The top of the line individual rangefinder. The PLRF 25C can reach out confidently past 4km and uses a digital magnetic compass that allows you to not only range the distance between targets and yourself, but between different objects in the field.
After its introduction in 2001, thousands of the Vectronix Pocket Laser Range Finder (PLRF) have been fielded by armed forces around the world. The PLRF product line is most accepted by professionals who need to rely on quality, innovation and performance. To meet growing demands of the defense and security industries, Vectronix has continuously improved the range finders in the critical areas of size, weight, and power - the effort was well worth it, as the result shows.
The newest generation of the Vectronix Pocket Laser Range Finder offers snipers/spotters, marksmen and forward observers, the smallest, most powerful MILSPEC eye-safe Laser Range Finder available. Ranging measurements up to 4,000 m, as well as accurate angle measurements, are no problem for the lightweight, compact unit. Today, approx. 8,000 PLRF devices are in use with Armed Forces around the world.
Weighing 500 g and measuring only 131 x 88 x 56 mm, the PLRF25C is ready for combat operation in the most extreme conditions. The PLRF25C fits easily in any pocket and is water resistant up to 1 m deep for 30 minutes (optional 10 m) Power is provided by a commercial CR123 battery, sufficient capacity for more than 3,000 measurements.
More than just a rangefinder, the PLRF25C measures and displays the polar vector from the observers position to the target and calculates and shows the horizontal and vertical distance. In addition it instantly calculates and displays the distance between two remote objects (A - B). The PLRF25C was also designed to be maintenance-free in operation. Optional Bluetooth communication is available. The new PLRF25C is compatible with most of ballistic computers available, as well as with GPS receiver such as PLGR/DAGR. RS232 interface provides a seamless integration to common C4ISR systems.
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