Ranging telescope

Ranging telescope, a laser rangefinder that integrates rangefinder and telescopic system, enables it to integrate observation and measurement functions. It is a branch of a laser rangefinder or remote laser rangefinder.  

Unlike ordinary telescopes that just look, rangefinder telescopes use batteries to measure distances.  It is simple and convenient.  If you have any other function, just press your MORD button.  You can switch.  

1. How to use the ranging telescope  

Measure the direction Angle (or high and low Angle) and then according to the known target width (or height), according to the following formula can calculate the distance copy.  Distance = target width (or height) x 1000/ mi number.  

When measuring direction Angle, use direction division, and when measuring vertical Angle, use high and low hundred division.  Measurement, to flat telescope, with any direction partition (or high and low partition) at one end of the target, read to the other end of the target between the number of dense, that is, the direction of the target Angle (or high and low Angle).  

If the measured direction Angle between the two objects is greater than the total number of direction divisions of the telescope, an auxiliary point between two points can be selected for subsection measurement, and then add the dense number of each segment.  

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2. Main parameters of the ranging telescope  

(1) Measuring distance  

This is the main indicator of the telescope rangefinder, how far the telescope can measure, the telescope measurement distance is generally 400-2000 meters, this distance refers to the measurement position to the measurement target of the straight-line distance.  

(2) Measurement accuracy

Refers to the precision range of telescope rangefinder measurement, now on the market telescope rangefinder measurement accuracy is generally 1 meter, part of the high precision telescope rangefinder measurement accuracy can reach 0.2 meters, such as the left figure of Tuyad YP-1000H Pro measurement accuracy of 0.2 meters.  

(3) Height measurement  

Can measure the horizontal height, many rangefinders has this function, so this kind of rangefinder can also be called an altimeter.  

(4) Angle measurement  

Can measure the Angle, also many rangefinders have this function, so this kind of rangefinder can also be called a goniometer.  

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(5) Measure the absolute height of the target  

Different from the previous height measurement concept, it refers to the height of the target itself, which is the function of the high-end rangefinder.  

(6) Measure the horizontal distance  

The measurement distance mentioned above refers to the linear distance between the measurement position and the measurement target, while the horizontal distance refers to the horizontal distance between the measurement position and the measurement target.  These two distances are different.  That’s what high-end rangefinders do.  

The above is related to the distance telescope knowledge, hope to help you understand the distance telescope more.  


What is good magnification for a home telescope?

As the size of the telescope aperture gets bigger, the amount of light that can be collected and clearly viewed also increases, so dim and blurry objects become clear. Most users find a useful magnification is about 20x to 50x per inch of aperture.

What can you see with a 50mm telescope?

With a 50mm telescope, the Moon will look great and you will be able to see all the major craters and geological features. Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn will be visible as long as the orbits allow it. You might be able to see a bit of detail out of Mars, but the rest will mostly be shown in one single color.

Is a 700mm telescope good?

Yes indeed, a 60mm refractor with a 700mm focal length is most definitely ‘good enough! Chances are pretty good that the optical quality of your telescope lies somewhere within the good to the excellent range! Some of us (myself for one) started out with a telescope of a similar size.

How far can a telescoping zoom?

A telescope can magnify twice its aperture in millimeters or 50 times the aperture in inches.

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