Vectronix Unveils Its New Pocket Laser Range Finder: PLRF25C

 

PLRF25C Front View

Beginning with its introduction in 2001, thousands of the Vectronix Pocket Laser Range Finder (PLRF) have been fielded by armed forces around the world. To meet growing demands of the defense and security industries, Vectronix has continuously improved the range finders in the critical areas of size, weight, and power.

The PLRF25C offers snipers, forward observers, spotters, marksmen and others the smallest, most powerful MIL-SPEC laser range finder available today, with a range performance of over 4,000 m (2.5 miles) and a weight of 590 g (1.3 lb).

Because of its small size, the PLRF25C easily fits in any pocket, making it handy during combat. The robust, compact design – with no moving parts and water resistance up to 10 meters guarantees operation in the most extreme conditions.

The ergonomic design of the PLRF25C allows one-handed use of the device.  Little training is necessary and the one-button operation is intuitive to learn and execute, so the user’s survivability increases.

The PLRF25C is powered by a commercial CR123 battery, with sufficient capacity for approximately 3,000 measurements.

Additionally, a digital magnetic compass, Bluetooth-compatibility and trademark Swiss-quality optics merge together to form this new market entry.

 

PLRF25C - Optical View

On 9 December 2001, The Independent in London printed an article written by Alex Duval Smith, Johannesburg, titled ” Fat is where it’s at, say new South African beauty queens ” a report on the Miss Fats pageant. Well, this may be true for South African beauties but when you’re already packing too much weight, small is beautiful and Vectronix’s new PLRF25C delivers.

Swing by Vectronix’s booth at DSEi 2011 booth No. S7-450 in the Swiss Pavilion.

For additional product information please visit www.vectronix.ch.

 

 

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