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Measuring Azimuth

Measure Azimuth

Definition of Azimuth: a) an arc of the horizon measured between a fixed point (as true north) and the vertical circle passing through the center of an object usually in astronomy and navigation clockwise from the north point through 360 degrees b) horizontal direction expressed as the angular distance between the direction of a fixed point (as the observer's heading) and the direction of the object.
The TruPulse 360 is the most advanced and compact tool available that measures distance, height, and azimuth.  This is the only handheld compass laser that measures within +/- 1 degree regardless of what angle you shoot from.

If you need higher compass accuracy, our Laser Positioning System that includes the Compass Module will produce +/- 0.3 degree results and still give you the freedom to shoot +/- 90 degrees up or down.  

Applicable Products
LaserGIS For ArcPad Software
Software extension that significantly enhances ArcPad®’s current laser offset functionality and seamlessly integrates with your LTI laser.
TruPulse 360 B Yellow
Lightweight, low-cost laser rangefinder that measures Slope Distance, Inclination (% Slope) and Azimuth. Calculates Horizontal Distance, Vertical Distance, Height and Missing Line values. Equipped with 7x optics, in-scope data display and a serial port. Includes integrated Bluetooth® wireless communication.
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