Components and software solutions in high-tech industries are being improved every year. Thermal imaging is no exception. Over time, users’ choices and preferences change. In addition, with experience, users evolved their own requirements for the device capabilities and operation. Telos thermal imaging monoculars are built with technology and user needs in mind. Telos is the first line in thermal imaging devices on the market with the option of a technical upgrade at the client's request. Become a Telos owner and gain the opportunity to improve it flexibly and gainfully for years to come. Fit it with powerful optics, a higher resolution sensor and display, more efficient and functional electronics, or equip the thermal imaging device with a laser rangefinder and additional optical channels so that you always have the latest device but at the mere cost of upgrades.
Highly sensitive thermal imaging sensor with NETD <18mK ensures stunning thermal image quality and perfect detail recognition even in the hardest weather conditions, when thermal contrast is low. The smallest temperature differences will be clearly visible during the rainfall, fog or cold mornings, in the most difficult conditions for thermal imager.
Pulsar Image Boost gives Telos thermal imaging the highest level of detail, clarity and contrast with a set of original image processing algorithms. Telos thermal monoculars render complex scenes in a wide range of halftones with evenly emitting low-contrast objects, such as the sky, grass and water surfaces. Software detailing and sharpening of objects at different distances makes the thermal image highly informative. Manually increasing the thermal imaging sensor sensitivity improves the quality of animal detection when observation conditions worsen. A smoothing filter and a wide range of brightness and contrast settings make prolonged observation time comfortable.
You can ideally adjust the image in Telos with one hand − the focusing and smooth zoom rings are located on the lens in the classic layout, one by one, as in professional camera objective lenses. The consistent arrangement of the rings enables getting a clear image with the required magnification quickly and with minimal effort.
Understanding the target distance is an essential factor in making the right decisions. A built-in laser rangefinder with a range of up to 1 kilometre allows you to measure distances in single measurements and continuous scanning modes with an accuracy of ± 1 metre for quick and error-free assessment of the situation.
Telos thermal imaging devices have been designed for use in the tough outdoors using and in the temperature range of -25 to +40 °C. The device is waterproof when fully immersed in water. The composite polymeric rubber-coated case possesses high operational qualities. The absence of protruding parts in the design, as well as the anatomically optimal housing shape of the Telos thermal imaging devices contribute to safety and comfort during prolonged use time.
The brand-new LPS 7i quick-change Li-ion battery guarantees more than 8 hours of operating time. LPS 7i doesn't require special chargers − just connect it to any network adapter via the USB Type-C port and charge it using the Power Delivery fast charging protocol in a short time. Moreover, the LPS 7i battery supports wireless charging.
The rubber-coated housing helps to securely hold the thermal imaging device in the hand in both dry weather and rain. The housing has exceptional wear resistance and perfectly withstands operation in a wide range of temperatures, including dusty and moist conditions, and it protects the device from falls. In addition, the housing is easily cleaned and keeps its original appearance for a long time.
The vertical symmetrical layout of the controls allows Telos to be used with both hands with the same degree of comfort − the buttons are located in a row on the top panel, and the lens rings are used for focusing and changing magnification. The hand strap is attached to the movable rings with fixation in the limit positions providing instant adaptation of the device to right-handed and left-handed control.
A hunter must be fast-moving. A sign of good quality equipment is being at hand when needed, and invisible the rest of the time. Stylish on the outside, the Telos case is user-friendly and comfortable to carry. The thermal imaging device is quickly and easily removed from the case and placed in position. The system of optimal belt positioning distributes the device weight on the hunter's body, relieving the load from the shoulders, back and neck. The cover fits snugly to the body, without preventing the hunter from freely bending, turning, crouching, moving across country and using weapons. Additionally, the Telos case is equipped with straps for attaching it to a waist belt, as well as to equipment with a modular Molle fixation system, including backpacks and webbed gears.
Telos thermal monoculars are characterized by advanced functionality, but determining the priority of a particular function is the privilege of the user, who sets the order of items in the device menu.
A powerful long-distance F50/1.0 objective lens combined with a [email protected]µm highly-sensitive thermal imaging sensor provides exceptional detection capabilities. A standard 1.8m tall object can be detected up to 1800 m away in complete darkness.
The characteristics of thermal imaging optics have a decisive influence on a thermal imagers ability to capture even the lowest radiation levels. Ultimate detection efficiency is achieved with the fast lens of the Telos (F50/1.0) thermal imager in combination with highly sensitive thermal sensor. The Telos gives users the best quality, most detailed & high-contrast, informative imagery every time, even during rain or fog, when the temperature contrast of the observed scene is minimal.
The Telos has a built-in video recorder. The increased 32GB internal memory of the Telos can store hours of video and tens of thousands of photos. One touch of a button is enough to take a photo of an interesting scene or start recording video.
Built-in Wi-Fi connects the Telos to Android and iOS smartphones via the Stream Vision 2 mobile application. This opens up a wide range of options including wireless device software updates, real-time image transmission from the device to the smartphone screen, publication on social media of photo and video content captured by the device or transfer to messengers, remote control of digital device functions and access to the latest news from Pulsar. Moreover, registered users receive 16 GB of cloud storage for photos and videos recorded with the device.
In Telos thermal monoculars, the standard smartphone connection frequency range via a 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi channel is complemented with an effective 5 GHz range. The 5 GHz connection offers better bandwidth, a faster data transfer rate, noise immunity and improved connection stability, resulting in more productive and easier operation of the thermal monocular with a smartphone.
The 1024x768 pixel resolution AMOLED display has improved colour rendering, is power saving, offers high contrast imagery and a quick-response, as well as providing clear & smooth images when observing on-the-move or in cold conditions.
A choice of 8 colour palettes lets the user observe their field of view more effectively, allowing them to optimise the unit for specific tasks as well as react to changing observation conditions. White Hot, Black Hot and Red Hot are optimal for object detection, Rainbow and Ultramarine help increase chances for recognition & identification. Red Monochrome, Sepia and Violet are most suitable for long observation in the night.
IPX7 waterproof-rated for protection from heavy rainfall, snow or other precipitation. The unit is designed to run flawlessly, even after submersion in up to 1 meter of water for up to 30 minutes.
Housing, power unit, optics and electronics of Telos are designed with regard to applications in wide range of temperatures. Telos ensures reliable and effective performance in freezing cold up to -25°C.