It takes a standard Mini USB so you could run it that way. Or you can put rechargeable AA batteries in it and not have to deal with a cord.Isn't there a charging adapter included that I can simply keep plugged in?
It will not stand up on its own, it needs a tripod or some kind of mount that screws into a brass stud point in the bottom of the unit. I got a small tripod to puts it somewhere between 1-12 inches above the bench height based on what I'm shooting. A small one with less adjustability would probably work fine also.y bench is very spacious. Is a tripod needed, or is the unit self standing on a wide, flat surface?
So, I pulled the trigger on a new Labradar today. I am also ordering the trigger switch.
My shooting range is my back yard, and I shoot from a covered deck on the back of my house, so I have electricity available.
I won't need a rechargeable battery pack will I? Isn't there a charging adapter included that I can simply keep plugged in?
My bench is very spacious. Is a tripod needed, or is the unit self standing on a wide, flat surface?
All that matters is that the voltage is regulated to the 5V DC standard for the USB input, and that the wattage is appropriate. The only converters I use are Apple or Anker, they each work just fine with USB-based charging and operation on electronics.That isn't the same type of power source as a battery.
Can you point me in the right direction to find this battery pack that you speak of please...The JKL trigger with magnetic option works for a wide range of rifles. It works on anything metal on the rifle. Scope rings, actions, bottom metal. Previously I had to move it closer for suppressed, back for brakes, and short barreled guns. With the trigger, all that movement is eliminated. Go ahead and get the external battery pack because it will eat batteries otherwise.
Can you point me in the right direction to find this battery pack that you speak of please...
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That's good information, and one of the reasons I asked for the guidance. I got it coming and that hopefully completes my LabRadar package. I also picked up a new Revic BR4 ballistic rangefinder to replace my old Gunwerks G7 BR2. Now, if I can just get the time to play with my new toys.Lots of guys bought generic battery packs from Amazon and saved a few bucks. Unfortunately, a few of the packs damaged their LabRadar units. Apparently, they didn't meet the required specs. Volts, amps, no sure??