Newcon Optik LRB 6000CI 7x50 Laser Rangefinder Binoculars

BH #NELRB6000CI • MFR #LRB 6000CI
Newcon Optik
Newcon Optik LRB 6000CI 7x50 Laser Rangefinder Binoculars
Key Features
  • Class 1 Eye-Safe Laser
  • Range: 10-6562 Yards
  • Measures Azimuth, Elevation & Speed
  • RS-232 Computer Interface
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With a range of 3.7 miles and the ability to measure azimuth, inclination, and speed, the LRB 6000CI 7x50 Rangefinder Binoculars from Newcon Optik offer a suite of tools for patrol, surveillance, and reconnaissance operations. Along with its rangefinding capabilities, the LRB 6000CI 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.
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Newcon Optik LRB 6000CI Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Optical Performance
  • 3Use and Handling
  • 4Construction Details

With a range of 3.7 miles and the ability to measure azimuth, inclination, and speed, the LRB 6000CI 7x50 Rangefinder Binoculars from Newcon Optik offer a suite of tools for patrol, surveillance, and reconnaissance operations. Along with its rangefinding capabilities, the LRB 6000CI 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: 6562 yards (6000m)
  • 7x magnification, 50mm objective
  • Angle 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

  • MIL-STD-810G water resistance
  • Rubber-armored housing
  • -25 to 50°F operating temperature
  • Measures: 8.3 x 5.9 x 3.1
  • Weight: 2.9 lb
UPC: 627973515197

Newcon Optik LRB 6000CI Specs

Magnification7x
Objective Lens Diameter50 mm
Angle of View

 

Field of View262.5' @ 1000 yd / 87.3 m @ 1000 m
Exit Pupil Diameter7.1 mm
Interpupillary Distance58 to 72 mm
Diopter Adjustment±4
Laser TypeClass 1, eye safe, 905 nm
Computer OutputsRS-232
Battery9V Lithium (non-magnetic)
Capacity: Minimum 5,000 measurements (Scanning regime)
Temperature RangeOperating: -13 to 122°F (-25 to 50°C)
Storage: -49 to 149°F (-45 to 65°C)
Tripod Socket1/4" x 20 TPI
Dimensions8.3 x 5.9 x 3.2" (21.0 x 15.0 x 8.0 mm)
WeightWithout Battery: 2.9 lb (1.30 kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight8 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)14.7 x 11.8 x 6.8"
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question

Do I need any admittance to take it outside US? Is it legal to export it to another country?
Asked by: Anonymous
From my understanding certain Laser Range Finders are restricted for export outside of the US. I would contact your airline company, as well as the manufacturer. It varies between different products.
Answered by: Alex S.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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How is the range adjusted to maximum range?
Asked by: Anonymous
The rangefinder is able to measure the distance from 10 to 4000 meters without any adjustments ( unless the Gating feature is ON). However, you may want to adjust the focus by rotating the eyepieces for the sharp image.
Answered by: Alex S.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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