The Pulsar Merger LRF XL50 offers next-level thermal imaging. The image generated by the new 1024x768 pixels thermal sensor has high definition and rich details. It is ideal for uncompromised identification. Silhouettes, anatomy and behavioral characteris Read more
The Pulsar Merger LRF XL50 offers next-level thermal imaging. The image generated by the new 1024x768 pixels thermal sensor has high definition and rich details. It is ideal for uncompromised identification. Silhouettes, anatomy and behavioral characteristics of animals are clearly visible and easy to distinguish.
Unprecedented versatility: a wide field of view and detailed imaging at any magnification for problem-free object identification. High image quality over the entire magnification range of 2.5-20x.
The Merger LRF XL50 offers a wide field of view for easy scanning and spotting. Explore landscapes in HD quality with a wide 14-degree field of view and optimal 2.5x magnification. Thanks to the large sensor, you have the best FOV/magnification ratio in its class, even at high zoom levels, up to 20x.
Extra-long detection range
A powerful objective lens combined with a professional 12 µm / 1024x768 pix HD thermal image sensor provides exceptional detection capabilities. A standard object of 1.8 m height can be detected at a distance of 2300 m in complete darkness.
The Merger LRF thermal binoculars are built based on the classic design of daylight binoculars. Thanks to a compact size, these thermal binoculars fit comfortably in the hand, but still offer attractive external aesthetics and excellent ergonomics. The six function buttons are placed in the comfort zone and the most commonly used digital device functions are activated at the touch of a button.
Comfortable viewing experience with both eyes The optical design of the Merger LRF binoculars fully takes into account the nature of human vision. It is natural for a person to receive visual information simultaneously through two visual channels. Looking with two eyes is less tiring than with one eye. This means better detection of small or faint objects and better performance in low-contrast situations than comparable monocular thermal devices of the same technical level. The interpupillary distance of the Merger LRF binoculars is adjustable from 62 to 74 mm in accordance with the individual characteristics of a particular user.
The Merger LRF XL50 is powered by two rechargeable batteries: one built-in with a capacity of 4 Ah, the other replaceable with a capacity of 3.2 Ah. A single charge guarantees a long battery life.
|Microbolometer||HD 1024x768 pixels. @ 12 µm|
|NETD value||<40 mK|
|Display type/resolution||AMOLED HD 1024x768|
|Magnification||2.5 - 20x|
|Detection distance||2300 m|
|Laser range finder||1000m|
|Battery type||Dual Li-Ion power system: APS 3|