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The Micro Series Laser Rangefinders are likely the smallest Laser Rangefinders on the market today. They are easy-to-use distance measuring instruments designed primarily for hunting applications. The Micro Laser Rangefinder allows rapid, accurate determination of distance to an object in a matter of seconds using "Red-Dot" targeting technology for easy sighting and a brightness adjustable RED LED display for easy ranging in all light conditions. The Micro I (100 yard) and Micro II (400 yard) models are user programmable to read in meters, or yards, with or without Ballistics Compensation (VACTM), as well as angle of measurement. To save batteries, the instruments shut themselves off automatically when the instrument is not in use.
The Micro I with VACTM incorporates ballistics compensation for Archery; we call this "Vertical Angle Compensation".
The Micro II with VAC, also compensates for archery ballistics up to 100 yards and then automatically switches to firearm ballistics in excess of 100 yards. It's as simple as it gets!
Size: 3.25" x 2.50" x 1.40" (8.26 cm x 6.35 cm x 3.56 cm)
Weight: 3.5 ounce (99.2 gram) (less battery)
Micro™ I = 4-100 yards (91.5 meters)
(Up to 600 yards for highly reflective targets)
Micro™ II = 4-400 yards (366 meters)
(Up to 800 yards for highly reflective targets)
Range Accuracy: +/- 1 yard/meter
(+/- 2 yards/meters for very dark or very bright targets)
Range Resolution: 0.5 yard/meter
Readout: Easy to see, adjustable, internal red LED display
Units of Measure: User selectable in either yards, or meters with or without VAC™
Viewfinder: Monocular viewing port with red LED aiming sight, +/- 0.1 degrees
Battery: Single CR-2 Lithium Battery. Operates for approximately 1000
Ballistics Comp: Micro I up to 100 yards Archery
Micro II up to 100 yards Archery & up to 400 yards Firearms
Operational Temp: -18° to 40°C, 0°-104°F
Relative Humidity: 5-95% non-condensing
Laser Type: Infrared Class 1, eye safe 905nm Laser
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