Rain, snow, fog, high waves or waterways, the IPX7 waterproof rating ensures the device won’t fail in even the toughest wet weather conditions. Now with integrated laser rangefinder onboard!
The dual eyepiece configuration reduces eye fatigue during longer viewing and enhances the natural look of objects. The human brain is pre-conditioned to receive visual information from two channels simultaneously. The brain then combines the information into a single image. When one eye is used to observe, the brain only receives information a single input. The increased effort from the brain to override the standard algorithm of visual perception can quickly lead to the observer feeling fatigued and uncomfortable.
Detecting objects at long distances is an important feature for optics users in outdoor environments. Optic quality and the best thermal imaging sensor available make a unique combination designed to deliver the longest detection range possible.
Integrated, precision laser rangefinder provides accurate rangefinding in two modes – Single Time Measurement and Scanning mode with ±1 m accuracy up to 1 km distance. Accurate distance readings help to quickly assess the size of territory, distance and relief.
Rain, snow, fog, high waves or waterways, the IPX7 waterproof rating ensures the device won’t fail in even the toughest wet weather conditions. The IPX7 rating means the device has been manufactured and rigorously tested to withstand extreme natural weather conditions, even submersion to a depth of 1 meter for up to 30 minutes.
The built-in video recorder is a great asset when it comes to filming or taking photos of once-in-a-lifetime experiences. One press of the REC button captures footage that can be shared easily with colleagues, friends and family.
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.
The highlight of the Accolade LRF is the ability to link via Wi-Fi the device with Android and iOS based mobile units using the free mobile application Stream Vision. The Stream Vision software connects the device with Android / iOS mobile unit (smartphone or tablet) which enables you to receive footage in the real time mode, to distantly operate the device with your smartphone, as well to stream online the image captured by the device to YouTube.
The ability to adjust the distance between eyepieces allows the user to best position the optic for individual needs. Interpupillary distance differs from person to person. Adjusting for individual fit dramatically improves viewing comfort and quality, and eliminates the potential for double-imaging.
The device’s innovative battery-release mechanism ensures fast, flawless battery changes. Rechargeable IPS5 battery packs provide up to 8 hours of continuous operation in Wi-Fi mode.
The 8-color palette enhances viewing in varying conditions. While the classic “White Hot” mode is exceptionally versatile, “Hot Black” is often favored for detecting wildlife at night. Red monochrome helps to reduce or prevent bright backlight from exiting the eyepiece. Sepia often improves long-range observation while “Red Hot”, “Rainbow” and “Ultramarine” enhance temperature differences of various object attributes. Violet helps to identify objects faster
Incremental zoom is a perfect solution to quick, on-the-fly zooming. When time is not a limiting factor but slight details are, the device’s smooth zoom is the better option.
High Image frequency is important when shooting at moving targets. A high refresh rate ensures motion is fluid and in real-time, allowing more accurate speed assessment and shot placement.
Picture-in-Picture provides a second, magnified central-area image to help the observer see magnified target details without loss of the field of view.
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.
Image optimization should be performed depending on the environmental location and conditions. Mountains, cities and forests have different ambient temperatures. In order to achieve the highest possible image quality, certain settings have been optimized and gathered into profiles. As a result, optimized imaging in various conditions is easier. Identification preset is another optimal-imaging option that makes identifying easier, even at longer distances.
A thermal imaging sensor requires calibration or non-uniformity correction (NUC) from time to time. Calibrating reduces or eliminates remaining redundant signals and improves overall image quality. Accolade offers 3 modes of calibration: Automatic, Semi-automatic and Manual. In Automatic mode, the shutter closes and calibration is performed automatically within defined time intervals and without user participation. In Semi-automatic mode the shutter closes and calibration is done only when the user presses the calibration button. In Manual mode, also called “Silent”, the shutter remains open but the user has to close the objective cap and press the calibration button.
Contrast and brightness can be adjusted manually to fit individual preferences. The settings are stored in the memory of the unit and can be easily changed when required.
Observation devices are no longer just optics. Today’s devices are increasingly designed to meet multi-tasking requirements dictated by a wider array of scenarios. Turning the unit into a hot spot, complete with ability to connect directly to a smartphone or tablet, increases and enhances features, including the ability to control the device remotely.
Broadcasting a video signal directly to a smartphone or tablet makes remote observation significantly easier. When two people are in the field, both can see the image – one on the device’s display, the other on their smartphone or tablet screen. When a situation requires covert operation, the observer does not have to hold the unit by hand. Depending on the situation, viewing from a tablet or smartphone may be safer or more convenient.
The device is designed for flawless operation in extreme weather and temperature conditions. Whether the environment is freezing cold or blistering hot, the image retains its contrast and vivid colors without loss of frame rate. The high-contrast, color AMOLED display uses top technology to ensure stable, high-quality imaging in virtually any weather conditions.
For initial setup and additional updates, the iOS and Android compatible Stream Vision App ensures the most recent Accolade LRF software versions are available.
Accolade LRF 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 Accolade LRF during extremely cold weather while also protecting the source from rapid discharge.
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).
The ergonomic, wireless remote control (optional), with encoder wheel, puts the full range of Accolade operation at your fingertips when comfort and convenience means taking hands-off the controls.
Interchangeable standard power supplies for Trail / Helion / Accolade / Digisight Ultra / Forward / Krypton / Lexion.
The Pulsar PB8I Power Bank is designed to extend operating time of Pulsar devices equipped with a microUSB port.
The Pulsar Wireless Remote Controls are designed to control remotely device's selected functions and to navigate its menu.
The Pulsar C-Clamp is designed for fixing Pulsar units equipped with a 1/4" tripod mount on various elements (crossbeam, handrail etc.). The pivoting ball head allows the Pulsar unit to be mounted in any convenient position.
The Pulsar Tree Mount is intended for the fixing of Pulsar devices equipped with a 1/4" tripod mount on such vertical elements as a tree trunk or branch, pillar, column etc. Mounting is effected with the aid of adjustable straps or with screws that are screwed into wooden parts of a structure through the holes in plastic parts of the Tree Mount. The Weaver rail allows additional equipment, such as Pulsar PB8I Power Bank, to be mounted.
Tripod for mounting of optical devices on outside elements of standard PVC windows or any other suitable windows. Tripod has a swivel head with ¼ inch screw with a quick-release plate.
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.
Flat Glass Mount is designed for the fixing of digital and thermal devices equipped with a ¼” tripod mount to various flat surfaces such as a window or automobile glass, paving tile, polished metal, plastic etc.
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