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Multifunctional thermal imaging device
Dedal-380 T2 Quest LRF
 
Multifunctionality
 
The multifunctional thermal imaging device Dedal-380 T2 Quest LRF can be used as an autonomous observation device or together with day binoculars or a spotting scope. The device enables a quick and precise distance measurement to a thermal signature target. The device is intended for installation on a daylight device for observation in all lighting and weather conditions, including complete darkness, heavy rain, snow or fog.
 
 
Built-in laser rangefinder
A complex solution, which was implemented in the multifunctional scope Dedal-380 T2 Quest LRF for thermal imaging technology, enables fast and precise distance measurement to a thermal signature target in complete darkness and in all weather conditions.
 

Thermally stabilized precision aspheric lenses

The optical scheme consists of aspherical germanium components and is characterized by a high light output and a practically diffraction-limited image quality that is uniform over the entire field of view. The lens design ensures precise movement of all internal elements and perfect image sharpness in all focus and temperature ranges. The lens DLC coating enables high IR light transmission and protects the surfaces from scratches and damage.

 

Proprietary methods of digital image processing

Proprietary software and original digital image processing algorithms include: a unique system of dynamic contrast adjustment, automatic correction of brightness and contrast that does not prompt the user to respond to changing environmental conditions, and a system of small elements as well as the background which is not influenced by their temperature difference. All of these functions enable thermal signature images with a resolution that goes to the limit.

 

Automatic sensor calibration system

The automatic shutterless sensor calibration system continuously optimizes sensor performance in the event of changing observation conditions and does not distract the observer from manual settings, controls or recalibrations. It is completely noiseless and is best suited for continuous observation.

 

Comfort of observation
The clip-on eyepiece has a large exit pupil, which ensures comfort and continuous observation without eye strain, so that the viewer’s eye can shift from the optical axis of the device without losing the image. The eyepiece of the clip offers a distortion and aberration-free, high-resolution image across the entire field of view.
 

Specifications 

The multifunctional thermal imaging device with laser range finder Dedal-380 T2 Quest LRF can be used as an autonomous observation device or together with day binoculars or a spotting scope. The device enables a quick and precise distance measurement to a heat signature in complete darkness and in all weather conditions.

Dedal-380 T2 Quest LRF is intended to be mounted in front of a daylight device for observation in all lighting and weather conditions, including total darkness, heavy rain, snow or fog.

The low weight and the size of the plug-on attachment enable mounting on the objective lens of a daylight device directly via a push-on ring adapter.

 

The clip-on is equipped with a connection for video recording and switching to an external power source. It works fully automatically and does not require any additional adjustments to changing environmental conditions. The start time is less than 3 seconds. A high level of detail of the target image and its background, both cold and warm objects, is the distinguishing feature of the clip.

 

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
 

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