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Laser Technology TruPulse 360R Laser Rangefinder

Laser Technology TruPulse 360R Laser Rangefinder

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With a rugged, waterproof enclosure, the TruPulse 360R rangefinder can measure distances, height and azimuth in harsh conditions.

Features

  • Determines 3D missing line between two remote points
  • Features GPS integration for GIS data
  • Horizontal design
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A maximum range of 1000m (3280 ft) for non-reflective targets or 2000m (6560 ft) for reflective surfaces allows the Laser Technology TruPulse 360R rangefinder to determine horizontal and vertical distance, height, inclination, azimuth and 3D missing lines at any range. Accurate to +/- 30cm (1 ft) for typical targets, the TruPulse 360R has four modes to determine specific targets: closest, furthest, continuous (multiple targets) and a foliage filter to reduce the rangefinder’s sensitivity to brush and other interferences. This rangefinder offers 7x scope magnification and in-scope measurement displays for line-of-sight measurements, and a built-in compass for accurate azimuth readings.

With a waterproof, dust resistant IP56 rating, the TruPulse 360 R rangefinder is ideal for GIS mapping, emergency response, site inspections, watershed analysis and environmental surveys. Bluetooth integration and a RS-232 serial port come standard for data transfer to a field computer. The TruPulse 360R can be mounted to tripod for stability when calculating 3D missing line, or handheld at any angle for difficult measurements.

What's Included:
  • (1) TruPulse 360R Rangefinder
  • (1) User Manual
  • (1) Lens Cloth
  • (1) Carrying case
  • (1) Lanyard
  • (1) CR123A Battery
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