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Beyond its use as a 6.5x30 monocular, Newcon Optik's 6.5x30 LRM Laser Rangefinder is as powerful as it is compact being packed with an impressive amount of technology in its small housing. It is outfitted with a Class 1 eye-safe IR laser with 1550nm peak wavelength that puts it beyond the capacity of most NVDs to see, so users can perform their duties without giving their position away. Next, a built-in inclinometer determines the relative angle from the user to the target and displays it in degrees or milliradians. Finally, the LRM has an integrated GPS receiver and digital magnetic compass to obtain the user's location and direction.
These technologies work together to provide users with an array of information that is shown on the in-view OLED display. Besides showing the range in meters and the angle, the LRM can measure the speed of a target; determine the distance, horizontal/azimuth/inclination difference, and height difference between objects. Using the GPS receiver and the rangefinder, the LRM can also determine the target's GPS coordinates. The LRM is also outfitted with an RS-232 port to enable connectivity to smartphones and tablets running Android operating systems allowing for real-time target mapping and geospatial data communication.
The electronics are protected by a removable silicone sleeve that covers the entire impact-resistant housing. Newcon Optik also sealed the housing to be MIL-STD-810G compliant for water and fogproof performance, that when coupled with its wide -31 to 131°F (-35 to 55°C) operating temperature range, will allow it to function in weather most people would probably not want to be out in.
Roof prism optical path
Anti-reflection multi-coated optics
367' field of view at 1000 yd
Class 1 eye-safe IR laser
Peak wavelength: 1550nm
Measures in meters/metric only
Metering range: 10-3500 meters
Measurement accuracy to a standard 2.3x2.3 meter NATO target
Distance: ±1 meter
Azimuth: ±1°, 17.5 mrad
Inclination: ±0.5°, 8.8 mrad
Runs on two CR123 lithium batteries
Spot and scan modes
Last 10 readings recall
Azimuth difference between objects
Horizontal distance between objects
Inclination difference between two objects
Height difference between objects
Integrated GPS receiver
User GPS coordinates
Target GPS coordinates
Use and Handling
Easy two-button operation
In-view OLED display
RS-232 port to send info to peripheral devices including Android smartphones and tablets
Ergonomic pushbutton placement
±5 dioptric correction
Long 20mm eye relief
Comfortable 4.6mm exit pupil
Impact-resistant plastic housing
Removable silicone sleeve protects from impacts and provides a slip-resistant grip
MIL-STD-810G compliant to be water and fogproof
Wide -31 to 131°F (-35 to 55°C) operating temperature range