Newcon Optik LRB 4000CI 7x50 Laser Rangefinder Binoculars

Newcon Optik LRB 4000CI 7x50 Laser Rangefinder Binoculars

Newcon Optik LRB 4000CI 7x50 Laser Rangefinder Binoculars

B&H # NELRB4000CI MFR # LRB 4000CI
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Product Highlights

  • Class 1 Eye-Safe Laser
  • Range: 10-4374 Yards
  • Measures Azimuth, Elevation & Speed
  • RS-232 Computer Interface
  • Displays in Yards & Meters
  • 7x50 Binoculars
  • Digital Compass
  • Simple Two-Button Operation
  • Rubber-Armored Housing
  • IP66 Water-Resistant
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Maximum Range Distance: 4374 yd (4000m)

3281 yd (3000m)

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4374 yd (4000m) 6562 yd (6000m)

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Newcon Optik LRB 4000CI overview

  • 1Description

With a range of 2.5 miles and the ability to measure azimuth, inclination, and speed, the LRB 4000CI 7x50 Rangefinder Binoculars from Newcon Optik offer a suite of tools for patrol, surveillance, and reconnaissance operations. Along with its rangefinding capabilities, the LRB 4000CI is a bright pair of binoculars with 50mm objective lenses and 7X magnification that provide detail at distance without the hand shake often experienced with higher-powered optics.

The unit comes with a built-in digital compass for azimuth measurements, and features first/last targeting priorities, scan mode, last 10 targets recall, a target quality indicator, and selectable reticles to suit conditions. Its RS-232 port permits immediate data acquisition by computers or external GPS receivers. The long 18mm eye relief allows for comfortable use with or without eyewear, and the generous 7.1mm exit pupil combines with the large objectives for a bright image. Built to withstand the elements, these binoculars boast a highly water-resistant housing, rubber-armored housing, and a simple, two-button operation. They run on a 9V battery that will last for 5000 measurements, and are equipped with a low-battery indicator to avoid surprises in the field.



Optical Performance
  • Measurement range: 4374 yards (4000m)
  • 7x magnification, 50mm objective
  • Field of view: 5°
  • Apparent angle of view: 35°
  • 18mm eye relief, ±4 diopter adjustment range
  • 905nm class 1 eye-safe laser
Use and Handling
  • Digital compass
  • Selectable reticle patterns
  • Measurement displayed in yards/meters
  • RS-232 computer port
  • Low-battery indicator
  • Single 9V battery operation
  • Battery good for 5000 measurements
Construction Details
  • IP66 water resistance
  • Rubber-armored housing
  • -13 to 122°Foperating temperature
  • Measures: 8.3 x 5.9 x 3.1
  • Weight: 2.9 lb
UPC: 627973515166
In the Box
Newcon Optik LRB 4000CI 7x50 Laser Rangefinder Binoculars
  • Soft Carrying Case
  • Hard Carrying Case
  • RS-232 Cable
  • 9.0V Battery
  • Set of Lens Covers
  • Lens Cleaning Kit
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    • 1Description

    Newcon Optik LRB 4000CI specs

    Prism Type Porro
    Magnification 7x
    Objective Lens Diameter 50 mm
    Angle of View
    Field of View 263' (87 m at 1000 m)
    Laser Type Eye-safe class 1
    Maximum Range 4374 yd (4000 m)
    Exit Pupil Diameter 7.1 mm
    Eye Relief 18 mm
    Diopter Correction ±4
    Focus Type Individual
    Weatherproofing IP66-rated water resistant
    Tripod Socket Yes
    Power Source One 9 V battery
    Dimensions 8.3 x 5.9 x 3.1" (21.0 x 15.0 x 8.0 cm)
    Weight 2.9 lb (1300 g)
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    Package Weight 9.5 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 13.6 x 12.0 x 6.0"

    Newcon Optik LRB 4000CI reviews

    LRB 4000CI 7x50 Laser Rangefinder Binoculars is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 3.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works as described, a good value! Granted.. this unit isn't as good as the Leica Laser Locater Plus.. but then it costs a quarter of that unit. The optics in this are fantastic, the build is super sturdy and the battery life is nothing short of amazing (two weeks on very heavy use). The display can be hard to read at times (when it's dark out) but that's the only complaint I have. We own three of these, plus the lower model (1500) and they're all well built... if you're in the market for a professional class range-finder... this is your unit.
    Date published: 2008-07-24
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Beware! This product doesn't work. Here's the test I commissioned. Objective: Testing the NEWCON LRB CI, Laser Range Finder Binocular. Preparation: I used the newest NEWCON (supplied by you), an older Leica Vector IV, and a newer Swarovski 8x30 monocular. Tests were accomplished in actual field conditions. First Test: This test was on a herd of cows at 850 yards. The NEWCON was found to only measure a brown cow, and not a black cow on repeated attempts. It did measure the water trough they were around. Result: Brown color = yes. Black color = no. High Reflective = yes. The Swarovski and the Vector IV measured all with ease on the first try. Longer ranges: The NEWCON did give one reading to 1950 yards, which was the farthest we saw. This was on a rock face and at dawn (no bright sunlight). The Swarovski did 1800 yards in the same condition. The Vector... is no comparison, as it gave solid readings first time, day, night or overcast out to 4500 yards minimum. So it became obvious this test was between the $850.00 Swarovski and the $3800 NEWCON. The Leica Vector was put away. Small targets at long range: We have one rifle range that has 12x12 steel white targets out to 1600 yards. The NEWCON, after repeated tries in bright sun would be reliable to 1100 yards. The Swarovski would be reliable to 1550 yards in the same conditions. (The Vector was used to verify all readings). Other findings of the NEWCON: Claims: It's Owners Manual states: Measuring capability of 4000 meters on most objects and 9500 meters on highly reflective objects. I could not get over 1000 meters with this particular unit. Battery life, what I found: One new, 9 Volt Duracell was installed. It would not initiate the screen. So the supplied rechargeable Ni-Cads were installed. One lasted 10 minutes, the second lasted 12 minutes before the unit went dead. Main Screen: You must constantly toggle back and forth to a required setting. Example: There are 3 modes with 17 codes. If you are in range finding YARDS mode, and you want to go to inclination you must remember that particular mode/code, and enter it. Then, to go back to measurement YARDS you must scroll thru the modes, then find the correct code. It also takes a full 8 seconds (per the manual, more like 15 sec.) to recharge the capacitor on the laser before the next try at reading distance. Recommendation: If all that is required is a measuring device to 1500 yards, the $850.00 Swarovski is recommended. There are plenty and cheaper ways to instantly check compass azimuth and inclination, a wrist watch for example. The Vector IV still remains the unit in which to be judged by. The main judgment factor is it's overwhelming price at this time. In my opinion the NEWCON is not up to the task to take on the Swarovski on either optic clarity or range finding ability. It's price does include a nice hardened case, computer interface cable and disc though. Dave CheyTac, LLC Expertise: Professional Outfitter and Shooting Instructor Previous Equivalent Item Owned: Leupold R4, Wind River 800, Bushnell 1000
    Date published: 2007-07-20
    Date published: 2013-10-29
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