How to choose a laser rangefinder?


Since its launch, the laser rangefinder has been sought after and trusted by many users. The performance of the laser rangefinder is actually unmatched by some laser rangefinders. However, only by understanding certain purchasing skills, can a high-quality selection of laser rangefinders be achieved to ensure the high efficiency of data transmission and the accuracy of measurement. Today, Xiaobian will teach you how to buy a laser rangefinder.

Choose according to the measurement target.

Generally speaking, common measurement targets are divided into: moving object measurement, static object measurement and some special object measurement. These special objects generally include luminous objects, high temperature objects, and irregularly shaped objects. When choosing a laser rangefinder, we must choose according to our own measurement purpose. Only in this way can we make sure that we get the most out of everything.

2. Purchase according to the measurement environment.

When measuring related objects, it is inevitable to encounter some special environmental conditions, such as strong light, dust, high and low temperature, haze and so on. Usually when measuring in these environmental conditions, it is necessary to purchase a laser rangefinder with a protective cover. If you purchase a laser rangefinder without a protective cover, you need to purchase a special protective cover to deal with the special environmental conditions mentioned above.

Third, look at the measurement distance and the scope of application.

Ranging is the first thing to consider when buying a dual vision laser rangefinder. If it is a short distance measurement, you can choose a high-precision laser rangefinder suitable for short distances. If it is a long-distance measurement, you only need to choose a traditional laser rangefinder; in addition, when purchasing a laser rangefinder, you need to look at its scope of application. Usually its scope of application is determined by the performance index, structural style, manufacturing material and stress conditions of the laser rangefinder sensor.