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Thermal Imagers

Pulsar Trail LRF XQ50 Thermal Riflescope

Let’s take a look at the Pulsar Trail LRF XQ50 Thermal Riflescope from Pulsar. It doesn’t matter whether it’s night or day; for as long as you are using a thermal scope, you can still see your target. Thanks to their invention in the 1920s, now shooters and hunters can enjoy hunting even on the darkest nights. Thermal scopes don’t need light to see. What they need is the heat that is emitted from your target. No matter how dark it is, or even if there are blockages around like trees, leaves, bushes, etc., for as long as your target emits heat, thermal scopes will see it. Pulsar is one of those who manufacture thermal riflescopes, and they are one of the best in the industry. They themselves are hunters with an intense passion to make you see beyond the invisible and make it a memorable moment. They make consumer thermal imaging, digital, and image intensified devices with improved functionality for experienced users and specialists in different fields. The Trail LRF XQ50 Thermal Riflescope is one of their inventions. It [Read More…]

Thermal imagers have many uses in hunting, surveillance, and equipment maintenance

Thermal Imaging for Surveillance

In this article, we’re going to take a look at using thermal imaging (or “thermal vision”) for surveillance purposes. First of all, what do we mean by thermal imaging? All natural and manmade objects emit infrared energy as heat. With the right equipment we can detect the very subtle temperature differences of everything in view – and present it as a video image. Thermal imaging technology reveals what otherwise would be invisible to the naked eye. This sounds like exotic technology (and it sort of is) but you’ll also be surprised at just how capable and affordable these thermal vision devices have become. Having said that – “affordable” is relative in this case. This IR gear is more expensive than night vision devices that use Image Intensification methods that amplify ambient light. There are also a lot of interesting uses of IR that aren’t just for surveillance – we’ll talk about those too. Advantages of Thermal Imaging for Surveillance Thermal Imaging has some substantial benefits over class night vision using Image Intensification. Thermal imaging works in daylight or darkness – [Read More…]