Those who need a solid commercial-grade laser level have many choices. There are a lot of small units, but those won’t work when it comes to large projects where you need a laser line for more than 30 feet. That’s when you start considering something like a Huepar Self-Leveling Laser Level.
However, this manufacturer has several models from which to choose, so you have to consider which model will best serve your needs. Here is a comparison between the two.
Huepar 901CG Self-Leveling Laser Level
This laser self-leveler weighs 1.94 pounds and is, roughly, 6.7 inches tall by 6 inches wide and 3.3 inches deep. It is battery powered and requires four AA batteries. It has two lines with one that will go a complete 360-degrees. The measuring accuracy has a 1/9 inch margin at 33 feet. It can perform as far as 130 feet with a 150-foot viewing area.
The Huepar 902 CG Self-Leveling Laser Level has an ultra-bright 360-degree horizontal line and one 130-degree vertical line. The horizontal line will project around the room so work can be done in different areas at the same time.
The green laser is at least twice the brightness of red lasers. It has a one-button operation for a multifunctional mode, so you can project lines together or independently. You can use it in manual mode as well as automatic self-leveling.
This laser unit has a pulse mode so it can be used in bright areas or at greater distances. It is waterproof, dustproof and shock-resistant. It can withstand impacts and can be used in both hot and cold temperatures.
More features of the Huepar 901CG
- 12-month limited warranty with option to extend it to 24 months with product registration.
Huepar 902CG Self-Leveling 360-degree Cross Line Laser Level
The Huepar 902 CG Self-Leveling Cross Line Laser Level weighs 2.03 pounds. Its size is roughly 5.9 inches tall, 6.7 inches wide and 2.9 inches deep. It is battery operated and requires four AA batteries. It can operate up to 130 feet with a 150-foot viewing area. Measuring accuracy is within 1/9 of an inch within 33 feet. It has a self-leveling and a manual mode.
This machine has both a 360-degree vertical line and a 360-degree horizontal line. Both are ultra-bright green beans and can provide working leveling coverage all-around a room that allows work to be done in any part of the room at the same time.
The green laser is twice as bright as red lasers and it has a multifunctional mode that allows the user to project lines together or independently. To go to manual mode, the user just needs to hold the top button for two seconds.
This laser leveler has a pulse mode for working at greater distances or in brighter environments. It is waterproof, dustproof, shockproof, resistant to impacts and wear. It can also withstand both hot and cold temperatures.
More features of the Huepar 902CG
- Comes with a 12-month limited warranty with option for extension up to 24 months with product registration.
The differences between these two models are subtle but distinct. The primary difference is in the two laser lines. The 901CG has a horizontal line that will project 360-degrees and a verticle line that will project 130 degrees. The 902CG has two lines, one horizontal and one vertical, with both able to project 360 degrees.
This one distinction would enable a crew to work more around different areas of a space using the 902CG than with the 901CG.
Another distinct difference is in the multifunction mode. Both have a smart pendulum system, but the 901CG, the laser tool works automatically while the pendulum is unlocked. The user has to lock it to switch to manual mode. With the 902CG, the pendulum locks when the level is switched off. To go into manual mode, the user holds down the top button for two seconds. The self-leveling time on the 902CG is three seconds while the time on the 901CG isn’t listed.
The physical characteristics of the two machines are slightly different. The 902CG is a little heavier than the 901CG but is also slightly smaller. The other physical difference is the 902CG has a slide switch where the other does not.