Depending on the model, Trail thermal sights provide hunting game detection (wild boar, moose, deer, or bear) at distances of 1000 meters and more.
The high 640x480 pixel resolution ensures all objects within the field of view have the highest level of detail. High sensor resolution makes the smallest objects, i.e. branches, leaves, body extremities of an animal, appear exceptionally crisp and clear against the background.
“Picture-in-Picture” function provides a shooter with a possibility to display additional image region on the screen which contains several times magnified image (depending on the shooter’s choice) of a target and reticle. This allows seeing a more detailed image in the aiming area. Additional region (precise aiming frame) is situated in the top center part of the screen above the reticle. Taking just 1/10 of the total screen area additional image region allows simultaneous use of total field of view for observation.
The Trail is equipped with a recorder which enables video shooting and image capturing at the time of observation. Video and photo files saved in the internal memory can be transferred to a PC/laptop via wired or Wi-Fi connection.
A full complement of digitally displayed reticle solutions ensures quick target acquisition and a richly contrasting sight picture. Choose from an array of reticle patterns, colors and brightness settings.
Riflescope has the function of saving three user's zeroing profiles in the memory (for different types of weapons or ammunition), in each case a different reticle can be applied. In addition, each profile allows zeroing at five different distances. Zoom zeroing support ensures particular zeroing precision.
Due to the high image frequency (50 Hz) it is comfortable to use thermal camera dynamically (during rapid moving of observer or object of observation).
A radiator panel, located on the device's body, effectively prevents heat build-up from the sensor and other components while also significantly reducing temperature and noise sensitivity, especially between calibrations.
Trail has a stadiametric rangefinder performed in the shape of rangefinding reticle which enables distance measuring to observed objects with known height (deer - 1,7 m; boar – 0,7 m; hare – 0,3 m) with a sufficient precision.
A built-in accelerometer/gyroscope improves accuracy by precisely identifying cant and angles greater than 5° with an arrow indicating the direction and degree of lateral tilting. Increased angles are denoted with additional arrows. Moreover, the riflescope can be set to auto shutdown when it has a non-shooting position, the unit operation may be disabled when the vertical angle is greater than 70° or horizontal angle is greater than 30°, the accelerometer may be temporarily disabled for continued use.
Trail includes a progressive autonomous B-Pack power supply consisting of a quick-detach, rechargeable IPS5, 5.2 Ah battery pack designed to deliver over 8 hrs. of operation on maximum mode. Higher-powered IPS10 battery packs, as well as CR123A and AA battery cases, also are available and provide a perfect off-the-grid power solution.
Trail makes charging from external sources, such as power banks, fast and easy with a micro-USB jack. The convenience of power-bank charging even enhances the ability to power up the Trail during extremely cold weather while also protecting the source from rapid discharge.
The Trail is designed with ease-of-operation in mind. User feedback has resulted in the most friendly interface to date, complete with an easy-to-read, icon-driven, alpha-numeric status bar at the bottom of the display. Internal menu items and options are also displayed on a contrasting gradient substrate so you can keep an eye on settings without losing sight of your objective.
When it is necessary to temporarily stop observation the user can apply Display Off function. It provides the necessary level of camouflage (no light from the eyepiece of the device) between observation sessions as well as the fast restart of observation (when display is turned off, all other systems are working; for normal operation it is enough just to power on the display again).
Trail thermal sights are effective for the use in low temperatures (-25°C) thanks to the frost-resistant AMOLED display employed in the unit (image remains the same as when viewing at positive temperature of the surrounding atmosphere).
The ergonomic, wireless remote control, with encoder wheel, puts the full range of Trail operation at your fingertips when comfort and convenience means taking hands-off the controls.
For initial setup and additional updates, the iOS and Android compatible Stream Vision App ensures the most recent Trail software versions are available.
Interchangeable standard power supplies for Trail/ Helion/ Accolade/ Digisight Ultra/ Forward F.
The Pulsar PB8I Power Bank is designed to extend operating time of Pulsar devices equipped with a microUSB port.
The mounting holes in the base of Pulsar riflescopes enable the mount to be installed in one of multiple positions. This choice helps the user to ensure the most suitable position on a riflescope.
The Pulsar RCC Wireless Remote Control is designed to control remotely device's selected functions and to navigate its menu.
The Flip-up Phone Mount is intended for the fixing a smartphone on a thermal imaging scope Helion. When streaming image from Helion via Wi-Fi the smartphone acts as an external display of the thermal scope. The Phone Mount is inclinable at various angles and collapsible for travelling position.
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