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Axion 2 LRF
Manual
Axion 2 LRF

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Laser Rangefinder

The Axion 2 LRF thermal imager is equipped with an integrated laser rangefinder.


Single Measurement Mode

  1. Press the ON/OFF (6) button briefly to power the device on.
  2. Activate the rangefinder by pressing the LRF (12) button briefly. A red mark appears on the display.
  3. Place the rangefinder’s reticle on the target. Press the LRF (12) button briefly to measure the distance to the object once.
  4. The measurement results are displayed in the upper right corner.
  5. The rangefinder shuts down after 3 seconds of inactivity.

Scan Mode

  1. Press the ON/OFF (6) button briefly to power the device on.
  2. Activate the rangefinder by pressing the LRF (12) button briefly. A red mark appears on the display.
  3. Activate the scan mode by long pressing the LRF (12) button to continuously measure the distance to objects.
  4. The measurement results are displayed in the upper right corner.
  5. Deactivate the rangefinder by long pressing the LRF (12).

Notes:

  • Additional rangefinder settings are available in the Rangefinder section of the main menu.
  • To select a unit of measurement (meters or yards) go to Units of Measure  subsection of the General Settings section.
  • When you turn on the rangefinder, the PiP window turns off.

Additional Information:

  • The accuracy and distance of the measurement depends on the reflection coefficient of the object surface and weather conditions. The reflection coefficient depends on the texture, color, size and shape of the object. Generally, lighter colored objects and those with a shiny surface will have a higher reflection coefficient.
  • Measurement accuracy can be influenced by the light conditions, fog, haze, rain, snow, etc. The results may be less accurate when operating in sunny weather or if the rangefinder is directed towards the sun.
  • It is easier and more reliable to measure the distance to large objects than to small ones.