The Haglof Vertex IV Hypsometer uses ultrasound to measure distances. The ultrasound chooses the shortest route around shrubbery and bushes and is ideal for use in forests and fields. The Haglof Vertex IV Hypsometer is small and robust and measures height, distance and horizontal distance. The Haglof Vertex IV Hypsometer measures an unlimited number of heights per object from any distance up to 30 meters or yards or farther.
A Built in sensor on the Haglof Vertex IV Hypsometer gives you exact height measurements for slopes, grades or hills. Built in Bluetooth transmitter lets you transfer your measurements to your computer caliper or field computer. The Haglof Vertex IV Hypsometer also features a large, easy to read display.
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The Haglof Vertex instrument is a best selling instrument for precision height, distance and horizontal distance measuring in forests and fields. With the Haglof Vertex, you will obtain accurate readings in thick undergrowth. The Vertex IV hypsometer measures an unlimited number of heights per object from any distance up to 30 meters/yds or farther!
The Vertex IV Hypsometer has aluminum housing, sealed electronics and a large, easy-to-read alphanumerical display. A built-in tilt sensor allows for exact height measuring in slopes or on hills, infrared or Bluetooth transmitter enables direct transfer of measuring results for external storage and processing.
The Vertex IV instrument works great to measure radius in sample plots, it simplifies the job and ensures a much more accurate result. The Vertex IV features a built-in BAF function allowing you to be at the tree and determine its minimum diameter to be included in the point. The BAF function allos you to prism cruise on track with thick underbrush that you normally could not do using a standard prism.
The Vertex IV Hypsometer uses ultrasound to measure distances. Unlike measuring tapes and laser instruments, ultrasound works when there is no clear sight to the reference point. The ultrasound chooses the shortest way around shrubs and other obstacles. Heights are calculated trigonmetrically using the variables obtained when measuring angle and distance. The Haglof IV Hypsometer automatically assumes that the measuring object is perpendicularly positioned to the ground.
Haglof IV Hypsometer Features at a glance:
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