Accolade Thermal Binoculars

Accolade. Thermal Binocular

Thermal imaging binoculars ACCOLADE – proven thermal technology combined with enhanced comfort of use.

Source: Pulsar
Vilnius, Lithuania 

This winter Pulsar is expanding its thermal lineup with a series of thermal imaging binoculars called ACCOLADE. Built on the well-tried and tested Pulsar thermal platform, the new binoculars are designed to take user experience to a new level. 

ACCOLADE series include four models all using an uncooled microbolometer with 50Hz frame rate and 17 µm pixel pitch. Top XP models boast impressive and high-performing 640x480 pixel resolution; XQ line uses the optimal and cost effective 384x288 pixel sensor. All those parameters combined deliver a detailed, fast and accurate image at long distance up to 1.8km. 

In comparison to single-eyepiece optical gear, binoculars suit much better for long-time observation. The dual eyepiece configuration employed in ACCOLADE reduces eye fatigue during longer viewing and enhances the natural look of objects. 

Along with the standard b/w image rendering, ACCOLADE offers a variety of color palettes. Manual contrast/brightness settings are readily available in the menu. The ACCOLADE binoculars are rugged and dependable. The IPX7 waterproof rating and frost- resistant AMOLED display allow the binoculars to withstand extreme natural weather conditions. 

The binoculars are powered with quick-change long-life rechargeable battery packs. The innovative battery-release mechanism ensures on-the-go battery change. The device operates up to 8 hours in Wi-Fi mode on a regular IPS5 battery pack. Operating time can double with the optional 10 000 mAh battery. Like any other modern gear, the ACCOLADE features a Wi-Fi module designed to live-stream video seen through the binoculars to your mobile device or directly to YouTube. Wi-Fi also allows the user to control some of your binoculars’ settings such as digital zoom, calibration, image setup. 

The ACCOLADE series thermal binoculars embrace a wide range of professional and semi-professional applications from hunting and scouting to law enforcement and life rescue. Hunters looking for animals in the woods, outdoor enthusiasts willing to protect camping site at night, law enforcement professionals seizing criminals and rescue teams searching for survivors or lost people all will be pleased with potential of new ACCOLADE series. 

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