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The Rangefinder tab contains the following controls:


new-16x16 = new feature




Availability of the "Rangefinder"  tab in different editions





The Rangefinder tab



Rangefinder serial port settings:


The Serial Port Parameters are used to specify communication settings for your auxiliary serial port. For most serial devices, it is usually not necessary to specify the Parity, Databits and Stopbits additional serial communication settings.


Port: Choose the COM port that your Rangefinder is connected to on your device. The default is COM8.

Parity: Choose the parity of your Rangefinder. The default is No parity.

Baud: Choose the baud rate (data transfer speed) of your Rangefinder’s output. The default is 4800.

Databits: Choose the number of data bits of your Rangefinder. The default is 8 bits.

Stopbits: Choose the number of stop bits of your Rangefinder. The default is 1 stopbit.


 Connect  - Connects to the Rangefinder.


 Disconnect  - Disconnects the Rangefinder.


Rangefinder debug: shows NMEA sentences when the Rangefinder is active.