Engineered to accomplish “white hot” and “black hot” heat signature commentary at more than 500 yards away, the Pulsar Quantum LD19A Thermal Imaging Monocular is able to meet the demands of experienced and law enforcement professionals. Its thermal core resolution of 384×288 captures maximum thermal energy efficiently for a more detailed image. The 9 hertz frame rate, impressive LCD 640×480 display resolution offers a crisp, consistent image. Long-distance viewing is made imaginable by the 2x digital zoom, which increases the 1x magnification to 2x. Equipped with durable, glass-nylon composite housing and a weight just under one pound, the LD19A is extremely lightweight and weather resistant, in a position to resist the harsh environments of the outdoors. It includes a standard weaver rail and tripod mount, taking into consideration attachment of external power supplies, in addition to video output to record every session. Its 3 new operating modes (City, Forest and Identification) offer enhanced contrast, significantly making improvements to rendering of hot object details. Users can choose between the automatic, manual or semi-automatic calibration modes, which calibrates the lens in just 1 to 2 seconds.
384×288 resolution, 30hz refresh rate
2x digital zoom
Manual, automatic, and semi automatic calibration modes
Up to 515 yd. detection range (human size target)