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    The Haglof EC II-D-R is a small-size, multi-function instrument that you can use to get a quick estimate of your stand volume. The EC II-D-R offers adjustable factors and great accuracy for your height measurements.

    To use, simply measure the height and count number of stems with the gauge. The basal area and a volume estimate of the stand is presented to you in the instrument display.

    • Height, number of stems, basal area calculation and volume estimate
    • Adjustable form factor
    • Distance calculation at ref. height
    • Basal area featured in the display
    • Eliminates calculation errors
    • Beaded chain extending to 60cm/24”
    • Volume presentation based on input upper height x form factor x basal area

    The EC II D-R is an electronic clinometer with a factor gauge and in-built functions to get estimates for basal area and volume. Use the EC II D-R for height readings from any manually measured and input distance or with a calculated distance.

    The distance calculation is performed with trigonometry and a reference height set at 2m/6ft on the object to measure. The EC II D-R model also offers adjustable form factor from 0.10…0.95 (default 0.45). Use the built-in basal area functions to count number of stems in your EC II D-R with one of four basal area factors (0.5,1,2,4 or 5,10,20,40). The EC II D-R will automatically display a calculation of the basal area and give a volume estimate based on the dominant tree height or average height.

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    Artikelnummer
    15-102-1020

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