may be subject to interference caused by powerful radiation, which may lead to incorrect operation. Check the accuracy of the tool by taking measurements by other means when working under such conditions or if you are unsure. 5.4.2 Laser classification The tool conforms to laser class 2 based on the IEC825-1/EN60825-standard and class II based on CFR (FDA). The eyelid closure reflex protects the eyes when a person looks into the beam unintentionally for a brief moment. Nevertheless, the eyelid closure reflex may be negatively affected by medicines, alcohol or drugs. This tool may be used without need for further protective measures. Nevertheless, as with the sun, one should not look directly into sources of bright light. Do not direct the laser beam toward persons.
5.5.1 Electrical hazards The batteries must be insulated or removed from the tool before it is shipped. The tool and the batteries must be disposed of in accordance with national regulations in order to avoid environmental pollution. Consult the manufacturer if you are unsure.
6. Before use
1. Bring the two parts of the tool into the closed position. 2. Press the battery compartment release button. 3. Pull the battery holder downwards out of the tool. 4. Replace the batteries. -CAUTION- Take care to observe correct polarity. 5. Close the battery compartment. Check that it engages securely.
6.1 Inserting new batteries -NOTEDo not use damaged batteries. Do not mix old and new batteries. Do not mix batteries of different makes or types.
7. Operation & applications
7.1.3 Switching the tool/laser beams off 1. Press the selector button repeatedly (1-3 times depending on previous operating mode) until the laser beam is no longer visible and the LED no longer lights. -NOTEThe pendulum is locked when the tool is in the closed position (laser beam blinks). 7.1 Operation 7.1.1 Bringing the tool into the operating position 1. Open the tool to the 90 or 180 position. 2. Bring the reference line into alignment with (parallel to) the top edge of the base section. -NOTEThe pendulum is able to swing freely when the reference line is parallel to the base section, when the pendulum lockbutton is not pressed in and when the tool is set up in a horizontal position ( 5). The laser beams blink rapidly when the tool is unable to level itself automatically. 7.1.2 Switching on the laser beams Switching on only the plumb beams (vertically upwards and downwards): 1. Press the selector button once. Switching on only the front and perpendicular beams: 1. Press the selector button twice. Switching on the plumb beams, front beam and perpendicular beam: 1. Press the selector button three times. -NOTEThe tool switches itself off automatically after approx. 15 minutes. 7.1.4 Deactivating the automatic cut-out 1. Press and hold the selector button (approx. 4 seconds) until the laser beam blinks three times in confirmation. -NOTEThe tool will be switched off when the selector button is pressed (between one and three times, depending on operating mode) or when the batteries are exhausted. 7.2 Examples of applications 7.2.1 Vertical alignment (plumbing) of sections of a steel structure 7.2.2 Vertical alignment of door and window frames 7.2.3 Setting out drywall track for a partition wall 7.2.4 Aligning pipe fastenings
7.3 Operating status indicators 7.3.1 LED The LED doesnt light.
The tool is switched off. The batteries are exhausted. The batteries are inserted incorrectly.
The LED lights constantly. The LED blinks.
The laser beam is switched on. The tool is in opera-
The batteries are almost exhausted. The temperature of the tool is above 40 C (104 F)
or below 10 C (14 F) (no laser beam projected). 7.3.2 Laser beam The laser beam blinks twice every 10 seconds. The laser beam blinks rapidly.
The batteries are almost exhausted. The tool is in the closed position. The pendulum is locked.
The tool cannot level itself automatically.
8.1 Checking the vertical (plumb) beam 1. Make a mark on the floor (a cross) in a high room (e.g. in a stairwell or hallway with a height of 510 m). 2. Place the tool on a level surface (floor). 3. Switch on the vertical beam. 4. Position the tool with the lower beam on the center of the cross. 5. Mark the position of the vertical beam on the ceiling (attach a piece of paper to the ceiling). 6. Pivot the tool through 90. The reference beam must remain on the center of the cross. 7. Mark the position of the vertical beam on the ceiling. 8. Repeat the procedure after pivoting the tool through 180 and 270. -NOTEThe resulting 4 marks define a circle in which the intersection of the diagonals d1 (1 3) and d2 (2 4) marks the exact center of the plumb point. Calculation of accuracy Result= Result= 10 @(d1 + d2) [mm] (1) or Room height [m] @(d1 + d2) [inch] (2) Room height [ft] 4 8.2 Checking the front beam and/or perpendicular beam for height deviation 1. Place the tool on a smooth, horizontal surface approx. 20 cm from the wall (A) with the laser beam directed toward the wall (A). 2. Mark the position of the center (1) of the laser beam on the wall (A) with a cross. 3. Pivot the tool through 180 and mark the center of the laser beam (2) on the opposite wall (B) with a cross. 4. Place the tool on a smooth, horizontal surface approx. 20 cm from the wall (B) with the laser beam directed toward the wall (B). 5. Mark the position of the center (3) of the laser beam on the wall (B) with a cross. 6. Pivot the tool through 180 and mark the center of the laser beam (4) on the opposite wall (A) with a cross. Calculation of accuracy 1. Measure the distances d1 between 1 and 4 and d2 between 2 and 3. 2. Mark the mid points of d1 and d2. If the reference points 1 and 3 are located on different sides of the mid point (see example), then subtract d2 from d1. If the reference points 1 and 3 are located on the same side of the mid point, then add d1 and d2 together. 3. Divide the result by twice the length of the room (room length x 2).
The result provided by this formula refers to the tool's accuracy in mm at 10 m (formula (1)). This result should be within the specification for the tool (3 mm at 10 m). 6
The maximum permissible error is 3 mm at 10 m. Example: d1 = 6 mm/d2 = 4 mm/room length (D) = 10 m. Points 1 and 3 are on different sides of the exact horizontal. 6 mm4 mm 10 x 2 = 2 mm = 1 mm/10 m 20 m
8.3 Checking the angle between the front beam and the perpendicular beam 1. Place the tool on a smooth, horizontal surface at the edge of a room with a length of at least 10 m and width of at least 5 m. 2. Switch on all four beams. 3. Fix a target plate (#1) at a distance of at least 10 m from the tool so that the front beam strikes exactly the center of the target plate. 4. Using a second target plate, mark a reference cross on the floor at a distance of 5 m (measure the distance) from the first target plate. The beam must strike the second target plate exactly in the center (cross-hairs). 5. Fix a target plate (#2) at a distance of 5 m from the reference cross so that the front beam strikes exactly the center of the target plate.
6. Now position the tool with the lower plumb beam exactly on the center of the reference cross so that the front beam strikes exactly the center of target plate 1. The tool is exactly 5 meters from the two fixed target plates. 7. Mark the position (d1) of the perpendicular beam with a target plate at a distance of 5 m (fix the target plate in position). 8. Pivot the tool to the right through 90. The lower plumb beam must remain in the center of the reference cross. The perpendicular beam must strike target plate 2 exactly in the center (cross-hairs). 9. Mark the position (d2) of the front beam on the target plate which is still fixed at a distance of 5 meters. -NOTEThe horizontal distance between d1 and d2 must be no greater than 3 mm at a working distance of 5 m. 8.3.1 Calculation of accuracy (g) at a working distance other than 5 m g = (3 mm x working distance (m))/5 m. In this case, the horizontal distance between d1 and d2 must not exceed the value (g) at the defined working distance (m).
9. Care and maintenance
9.1 Cleaning and drying Blow dust off the glass. Do not touch the glass with your fingers. Use only a clean, soft cloth for cleaning. If necessary, moisten the cloth slightly with pure alcohol or a little water.
-NOTE Do not use any other liquids as these may damage the plastic components. Observe the temperature limits when storing your equipment. This is particularly important in summer if the equipment is kept inside a motor vehicle (20 C to + 63 C/4 F to 145 F).
9.2 Storage Remove the tool from its case if it has become wet. The tool, its carrying case and accessories should be cleaned and dried (at maximum 40 C/104 F). Repack the equipment only once it is completely dry. Check the accuracy of the equipment before it is used after a long period of storage or transportation. Remove the batteries if the tool is not used over a long period. Leaking batteries may damage the tool. 9.3 Transportation Use the Hilti shipping carton, Hilti toolbox or packaging of equivalent quality for transporting or shipping your equipment. -NOTEAlways remove the batteries before shipping. 7
Possible causes Batteries are exhausted. Batteries are inserted the wrong way round (incorrect polarity). Battery compartment is not closed. Tool or selector button is defective. The laser source or Individual laser beams laser control is defective. dont function. The tool can be switched on The laser source or laser control is but no laser beam is visible. defective. Temperature too high or too low. Fault The tool cant be switched on. Automatic leveling doesnt function. The surface on which the tool is set up is excessively inclined. The pendulum is locked. Extraneous light is too bright. The tilt sensor is defective. The base section (hinge) is dirty. The base section is bent. Remedy Replace the batteries. Insert the batteries correctly. Close the battery compartment. Bring the tool to a Hilti repair center. Bring the tool to a Hilti repair center. Bring the tool to a Hilti repair center. Allow the tool to cool down or, respectively, warm up. Set up the tool in a level position. Release the pendulum. Reduce extraneous light. Bring the tool to a Hilti repair center. Clean the base section. Bring the tool to a Hilti repair center.
The base section cannot be brought into the operating position.
-CAUTIONImproper disposal of the equipment may have serious consequences: The burning of plastic components generates toxic fumes which may present a health hazard. Batteries may explode if damaged or exposed to very high temperatures, causing poisoning, burns, acid burns or environmental pollution. Careless disposal may permit unauthorized and improper use of the equipment. This may result in serious personal injury, injury to third parties and pollution of the environment. Most of the materials from which Hilti tools or appliances are manufactured can be recycled. The materials must be correctly separated before they can be recycled. In many countries, Hilti has already made arrangements for taking back old tools and appliances for recycling. Ask Hilti customer service or your Hilti representative for further information. Should you wish to return the tool or appliance yourself to a disposal facility for recycling, dismantle the tool as far as is possible without the need for special tools. Separate the individual parts as follows: Part/assembly Recycling Main material Casing, Hilti toolbox Plastics recycling, scrap metal Plastic, steel Switch Plastics recycling Plastic Screws, small parts Scrap metal Steel, aluminium, magnets, copper Electronics Electronics scrap Various Batteries * Alkaline manganese Soft pouch Plastics recycling Woven synthetic material * Disposal of batteries together with household waste is not permissible. For EC countries only: Disposal of electric tools together with household waste is not permissible! In observance of European Directive 2002/96/EC on waste electrical and electronic equipment and its implementation in accordance with national law, electric tools that have reached the end of their life must be collected separately and returned to an environmentally compatible recycling facility. 8
Hilti warrants that the tool supplied is free of defects in material and workmanship. This warranty is valid as long as the tool is operated and handled correctly, cleaned and serviced properly and in accordance with the Hilti operating instructions, all warranty claims are made within 12 months (unless other mandatory national regulations prescribe a longer minimum period) from the date of sale (invoice date) and the technical system is maintained, i.e. only genuine Hilti consumables, accessories and spare parts are used with the product. This warranty provides the free-of-charge repair or replacement of defective parts only. Parts requiring repair or replacement as a result of normal wear and tear are not covered by this warranty. Additional claims are excluded, unless stringent national rules prohibit such exclusion. In particular, Hilti is not obligated for direct, indirect, incidental or consequential damages, losses or expenses in connection with, or by reason of, the use of, or inability to use the tool for any purpose. Implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose are specifically excluded. Send the tool and/or related parts immediately upon discovery of a defect to the local Hilti marketing organization for repair or replacement. This constitutes Hiltis entire obligation with regard to warranty and supersedes all prior or contemporaneous comments and oral or written agreements concerning warranties.
13. FCC statement (applicable in USA)
-CAUTIONThis equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and may radiate radio frequency energy. Accordingly, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, it may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by taking the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult your dealer or an experienced TV/radio technician for assistance. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Hilti could limit the users right to operate the equipment. Labels
Hilti =trademark of Hilti Corp., Schaan, LI Made in Germany 6V= 100mA max. Item.no. S.No. Manufact:
14. EC declaration of conformity
Description: Type designation: Serial number: Year of design: Point laser PMP 2004
In conformance with CE requirements We declare, on our sole responsibility, that this product complies with the following directives and standards: EN 61000-6-3 and EN 61000-6-2 in accordance with directive 89/336/EEC.
Matthias Gillner Head of Business Unit Measuring Systems 11 / 2004
Dr. Heinz-Joachim Schneider Executive Vice President Business Area Electric Tools & Accessories 11 / 2004
FL-9494 Schaan Tel.: +423 / 11 Fax: +423 / 65 www.hilti.com
Hilti = registered trademark of Hilti Corp., Schaan W 00-Pos. 1 Right of technical and programme changes reserved S. E. & O.
Printed in Liechtenstein 2005
286153 / C
Plumb bob, builders square and spirit level at the touch of a button
Hilti PMP 34 point laser: For fast plumbing, leveling, setting out right angles or transferring measurement points.
4 laser points at the touch of a button
Interior range of up to 30 meters. Features: two vertical measuring points, to plumb up and down, two measuring points at a 90 angle for horizontal alignments. Everythings automatic: self-leveling up to +/- 5 in a mere 3 seconds. A warning indicates that the tool is used outside of the self-leveling range. Simple and robust: a single button takes care of all applications. A compact and solid construction that fits any jobsite conditions. Uses: Mechanical installation: Transfer fastening points of pipes from floor to ceiling Interior finishing: precise leveling of raised floors Steel construction: vertical alignment of steel columns Drywall installation: setting out of drywall partitions at a perfect right angle
Ordering designation Item no.
2 Ye a r s
PMP 34 point laser kit 000000 PMP 34 point laser, soft pouch, PA 250 frame clamp, 2 target plates, PMA 71 wall mount, PMA 73 drywall adapter, PMA 74 magnetic bracket, 4 batteries, PMP 34 operating instructions, PMA operating instructions, producer certificate PMP 34 point laser PMP 34 point laser, soft pouch, 2 target plates, PMA 73 drywall adapter, 4 batteries, PMP 34 operating instructions, producer certificate
PMA 50 target plate (3) PMA 70 pipe adapter PMA 71 wall mount PMA 73 drywall adapter PMA 74 magnetic bracket PUA 10 telescopic brace PUA 60 laser visibility glasses PA 250 frame clamp PA 921 crank tripod
Range: Accuracy: Laser: Dust and water spray protection: Battery life Operating temperature range: Weight: 30 m (100ft)* 3mm at a distance of 10 m 18" at a distance of 30' 635 nm, class 2 (IEC 825-1), class II as per FDA 21 CFR standard IP 54 (without battery compartment) as per IEC 529 Alkaline approx. 40 h. ; NiMH approx. 25 h (two laser points) 10 C to 40 C 14F to 102 F 700 g (1.54 lbs)
* The maximum range/visibility of the laser depends on the reflective property of the target and the ambient light conditions.
Hilti Corporation FL-9494 Schaan Principality of Liechtenstein
Measure Open Cut Fasten Close
Hilti = registered trademark of Hilti Corp., Schaan W 00-e 1 Printed in Liechtenstein 2004
Right of technical and programme changes reserved
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