Telos XP50 is the world’s first expandable thermal monocular.
The monocular is characterized by the highest thermal sensitivity NETD <18 m, guaranteeing even more precise recognition of details even during unfavorable astronomical conditions, as well as the highest quality sensor with a resolution of 640×480 and a pixel size of 17 µm.
The lens used with an aperture of f/1.0 and a focal length of 50 mm guarantees even better observation quality and the detection range of human-sized objects at a distance of up to 1800 m.
The modern, highly ergonomic design of the tube made of the highest quality materials, as well as the well-thought-out spacing of control buttons, will provide the user with the highest comfort and simplicity of use.
The image is transmitted by an AMOLED HD display with a resolution of 1024×768 pixels.
A convenient and practical magnification knob allows you to smoothly change from 2.5x to 10x.
As technology develops and needs change, the device is adapted to subsequent modifications, it will be possible to, for example, improve the sensor, lens, electronics, battery, or even add an additional channel and make the monocular multispectral – all for a fraction of the price of the full device.
The image can be adjusted to your needs by setting the contrast, brightness and selecting one of the eight available color palettes.
Telos has a built-in Wi-Fi module that allows you to connect to a mobile device on which you can run the StreamVision 2 application. This application allows you to remotely observe the image obtained by the thermal imager, and also allows you to control the binoculars via a smartphone or tablet.
The thermal imager uses an innovative, replaceable LPS 7i battery, allowing up to 8 hours of continuous operation. Additionally, the device is equipped with a quick charging system and the ability to be powered via a USB-C cable.