Pulsar Accolade 2 LRF XP50 Thermal Imaging Binocular Detajli
Pulsar Accolade has a unique binocular design. Users can look through the Pulsar device with both eyes, meaning viewing is much more comfortable than with a monocular.
High refresh rate guarantees a smooth real-time viewing.
An AMOLED display is able to retain the colors without reducing the frame rate even in extreme temperatures.
Accolade 2 LRF XP50 can detect warm targets up to 1800 m.
Pulsar Accolade 2 can be used in daytime, nighttime, and in all weather conditions.
Introduction of Pulsar – Accolade 2 LRF XP50
The thermal imaging binoculars series Pulsar Accolade was first introduced in 2018. Since then, Pulsar has upgraded their devices – they added a model with a laser rangefinder and improved their devices with various updates.
In 2020 Pulsar introduced a new generation of Accolade thermal imaging binoculars – Accolade 2 series.
The main difference between Pulsar – Accolade generation 1 and Accolade generation 2 is in the better sensor. There is a significant difference in thermal imaging contrast NETD. In order to distinguish between two objects, the first generation needed around 60 millikelvins of temperature difference, while the second generation needs only 40 millikelvins.
The second generation of LRF XP50 provides much finer details, which is very useful especially in harsh conditions such as fog or rain. The housing of Accolade 2 is practically the same as with the Accolade 1. The Pulsar device needs the standard IPS battery pack.
About the Pulsar’s series
The user sees through the Accolade 2 LRF XP50 thermal device with both eyes, meaning that viewing is much more comfortable than with a monocular. For an optimal optical experience, the distance between the eyes can be adjusted.
For a beautiful image, a high refresh rate is required. Pulsar thermal devices have a refresh rate of 50 Hz, meaning that the image is refreshed 50 times per second.
The user can use the Accolade to take photos and record videos. Accolade has a function Display off, which is used to quickly dim the screen.
All Pulsar Accolade 2 LRF XP50 devices are resistant to rain and have a certified level of waterproof protection IPX7. The Accolade 2 LRF devices are designed to face freezing temperatures up to -25°C. The lithium-ion battery IPS7 ensures the operation of Accolade for up to 7 hours.
One of the main advantages of LRF XP50 is a quick replacement of the battery – most of the competitors have built-in batteries that start to run out after a few years of use.
About the Pulsar Accolade model (Accolade 2 LRF XP50)
Pulsar Accolade 2 LRF device has a 640×480 pixel sensor with a size of 17 µm. It features a 50mm lens, has a minimum magnification of 2.5x and the field of view of 21.8 m at 100 m. The image can be zoomed in with 8x digital zoom.
Pulsar Accolade 2 lrf xp50 thermal imaging binoculars can detect heat up to 1800 m, but the user can identify the game up to a distance of 500 m.
Accolade 2 LRF XP50 has a built-in Wi-fi transmitter that enables the connection to the Pulsar Stream vision app on your smartphone.
Right now, Accolade 2 LRF XP50 are the only binoculars with a built-in laser rangefinder on the civilian market.
Main features of Pulsar Accolade
Accolade has an APS7 battery which can be quickly replaced
Fully waterproof – IPX7
17 μm pixel pitch
50 Hz frame rate
NETD of 40 millikelvins
Built-in video & sound recorder
Pulsar Stream Vision compatibility
Warranty of Pulsar devices
The manufacturer Pulsar offers 3 years of warranty for Pulsar Accolade 2 LRF XP50 thermal imaging binoculars.
Pulsar Accolade 2 LRF XP50 Thermal Imaging Binocular specifikacije
V proizvodnji od
Zorni kot (v stop.)
Min. vidno polje
Max. vidno polje
Odaljenost očesa od leče
Najmanjša razdalja ostrenja
Resolucija toplotnega senzorja
Št. pikslov na tipalu
Avtomatska, Polavtomatska, Ročna
Št. pikslov na zaslonu
Minimalni domet merjenja
+/- 1 m
Dnevna osvetlitev križa
-25 – +50
Na obeh okularjih
Odpornost na vodo
Odpornost na rosenje
Navoj za stojalo
- Novo / Rabljeno : Novo