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Rangefinders PPS

Phantom Z3

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I know many range finders use the 905nm standard but do we know what PPS they commonly shoot at? LTi seems to make a few that look similar to TSS and other lidar guns without the handles/stalks.

It came up on RDF and I wanted to bring this question here but idk if it needs to be in beginner or intermediate or advanced and I can't post up there yet so @mods please move this up if need be to make it more productive. I'll catch up to it once everyone gets their ranking back.
 

Heywood

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A range finder is only looking for distance where a Lidar gun is looking for distance and speed.

There’s differences in the pulse rates and that’s about the nuts and bolts of it.
 

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A range finder is only looking for distance where a Lidar gun is looking for distance and speed.

There’s differences in the pulse rates and that’s about the nuts and bolts of it.
I know they're different except for a few made by LTi but do we know any pulse rates on 905nm range finders? Im asking more as a feeler to see if anyone has tried measuring the PPS on them out of curiosity.
 

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I have an older Bushnell rangefinder made by LTI that registers Prolaser II on my TMG. Unable to get a distance reading while jamming.
 

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I have an older Bushnell rangefinder made by LTI that registers Prolaser II on my TMG. Unable to get a distance reading while jamming.
I think I remember seeing that one on RDF. I guess I'll buy a random rangefinder and test it. Shouldn't be too hard
 
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