Pulsar has presented a new, high-end version of its Merger thermal imaging binoculars at the SHOT Show. It has been equipped with a germanium F50/1.0 lens ensuring high transmission in the LWIR wave range and a new sensor with a resolution of 1024x768 pixels in the size of 12 um. The refresh rate is 50 Hz and the thermal sensitivity (NETD) is <40 mK.
Taking into account the nomenclature used by Pulsar, it can be assumed that the next models of thermal imagers from this manufacturer with a resolution of 1024x768 pixels will also be marked as XL.
Magnesium alloy binoculars have a 2.5x base magnification that can be digitally increased to 20x. At minimum zoom, the device provides a 14x10.5° field of view and a detection range of 1.8 m high objects up to 2300 meters.
The Merger LRF XL50 has an integrated laser rangefinder with a range of 1000 meters. Two batteries are responsible for powering the thermal imager: internal 4000 mAh and a replaceable 3200 mAh. The device is adapted to work in temperatures from -25 to +50°C and has a high standard of water resistance: IPX7. The manufacturer provides support for 2.4 and 5 GHz Wi-Fi connectivity.
The software used allows the user to use many useful options. There are three levels of image enhancement based on improved algorithms, which, combined with high-contrast AMOLED displays and eight color palettes, allow the user to fine-tune visibility to their needs. Merger LRF XL50 offers the storage of photos and videos in the device's internal memory of 16 GB. Concealed use of the binoculars is facilitated by the proximity sensor, which automatically turns the screens on and off when the Imager is brought closer or further away from the eyes.
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