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You call that a laser rangefinder, HAH!

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Topic: You call that a laser rangefinder, HAH!
Posted By: DPI
Subject: You call that a laser rangefinder, HAH!
Date Posted: May/30/2020 at 05:11
Now this is a MAN's laser rangefinder.

Not all those dinky, little girly ones you all go on about.





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Posted By: supertool73
Date Posted: June/01/2020 at 13:53
Haha, good luck carrying that on a 5 mile hike while hunting.  Big Smile


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Posted By: DPI
Date Posted: June/01/2020 at 13:57
Its got a 15000 mtr range. Don't have to carry it anywhere. Get high enough and target the world, well anywhere inside 15klicks.




Posted By: BeltFed
Date Posted: June/01/2020 at 18:19
Does it designate?

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Posted By: DPI
Date Posted: June/02/2020 at 00:44
I am not sure. Total lack of any documents and I cannot find anything on the internet about them.




Posted By: DPI
Date Posted: June/13/2020 at 06:02
Well a quick update. I have at last had the time to pay more attention to this.
working on the power control unit.
The accumulator receives power and the on/off switch works correctly.

Powered it up from a car emergency starter powerbank. The power light lights up and shows its receiving power when the accumulator switch is turned on.

This works on 12v its fused to 6.3 amps. I wish I had some manuals on this to know what is supposed to be on each of the plug sockets pins.

There are three sockets, not including the 12v supply input.

One marked Kontrola WN,
One marked WN
The other is unmarked, I think this is the main feed for the rangefinder.

There are three switches
1. Zasilanie (Power)
2. Goniomtr  (powers up the angular position sensors)
3. Licznik Odleglosci (Powers up the ranging sensors)

The powerbank is not enough to power this up fully, so I am going to get an NP5-12 battery charged up to go to the next step



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