The main purpose of the thermal imaging binoculars with rangefinder Dipole TG-1R (50)
Thermal imaging binoculars with rangefinder Dipol Dipol TG-1R (50) with a germanium lens 50 mm and a high resolution matrix designed for the surveillance of objects having thermal contrast with the environment, e.g. people, animals, vehicles, etc. Especially effective is the use of thermal imaging binoculars with rangefinder Dipol Dipol TG-1R (50) in low visibility conditions: rain, fog, dust, night-time. High sensitivity combined with high quality lens allows you to detect and recognize an object 0,5x1,8 m at a distance of 1200 metres, and also freeze the image to an external recording device. Built-in laser rangefinder allows you to measure the distance to the selected object up to 600 meters with the result of the measurement directly on the display screen of the binoculars.
The main characteristics of the thermal imaging binoculars with rangefinder Dipole TG-1R (50)
- The matrix: resolution 384х288, frequency 50 Hz, step 17 microns;
- Lens F50/1.0
- The range of detection of an object of type "boar" 0,5x1,8m – 1200 meters.
- Distance measuring laser rangefinder 600 meters.
- Calibration matrix automatic, noiseless, without "fading".
- Magnification optical 3.5 x, digital zoom 2x and 4x.
- Field of view (at magnification 3.5 x), grad. WxH – 7,5x5,6
- Diopter adjustment eyepiece +/- 4 diopters.
- The casing is light alloy, sealed, spill-proof.
- Inversion of image: "hot white" / "black hot".
- OLED display with high resolution of 800x600.
- Manual gain control of the matrix and brightness of the screen.
- Adjusting the lens for a sharp image at various distances.
- Power supply 9V, 3 x CR123A.
- The indicator turn on and discharge the batteries.
- Connection for external power supply.
- Video output for connecting an external recording device.
Design features thermal imaging binoculars with rangefinder Dipole TG-1R (50)
Thermal imaging binoculars with rangefinder Dipol Dipol TG-1R (50) is constructed based on uncooled microbolometer matrix high resolution 384х288 pixels and high frequency of 50 Hz, step detector 17 microns. The calibration matrix is fully automatic, "blind", absolutely still, image during calibration is not "freezes" at the crucial moment. Lens of germanium glass, large aperture, with a focal length of 50 mm and a relative aperture of 1.0. Lens closed screw-top metal lid to avoid damage. The image with the thermal matrix is transmitted and displayed in two OLED displays with a resolution of 800x600 pixels. Due to the fact that the image observed by two eyes, generally informative, and, as a consequence, and distance observations are to be increased by 10-15% compared with similar eyepieces.
Built-in laser rangefinder allows you to measure the distance to the object of interest at distances up to 600 meters with an accuracy of ±1 meter. The rangefinder control is performed using one single button. The first press activates the function of the rangefinder in the field of view of binoculars is marked with a rangefinder. By pressing the button distance is measured and the result displayed on the display in the binocular field of view. In the absence of manipulation of the button for 2-3 seconds, the meter turns off and the label disappears.
Body thermal imaging binoculars with rangefinder Dipol Dipol TG-1R (50) is lightweight, durable, made of aluminum alloy. The weight of binoculars of 900 grams. Degree of protection IPx5 allows you to use a thermal imaging binoculars Dipol Dipol TG-1R (50) in all weather conditions, including heavy rain.
Management features thermal imaging binoculars with rangefinder Dipol Dipol TG-1R (50) easy and intuitive. Ignition by the rotation of the handle switch located on the left side at the end of the battery compartment. Installed in the battery compartment 3 battery size CR123A, power supply which is enough for 4.5 hours of continuous operation of the binoculars.
For frequent and lengthy observations it is advisable to use external power supply, the connection of which the case has a standard connector.
Switch located on the handle control the gain of the sensor. To search for small objects at a considerable distance, it is recommended to increase the gain, to better handle the detail in the picture – on the contrary, to reduce.
Pressing and holding the knob of the gain control for 2-3 seconds, it switches to the adjustment mode of brightness of the image. After the brightness after 2-3 seconds automatically returns the gain adjustment mode of the sensor.
On the reverse side from the switch are the battery cover and plug the video output. The type of signal on the outputs composite analog (CVBS).
On the upper part of the housing of the thermal imaging binoculars with rangefinder Dipol Dipol TG-1R (50) are located:
Button invert the image's colors (hot white / hot black).
- Select button digital zoom (1x, 2x and 4x).
- Button control with a laser range finder.
A diopter adjustment under the vision of the observer is adjusted by rotating the eyepiece.
Adjusting the image at various distances of observation, by turning the wide, knurled ring on the lens of the binoculars.
On the display of the thermal imaging binoculars Dipol Dipol TG-1R (50) display the current settings for the Polarity of the image, Brightness (BRGT), the gain of the sensor (GAIN), the Level of battery charge, the measurement Result of the distance of the laser rangefinder.
When you discharge the batteries starts to flash on indicator red led between the eyepieces of the binoculars.
The delivery of thermal imaging binoculars with rangefinder Dipole TG-1R (50)
- Thermal imaging binoculars with rangefinder Dipol Dipol TG-1R (50)
- Carrying bag
- User manual (passport)
Technical specifications of thermal imaging binoculars with rangefinder Dipole TG-1R (50)
Sensor: pixels / step detector
384х288 / 17мкм
Focal length / relative aperture
F50 / 1,0
The angle of sight, grad.
The 7.5 x 5.6
Range of detection (object 0,5x1,8m), M.
Up to 1200
Distance measuring laser rangefinder, m
Spectral range, µm
8 – 14
Black hot / White hot
Diopter adjustment, DPTR.
Voltage / batteries
9V 3xCR123A Lithium
Continuous operating time (+20 ° C), hours
Operating temperature, ºC
-40 .... +50
Degree of protection according to IEC 60529 (by order)
Plug the external power supply, 12V
Manual gain control sensor
Manually adjust the brightness of micro-display
|Field of view (deg)||5.6 — 7.5|
|Close focus (m)||6|
|The maximum range of measurement, m||800|
|Focus||On the lens|
|Diopter adjustment, DPTR||-4/+4|
|Case material||aluminum alloy|
|The coverage of the case||painting|
|Tripod socket 1/4"||Yes|
|Country of origin||Belarus|
|Manufacturer's warranty (years)||1|
|Dimensions (mm)||213 × 139 × 70|
|Package dimensions, place 1 (mm)||295 × 210 × 120|
|Net weight (kg)||0.9|
|Gross weight 1 (kg)||1.4|
|Operating temperature, °C||-40 — 50|