BlueTooth enabled, Professional Grade, impact, water and dust resistant, lightweight, low-cost laser rangefinder with 3D compass
TruVector & TruTargeting: Automatically provides the best possible accuracy and acquisition distance to a given target and sports an integrated compass that allows you to measure azimuth and provides an extra onboard solution called missing line
FDA Class 1 laser measures horizontal distance, vertical distance, slope distance, azimuth, missing line, height and inclination measurements
2,000 m (6,560 ft) Max Range includes advanced target modes: Closest, Farthest, Continuous and Filter
Integrates with GPS and popular GIS software
Compact and lightweight, TruPulse rangefinders/hypsometers allow you to view through the lens so that you can pinpoint the laser directly along your line of sight. And because measurements are displayed through the viewfinder, you never have to take your eyes off the target. The TruPulse can measure distances up to 3,280’ (1,000m) without a reflective target.
Results are displayed in feet, yards, or meters. An integrated tilt sensor allows you to measure horizontal or vertical distance and calculate an object’s height instantly by using the built-in three-shot routine. The “Closest” operating mode distinguishes near and far objects and identifies the closest target, and the “Farthest” mode allows you to lock on the furthest target and shoot distant features through brush and foliage.
“Continuous” mode provides constant updates while locking on multiple targets. The TruPulse also features a “Brush Filter” mode. The TruPulse diopter is adjustable for comfortable viewing – even for eyeglass wearers. The housing is IP 54 rated for water- and dust-resistance, and features an RS 232 serial port to download data. In addition, the TruPulse 360° includes a built-in digital compass sensor which allows you to shoot from any angle.
TruVector™ technology provides the best possible compass accuracy regardless of the laser’s orientation. The instrument can be tilted or rolled – even used upside down – making the TruPulse 360° ideal for taking measurements in difficult areas. The TruPulse 360° also features a calibration warning and can be easily calibrated in the field.