Recently previewed at SOFIC 2014 in Tampa, Rianov has been putting the finishing touches on their latest ballistic computer, the Eagle II. Designed with high-speed, low-drag in mind, the Eagle II can store dope information for up to 16 different weapons.
Using previous dope information, the low-profile ballistic computer kit is capable of reading temperature, barometric pressure, cant, and angle to provide the shooter with a complete shooting solution. The Eagle II is easily manipulated via its remote keypad, situated anywhere on the weapon system.
The Eagle is available with rail and scope mounts for 1″, 30mm, 34mm, and 35mm scopes. The computer itself retails for $750 for US domestic customers and $900 for international prospects. Mount kits retail for approximately $59 each.
Detailed specs from Rainov below:
|Display||LCD 16 Character x 3 Rows|
|User Interface||5 Function Keypad – Remote placement|
|Operating Temperature Range||-40°F to 140°F (-40°C to 60°C)|
|Altitude Range||-1,600ft to 29,600ft (-300m to 9,000m)|
|Barometric Pressure Resolution||0.01 INHg|
|Optical Ranging||> 5,000 Yards|
|Angular Range (Slope)||±85° (Look Angle)|
|Angular Range (Cant)||±90°|
|Angular Resolution||< 0.1°|
|Battery Type||CR-123 (1 required)|