The LRB 12K 7x42 Rangefinder Binocular from Newcon Optik is a handheld electro-optical device built for measuring distances up to 12 kilometers away. A fully multicoated optical path, infrared laser pulse emitter, and pulse wave receiver are capable of measurement accuracy to within one meter. This configuration of the laser rangefinder binocular (LRB) integrates a built-in three-axis compass, inclinometer, and GPS receiver to calculate a range of useful data about the target.
Several measurement modes enable the operator to select the LRB 12K functions specific to their task. As well as simple data measurements like linear distance, direction, or elevation, this rangefinder is also capable of integrating multiple sensor readings to calculate complex measurements like true distance, elevation, GPS coordinates, and distance between two targets. Fully multicoated optics, two selectable reticle options, and an OLED matrix overlay help make the LRB 12K a well-equipped long-range rangefinder for patrol, surveillance, and reconnaissance operations.
In addition to the 12-kilometer maximum ranging distance and sophisticated circuitry, two features that define the LRB 12K are the mil-spec housing and the RS-232 and USB interface ports. The ability to transmit serial data from the LRB to a computer allows the operator to mark waypoints, log GIS information, and utilize LRB data in open source platforms. The LRB's rubber armored housing and oversized interface buttons provide a non-slip grip that will come in handy while wearing gloves and when conditions are cold or wet. Further enhancing the construction features are a shockproof chassis and weatherproof sealing that comply with Mil-Std 810 performance standards.