Thermal Imaging

Thermal Imaging

Thermal Imaging

 

Thermal Imaging Binoculars

Using an electronic detector element, thermal imaging technology converts the infrared light (heat) emitted by objects in the environment into a visible pattern of colours which vary depending on the object’s temperature.

You should consider these key technical specifications when choosing a TID for your project:

  • Resolution – the number of heat sampling points determines the clarity of the images/videos. Small animals become easier to spot at distance with increasing resolution.
  • Refresh rate – this is the rate at which the screen is updated with a new image; a refresh rate of 30Hz or more is recommended for fast-moving animals like birds or bats.
  • Zoom – the capability to increase magnification is especially helpful when identifying larger species as well as when counting your target.
  • Field of view (FOV) – this is the horizontal and vertical angle of view that you can see through the TID. When detecting smaller animals a wider FOV is more advantageous.
  • Maximum detection range – an indication of how far the device will be able to detect a human-sized object effectively.
 

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Pulsar Axion Key XM22

Pulsar Axion Key XM22

£869.95 *
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Pulsar Axion Key XM30 Thermal Imaging Monocular

Axion Key XM30 thermal imaging monocular with new 320x240 thermal sensor gving enhanced thermal mapping for easier identification of objects. Magnification: 2.5x to 10x

£1,269.95 *
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Pulsar Axion XM30S

Pulsar Axion XM30S - 6 to 8 month lead time

£1,549.95 *
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Pulsar Helion XQ38F

Pulsar Helion XQ38F

£2,249.95 *
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Pulsar Helion XQ50F

Pulsar Helion XQ50F

£2,649.95 *
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Pulsar Helion XP38

Pulsar Helion XP38

£3,599.95 *
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Pulsar Helion XP50

Pulsar Helion XP50

£3,949.95 *
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