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The Pulsar® Merger LRF Thermal Binocular detects and captures heat signatures invisible to the naked eye (even during the day), providing incredible image definition plus the ability to record and share the footage in real time. Fast-aperture F/1.0 Germanium optics and a 640x480 uncooled microbolometer with NETD <25mK deliver a highly detailed image with a 50 Hz frame rate to capture a seamless, dynamic view. Even the smallest temperature differences are clearly visible during rainfall, in fog, or on cold mornings in the most difficult conditions.
The Binocular design is much better for long-term recon and surveillance compared to a monocular because it's more natural to receive visual information through two visual channels than one. This means better detection of small or faint objects, and better performance in low-contrast scenarios than comparable monoculars. Interpupillary distance is adjustable from 62-74mm to fit you perfectly.
The addition of an integrated laser rangefinder further enhances utility, providing precision ranging information out to a staggering 1 kilometer (1,093 yards). Readings are accurate to +/- 1 yard, so you always have the right information to make a responsible shot.
The Merger LRF is IPX7-rated to be fully-waterproof, and features a frost-resistant AMOLED display designed for reliable use in temperatures ranging from -13° to 122°F. Along with the white-hot and black-hot imaging, you can transition to and select from an array of 8 color palettes for personalized true temperature mapping.