An optical rangefinder may be attached to the Haga Altimeter.
Used with its multirange target, this rangefinder enables you to
determine quickly and precisely base length distances of 15, 20,
25 or 30 feet, yards or meters. Complete instructions included
with the altimeter, optical rangefinder, and multirange target.
The Haga altimeter for measuring tree heights, developed in
1950 by Hans Haga (Germany), has been an essential tool
in the international forestry and timber industry from back then
to this day.
Combining precise functionality and comfortable handling with
a long-life cycle, the altimeter became an unique product classic.
The Haga altimeter is a gravity-controlled pivoted pointer with a
series of scales (15, 20, 25 and 30), chains (66’ L) and a percen
t scale. Baseline scales are assigned by the user, and the baseline
length is selected by turning an adjustment wheel to the desired
scale. Indicator and scale systems are integrated into a rugged metal
case and dampened from outside influences. The pistol-shape makes
using the Haga altimeter easy, comfortable and accurate.
Height is determined based on the known manner of measuring
the angle between the altimeter’s position and the top of the tree.
The distance to an object can be measured quickly, and can be
improved with a rangefinder tape or by attaching an optical
rangefinder. Used with its multirange target, the Haga rangefinder
enables you to determine quickly and precisely base length distances
of 15, 20, 25 or 30 feet, yards or meters. Complete instructions included
with the altimeter, the optical rangefinder, and multirange targets.
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