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Laser Technology TruPulse 200 Laser Rangefinder

Laser Technology TruPulse 200 Laser Rangefinder

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The TruPulse 200 Rangefinder determines horizontal, vertical and slope distance from objects up to 2000 meters away.

Features

  • Provides 8 hours of continuous use on 2 AA batteries
  • Advanced target modes: Closest, Farthest, Continuous and Filter
  • 7x scope magnification
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The Laser Technology TruPulse 200 rangefinder offers +/- 30 cm (1 ft)  distance accuracy and +/- 0.25° inclination accuracy for typical targets.  With a maximum range of 1000 m (3280 ft) for non-reflective targets and 2000 m (6560 ft) if reflective, the TruPulse 200 maintains accuracy with target mode options of closest (choosing nearest target), farthest (choosing furthest target even through brush), continuous (constant updates on multiple targets) and filter (reducing sensitivity to foliage and brush). In addition, it provides 7x scope magnification and in-scope data display.

 

The integrated tilt sensor provides accurate calculations of horizontal distance, vertical distance, height and 2D missing line. Designed for all day use, this rangefinder can run for 8 hours on 2 AA batteries or 1 CRV3 battery and is small enough to fit in a jacket pocket (5 x 2 x 3.5 in), while the eyepiece is adjustable for comfort, even when wearing glasses or sunglasses.

What's Included:
  • (1) TruPulse 200 Rangefinder
  • (1) User Manual
  • (1) Lens Cloth
  • (1) Carrying case
  • (1) Lanyard
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