The days of tape measures, measuring wheels and height sticks are gone. No more slogging through streams or dashing across roads. And needing to physically occupy a location to log it? A bad memory. As is reworking your field data after discovering you compass was miscalibrated. All thanks to one revolutionary laser measurement device, the TruPulse 360.
By embedding our TruVector compass technology into this slick little unit, the TruPulse 360 is transformed into an integrated compass, distance and height laser that delivers mapping-grade accuracy without inclination limitations. This means you control how you shoot, which includes acquiring multiple targets from a single location, without ever having to worry about compromising your data.
No other unit compares in terms of versatility and data integrity, because TruVector compass technology is the first integrated compass/laser that is not affected by inclination. Tilt it 89 degrees, turn it on its side, even hold it upside down, and the TruPulse 360 will give you accurate azimuth in any direction it's aimed. It even has built-in monitoring systems that will alert you if you need to recalibrate the unit. As if all that wasn't enough, the TruPulse 360 is small enough to fit in your vest pocket, yet powerful enough to deliver porfessional, mapping-grade accuracy in a hand-held, point-and-shoot unit. For convenience in the field, it runs on standard AA batteries and offers wireless data exchange via optional Bluetooth technology. And with zero set up time, you can simply find a safe, convenient POV and start collecting field data.
- Distance (Horizontal, Vertical, Slope)
- Inclination (Degrees and Percent Slope)
- Height (Flexible three-shot routine)
- Azimuth (Compass bearing for single-shot positioning)
- Missing Line (Distance, Inclination and Azimuth between any two remote points)
- Distance: 0 to 3,280 ft (1,000 m); typical, 6,560 ft (2,000 m); max to reflective target
- Inclination: ±90 degrees
- Azimuth: 0 to 359.9 degrees
- Distance: ±1 ft (±30 cm); typical± yd (±1 m); max
- Inclination: ±0.25 degrees
- Azimuth: ±1 degree; typical
Standard, Closest, Farthest, Continuous, and Filter (requires reflector and foliage filter)
Automatically provides best possible accuracy and acquisition distance to a given target
TruVector Compass Technology™:
Provides the best possible compass accuracy regardless of the laser’s inclination. It even warns you when the compass needs calibrating.