Abstract

This paper presents the results of comparative field tests of rangefinders with an eye-safe radiation wavelength of λ=1.54  μm and a radiation wavelength of λ=1.06  μm under the same weather conditions. It was shown that the rangefinder with the radiation wavelength of λ=1.54  μm provides similar parameters for measuring the distance as the rangefinder with the radiation wavelength of λ=1.06  μm at significantly lower output radiation energies (by a factor of 3 to 4).

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