Pulsar Accolade 2 LRF XP50 PROCode: F_1491
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Thermal Imaging Binoculars
Accolade 2 LRF XP50 Pro
A new level of thermal imaging
The Accolade LRF model is equipped with a built-in laser rangefinder that allows accurate measurement of the distance to the object of observation.
The highly sensitive sensor
Accolade 2 XP50 PRO uses a microbolometer to capture the thermal image with a NETD sensitivity of < 25 millikelvin (mK), which characterizes the sensor's ability to distinguish between two nearby points with the smallest possible temperature difference. The lower the NETD value, the better the sensor can detect small temperature differences between objects and separate them from ambient thermal noise. For example, during precipitation, fog or a cold morning, when the surrounding environment has low temperature contrast and these are the most difficult conditions for thermal imaging, in this case, due to the high sensitivity, the sensor will be able to distinguish the smallest temperature differences and the sight will provide the hunter with a clear image with better contrast.
Compared to the monocular design, where the user observes with one eye, viewing with the Accolade binoculars is much more pleasant and there is no eye fatigue even with prolonged viewing. In addition, the perception of the image when observing with both eyes is natural for humans and therefore the recognition of the details of the object of observation is more accurate.
Image Boost Technology
Image Boost Technology is a patented combination of software algorithms that increase the sharpness of the contours of thermal objects and delivers unparalleled image quality. Image Boost will make the image appear sharper, with very good rendering of even the smallest details of thermal objects, allowing for better detection and identification.
Long Detection Distance
The powerful lens combined with a professional temperature sensor with NETD sensitivity < 25 mK provide the instrument with exceptional detection capabilities. A standard 1.8 m object can be detected in total darkness at a distance of up to 1800 m
Variable Digital Zoom
Up to 8x digital zoom, provides better aiming and overall target recognition at longer distances.
Photo and Video Recorder
Built-in video recorder is a great help for capturing and preserving unique memories. One press of the REC button creates a recording that you can share with friends. The built-in 16Gb memory is used to store hours of video footage or take thousands of pictures. Video is saved with audio, so you can add your own commentary to the footage.
Stream Vision app
Using Wi-Fi, you can connect the Accolade to your smartphone or tablet to view the on-screen image, download recorded videos and photos , remote control , update the software and many other useful features.
IPX7 waterproof protection protects the device from rain, snow and dust and keeps the device operational even after immersion in 1 meter of water for up to 30 minutes.
B-Pack power system
The Accolade 2 uses the progressive B-Pack system for power, which consists of a quick-change IPS7 rechargeable battery with a 6.4 A-h capacity and providing up to 8 hours of operation. A more powerful IPS14 battery pack or a container for conventional AA batteries is also available to serve as an off-grid power solution.
High resolution microbolometer 640x480 pixels at 17µm
The use of a 640x480px resolution detection sensor and advanced image processing algorithms has resulted in unprecedented image quality with high sharpness, contrast, improved game identification and recognition of even the smallest details and even bushes, branches, grass and terrain. As a result, the Accolade 2 XP50 PRO outperforms even competing devices several times more expensive.
Full-colour AMOLED display
The full-colour display uses AMOLED technology, which provides high contrast between white and black, and displays in very vivid colours. AMOLED technology also has the advantage of smooth displaying without slowdown even at very low temperatures and energy saving.
8 colour palettes
In different viewing conditions, it is advisable to use different colour combinations to display the image. The Accolade XP50 PRO thermal imager offers up to 8 colour display palettes. While the classic "White Hot" mode is extremely versatile, the "Hot Black" mode is often preferred for detecting wildlife at night. Red monochrome reduces glare to the eye from the brightness of the display. Sepia color often improves long distance viewing, while "Red Hot", "Rainbow" and "Ultramarine" render temperature differences of different objects better. Purple helps to identify objects more quickly.
External power supply
Accolade 2 thermal imaging cameras can be charged by an external source such as a power bank using the micro USB port. An extended feature is the ability to be powered by an external power supply even in extremely cold conditions that can quickly drain a standard power supply
Adjustable distance between the two
Everyone has an individual eye-to-eye distance. By stretching or zooming the eyepieces, the user can adjust the eye relief to suit their individual needs.
When it is necessary to temporarily stop the observation, the display off function can be used. This brings the necessary level of comfort (the display does not emit light from the eyepiece) between observations (other functions are on and the display is off). To turn on the display, simply press the ON button
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