The principle of telescopic rangefinder and its key points of selection
Telescopic rangefinders usually use the pulse method to measure distance.The pulse method works as follows: the laser emitted by the rangefinder is reflected off the object to be measured, and is then received by the rangefinder, which simultaneously records the time of the laser round trip. Half the speed of light times the round trip time is the distance between the rangefinder and the object being measured.The accuracy of the pulse method used to measure the distance is usually about +/- 1 m.In addition, such rangefinders typically measure dead zones of about 15 meters.
Points of selection
1.The basic parameter of a telescopic rangefinder is to measure distance.First, you should choose a telescopic rangefinder that needs to measure distance.
2. Measurement accuracy. The nominal measurement accuracy of all manufacturers is +/- 1 meter, which is only theoretical data.The measurement accuracy depends on the target environment, telescope rangefinder lens, infrared laser emitter quality and data processor accuracy.