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DDoptics laser rangefinder for RF 800 Pro rifle scopes
The new laser rangefinder by DDoptics was specially developed for mounting on rifle scopes in order to be able to quickly measure the distance to the target with a hand-held device without the need for time-consuming measurements. Using a ring adapter with a Picatinny/Weaver rail (not included), the rangefinder can be quickly and easily mounted on any scope with a 30 mm center tube diameter. The angle of attack can be quickly adjusted to the respective telescopic sight using the integrated knurled screw. The RF 800 Pro has 5 different operating modes, in addition to the constant measurement of distance and inclination angle, the measurement of radians (for archers or on slopes) or measurement through fog is also possible. The distance meter can also be used to measure the speed of moving objects (up to 300 km/h).
Range up to 800 m
The RF 800 Pro laser rangefinder has a measuring range of 5 m to 800 m (depending on the weather). The RF 800 Pro can be remotely controlled using a cable (switching ON/OFF and individual measurements). The operating modes and the measurement data are displayed on an eye-friendly OLED display with a black background. The housing has been designed to be very compact with a length of 83 mm and a width of 39 mm, which is also reflected in the low weight of only 224 g (with battery). The robust aluminum housing is also protected against dust and water (IP44). The device is powered by a standard CR2 battery.
Information on electrical and electronic equipment
The following information is aimed at private households that use electrical and/or electronic devices. Please observe these important instructions in the interests of environmentally friendly disposal of old devices and your own safety.
1. Information on the disposal of electrical and electronic equipment and the meaning of the symbol in Annex 3 to the ElektroG:
Owners of old devices must collect them separately from unsorted municipal waste. Waste electrical and electronic equipment must therefore not be disposed of as unsorted municipal waste and, in particular, does not belong in household waste. Rather, these old devices should be collected separately and disposed of via the local collection and return systems.
Owners of old devices must also separate old batteries and accumulators that are not enclosed by the old device from it before handing them in at a collection point. Text copyright © 2015, IT-Recht-Kanzlei, Alter Messeplatz 2, 80339 Munich
Our WEEE registration number is: WEEE-Reg.-Nr. UK 34435003
|Type of optics:||Rifle scope|
|Range identification animal:||5 to 800 m|
|Distances:||for short to medium distances|
|Weight in grams:||224|
|Dimensions h / w / d in mm:||92,5x43x65|