Laser Technology TruPulse 360 R Laser Rangefinder
- Measures distances, height, missing line and azimuth.
- Fits inside a vest pocket and is very economical.
- Displays all measurements and menus right in the scope.
- Integrates with GPS and popular GIS software.
- Rugged and waterproof.
Its almost an insult to even call these powerful measurement tools a "Laser Rangefinder" because their capabilities go far beyond just measuring a range. You can instantly measure slope distance, inclination and azimuth and calculate horizontal and vertical distance - all with a single push of a button.
The TruPulse 360 Series has an integrated compass that allows you to measure azimuth which enhances the Missing Line routine. This is a simple 2-shot routine that instantly calculates the distance, inclination and azimuth direction value between any two remote points.
Using Laser Technology's exclusive TruVector Compass Technology built in the TruPulse 360 Series, you can now obtain the best possible azimuth accuracy regardless of what pitch or angle you shoot from. No other compass laser range finder can do that.
The 360 R laser rangefinder offers all of the same functionality as the 360 B, but with the added benefit of being rugged and waterproof. Now professionals have the opportunity to work out in the field knowing their equipment is protected for harsher weather conditions.
All TruPulse laser rangefinders have onboard solutions that will calculate a height or clearance value of any target, under the most challenging conditions and also have builtin Targeting Modes for Closest, Farthest, Continuous and Filter/Reflector.
Use the 3-shot Height routine for upright targets like phone poles or buildings, even when the top or base may be obscured. The Vertical Distance and Missing Line modes are perfect for leaning objects such as most trees you encounter; and for clearance values of a wire or bridge over a roadway.
For downloading data into any compatible device, you can use the standard RS232 serial port or Bluetooth wireless communication that is in most models. Each shot taken automatically downloads a full data string that comprises of horizontal, slope and vertical distance, the degree of inclination, and azimuth values.
These measurements can be used to remotely position a target when integrating with GPS or add a height value as an attribute in GIS. For more stability, use the1/4-20 thread for mounting the TruPulse laser rangefinder on a staff or monopod.
Having superior optics and in-scope data display, you'll always be confident you are capturing the right measurement to the correct target. If your measurement were ever in question, you can toggle on the Closest or Farthest Mode to ensure the laser sensor is ignoring unwanted obstructions that are either in front or behind your desired target.