Pulsar Merger LRF XL50 Thermal Binoculars
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The Pulsar Merger LRF XL50 thermal imaging binoculars offer a high-definition thermal imaging experience with a 1024x768 HD sensor. This sensor provides detailed images, ideal for identifying specific features of observed animals. The binoculars offer a variable 2.5-20x magnification range, maintaining high image detail across the range. The wide 14 degrees field of view allows for easy scanning and spotting, even at high zoom levels.
The device has an impressive detection range of up to 2300m in darkness, thanks to a powerful objective lens and a professional-grade thermal sensor. It maintains a classic binocular design, with a small form factor and six function buttons for easy access to digital device functions. The binoculars offer a comfortable viewing experience with both eyes, leading to better detection of small or faint objects and improved performance in low-contrast scenarios.
The Merger LRF XL50 features a precise laser rangefinder with a measuring distance of up to 1000m, essential for making informed decisions in the field. It is powered by a dual battery system, ensuring a long battery life of up to 8 hours. The device also offers three levels of sensitivity amplification for long-range observation in diverse weather and temperature conditions.
The binoculars use a 50mm f1.0 germanium objective lens for high infrared transmission, resulting in a well-distinguished thermal image. The device is housed in a rugged magnesium alloy housing for protection against shocks, drops, and temperature extremes. It also features a built-in photo and video recorder with 16GB of internal storage and an additional 16GB of free Cloud storage.
The Merger LRF XL50 is integrated with Wi-Fi and compatible with Android and iOS devices via the Stream Vision 2 mobile app. It supports dual-band Wi-Fi for better bandwidth and faster data transfer. The device offers a selection of 8 colour palettes for effective observation and is IPX7 waterproof rated. It operates effectively in extreme temperatures, between -25°C and +50°C.