Laser Optics Laser Rangefinders

Laser Rangefinders

The laser rangefinder has the capability to measure a target distance and send the information to a computer host. 

  • Eye Safe
  • Long Action Distance (3Km ~ 18Km)
  • Lightweight (90g ~ 450g)
  • Low Power Consumption 
  • Long Service Life


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Part NumberFor target size (m x m)Visibiity (Km)Max WD (Km)Min WD (m)Clear Aperture (mm)Dimension (mm)Weight (g)
GTX3.02.3 x 2.3> 83202541 x 30 x 6990
GTX4.02.3 x 2.3> 84202541 x 30 x 6990
GTX6.02.3 x 2.3> 106202550 x 38 x 75100
GTX8.02.3 x 2.3> 158204064 x 42 x 80135
GTX10.02.3 x 2.3> 1510504793 x 70 x 50220
GTX12.02.3 x 2.3> 18125050115 x 60 x 62340
GTX15.03.0 x 3.0> 20155050125 x 85 x 58.5420
GTX18.03.0 x 3.0> 26185060125 x 100 x 70450

A laser rangefinder is a device that uses a laser beam to measure the distance to a target. Laser rangefinders are often preferred over other types of rangefinders because they provide more accurate measurements and can be used in a wide range of conditions, including low light and adverse weather conditions. They are also relatively small and portable, making them easy to carry and use in the field. Laser rangefinders are commonly used in security, industrial, and civilian applications where accurate distance measurements are critical.

A laser rangefinder typically consists of a laser emitter, a receiver, and a microprocessor. The laser emitter sends out a pulse of laser light, which hits the target and bounces back towards the receiver, which detects the returning light. The time it takes or phase shift for the pulse to travel to the target and back is measured by the microprocessor, which then calculates the distance to the target using the speed of light in the time-of-flight method or using the speed of light, phase change, and modulation frequency in the phase shift method.

Laser Rangefinder Diagram

Wavelength(μm): 1.54 ± 0.02
Accuracy (%): ≥98
Continuous Ranging Frequency (Hz): 0.5 – 5
Working Ambient Temperature: -40°C ~ +55°C
Storage Ambient Temperature: -55°C ~ +70°C
Communication Interface: TTL, RS232 115200bps
Power Supply (VDC): 5, 12

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