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LRM 3500M

androidcompatible AndroidTM Compatible

The LRM 3500M is the world’s most advanced miniaturized laser rangefinder monocular. Weighing just 460 grams, the LRM 3500M is capable of measuring distance to NATO-standard targets out to 3.5 kilometers, but what truly sets this device a part from the rest is its in-built GPS receiver allowing for user and target coordinate measurement, digital magnetic compass, inclinometer, bright LED display and fully ruggedized design. The LRM 3500M is the ideal tool for professionals who depend on the accuracy and ruggedness of their equipment to get the job done.

3,500 metre range
Distance, Azimuth and Elevation measurements
Measurements between two objects
Rugged and compact design
Android Compatible

Optics

Magnification (x)

6.5

Objective lens diameter (mm)

30

Field of view (°)

7

Eye relief (mm)

20

Diopter adjustment range

±5

Rangefinder

Eye safety

Class 1, eye-safe

Wavelength (nm)

1550

Measuring distance range (m)*

10 – 3,500

Distance measurement accuracy (m)

±1

Azimuth measurement accuracy (°/mils)

±1 / 17.5

Inclination measurement accuracy (°/mils)

±0.5 / 8.8

Speed detection

Yes

First/last target logic

Yes

Scan mode

Yes

Last 10 readings recall

Yes

Distance between objects

Yes

Horizontal distance between objects

Yes

Azimuth difference between objects

Yes

Inclination difference between two objects

Yes

Height difference between objects

Yes

User GPS coordinates

Yes

Target GPS coordinates

Yes

GPS coordinates format

Dec Degs Micro

Mechanics, Electronics & Environmental

Display type

Customized Matrix Red OLED

Computer output, type

USB, Bluetooth (optional)

Dimensions with no sleeve (mm)

118x107x54

Weight without batteries (g)

460

Power supply

2x CR123 LIthium

Battery life (# of measurements)

5,000

Tripod mountable

Yes

3-axis digital compass

Yes

Operating temperature range (°C)

-35 to +55

Storage temperature range (°C)

-40 to +65

Waterproofing

MIL-STD-810G

*2.3×2.3m NATO standard target