The Pulsar Accolade 2 XP50 LRF PRO thermal imaging binoculars are built on the basis of the experience gained in the production of Helion 2 series thermal imaging devices, with a microbolometer with a resolution of 640×480 pixels, equipped with a super-sensitive NETD < 25mK sensor. The device allows you to observe a warm human-sized lens at a distance of up to 1800 meters. Thanks to the use of a microbolometer with a pixel size of 17 micrometers, with a refresh rate of 50 Hz, a very sharp image was obtained, free from blurring even in the case of observing fast-moving objects. The use of two independent displays and viewfinders significantly improves the comfort of observation. The magnification can be changed digitally in the range from 2.5 to 20x (1x / 2x / 4x / 8x digital magnification, the basic optical magnification is 2.5x).
The image can be adapted to your needs by setting the appropriate contrast, brightness and choosing one of the eight available color palettes. The device includes a laser rangefinder that allows you to accurately determine the distance to the selected object. The binoculars have a built-in WiFi module that allows you to connect to a mobile device on which you can run the StreamVision application. This application allows you to remotely observe the image obtained by the thermal imager, it also allows you to control the binoculars via a smartphone or tablet. Easily replaceable IPS7 type batteries are used for power supply, allowing for 7 hours of continuous operation. Optionally, IPS14 batteries with twice the capacity can be attached to the Imager.
The Accolade 2 LRF XP50 model is equipped with a lens with f / 1.2 aperture and 50mm focal length. With such parameters, it is possible to observe objects at a distance of up to 1,800 meters with a field of view of over 12 degrees (twice as much as in the case of typical hunting binoculars).
The binoculars are fully waterproof, can be submerged to a depth of 1 meter within one hour, and are also fully dustproof.
The most important features of Pulsar Accolade:
Improved sensor < 25mK
Advanced NETD sensor with a sensitivity of <25 mK guarantees precise recognition of details even in unfavorable weather conditions such as rain and fog, even when the temperature contrast is small. Minimal temperature differences are clearly visible.
Full comfort during long observations
Binocular observation significantly reduces eye strain during use. The human brain is used to receiving images from two sources at the same time and combining them together. During observation with one eye, we force the brain to change its natural processes, which can quickly lead to uncomfortable observation and fatigue.
Built-in laser rangefinder
Accolade has a built-in laser rangefinder that will allow us to precisely determine the distance to the target at a distance of up to 1000 meters with an accuracy of 1 meter. The rangefinder does not increase the dimensions of the binoculars. It is the only device of this type on the market!
The thermal imager is equipped with a modern high-resolution 640×480 pixel sensor.
Pulsar is the only company that enables software updates in its products, thanks to which users have access to the latest improvements. This unique feature keeps the device constantly changing and getting better.
8x digital zoom
Pulsar Accolade 2 offers magnification from 2.5x to 20x.
The device is IPX7 waterproof, which means it is completely waterproof (immersed in water up to 1 meter for 30 minutes).
Intuitive operation combined with modern technology gives us an effective, but also comfortable to use thermal imager.
Built-in video / photo recorder with 16 GB memory
The thermal imager has a built-in video and photo recorder with a capacity of 16 GB. The microUSB port allows you to transfer recordings from the Imager to a computer.
Built-in WiFi module, Polish-language Stream Vision application
Accolade thermal binoculars can communicate with external mobile devices on which, using the free, dedicated, Polish-language StreamVision application, you can view the image, control the functions of the thermal imager, and even conduct a live broadcast using YouTube.
Powered by dedicated batteries of the B-Pack system
Pulsar offers a wide range of batteries for the Accolade 2 series: IPS7, IPS14.
The “Display OFF” function instantly turns on / off the display without turning off the device, which saves battery power and makes it easier to remain unnoticed in the dark.
Frost-resistant AMOLED displays with a resolution of 640×480 pixels
High-resolution displays (640×480 pixels), combined with high resistance to extreme temperatures, ensure that the device will not disappoint us even in the most difficult conditions.
The use of high-quality germanium optics ensures a detection range of up to 1800m.
Picture in Picture mode
It allows you to enlarge the central part of the image in a specially displayed window. The additional window only takes up 10% of the total display area.
There are different color palettes of the image – the user has 8 versions at his disposal (White Hot, Black Hot, Hot Red, RedMonochrome, Rainbow, Ultramarine, Violet, Sepia)
Wide temperature range
Accolade thermal imaging devices can be used at any time of the year – the device operates in the range from -25 to +50 degrees Celsius.
High refresh rate
Even when observing moving objects, the image is smooth and the observations are comfortable thanks to the refresh rate of 50 Hz.
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