ATN Debuting its New Xtrac Tactical Remote Control and its Laser Range Finder at SHOT Show 2017

South San Francisco, Calif. (January 2017) –ATN, innovators of advanced night vision, thermal imaging and digital Smart HD optics for hunters, outdoor enthusiasts, military and law enforcement, is pleased to announce the debut of its new Xtrac Tactical Remote Access Control System and its Laserballistics 1000 Digital Range Finder and Laserballistics 1500 Digital Range Finder at the 2017 SHOT Show, held at the Sands Expo Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, Jan. 17 – 20, 2017. The new products, along with the rest of ATN’s Smart HD lineup, will be on display at Booth #15073.

ATN’s Laserballistics 1000

“We are proud to launch these exciting new products, which will enhance our customer’s hunting and shooting experience and give them new features and better ways of doing things. We’re confident our state-of-the-art gear will improve their accuracy and give them the ability to operate faster in various environments,” said Steve Lemenov, director of marketing for ATN.

ATN’s new Laserballisitcs 1000 and Laserballistics 1500 Digital Range Finder is designed for hunters and shooters. The ranger finder can connect via Bluetooth to any ATN Smart HD Scope (2nd gen or higher) for instant point of impact corrections. In addition, the range finder can pair with a phone or tablet and provide the user with instant turret adjustments for traditional rifle scopes and provide the correct point of impact.

Specifications               Laserballistics 1000                            Laserballistics 1500
Magnification:                       6x                                                               ”      
View angle:                          7.2°                                          “
Precision to:                         ± 1 y/m                                     “
Range:                                 5-1000 y/m                          5-1500 y/m
Speed range:                        0-186 mph / 0-300 km/h                               “
Bluetooth:                            4.0                                                               “
Smartphone Applications:     Android or iOS                                “
Environmental Rating:          Waterproof                                                  “
Pairs with Smart HD:            Obsidian II or higher                                     “
Traditional Optics 
Compatibility:                     Works with Mil and MOA scopes                    “
                                           using ATN Ballistic Calculator App
Battery type:                       1 x CR2 type, 3 V                                           “
Size:                                    4.17″ x 1.38″ x 2.87″ / 106 x 35 x 73 mm         ”           
Weight:                               5.4 oz / 152 g                                                 “
Warranty:                            Two years                                                       “
MSRP:                                  Not Available                                                  “

ATN’s new Xtrac Tactical Remote Access Control System allows the user to connect to an ATN Smart HD Device via Bluetooth and control all the features and functions of the device like the ballistic calculator, smart range finder, environmental adjustments, etc. without touching the scope. Even the magnification can be adjusted by using the zoom roller. The XTrac buttons can be used to take photos and video through the scope without having to move the support hand from the weapon or eye from the target. The X-Trac makes digital menu operation a breeze and comes with six tactile buttons and a roller.

For more information on ATN, visit www.atncorp.com.

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