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Pulsar Accolade 2 LRF XP50 2.5-20 Thermal Binocular

SKU PL77410      CID 158956

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The Pulsar Accolade 2 LRF XP50 2.5-20 Thermal Binocular uses the NETD <40mK thermal imaging sensor, greatly improving resolution, delivering the smallest temperature difference readings to the image, even in smoke, fog, or precipitation. Thermal binoculars operate both day or night because the imaging is based on an IR sensor, not ambient visible and near IR. The "LRF" in the name refers to a built-in laser rangefinder, which operates in either Single or Scanning modes, each accurate to ±1m at ranges up to 1km.

The Accolade 2 LRF XP50 ranges from 2.5x to 20x via digital zoom. Pixel resolution is 640x480 to each eye, at a 50Hz frame rate. 8 color palettes are available, including black, red, or white hot, and a variety of other colors let you fine tune for the heat signature you're viewing. These palettes are displayed below. The body is IPX7 waterproof when the Li-ion Battery Pack IPS7 / 6400 mAh / DC 3.7 V battery is installed. Built-in WiFi lets you share your sightings in real time, streaming to your smart device using the included Stream Vision App, and the video will appear smooth thanks to the 50Hz refresh rate. Objective lenses are 50mm f/1.2 for outstanding light gathering and transmission. Picture-in-picture 2.5-20x digital zoom with a 12.4° field of view gives extensive control over framing.

Generation: Thermal
Sensor Resolution (pixels) 640x480 Pixels
Display Resolution (Pixels) 640x480 Pixels
Frame Refresh Rate 50 Hz
Magnification: 2.5-20
Objective Dia. 50 mm
Field of View (°): 12.4 °
Battery type: Li-ion Battery Pack IPS7 / 6400 mAh / DC 3.7 V
Battery life: 9hrs
Operating Wavelength 0.905 µm
Thermal Sensitivity <40 mK @f/1.0
Product Weight (oz): 21.16 oz.

Included In The Box

  • IPS7 Battery Pack
  • Battery Pack charger with mains adapter
  • USB cable
  • Carrying case
  • Neck strap
  • Lens-cleaning cloth
  • Quick User Manual
  • Warranty sheet
Please call our sales department 877.674.2473 for details.



Color Palettes

Hot White Color Palette
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Hot White Color Palette

The most commonly used color palette is hot white, where the hottest part of the view is the brightest white. This makes it easiest to find a target but may obscure colder surrounding objects.

Hot Black Color Palette
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Hot Black Color Palette

When seeing the terrain is as important as seeing the target, switching to hot black will show you the most detail in your surroundings. Notice how the bark of the trees and the blades of grass are easy to see.

Monochrome Red Color Palette
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Monochrome Red Color Palette

One of the things that can alert your quarry to your presence is when the light exiting the eyepiece lights up your eye for all the world to see. The monochrome red palette minimizes the brightness of the light hitting your face from the eyepiece, keeping you better hidden.

Hot Red Color Palette
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Hot Red Color Palette

The hot red palette shows brighter for higher temperatures but keeps all the colors in the red family. This does less to disturb your eye's ability to see in the dark naturally.

Sepia Color Palette
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Sepia Color Palette

The sepia color palette is the most restful on the eyes as the screen brightness is lower. It is recommended for longer duration viewing.

Rainbow Color Palette
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Rainbow Color Palette

The rainbow color palette is used to give more differentiation between various temperatures in the image. The rainbow palette has brighter colors for cool temperatures and deeper colors for higher temperatures. It is good for finding hot spots in electrical equipment, and might work well for locating owls in trees.

Ultramarine Color Palette
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Ultramarine Color Palette

The ultramarine color palette is also used to give more differentiation between various temperatures in the image. The ultramarine palette has brighter colors for warmer temperatures and deeper colors for lower temperatures. Also good for finding hot spots.

Violet Color Palette
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Violet Color Palette

The violet color palette helps to identify objects faster. You can see that in this palette the outline of the animal is very well defined, but so are the facial features. The darker background makes the animal stand out.

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