Laser level projects 360° horizontal line. There is no need to rotate the instrument when making horizontal marking. Horizontal beam will be along the perimeter. There are four laser crosses when switching on vertical lines. It is possible to switch o? laser lines one-by-one. Just select the line that you need for a work. Laser plumb down helps to detect the dot on the ?oor.
|Measuring range, m||6 ... 400|
|Measuring speed, km/h||0 ... 300|
|Accuracy of distance measurement, m||±1|
|Accuracy of speed measurement, km/h||±5|
|Laser wavelength, nm||905|
|Angular field of view, degrees||7°|
|Operating temperature, °C||-20 ... +50|
|Battery||CR 2 / 3 V|
|Dimensions, mm||104×72×41 мм|
ADA SHOOTER 400 laser distance meter belongs to a family of monocular laser rangefinders. It is a high-precision instrument for observation and measuring distances to objects located at a distance of 6 to 400 meters. In addition, it can calculate the speed of a moving object if its speed does not exceed 300 kmh.
ADA SHOOTER 400 laser rangefinder is a very lightweight and compact device. All measurement data are displayed in the eyepiece; there is a reticle displayed as a small square, a telescopic sight type crosshair used to facilitate the aiming; there is also an availability indicator, measuring mode indicator and the digital indicator for displaying results. The rangefinder control is performed with only two buttons. The first one is used for switching the device on and off, and for taking measurements. The second button is used to switch between measurement modes: speed or distance. Speed can be measured in km/h or m/s, and the distance — in yards or meters. A special indicator integrated into the sight notifies about the need to replace a low battery. To save battery, an auto-power-off function is activated if no buttons have been pressed within 20 seconds.
This rangefinder is primarily used at the hunting field. Knowing the exact distance to the target, one can calculate the corrections and adjustments and evaluate the opportunity to shoot. Using the IR laser conceals the hunter’s actions as there is no laser pointing. However, it can be used in long-distance measurements carried out for other purposes — for example, for a land survey.