- Add and Subtract -It's not always so simple as taking one shot to get the measurement you need. Sometimes its handy to add multiple shots together, or subtract a negative space from a measurement. As you use the Add/Subtract function, the final result is displayed in the main line, and the last measurement taken is shown above.
- Bluetooth Smart (4.0) - Yard Send measurements directly to your apps using Bluetooth Smart. See our App Directory for a list of apps that all kinds of professionals are using to transform the way they work. See our blog for more information about device compatibility.
- Painter Function -Painter Function When the DISTO is in area or volume mode, you can use the add / subtract function to total up the area of several surfaces, or subtract an area, like a door for example, from a measurement.
- Stake Out Function - The stake out function uses the continuous measurement mode to indicate where to place stakes along a stake-out line. Ideal for any situation where you need to place objects at a consistent interval. The display shows the distance to the next stake out point and the DISTO beeps as you approach it.
- Area / Volume -Area / Volume In area mode, the DISTO determines the area of a rectangle or square in two shots. Volume mode adds a third vertical shot to calculate volume.
- Intelligent End piece - The end piece is an integral part of the tool, connected to the circuit board. In the closed position the DISTO knows to measure from its base. Flip it open 90 degrees to align the base perfectly on an edge or corner. Flip it out all the way and you can put this baby in a corner to accurately measure diagonals. Otherwise, the width of the base would prevent you from getting all the way into the corner, rendering the measurement inaccurate.
- Min / Max Function -Min / Max Function In Min/Max mode, you "sweep" the laser point into a corner. The longest measurement is recorded. Very useful for accurate diagonal room or window/door measurements.
- Pythagoras Function - Take indirect height and width measurements using the Pythagorean Theorem. Three Point Pythagoras The key is to make sure your second shot -- the "rectangular shot" -- is perpendicular to the point you are measuring, shown as the 90° angle in the images. The best way to ensure accuracy is to use a tripod and an adapter.
|Typical measuring accuracy||1/16" /± 1.5 mm|
|ISO 16331-1 certified Range||up to 330 ft / up to 100 m|
|Measuring units||0.000 m, 0.00 ft, 0'00" 1/16, 0 in 1/16|
|Memory||Last 10 values|
|Data Interface||Bluetooth Smart V4.0|
|Measurements per set of batteries||up to 10,000|
|Multifunctional end-piece||Yes, Intelligent recognition|
|Batteries||2x AAA 1.5 V (Ships with alkaline)|
|Display||3 line display with illumination|
|Protection class||IP 54, dust & splash protected|
|Dimensions||4.57 x 1.73 x 1.02 in / 116 x 44 x 26 mm|
|Weight with batteries||3.53 oz / 100 g|
|Minimum / maximum measurements||Yes|
|Area / volume calculation||Yes|
|Pythagoras functions||2 points, 3 points|
|Stake-out function||Yes, single value|
|Subtraction / addition||Yes|
|Timer function||Yes, variable|
|Beep||Yes, switchable on/off|
|Operating temperature range||14°F to 122°F / -10°C to 50°C|
|Storage temperature range||-13°F to 158°F / -25°Cto 70°C|