With an adjustable interpupillary distance of 56-71mm, the Pulsar Merger LRF XQ35 allows for a reduction in eye strain experienced when receiving visual information through two separate channels simultaneously. Offering a better performance in low contrast scenarios than would be experienced whilst using a single-channel thermal monocular.
Covert Proximity Sensor | Auto Display ON/OFF
Observation in the dark requires being covert, so that hunted animals are not alerted by your presence. Going to stand-by using Display Off feature is a usual way to prevent backlight from the eyepieces. To simplify this task Merger LRF has a built-in proximity sensor. It acts as a display switch for preventing backlight exposure in the dark. When the unit is taken away from the eyes, proximity sensor switches both displays off and when the unit is brought closer both displays are switched on offering excellent image quality.
Super Compact Magnesium Shell
Pulsar Merger XQ35 LRF is designed for constant, often hard use. A magnesium alloy housing is light and strong at the same time. The housing reliably protects the internal components of a thermal imaging device from shocks, drops, moisture, heat or cold. At the same time, a metal housing effectively removes the heat from electronics and increases consistency of the device operation during long-term observation.
Fast Aperture F35/1.0 Germanium Lens
Combining the sensitive thermal sensor with the Merger LRF XQ35's fast F1.0 germanium lens achieves the ultimate detection efficiency. Hence the Merger provides excellent quality, detailed, and high-contrast informative imagery, regardless of fog, rain.
Ultra Sensitive lynred sensor
The Pulsar Merger LRF XQ35 is equipped with the highly sensitive < 25 mK NETD European-made Lynred sensor which qualitatively captures a useful signal under difficult observation conditions, when thermal contrast is low. The smallest temperature differences will be clearly visible during the rain, fog and high atmospheric humidity at the observation site.