RT-Range Local Co-ordinates Quick Config
20 July 2009
The RT-Range has its own set of local co-ordinates. Local co-ordinates are useful for plotting the position or trajectory of the hunter and targets. Plotting latitude and longitude directly in degrees means that the axis proportions are not easily the same. Distances in latitude and longitude are not intuitive whereas local co-ordinates are output expressed in metres or feet, which are easier to interpret.
The local co-ordinates in the RT-Range can be different to the local co-ordinates used by any of the RT3000ís. Traditionally the local co-ordinates are configured as part of the RT-Range Configuration Wizard but now they can be set and changed quickly using the Quick Config window.
Using the RT-Range Quick Config you can transfer the local co-ordinate settings from any RT3000 on the network to the RT-Range. This synchronises the local co-ordinates used by the RT3000 and the RT-Range.