High-performance 600 Yards laser rangefinder for construction/ golf/ hunting on sales which has multi-functions of measuring distance, speed, angle, height and golf flag-lock, ideal for the construction site, golf sports and hunting.
LCD liquid crystal display design
- Sign of distance measuring mode
- Measurement value (display in the modes of distance measuring and speed measuring)
- Distance measurement unit (m)
- Distance measurement unit (m)
- Sign of laser emission aimed at the target
- Angle measurement unit (degree)
- The measurement value of height/angle
- Minus sign (When measuring angles, "-" indicates the pitch angle, while measuring heights, it indicates the level below the measured level)
- Speed measurement unit (km/h)
- Battery sign
- Height measuring mode
- Angle measuring mode
- Golf flagpole mode
Two-button operation design
- Easy to learn
- There are only two function buttons on the body, which is easy to operate.
Rangefinder 6 Measuring Modes
Laser rangefinders are widely used in topographical surveys, battlefield surveys, tanks, aircraft, ships and artillery to measure the distance of targets, and to measure the height of clouds, aircraft, missiles and artificial satellites. LRF is an important technical equipment to improve the accuracy of high tanks, aircraft, ships and artillery. Due to the continuous reduction in the price of laser range finders, laser range finders have gradually begun to be used in industry, which can be widely used in industrial measurement and control, mines, ports and other fields.
Q1: How does a laser rangefinder work?
A1: The Laser Rangefinder uses a laser beam aimed at the target to determine its distance. A laser is beamed to the target, like the pin, and reflects back to the rangefinder. The time in which it took the laser to reflect back to the device is used to calculate the distance.
Q2: What is a laser rangefinder?
A2: LRF or a Laser Range Finder is a device used to measure distances. Most laser rangefinders operate on the time of flight principle by sending a laser pulse in a narrow beam towards the object and measuring the time taken by the pulse to be reflected off the target and returned to the sender.
Q3: What is the range of a laser rangefinder?
A3: Laser rangefinders let you take measurements both indoors and outdoors with 1 mm per kilometre accuracy. Professional construction laser rangefinders can measure distance of up to approximately 150 metres. Long-range rangefinders can measure distance of up to 1500 metres.
Tips: How does a laser rangefinder work?
A laser rangefinder is an instrument that uses a certain parameter of the modulated laser to accurately measure the distance to the target. The principle of ranging can basically be attributed to measuring the time required for the light to travel to and from the target, and then calculate the distance D through the light and the atmospheric refraction coefficient n. Since it is difficult to measure time directly, it is usually to measure the phase of the continuous wave, which is called a phase-measuring rangefinder. Of course, there are also pulsed rangefinders. Usually, precise ranging requires the cooperation of a total reflection prism, and the rangefinder used for house measurement is directly measured by the reflection of a smooth wall, mainly because the distance is relatively close, and the signal strength of the reflected light is large enough. It can be known from this that it must be vertical, otherwise the return signal is too weak and the precise distance cannot be obtained.
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