Brunton

BR-5007-020

ComPro International Transit Compass Brunton Quads 4 X 90 Degrees

Zone

With a body made of composite materials, this Transit is a lighter, more affordable alternative. It incorporates an Alnico V magnet, precisely balanced on a sapphire bearing, resulting in a powerful magnet, which quickly seeks magnetic north and permits faster readings. 

Once calibrated, the Brunton Com-Pro International is more accommodating to regional fluctuations in magnetic force than is the Brunton Com-Pro Classic. The Brunton Com-Pro Internationals accuracy is not as precise as the Classic but is suitable for users who plan on using the instrument in different regions of the world. The compass was pre-balanced for each zone. Download Bruton 5007/5008 compass zone and country list as reference to get right balance for your compass.

BR-5007 Quick reference : (more details please download the zone and country list)

Country

Australia/ Centeral

New Zealand

PNG

Fiji

Zone

M-1

N

I

K

Balance

095

140

070

080

Features

  • 0-90° Quads
  • Alnico V magnets for quick magnetic north needle alignment
  • Vertical angle measurements to +/- 90° or 100% grade
  • A percent grade scale with increments of 5%
  • Induction dampened needle for quick, accurate readings
  • Sapphire jewel bearing allows for smooth needle movement
  • Magnetic declination adjustment allows for east or westdeclination settings to +/- 180°
  • Azimuth accuracy ±1/2° with 1° graduations
  • Vertical accuracy ±1/2° with 1° graduations and 10 minute readability
  • Short and long sights for increased accuracy when sighting azimuth or vertical angles
  • Precision aligned mirror with convenient "see-through" sighting capability
  • Composite body material has less thermal retention
  • Ball & socket tripod mount for increased accuracy
  • O-rings make the Com-Pro waterproof for increased reliability
  • Leather case included

Download Bruton 5007/5008 compass balance zone/ country list

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