-
LTI TruPulse 200X User’s Manual
Third Edition Part Number 0144875
Copyright Notice:
Information in this document is subject to change without notice and does not
represent a commitment on the part of Laser Technology Inc. No part of this
manual may be reproduced in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical,
including photocopying, recording, or information storage and retrieval systems, for
any purpose other than the purchaser's personal use, without the express written consent
of Laser Technology, Inc.
Copyright © Laser Technology, Inc., 2014. All rights reserved.
Patents:
This product is covered by pending patent applications and/or the following
issued U.S. Patents:
6,445,444; 5,612,779; 6,057,910; 6,226,077; 5,652,651; 7,349,073.
Trademarks:
Criterion, Impulse, and TruPulse are trademarks of Laser Technology, Inc.
LTI Contact Information:
Laser Technology, Inc.
6912 South Quentin St.
Centennial, CO 80112-3921 USA
Phone:
1-303-649-1000
1-800-790-7364 (USA and Canada)
Fax:
Web Site:
Email:
1-303-649-9710
www.lasertech.com
service@lasertech.com
TruPulse 200X Reference Information:
Record information about your TruPulse 200X in the table below.
You can find this value:
Serial
Number
Firmware
Revision
Number
On the serial number sticker affixed to the
TruPulse 200X or see Page 44 for information.
See Page 31 for information.
Value
Laser Technology, Inc.
TruPulse® 200X
User's Manual
Languages
1. English
2. Español
3. Français
4. Deutsch
5. 日本語
6. 汉语被简化
LTI TruPulse 200X User’s Manual - Table of Contents
Page 1
Table of Contents
Precautions ....................................................................................................................... 3
Section 1 - Introducing the LTI TruPulse 200X ............................................................ 5
Operating Modes ............................................................................................................... 5
Unpacking Your TruPulse 200X ....................................................................................... 5
Understanding How the TruPulse 200X Works ................................................................ 6
Laser Range Sensor ................................................................................................... 6
Targets ....................................................................................................................... 6
TruTargeting .............................................................................................................. 7
Tilt Sensor ................................................................................................................. 8
Section 2 - Quick Start .................................................................................................... 9
Section 3 - Basic Operations ......................................................................................... 10
Battery ............................................................................................................................. 10
Installation ............................................................................................................... 10
Battery Voltage Level .............................................................................................. 10
Buttons ............................................................................................................................ 11
Display Indicators ............................................................................................................ 12
Display Indicator Test.............................................................................................. 14
Error Codes...................................................................................................................... 15
Eyepiece .......................................................................................................................... 16
Focus Adjustment Ring ................................................................................................... 16
Foliage Filter ................................................................................................................... 17
Measurement Point of Reference ..................................................................................... 17
Neck Strap ....................................................................................................................... 18
Serial Port ........................................................................................................................ 18
Restore Default Settings .................................................................................................. 19
Section 4 – System Setup Mode .................................................................................... 20
Brightness ........................................................................................................................ 20
Units of Measure ............................................................................................................. 21
Filter Mode ...................................................................................................................... 22
Continuous Mode ............................................................................................................ 23
Targeting Modes .............................................................................................................. 24
Gate ................................................................................................................................. 26
Baud Rate ........................................................................................................................ 28
Bluetooth ......................................................................................................................... 29
Firmware Revision Number ............................................................................................ 31
Laser Technology, Inc. TruPulse 200X User's Manual 3rd Edition
Page 2
Section 5 - Measurement Modes ................................................................................... 32
Distance Measurements ................................................................................................... 32
Notes about Measurements .............................................................................................. 33
Inclination Measurements................................................................................................ 34
Percent Slope ................................................................................................................... 34
Height Routine ................................................................................................................ 35
2-Step Height Routine ..................................................................................................... 38
2D Missing Line Routine ................................................................................................ 39
Section 6 – Serial Interface ........................................................................................... 42
Format Parameters ........................................................................................................... 42
Serial Port ........................................................................................................................ 42
Download Message Format ............................................................................................. 42
Requests .......................................................................................................................... 43
Firmware Version ID Request (1)............................................................................ 43
Firmware Version ID Request (2)............................................................................ 44
Serial Number Request ............................................................................................ 44
Remote Trigger (RUN) Request .............................................................................. 45
Remote Trigger (STOP) Request ............................................................................. 45
Download Message Formats............................................................................................ 46
Horizontal Vector (HV) Download Messages ......................................................... 46
Height (HT) Download Messages ........................................................................... 47
Missing Line (ML) Download Messages................................................................. 48
Section 7 - Care & Maintenance ................................................................................... 49
Section 8 - Specifications ............................................................................................... 51
Section 9 - Main Display LED Characters................................................................... 53
Section 10 – LTI Limited Warranty............................................................................. 55
Section 11 – Troubleshooting ........................................................................................ 56
Precautions
Page 3
Precautions
Avoid staring directly at the laser beam for prolonged periods.
The TruPulse® 200X is designed to meet FDA eye safety requirements and is
classified as eye-safe to Class 1 limits, which means that virtually no hazard is
associated with directly viewing the laser output under normal conditions. As
with any laser device, however, reasonable precautions should be taken in its
operation. It is recommended that you avoid staring into the transmit aperture
while firing the laser. The use of optical instruments with this product may
increase eye hazard.
Never attempt to view the sun through the scope.
Looking at sun through the scope may permanently damage your eyes.
Never point the unit directly at the sun.
Exposing the lens system to direct sunlight, even for a brief period, may
permanently damage the internal components.
Avoid direct sun exposure on the eyepiece.
Exposing the eyepiece to direct sunlight can damage the internal display.
Do not expose the instrument to extreme temperatures.
TruPulse® 200X components are rated for a temperature range of -4 to +140° F
(-20 to +60° C). Do not expose the instrument to temperatures outside this
range whether in use or in storage.
Laser Technology, Inc. TruPulse 200X User's Manual 3rd Edition
Page 4
Section 1 - Introducing the LTI TruPulse 200X
Page 5
Section 1 - Introducing the LTI TruPulse 200X
Congratulations on the purchase of your TruPulse 200X, a cost-effective professional
rangefinder. This compact and lightweight laser is a flexible tool for your measurement
needs. The TruPulse includes six measurement modes and five target modes.
Features of the TruPulse:
•
•
•
•
Crystal clear optics and the heads up display lets you keep your eye on the
target.
Bright red LED display dramatically improves visibility in all lighting
conditions.
The laser sensor and integrated tilt sensor measure slope distance and
inclination. Values are automatically calculated for horizontal distance, vertical
distance, height and missing line.
The Target Mode allows you to select or eliminate targets; which helps you
take the most accurate measurement possible in a variety of field conditions.
Operating Modes
Measurement Modes
Slope Distance
Horizontal Distance
Vertical Distance
Inclination
3-Point Height Routine
2D Missing Line Routine
System Setup Mode
Brightness
Units
Filter
Targeting Modes
Continuous
Gate
Baud Rate
Bluetooth
Firmware Version
Unpacking Your TruPulse 200X
When you unpack your TruPulse 200X, check to make sure that you received everything
that you ordered, and that it all arrived undamaged.
Basic Package
•
•
•
•
•
•
TruPulse 200X
Carrying Case
Lens Cloth
Neck Strap
User's Manual
Cr123A Battery
• Eyepiece Cover
Compatible Accessories
•
•
•
•
Foliage Filter
Tripod
Mounting Brackets
Download Cables
Laser Technology, Inc. TruPulse 200X User's Manual 3rd Edition
Page 6
Understanding How the TruPulse 200X Works
The TruPulse 200X consists of a laser range sensor, an integrated tilt sensor, and a digital
processor. The TruPulse 200X has four buttons that access the unit's internal software,
which controls the integrated sensors.
1. Adjustable Eyepiece
2. Attachment Point
(For Neck Strap, Eyepiece
Cover and Foliage Filter)
3. 1/4 -20 Mounting Point
4. Forward button
5. Back button
6. Battery Compartment Cover
7. Serial Port
8. Receive Lens
9. Transmit Lens
Figure #1
10.
Mode button
11.
Fire button
Laser Range Sensor
The laser range sensor emits invisible, eye safe, pulses of infrared light energy. The
TruPulse 200X determines distance by measuring the time it takes for each pulse to
travel from the rangefinder to the target, and back. The
indicator is displayed
whenever the laser is being transmitted. The laser may be active for a maximum of
10 seconds. The TruPulse 200X has a broad spectrum of sensitivity and can work
with both reflective and non-reflective targets. See TruTargeting (next page) for
information about high quality and low quality targets.
Targets
When selecting a target, you should consider the following:
•
•
•
•
Color: The brighter the color, the longer the range.
Finish: Shiny finishes provide longer range than dull finishes.
Angle: Shooting perpendicular to a target provides better range than
shooting to a target at a sharp angle.
Lighting Conditions: Overcast skies will increase the unit's maximum
range, and sunny skies will decrease the unit's maximum range.
Section 1 - Introducing the LTI TruPulse 200X
Page 7
TruTargeting
The TruPulse 200X automatically provides the best accuracy and acquisition distance
to a given target. Maximum measurement distance varies with target quality and
environmental conditions. When shooting to a non-reflective (ie. non-cooperative)
target, the maximum measurement distance is 6,233 ft (1,900 m) typical. When shooting
to a reflective (ie. cooperative) target, the maximum measurement distance is 8,200 ft
(2,500 m).
Target quality has an effect on the precision of measurements.

High quality target: “c” is illuminated in the display (ie. “cooperative” target)
along with the measurement. Range accuracy: ±1.6 inches (±4 cm) typical targets
<400 m. ±6 inches (±15 cm) accuracy to typical targets < 1000 m.

Low quality target: “c” is not illuminated in the display along with
the measurement. Range accuracy: ±1.6 inches (±4 cm) to ±1 ft (±30 cm) to distant
and weak targets*.
*Note: Target quality can be affected by atmospheric conditions, such as heat shimmer,
dust, target reflectance, traverse angle to target and beam spread.
High Quality Target
Low Quality Target
Figure #2
Laser Technology, Inc. TruPulse 200X User's Manual 3rd Edition
Page 8
Tilt Sensor
The integrated tilt sensor measures vertical angles that the TruPulse 200X uses to
calculate height and elevation and to determine slope-reduced horizontal distances. The
instrument held level is at 0°, and is rotated up through +90° and down through -90°.

•
The laser is not active in the Inclination Measurement Mode.
•
Generally, the inclination is measured when you press
. However in
(1) the Continuous Target Mode and (2) in the Height Measurement
Mode, the inclination reading appears in the Main Display and the
display updates as your aiming point changes as long as you press
In these two situations, the measured inclination is based upon the
aiming point when you release
.
.
Section 2 – Quick Start
Page 9
Section 2 - Quick Start
1.
Install the battery (page 10).
2.
3.
Press
to power ON the TruPulse 200X.
Select a target such as a wall across the room
or a nearby tree. For this example, the target
should be approximately 10 meters (33 feet
or 11 yards) from you.
Look through the eyepiece (see Figure #3)
and use the crosshair to aim to the target. The
in-scope LED should look similar to Figure
#4A.
4.
Figure #3
o
5.
If the HD indicator is not displayed,
press
or
until the HD indicator is
displayed.
Press-and-hold
. The laser indicator
is displayed and flashes while the laser is
active (Figure #4B). The laser will remain active
for a maximum of 10 seconds while acquiring
data about the target.
o If the target is not acquired, release
and repeat this step.
6.
Release
once the distance is displayed
(Figure #4C). The measurement will be displayed
steady until you press a button
or the unit powers OFF.
o
o
o
Press
or
to scroll through the
measurement modes and see the results
acquired for each function.
Repeat steps #3-#6 above to take another
measurement.
Simultaneously press-and-hold
and
for 4 seconds to power OFF the TruPulse
200X.
Figure #4
Laser Technology, Inc. TruPulse 200X User's Manual 3rd Edition
Page 10
Section 3 - Basic Operations
Battery
Installation
The TruPulse 200X is powered by a 3 Volt Lithium battery
commonly referred to as CR123A or also referred to as
CR123. The battery is located in the Battery Compartment
at the front of the instrument.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove the Battery Compartment Cover by lifting
up the Hinged Tab and turning counter clockwise,
Insert the battery negative end (-) first.
Re-insert the Battery Compartment Cover and use
the Hinged Tab to turn clockwise.
Press down on the Hinged Tab to secure.

Note: To remove the battery, just reverse the
above instructions
Figure #5
Battery Voltage Level
The TruPulse 200X continuously monitors its power source. LTI has defined an
acceptable voltage range to ensure that the instrument has sufficient battery voltage to
guarantee correct operation.
Battery Icon
Appearance
Battery Icon
not displayed
Explanation
Battery is equal to or greater than 2.4 V.
Battery is greater than 2.1 V and less than
2.4 V.
Battery is greater than 2.0 V and less than
2.1 V.
Battery is below 2.0 V. The TruPulse 200X
will automatically power off.
Section 3 - Basic Operations
Page 11
Buttons
The TruPulse 200X has a 4-button keypad located on the top
panel of the instrument. The buttons provide easy access to
the instrument functions. This manual refers to the buttons
while the laser is oriented as shown in Figure #6. The table
below lists the buttons and the function of each.
Figure #6
Measurement Modes
(FIRE)
Height Routine
Powers ON the unit.
Distance Measurement: fires the laser.
Inclination: Release “locks” tilt sensor in (1) Height
Measurement Mode and (2) Continuous Target Mode.
(HD) Fires the laser.
(INC) Release “locks” tilt sensor.
System Setup Mode
Selects option and returns to the Measurement Mode.
Measurement Modes
Displays the System Setup Mode.
System Setup Mode
Press to scroll to the next System Setup option.
Measurement Modes
Press to scroll to the previous Measurement Mode.
(MODE)
Height Routine
(FORWARD)
System Setup Mode
Press to scroll to the previous option.
Measurement Modes
Press to scroll to the next Measurement Mode.
Height Routine
(BACK)
Clears the last measurement and re-displays the
previous prompt.
System Setup Mode
Exits the Height Routine.
Press to scroll to the next option.
Powering OFF the TruPulse 200X
Press
and
buttons at the same time to manually power off the unit. To conserve
battery power, the TruPulse 200X powers itself OFF if no button presses are detected
after a specified length of time:
•
•
Bluetooth OFF:
Bluetooth ON:
2 minutes
30 minutes
Laser Technology, Inc. TruPulse 200X User's Manual 3rd Edition
Page 12
Display Indicators
Figure #7 shows the LED in-scope display. The
TruPulse 200X’s internal software is organized into
options. Each option represents a specific measurement
or setup function and has a corresponding display
indicator. Refer to Figure #7 and the table below for
information about each indicator.
Figure #7
Main
Display
Displays messages and measurement results.
Lower
Display
Setup Mode
Displays messages and measurement results
Degrees
Feet
Displayed when the System Setup Mode is
active.
Inclination measurement units.
Distance measurement units. Selection
available in the System Setup Mode.
Meters
Yards
Centimeters
Inches
Battery
Status
Crosshair
Laser
Status
See page 10.
Serves as the aiming point reference, both
horizontally and vertically.
Visible and Flashing: Laser is firing.
Visible and Steady: Target is acquired.
Not Visible: Laser is not active.
Section 3 - Basic Operations
Page 13
Continuous
Target Mode
Inclination
Measurement
Mode
Slope
Distance
Measurement
Mode
Horizontal
Distance
Measurement
Mode
Vertical
Distance
Measurement
Mode
Missing Line
Measurement
Routine
Height
Measurement
Routine
Closest
Target Mode
Farthest
Target Mode
Gate Mode
The unit continuously acquires targets and
displays measurements while
is held
down. The distance to the most recently
acquired target is displayed.
The angle of inclination between the TruPulse
200X and the target.
Straight line distance between the TruPulse
200X and the target.
Slope-corrected distance between the
TruPulse 200X and the target, projected in
the horizontal (XY) plane; a.k.a. Run.
Slope-corrected distance between the
TruPulse 200X and the target, projected in the
vertical (Z) plane; a.k.a. Rise.
Two-step Missing Line Routine finds the
connecting vector (or missing line) between
two points.
Three-step height routine. The final
calculation represents the vertical distance
between the points on the target represented
by ANG1 and ANG2.
The unit logs multiple targets while
is
held down. The
denotes that additional
targets have been acquired. Of the targets
acquired, the distance to the closest target
displays.
The unit logs multiple targets while
is
held down. The
denotes that additional
targets have been acquired. Of the targets
acquired, the distance to the farthest target
displays.
The unit will only acquire targets beyond the
user-selected gate value.
Laser Technology, Inc. TruPulse 200X User's Manual 3rd Edition
Page 14
Filter
Mode
Similar to Standard, single shot mode, but the
laser’s sensitivity is reduced so it only detects
pulses returned from a reflector. The optional
foliage filter is used in conjunction with this
mode.
Although the TruPulse 200X
does not use these indicators, they
do appear during the Display Indicator Test.
MOA
AZ
Display Indicator Test
To verify that all display indicators are working properly:
1.
2.
Start with the TruPulse 200X powered OFF, press-and-hold
.
Compare the in-scope display to the Figure #7 (page 12) to verify that all indicators
are working properly.
3.
Release
to start normal operation.
Section 3 - Basic Operations
Page 15
Error Codes
Error conditions can occur in a measurement or in the system
hardware. To make sure that you never get an erroneous
measurement, the TruPulse 200X monitors both system
hardware and measurements. Error codes appear in the main
display and are in the form of “E xx”, where “xx” is an error
code number. Figure #8 shows an example error code, E 01.
Figure #8
Error Code
E 01
E 50 or above

Explanation
Failure to lock on target.
Reposition instrument and retake the
measurement. If you continue to receive the
error, the target maybe out of range or have no
reflective qualities.
Shut off unit and try again.
If the same error repeats, please contact LTI
Service Department
If an error code persists:
1.
2.
3.
Release
and press again to try to retake the measurement.
Remove and re-install the battery and then try to retake the
measurement.
If the above steps do not resolve the error, contact LTI or an Authorized
LTI Distributor for assistance. Refer to the inside front cover for LTI
contact information.
Laser Technology, Inc. TruPulse 200X User's Manual 3rd Edition
Page 16
Eyepiece
The eyepiece is located at the back of the TruPulse 200X. It includes a
7X magnification scope.

Eyepiece Cover:
The eyepiece cover protects the internal components from
sunlight exposure. The eyepiece cover should be in place
whenever the TruPulse 200X is not in use.
To attach the eyepiece cover:
Feed the thin cord under the metal bar and flare the loop
open. Pull the eyepiece cover through the loop. Gently
tighten to secure.
Focus Adjustment Ring
The Focus Adjustment Ring allows you to focus the
LED in-scope display. During assembly, optimum focus
is set to infinity. To adjust the LED focus, turn the Focus
Adjustment Ring to suit your personal preference.
See Figure #9.

Monocular adjustment reduces eye fatigue.
Figure #9
Section 3 - Basic Operations
Page 17
Foliage Filter
The TruPulse’s Filter Targeting Mode allows the TruPulse accurately penetrate heavy
foliage. The laser’s sensitivity is reduced so the laser only detects pulses returned from a
reflective target. This means that the TruPulse will reject pulses from a non-reflective
target. The Foliage Filter must be used in conjunction with the Filter Target Mode.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Attach the Foliage Filter to the TruPulse 200X:
a. Feed the loop of the Tether around the metal post of either attachment
point.
b. Feed the Foliage Filter through the loop.
c. Gently tighten to secure.
Place the Foliage Filter over the TruPulse's Receive Lens. Figure #10
shows the Receive Lens.
Align the Receive Lens Filter. To fit properly, align the straight edge of the
filter with the straight edge of the lens.
Press the Foliage Filter all the way into the lens cavity.
Figure #10

See page 24 for information about using the Filter Targeting Mode.
Measurement Point of Reference
The measuring point of the TruPulse 200X is located at the center point of the
instrument, the ¼-20 thread.
Laser Technology, Inc. TruPulse 200X User's Manual 3rd Edition
Page 18
Neck Strap
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Find the two Attachment Points located on the rear panel of the TruPulse 200X.
Insert the end of one of the connector straps into one side of the eyelet opening
and feed it through to the other side.
Feed the strap up from the bottom of the buckle, then over the center of the
buckle and back down through the other side.
Pull the strap to take up any slack and tighten the strap to simply have a loop
that is fed through the eyelet.
Repeat steps 2-4 to attach the other connector strap to the other side of the
TruPulse 200X.
Attach one end of the neck strap into the side release buckle of one of the
connector straps.
Attach the other end of the neck strap to the side release buckle of the other
connector strap.
Figure #11

• Make sure the strap is straight when attaching it to the TruPulse 200X.
This will help you avoid uncomfortable twists in the strap that will rub
your neck.
• Before use, check to make sure the neck strap is secure. Failure to do so
may result in the TruPulse 200X hitting the ground or other object.
• The neck strap may also be attached to the carrying case.
Serial Port
The TruPulse 200X includes a serial port located on the front panel and allows the
instrument to download measurement data. See Page 42 for more information on the
serial data interface.
Section 3 - Basic Operations
Page 19
Restore Default Settings
It is possible to restore the TruPulse 200X’s default settings. Restoring the default
settings affects some of the system setup options.
The table below lists the parameters and the associated default settings. The third column
lists the page reference for additional information.
Parameter
Default Value
Measurement Mode
LED Brightness
Distance Units
Filter Mode
Targeting Mode
Continuous Mode
Gate
Baud Rate
Bluetooth
HD
br03
Meters and cm
off
Std
off
off
4800
off
Refer to Page
Number
32
20
21
22
24
23
26
28
29
To restore the default settings:
1.
Simultaneously press-and-hold the
,
, and
buttons for
approximately 5 seconds. The instrument will power off.
2.
Press
to power ON the unit.
Laser Technology, Inc. TruPulse 200X User's Manual 3rd Edition
Page 20
Section 4 – System Setup Mode
The System Setup Mode can be accessed from the Measurement Mode at any time by
pressing
. To view each option, press . To exit System Setup press
Each option is described separately in the following sections.
•
•
•
•
•
Brightness
Units
Filter
Targeting Modes
Continuous
•
•
•
•
.
Gate
Baud Rate
Bluetooth
Firmware Version
Brightness
1.
Press
2.
Short press
until the desired setting is achieved.
It's easy to get the desired setting if you look
through the eyepiece while making the adjustment.
•
The LED in-scope display has five
intensity settings from DIM (1) to
BRIGHT (5).
•
•
3.

.
Each time you press
, the "brxx" value
increases by 1.
If you press the button while “br05” is
displayed, you will see “br01” next.
Figure #12
Press
to accept the brightness level and return to
the Measurement screen.
Each time the TruPulse 200X is powered ON, it will return to the same
brightness setting that was last used.
Section 4 – System Setup Mode
Page 21
Units of Measure
1.
2.
3.

Press
Press
option.
until the Unit option is displayed.
or
to display the previous or next unit
•
•
•
Meters / Centimeters and Degrees
Meters / Centimeters and Percent Slope
Feet / Inches and Degrees
•
•
•
Feet / Inches and Percent Slope
Yards and Degrees
Yards and Percent Slope
Figure #13
Press
to accept the units of measurement and
return to the Measurement screen.
Each time the TruPulse 200X is powered ON, it will return to the same
unit setting that was last used.
Laser Technology, Inc. TruPulse 200X User's Manual 3rd Edition
Page 22
Filter Mode
In this mode, the laser’s sensitivity is reduced to only detect pulses returned from a
reflector. The optional foliage filter is used in conjunction with this mode.
1.
2.
Press
until the FILt option is displayed.
Press
or
to display the previous or next
Filter Mode option.
•
•
3.
oFF
on
Press
to accept the Filter Mode option and return
to the Measurement screen.
Figure #14
•
•

If “on”, the Filter Mode indicator
is illuminated and the
electronic filter is applied. The Foliage Filter must also be used
for proper target discrimination.
Typical maximum distance is 107 meters (350 feet) to a
7.5 cm (3 inch) prism.
•
Each time the TruPulse 200X is powered ON, it will return to the
same Filter Mode setting that was last used.
•
When Filter Mode is "on" and the Foliage Filter is in place, the
laser’s sensitivity is reduced so the laser only detects pulses
returned from a reflective target. This means that the TruPulse
will reject pulses from a non-reflective target.
Section 4 – System Setup Mode
Page 23
Continuous Mode
In this mode, once the target is acquired, the TruPulse 200X can continuously acquire
additional targets until
is released. When
target appears in the Main Display.
1.
2.
Press
Press
•
•
is released, the most recently acquired
until the Con option is displayed.
or
to display the previous or next Continuous Mode option.
oFF
on
Figure #15
3.
Press
to accept the Continuous Mode option and return to the
Measurement screen.
•

If “on”, the Continuous Mode indicator
will be illuminated.
Each time the TruPulse 200X is powered ON, it will return to the same
Continuous Mode setting that was last used.
Laser Technology, Inc. TruPulse 200X User's Manual 3rd Edition
Page 24
Targeting Modes
1.
2.
Press
until the tArg option is displayed.
Press
or
to display the previous or next
Targeting Mode option.
•
Std: Standard single shot mode
•
FAr: Farthest Mode
Figure #16
The
indicator is illuminated when this mode is active.
Once the initial target is acquired, the TruPulse can acquire
additional targets. The
indicator denotes that multiple targets
have been acquired. The farthest acquired target always appears in
the Main Display.
Figure #17
Section 4 – System Setup Mode
Page 25
•
Clo: Closest Mode
The
indicator will be illuminated when this mode is active. Once the initial
target is acquired, the TruPulse can acquire multiple targets. The
indicator denotes that multiple targets have been acquired. The closest
acquired target always appears in the Main Display.
Figure #18
3.

Press
screen.
to accept the Target Mode option and return to the Measurement
Each time the TruPulse 200X is powered ON, it will return to the same
Targeting Mode setting that was last used.
Laser Technology, Inc. TruPulse 200X User's Manual 3rd Edition
Page 26
Gate
In this mode, the TruPulse 200X will only acquire targets beyond the selected gate value.
1.
2.
Press
Press
•
•
until the gAtE option is displayed.
or
to display the previous or next Gate option.
oFF
on : When the Gate option is on, the gate indicator
illuminated.
is
Figure #19
3.
4.
5.
Press
to change the value. Press and release
to increase value by
increments of 1.
1.
After 4 seconds of holding down , it will speed up in increments
of 1.
Stop at the required Gate value.
1. If you go past the required value, press
to decrease the value by
increments of 1.
2. After 1 second of holding down , the value will slowly auto
increase by increments of 1.
3. After 4 seconds of holding down
, it will speed up by increments
of 1.
Press
to accept the gate value, the main screen will have the Gate icon
illuminated.
To Change the Gate Value:
1.
Press
until you see “gAtE”.
2.
Press
again. The value now can be updated (see #4 above).
Section 4 – System Setup Mode
Page 27
To Turn Off the Gate Function:
2.
Press
Press
until the gAtE option is displayed.
or
to change from On to Off.
3.
Press
twice to return to measurement display.
1.

•
Minimum Gate Value: 1 meter, 4 feet or 2 yards
•
Maximum Gate Value: 500 meters, 1640 feet or 500 yards
•
If gate value is less than 1 meter, 4 feet or 2 yards, it will be
treated as NO GATE.
Each time the TruPulse 200X is powered ON, it will return to the
same Gate setting that was last used.
•
Laser Technology, Inc. TruPulse 200X User's Manual 3rd Edition
Page 28
Baud Rate
The Baud Output Rate is the speed that data is transmitted, and it is a derived value based
on the number of symbols transmitted per second.
1.
2.
Short press
until the bAud option is
displayed.
Press
or
to display the previous or next
Baud Output Rate option.
•
•
•
•
•
•
3.

480 =
960 =
192 =
384 =
576 =
115 =
4800
9600
19200
38400
57600
115200
Figure #20
Press
to accept the Baud Output Rate option and return to the
Measurement screen.
Each time the TruPulse 200X is powered ON, it will return to the same
Baud Output Rate setting that was last used.
Section 4 – System Setup Mode
Page 29
Bluetooth
Bluetooth wireless technology is an industry standard specification for short-range
wireless connectivity. As a short-range radio link, Bluetooth replaces cable connections
between devices allowing you to download measurement data to any Bluetooth enabled
PC device such as a laptop PC, data collector, etc.
•
•
1.
2.
3.
TruPulse Bluetooth offers serial port service to connect to an RS-232 style
serial connection. It replaces the download cable from the TruPulse 200X to
any Bluetooth enabled PC device.
TruPulse Bluetooth is a slave device. Bluetooth master devices can detect the
TruPulse 200X when the instrument is powered ON and the Bluetooth option is
enabled.
Short press
Press
or
until the bt option is displayed.
to display the previous or next bt option.
Press
to accept the blue tooth option and return to the
Measurement Mode display.
Figure #21
•
oFF:
•
on:
Turns the Bluetooth communications on.
Serial string is outputted through the Bluetooth and serial port.
•
EnC:
Bluetooth Copy Mode.
This mode is reserved for future use with the MapStar TruAngle.
Turns the Bluetooth communications off.
Laser Technology, Inc. TruPulse 200X User's Manual 3rd Edition
Page 30

•
•
Each time the TruPulse 200X is powered ON, it will return to the
same Bluetooth setting that was last used.
Bluetooth Version 2.0 Class 2.1 + EDR module.
Refer to the instructions below when connecting your TruPulse 200X to another
Bluetooth device. This information is provided as a general guideline.

1.
2.
4.
Refer to the third party product documentation for your specific
Bluetooth device.
Toggle the TruPulse Bluetooth option ON and return to the measurement mode.
A host device can now detect the Bluetooth communication from the TruPulse
200X.
o Refer to the host device documentation for connecting to Bluetooth
devices.
Use the Bluetooth Manager to scan for the TruPulse Bluetooth module.
The TruPulse Bluetooth will be named TP200X -"serial number of unit"; ie
TP200X-200003.
You may be prompted to enter:
o Passkey = 1234
o Service Selection = SPP Slave
o Select (long press) “Connect”. The Bluetooth Manager on the
host device should find and display the active connection status.

Bluetooth troubleshooting tips:
•
TruPulse: Verify that the TruPulse Bluetooth option is toggled ON.
•
Bluetooth enabled PC device: Verify that the Bluetooth connection
is active.
•
Verify that the Bluetooth device is physically located within the
wireless transmission range of the TruPulse 200X. Transmission
range can vary depending upon (1) position relative to the TruPulse
or (2) type of Bluetooth connection.
Section 4 – System Setup Mode
Page 31
Firmware Revision Number
1.
Short press
until the Firmware Revision option is displayed.
In Figure #22, the firmware revision number is 1459.
Figure #22
2.

Press
to return to the Measurement screen.
LTI Technical Support may require this information when
troubleshooting a problem.
Laser Technology, Inc. TruPulse 200X User's Manual 3rd Edition
Page 32
Section 5 - Measurement Modes
When you power ON the TruPulse 200X, the last used Measurement Mode will be active.
Press
or
to display the previous or next Measurement Mode. Figure #23 shows
the six different types of measurements that the TruPulse 200X can take. For information
about the Missing Line Routine, see Page 39.






SD
INC
HD
VD
HT
ML
Slope Distance
Inclination INC
Horizontal Distance
Vertical Distance
Height Routine
Missing Line Routine
= Measured
= Calculated
Figure #23
Distance Measurements
The basic steps for taking any distance measurement:
1.
Look through the eyepiece and use the crosshair to aim to the target.
2.
Press-and-hold
. The laser indicator
is displayed while the laser is active.
The laser will remain active for a maximum of 10 seconds while acquiring data
about the target.
o
3.
If the target is not acquired in the 10 second period, release
repeat this step.
and
Once the measurement is displayed, release
. The measurement will be displayed
steady until you press any button or the unit powers OFF.
Section 5 – Measurement Modes
Page 33
Notes about Measurements

Press
or
to scroll through the individual measurement functions and
see the results acquired for each function.
•
Both inclination and distance are measured in the
Horizontal Distance, Slope Distance, and Vertical Distance
modes.
•
Example Range Measurement:
•
When you scroll to the Height Function, the Main Display will be
blank and the HD will be flashing.
•
In the Inclination Mode, the Main Display will be blank for all
other measurement functions since the laser is not active when
measuring inclination only.
The last measurement does not need to be cleared before
acquiring your next target.
Each time the TruPulse 200X is powered ON, it will return to the
same measurement mode that was last used.
•
•
HD = 12.5 meters
VD = 1.6 meters
SD = 12.6 meters
INC = 7.3 degrees
Laser Technology, Inc. TruPulse 200X User's Manual 3rd Edition
Page 34
Inclination Measurements
The laser is not active in the Inclination Measurement Mode. Generally, the inclination is
measured when you press
. However, in (1) the Continuous Target Mode and (2) in
the Height Measurement Mode, the inclination reading appears in the Main Display and
the display updates as your aiming point changes as long as you press
.
Percent Slope
Percent slope (indicated by Per) is a calculation equal to 100 times the tangent of the
inclination angle. It is a variant way of expressing the inclination. You can get percent
slopes only in the basic measurement displays, never in the Height measurement displays.
Note also that the instrument never downloads a percent slope. It always downloads the
inclination angle.

An inclination angle of 5 degrees for example is equal to a slope of
about 8.75 percent.
Section 5 – Measurement Modes
Page 35
Height Routine
Height Measurements involve a simple routine that prompts you to take 3 shots to the
target: Horizontal Distance, Inclination Angle base and Inclination Angle top. The
TruPulse 200X uses these results to calculate the height of the target. Figure #24 shows
the shots required for the height routine.
Shot 1: HD
Shot 2: INC to base
Shot 3: INC to top
= Measured
= Calculated
Figure #24
1.
Short press
or
to scroll until the main display looks similar to Figure #25.
Figure #25
2.
Select your target and look through the eyepiece, using the crosshair to aim to your
target. The HT and HD indicators and the word “Shot” will appear in the display.
This is prompting you to measure the Horizontal Distance to the “face” of the target.
3.
Press-and-hold
. The laser indicator
is displayed while the laser is active.
The laser will remain active for a maximum of 10 seconds while acquiring data
about the target. The measured horizontal distance appears briefly in the Main
Display and then HT, An_1 and the inclination value area (degree symbol) is
displayed. This is prompting you to measure the inclination to base (or top) of the
target.
Laser Technology, Inc. TruPulse 200X User's Manual 3rd Edition
Page 36
Figure #26
Press-and-hold
and aim to the base (or top) of the target. The measured
4.
inclination appears in the Main Display and is updated as long as us you continue to
hold
. The measured inclination is “locked” when you release
. The
measured inclination appears briefly in the Main Display and then Ang_2 appears
and the INC indicator flashes; prompting you to measure the inclination to the top
(or base) of the target.
Figure #27
Section 5 – Measurement Modes
Page 37
1.
Press-and-hold
and aim to the top (or base)
of the target. The measured inclination appears
in the Main Display and is updated as long as
you continue to hold
. The measured
inclination is “locked” when you release
.
The measured inclination appears briefly in the
Main Display and then the calculated Height is
displayed steady until you press any button or
the unit powers OFF.
Figure #28

During the height routine:
•
•
Press
or
to re-shoot the previous point.
The laser is not active while measuring the ANG1 and ANG2
values. As long as you hold
, the inclination reading is
displayed and updated as your aiming point changes. The measured
inclination is based upon your aiming point when you release
•
When the height result is displayed, just press
routine and repeat the steps.
to start the
.
Laser Technology, Inc. TruPulse 200X User's Manual 3rd Edition
Page 38
2-Step Height Routine
This method is best for measuring trees where the top is generally not directly over the
base. However, you do have to have a clear line of sight to the top and the base to
measure distance and inclination there.
Shot 1: INC to top
Shot 2: INC to base
= Measured
= Calculated
Figure #29
1.
2.
3.
4.

Scroll to the VD Measurement Mode
Shoot to the top of the object. You may need to reshoot to make sure you're
getting the highest point. Record this value as VDt.
Without moving your location at all, shoot to the base of the object and record
this value as VDb (it may be a negative value).
The resulting Height value is VDt - VDb.
The 2D Missing Line Routine may be used for this also. The resulting Missing
Line Vertical Distance value will be the Height of the object. See next section for
information about the 2D Missing Line Routine.
Section 5 – Measurement Modes
Page 39
2D Missing Line Routine
The 2D Missing Line Routine calculates distances and angles to describe the relationship
between two points in two-dimensional space (connecting vector). This routine is ideal
for remote slope determinations and changes in elevation from one location.
The simple routine prompts you to take two shots to targets: "Shot 1” and “Shot 2”.
The TruPulse uses the results to calculate four variables between the two points:
slope distance, inclination, horizontal distance, and vertical distance as shown in
figure to the right.
•
•
•
•
Horizontal Distance: Horizontal component of the missing line.
Vertical Distance: Change in elevation between point #1 and point #2.
Slope Distance: Length of the missing line.
Inclination between point #1 and point #2.
= Measured
= Calculated
Figure #30
If you were to actually stand at the location of shot 1 and take a measurement to shot 2,
the calculated values would be from shot 1 to shot 2. If the first shot is father away and
higher than the second shot, the measurement values: HD, SD will be positive values and
INC, VD will be negative values. If the first shot is closer than second shot, the
measurement values: HD, SD, INC, VD will be positive values.
Laser Technology, Inc. TruPulse 200X User's Manual 3rd Edition
Page 40
1.
Short press
or
to scroll until the main
display looks similar to Figure #31.
During the 2D Missing Line Routine:
•
•
2.
Press
to re-shoot Shot 1.
Press
to exit the Missing
Line Routine.
Select your first target and look through the
eyepiece, using the crosshair to aim at your
target for the first point. The main display
will have the ML and HD indicators and the
word “Sh 1”. This is prompting you to measure
the Horizontal Distance to the face of the target
3.
Press-and-hold
. The laser status indicator
is displayed while the laser is active. The laser
remains active for a maximum of 10 seconds while
acquiring data about the target. The measured horizontal
distance appears briefly in the Main Display.
4.
The Main display will now prompt you for the
second shot and will look similar to Figure #32.
Looking through the eyepiece and using the crosshair
to aim to the second target. Press-and-hold
Figure #31
, the
Laser status indicator
is displayed while the
laser is active. The laser remains active for a
maximum of 10 seconds while acquiring data about
the target.
Figure #32
Section 5 – Measurement Modes
Page 41
Once the 2nd target is acquired, the Missing Line Vertical Distance results are displayed.
Figure #33
At this time, you can:
•
Press
or
to scroll and see the other missing line measurements
results (HD,SD and INC).
•
Press
twice to exit the missing line results and return to Shot 1.
Figure #34
Laser Technology, Inc. TruPulse 200X User's Manual 3rd Edition
Page 42
Section 6 – Serial Interface
The TruPulse 200X includes a hard-wired serial (RS-232) communication port and
wireless Bluetooth communication is also available. In either case, the measurement data
downloaded from the TruPulse is in ASCII Hex format, and duplicates LTI's Criterion
400 (CR400) communication protocol and download messages.
Format Parameters
4800 baud, 8 data bits no parity, 1 stop bit
Serial Port
Figure #35- shows the pin-out assignments for TruPulse 200X's serial port.
Figure #35
Download Message Format
The CR400 data format follows the guidelines of the NMEA Standard for interfacing
Marine Electronic Navigational Devices, Revision 2.0. NMEA 0183 provides for both
standard and proprietary data formats. Since none of the standard formats are useful for
the data transferred from the TruPulse 200X, special proprietary formats are used. Rules
described in the NMEA standard governing general message structure, leading and
trailing characters, numeric values, delimiting character, checksums, maximum line
length, data rate, and bit format are followed exactly. As required by NMEA 0183, the
CR400-format does not respond to unrecognized header formats, malformed messages, or
messages with invalid checksums.
Section 6 – Serial Interface
Page 43
Requests
The TruPulse 200X accepts Criterion 400 format requests for the firmware version ID.
The instrument will not respond to an invalid query. The format is as follows:
Firmware Version ID Request (1)
$PLTIT,RQ,ID<CR><LF>
$PLTIT The Criterion 400 message identifier.
RQ
Indicates a request message.
ID
Indicates the request type.
<CR> Carriage return.
<LF>
Optional linefeed.
Instrument response:
$PLTIT,ID, model,versionid *csum<CR><LF>
$PLTIT
The Criterion 400 message identifier
ID
Identifies the message type.
model
Indicates the model.
versionid
The main firmware revision number.
*csum
An asterisk followed by a hexadecimal checksum.
The checksum is calculated by XORing all the
characters between the dollar sign and the asterisk.
<CR>
Carriage return.
<LF>
Linefeed.
Examples:
Request:
Response:
$PLTIT,RQ,ID
$ID,TP-100,TruPulse200X-3.14-53,FEB 21 2013,AD9829CF*4FCF
Laser Technology, Inc. TruPulse 200X User's Manual 3rd Edition
Page 44
Firmware Version ID Request (2)
$ID<CR><LF>
$ID
<CR>
<LF>
The request identifier
A carriage return.
An optional line feed character.
Instrument response:
$ID,<model>,<Product name>-<version>-<build number>,Build date, *csum<CR><LF>
$ID
Message identifier.
TPmodel The TruPulse model (TP-100).
versionid The version ID of the internal firmware (preceded by a hyphen).
Date
The effective date of the firmware version.
Csum
32-bit firmware checksum.
*csum CRC16 checksum of the data string up to the asterisk.
Examples:
Request: $ID<CR><LF>
Response: $ID,TP-100,TruPulse200X-3.14-61,JUN 21 2013,8E506B74*A1CF
Serial Number Request
$SN<CR><LF>
$SN
The request identifier.
<CR> A carriage return.
<LF>
An optional line feed character.
Instrument Response:
$SN,SerialNum*csum<CR><LF>
$SN
Message identifier.
SerialNum
TP followed by 6 digit serial number.
*csum CRC16 checksum.
<CR> A carriage return.
<LF>
An optional line feed character.
Examples:
Request: $SN<CR><LF>
Response:
$SN,TP200014*31AA
Section 6 – Serial Interface
Page 45
Remote Trigger (RUN) Request
$GO,n<CR><LF>
$GO
The request identifier.
n
Number of iteration.
If number of iterations is omitted, it executes same as previous run.
<CR> A carriage return.
<LF>
An optional line feed character.
Instrument Response:
$OK*csum<CR><LF>
$OK
Message identifier.
*csum CRC16 checksum of data string up to the asterisk.
Examples:
$GO,0
$GO,3
Continuous measurements
3 measurements
Remote Trigger (STOP) Request
$ST<CR><LF>
$ST
The request identifier.
<CR>
A carriage return.
<LF>
An optional line feed character.
Instrument Response:
$OK*csum<CR><LF>
$OK
Message identifier.
*csum CRC16 checksum of data string up to the asterisk.
Examples:
Request:
Response:
$ST<CR><LF>
$OK*0744
Laser Technology, Inc. TruPulse 200X User's Manual 3rd Edition
Page 46
Download Message Formats
Horizontal Vector (HV) Download Messages
$PLTIT,HV,HDvalue,units,AZvalue,units,INCvalue,units,SDvalue,units,*csum<CR><LF>
where:
$PLTIT,
is the Criterion message identifier.
HV,
Horizontal Vector message type.
HDvalue,
units,
Calculated Horizontal Distance. Two decimal places.
F=feet Y=yards M=meters
units,
Azimuth dummy value (always 0.00).
D=degrees
AZvalue,
INCvalue,
units,
Measured Inclination value. Two decimal places.
May be positive or negative value.
D=degrees
units,
Measured Slope Distance Value. Two decimal places.
F=feet Y=yards M=meters
SDvalue,

*csum
An asterisk followed by a hexadecimal checksum.
The checksum is calculated by XORing all the
characters between the dollar sign and the asterisk.
<CR>
Carriage return.
<LF>
Optional linefeed.
Closest and Farthest Target Modes: multiple targets can be acquired,
however, the download message corresponds to the value that appears in
the Main Display.
Examples:
Horizontal Vector: $PLTIT,HV,48.65,F,,,-1.50,D,48.67,F*16
Inclination Only: $PLTIT,AG,-3.85,D*06
Section 6 – Serial Interface
Page 47
Height (HT) Download Messages
$PLTIT,HT,HTvalue,units,*csum<CR><LF>
where:
$PLTIT,
is the Criterion message identifier.
HT,
Height message type.
HTvalue,
units,
Calculated Height. Two decimal places.
F=feet Y=yards M=meters
*csum
An asterisk followed by a hexadecimal checksum.
The checksum is calculated by XORing all the
characters between the dollar sign and the asterisk.
<CR>
<LF>
Carriage return.
Optional linefeed.
Example:
$PLTIT,HT,22.10,F*0C
Laser Technology, Inc. TruPulse 200X User's Manual 3rd Edition
Page 48
Missing Line (ML) Download Messages
For "Sh 1" and "Sh 2" refer to Horizontal Vector (HV) Download Message (Page 46).
$PLTIT,ML,HD,HDunits,AZ,AZunits,INC,INCunits,SD,SDunits*csum<CR><LF>
$PLTIT,
is the Criterion message identifier.
ML,
Missing Line message type.
HD,
Specifies horizontal distance measurement value.
HDunits,
Specifies horizontal distance units. F=feet, M=meters, Y=yards.
AZ,
Specifies azimuth measurement value.
AZunits,
Specifies azimuth units. D=degrees.
INC,
Specifies inclination measurement value.
INCunits,
Specifies inclination units. D=degrees.
SD,
Specifies slope distance measurement value.
SDunits
Specifies slope distance units. F=feet, M=meters, Y=yards.
*csum
An asterisk followed by a hexadecimal checksum.
The checksum is calculated by XORing all the
characters between the dollar sign and the asterisk.
<CR>
Carriage return.
<LF>
Line feed.
Example:
$PLTIT,ML,8.95,M,15.94,D,9.30,M*15
Section 7 – Care & Maintenance
Page 49
Section 7 - Care & Maintenance
The battery is the only user-replaceable parts in the TruPulse 200X. Do not remove any
screws. To do so will effect or void the LTI Limited Warranty.
Operating Temperature
The instrument is rated for an operating temperature range of -4 to +140º F
(-20 to +60º C). Do not expose the TruPulse 200X to temperatures outside this range.
Moisture and Dust Protection
The TruPulse 200X is sealed to provide protection from normally expected field
conditions. It is protected from dust and light moisture.

If water leakage is suspected:
1.
2.
3.
Power OFF the TruPulse 200X.
Remove the battery.
Air dry the TruPulse 200X at room temperature with the
battery compartment open.
Shock Protection
The TruPulse 200X is a precision instrument and should be handled with care. It will
withstand a reasonable drop shock. If the unit suffers from a severe drop shock, you may
need to send the unit to LTI for service repair.
Aligning the Tilt Sensor
The TruPulse 200X tilt sensor cannot be realigned in the field. If you have problems with
inclination measurements, contact Laser Technology, Inc. to arrange to return the
instrument to the factory for realignment.
Transporting
When transporting the TruPulse 200X, the unit should be secured in the provided
carrying case. The provided neck strap can be used when carrying the TruPulse 200X in
the field.
Laser Technology, Inc. TruPulse 200X User's Manual 3rd Edition
Page 50
Cleaning
Clean the TruPulse 200X after each use, before returning it to its carrying case. Check all
of the following items:
•
•
•
•
Excess moisture. Towel off excess moisture and air dry the instrument at room
temperature with the battery removed and the battery compartment open.
Exterior dirt. Wipe exterior surfaces clean to prevent grit buildup in the
carrying case. Isopropanol may be used to remove dirt and fingerprints from
the exterior.
Dirty lenses. Use a lens brush to remove surface dust and loose particles from
the front panel lenses. To clean a lens with a clean cloth or lens tissue.
Transmit and Receive Lenses. Use the provided lens cloth to wipe the lenses.
Failure to keep the lenses clean may damage them.
Storing
If you won't be using the TruPulse 200X again soon, remove the battery before storing
the instrument.
Section 8 - Specifications
Page 51
Section 8 - Specifications
All specifications are subject to change without notice. Please refer to LTI's website for
current specifications. If you are not able to locate the information on the website or if
you do not have internet access, please contact LTI via phone or fax. Please contact
LTI to request more detailed information about user self-calibration instructions and
information
Weight:
13.5 ounces
(382 g)
Size:
5.2 x 2.1 x 4.5 in
(13 x 5 x 11 cm)
Data Com:
Serial Port and Bluetooth
Max Range:
0 to 8,200 ft (0 m to 2,500 m) to reflective target
3 to 6,233 ft (0 m to 1,900 m) typical to non-reflective
Range Accuracy:
±1.6 in (±4 cm) typical targets <400m;
±6 inches (±15cm) typical targets < 1000m
±1.6 in (±4 cm) to ±1 ft (±30 cm) to distant and weak
targets*
*Note: Target quality can be affected by atmospheric
conditions, such as heat shimmer, dust, target
reflectance, traverse angle to target and beam spread.
Range Resolution:
1 inch, 0.1 yard, 1 cm
Inclination Accuracy:
± 0.1 degree typical
Improper set up can result in deviation of the
specified accuracy
Inclination Limits:
± 85 degrees
Inclination Resolution:
0.1 degrees, 0.1%
Inclination Units:
Degrees, % Slope
Power:
3.0 volts DC nominal; (1) CR123A battery
(Alkaline, NiCd/NiMH, Lithium)
Battery Duration:
12 Hours Continuous Use
Laser Technology, Inc. TruPulse 200X User's Manual 3rd Edition
Page 52
Environmental:
Water and dust resistant;
IP 56
Temperature:
-4 to +140° F (-20 to +60° C)
Eye Safety:
FDA Class 1 (CFR 21)
Optics:
7X magnification with field of view:
330 ft @ 1,000 yds (100 m @ 915m away)
Display:
In-scope LED
Range Units:
Feet/Inches, Meters/Centimeters, Yards
Inclination Units
Degrees, Slope %
Declaration of Conformity:
Contact LTI for details. See inside front cover
for LTI contact information
Section 9 - Main Display LED Characters
Page 53
Section 9 - Main Display LED Characters
The LED Main Display and Lower Display are used to convey messages and
measurement results. When all of the indicators are active
Main Display:
Lower Display:
Numbers 0-9:
Alpha Characters:
=a
=g
=p
=b
=h
=r
=c
=i
=s
=d
=l
=t
=e
=n
=u
=f
=o
Due to the limited number of characters available, many messages have to be abbreviated. The table
below lists the messages that appear in the Main Display.
Message
Explanation
Page #
Angle 1 Height Routine
36
Angle 2 Height Routine
36
Baud rate
28
LED brightness
20
Bluetooth
29
High quality target
7
Closest Target Mode
25
Laser Technology, Inc. TruPulse 200X User's Manual 3rd Edition
Page 54
Message
Explanation
Page #
Continuous Mode
23
Degrees
21
Bluetooth Copy Mode (Reserved for
future use with the MapStar TruAngle)
29
Farthest Target Mode
24
Filter Mode
22
Gate Value
26
Gate Mode
26
Off
various
On
various
Percent Slope
34
Shot 1 Missing Line Routine
40
Shot 2 Missing Line Routine
40
Shot 1 Height Routine
35
Standard Target Mode
24
Targeting Mode
24
Unit
21
Section 10- LTI Limited Warranty
Page 55
Section 10 – LTI Limited Warranty
Standard Limited Product Warranty
Laser Technology, Inc. (“LTI”) warrants products it manufactures to be in good working
order, free from defects in materials and workmanship, for a period of 12 months from
the date of purchase from LTI or an authorized LTI dealer.
In order to activate your one-year Limited Warranty, please register at
www.lasertech.com/warranty. If you do not have Internet access, please complete the
Limited Warranty Registration Card and return to Laser Technology, Inc. (LTI), within
30 days of purchase.
Warranty Exclusions
To the fullest extent allowed by law, LTI hereby disclaims all other express or implied
warranties for the product, including, without limitation, any warranty as to
merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.
This limited warranty does not include service or repair of damage to the product
resulting from accident, disaster, misuse, abuse, non-LTI modification of the product,
batteries or damage caused by batteries used in our products. If your product uses LTI
software which requires registration, that registration must also be completed to benefit
from this limited warranty. Software reproduction is forbidden. LTI has no obligation to
modify or upgrade a product once sold.
Limitation of Liability
In no event will LTI be liable for damages including any lost profits, lost savings or other
incidental or consequential damages arising from the use or inability to use such product.
Furthermore, LTI shall not be held responsible if an LTI authorized dealer has been
advised of the possibility of such damage, or for any claim by another party. Any
responsibility and/or liability of LTI shall be limited to the maximum amount to the
original purchase price.
Remedy
To obtain service during the one-year warranty period, call LTI’s Service Center or visit
www.lasertech.com/rma for a Return Merchandise Authorization number. Send the
product to LTI or an Authorized Service Center with proof of purchase date. If the
product is delivered by mail, you agree to insure the product or assume the risk of loss or
damage in transit, and to prepay shipping costs for door-to-door delivery. LTI will, at its
option, repair or replace the product at no additional charge, except as set forth within
this limited warranty. Replacement parts and products may be new or reconditioned.
Replaced parts or products become the property of LTI.
Laser Technology, Inc. TruPulse 200X User's Manual 3rd Edition
Page 56
Section 11 – Troubleshooting
**See Page 30 for Bluetooth troubleshooting information.
Problem
Remedy
The unit does not power
ON or the LED does not
illuminate.
Press
.
Check and if necessary, replace the battery or batteries.
The target cannot be
acquired.
Make sure the unit is powered ON.
Make sure that the transmit and receive lens are not
obstructed.
Make sure the unit is held steady while pressing
.
Make sure that you press-and hold
as long as the
laser is active (10 second maximum).
If not using a reflector, make sure that Filter Mode is
OFF.
The TruPulse 200X does
not have an OFF button.
Simultaneously press-and-hold
4 seconds.
and
for
To conserve battery power, the unit turns itself off if no
button presses are detected after a specified length of
time:
•
With Bluetooth OFF:
2 minutes
•
With Bluetooth ON:
30 minutes
Incorrect measurements.
The tilt sensor may need to be aligned. Contact LTI for
assistance. See inside front cover for LTI contact
information.
Download PDF

advertising