Trimble releases new rangefinder

By on 12 April, 2011
Trimble has released a new rangefinder, the LaserAce 1000. The handheld measurement tool combines a laser distance meter, a digital inclinometer and a sighting scope, for measuring the range, height and slope of passive targets up to 150 m away.
It also includes Bluetooth technology, so it can communicate wirelessly with Trimble’s other GNSS handhelds and field software.
The Trimble LaserAce 1000 rangefinder is available now from authorised Trimble distributors. For more information visit

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