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Thermal clip-on sight
Dedal-380 T2 Quest LRF
 
Multifunctionality
 
The thermal imaging multifunctional scope Dedal-380 T2 Quest LRF can be used as an autonomous observation device or together with daytime binoculars or a spotting scope. The device provides fast and precise distance measurement to a heat signature target. The device is intended to be mounted on a rifle in front of a daytime riflescope for observation, target recognition and aimed medium-range shooting in any illumination and weather conditions including complete darkness, heavy rain, snow, or fog. 
 
 
Built-in laser rangefinder
A complex solution implemented in the Dedal-380 T2 Quest LRF thermal imaging multifunctional scope provides fast and precise distance measurement to a heat signature target in complete darkness and in any weather conditions.
 

Thermally stabilized precision aspheric lenses

The optical scheme comprises aspheric germanium components and is recognized for its high light power and practically diffraction-limited image quality, which is consistent across the entire field of view. The objective lens design provides precise movement of all internal elements and perfect image sharpness in all focusing and temperature ranges. 
The lens DLC-coating facilitates high IR light transmission and protects the surfaces against scratches and damage.

Proprietary methods of digital image processing

Proprietary software and original algorithms of digital image processing includes: a unique system of dynamic contrast adjustment, an automatic correction of brightness and contrast, which does not demand user to respond to changing environmental conditions, and a system of small elements detailing both the target and the background, which is not affected by their temperature difference. All these features facilitate heat signature images with resolution pushed up to the limit.

Automatic sensor calibration system

Automatic shutterless sensor calibration system permanently optimizes sensor performance in changing observation conditions and does not distract the observer for manual adjustments, controls or re-calibration. It is perfectly noiseless and is the most suitable for continuous observation.

Comfort of observation
The clip-on’s eyepiece has a large exit pupil, which provides comfort and continuous observation without eye strain, so that the observer’s eye can shift from the device optical axis without losing the image. The clip-on’s eyepiece provides a distortion and aberration-free high-resolution image across the entire field of view. Large exit pupil allows using this clip-on with riflescopes with high magnifications (up to 12×). 
 

Specifications

 

The thermal imaging multifunctional scope with laser rangefinder Dedal-380 T2 Quest LRF can be used as an autonomous observation device or together with daytime binoculars or a spotting scope. The device provides fast and precise distance measurement to a heat signature target in complete darkness and in any weather conditions.

Dedal-380 T2 Quest LRF is intended to be mounted on a rifle in front of a daytime riflescope for observation, target recognition and aimed medium-range shooting in any illumination and weather conditions including complete darkness, heavy rain, snow, or fog. 
The small weight and size of the clip-on attachment allow its installation on the objective lens of a daytime riflescope directly through a throw-on ring adapter.
Large exit pupil and wide field of view provide aiming with confidence with up to 12× optical magnification of the daytime scope.
The clip-on is equipped with the connector for video recording and switching to an external power source. It operates in a completely automatic mode and does not require additional adjustments in changing environmental conditions. The startup time is less than 3 seconds. A high level of detailing of the targeted image and its background, both cold and warm objects, is the clip-on’s distinguishing feature.
 

Note:

THIS APPLIANCE IS MULTIFUNCTIONAL, WE ASK YOU FOR OBSERVANCE AND COMPLIANCE WITH THE STATUTORY PROVISIONS OF YOUR COUNTRY

 
 Dedal-380 T2 Quest LRF
Optical Magnification
Optical magnification in the monocular mode
Horizontal Angular Field of View, m/100m (degrees)
12.9 (7.4)
Vertical Angular Field of View, m/100m (degrees)
9.8 (5.6)
Objective Focal Length and F-number
50mm F/1.2
Focus Range
from 5 to ∞
Measuring distance range, m
50-600
Laser Wavelength, nm
905
Rangefinding Precision, m
±1
Thermal Sensor
Uncooled mirobolometer array
Thermal Sensor Spectral Range, µm
from 8 to 14
Thermal Sensor Resolution, pixels
384×288
Thermal Sensor Pixel Size, µm
17
Thermal Sensor Frame Rate, Hz
50
Startup Time, sec
<3
Calibration Concept
programmatic, shutterless
Thermal Sensor Sensitivity (NETD), °К
<0.07
Display Type
AMOLED
Display Resolution, pixels
800×600
Exit Pupil, mm
30
Power Source
Two CR123 batteries
Power Voltage, V
6
Batteries Lifetime at 23 °C, hours
4
Dimensions, (LxWxH), mm
273×71×73
Weight, kg
0.75
Operational Temperature, °C
from -40 to +50
Operational Humidity, %
up to 98
IP Rating
IP67