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Laser Technology TruPulse 360 Laser Rangefinder

Laser Technology TruPulse 360 Laser Rangefinder

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The TruPulse 360 rangefinder contains a built-in compass to measure azimuth in addition to inclination, height and distance measurements.

Features

  • Capable of GPS integration for efficient GIS mapping
  • LTI 360°TruVector Compass Technology
  • Accuracy rating of +/- 30 cm (1 ft)
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The Laser Technology TruPulse 360 rangefinder incorporates LTI TruVector Compass Technology for accurate azimuth measurements. This rangefinder can be held at any angle to measure distance, height, inclination and azimuth with accurate results, making it ideal for difficult applications. The adjustable eyepiece and 7x scope magnification combine with the in-scope data display to make taking measurements a breeze.

The TruPulse 360 has an inclination accuracy of +/- 0.25°and a distance accuracy of +/- 30 cm (1 ft ) for typical targets (within 3 feet at maximum range). The range of the TruPulse 360 rangefinder is 1000 m (3280 ft) for an average target, or doubled for a reflective target (2000 m (6560 ft)). Capable of determining between closest target and  furthest target as well as offering continuous targeting and a foliage filter, the TruPulse 360 provides full measurement capability and 3D missing line calculations between remote points.

What's Included:
  • (1) TruPulse 360 Rangefinder
  • (1) User Manual
  • (1) Lens Cloth
  • (1) Carrying case
  • (1) Lanyard
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Can I mount this rangefinder to my tripod?
Yes, any TruPulse rangefinder can be mounted to a tripod or monopod for stability in measurements.
How often do I need to calibrate the internal compass?
The LTI TruVector Compass Technology is capable of recognizing conditions that will affect the reliability of the compass. It will prompt you to recalibrate when necessary. Calibration is quick and easy and can be completed in under a minute.
Why am I getting errors in my azimuth values?
The internal compass in the TruPulse 360 rangefinder is susceptible to magnetic interference and should be kept away from magnetic materials and fields.
How do I figure out the declination value to adjust the compass?
Your magnetic declination is location specific and can be computed through NOAA’s National Geophysical Data Center: http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/geomag-web/#declination. The data from this website is in degrees and minutes and will need to be converted into decimal degrees to be entered into the rangefinder.

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