InfiRay Outdoor ZOOM ZH50 Dual FOV 640×512 25-50MM 2X/4X Thermal Monocular

$4,499.00

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iRayUSA ZOOM ZH50 Dual FOV 640x512 25-50MM 2X 4X Thermal Monocular Specs

Device Technology:Thermal Imaging
Sensor Resolution:640×512
Sensor Frame Rate:50hz
Sensor Pixel Size:12μm
Optical Magnification:2X / 4X
Digital Magnification:4X, stepped
Detection Range:2400 Yards
Objective Focal Length:25mm/50mm
Objective F#:1.2
Onboard Recording:Video and Image

Datasheet

Description

The ZOOM Dual Field of View Monocular is unequivocally the most technologically advanced handheld thermal optic to hit the market in history. That’s a bold statement but saying anything else about the ZOOM would be an understatement. What makes it so advanced? There are 3 specific leaps in technology: adjustable optical zoom, Shutterless Calibration Technology (SCT), and a full color 1440×1080 OLED display. These aren’t the only impressive features the ZOOM ZH50 possesses but these three and most importantly the adjustable optical zoom feature are what puts the ZOOM ZH50 in a league of its own.

 

With the ZOOM’s patented dual-field-of-view design, users can seamlessly switch between a wide field-of-view (FOV) for detection, and a narrow FOV for target identification. This 2X increase in optical magnification occurs with an intuitive twist of the objective focus ring and maintains 100 percent of the sensor’s native resolution.

Why is adjustable optical zoom so important? Thermal monoculars have historically only been offered with a fixed field of view, which means the only way to zoom in and out is digitally through software and digital zoom decreases thermal image resolution.  Just 1 step of digital zoom on a 640×480 sensor degrades the thermal image resolution to 320×240, and another step of digital zoom degrades the thermal image resolution to an abysmal 160×120.  This is the problem that is solved by the ZOOM ZH50’s adjustable optical zoom feature. You now have 1 device with an adjustable field of view. Twist the focus ring to the right to zoom out and you get a 2X – 640×512 thermal resolution image, twist it to the left and get a 4X – 640×512 thermal resolution image.

 

The fixed field of view limitation in thermal monoculars has always posed a problem of image degradation using digital zoom and the need for 2 devices to achieve dual fields of view in full resolution. InfiRay Outdoor identified this common problem and poured resources into research and development over several years to achieve a solution.  What emerged is an innovative patented dual field of view lens design now offered for the first time in the commercial market in the ZOOM ZH50 Dual Field of View Monocular.

Environmental Specifications

Operating Temperature Range

-4°F to 122°F

Ingress Protection

IP67

Features & Performance

Warranty

5 Years

Power Source

IBP-1 Li-Ion Battery Pack

Run Time

10 hours

Video Output

Yes

Image Capture

Yes

Onboard Recording

Video and Image

Video Output

Analog RS-170/NTSC

Country of Manufacture

China

Connector Type

USB-C

Startup Time

<10 Seconds, Instant from Standby

Color Palettes

White Hot, Black Hot, Red Hot, Color, Highlight

Rangefinder

Stadiametric

Picture-in-Picture

Yes

Storage Capacity

32gb

Mobile App

Yes

User-Updatable Firmware

Yes

External Power Source

Yes – USB-C 5V

Optics

Optical Magnification

2X / 4X

Digital Magnification

4X, stepped

Objective Lens Material

Germanium

Horizontal Angular Field of View

17.5° / 8.8°

Vertical Angular Field of View

13.1° / 6.6°

Detection Range

2400 Yards

Objective Focal Length

25mm/50mm

Objective F#

1.2

Eye Relief

20mm

Exit Pupil

5.5mm

Display Type

FHD OLED

Display Resolution

1440×1080

Focusing Mechanism

Manual Focus

Diopter Range

-5 – +5

Physical

Housing Material

Aluminum

Length

7.48 in

Width

2.36 in

Height

2.55 in

Weight

22.92 Oz

Sensor Specifications

Device Technology

Thermal Imaging

Sensor Type

InfiRay MICRO II

Sensor Resolution

640×512

Non-Uniformity Correction (NUC)

Shutterless, Manual, Automatic, Semi-Automatic

Spectral Response

8-12 Microns

Sensor Frame Rate

50hz

Sensor Pixel Size

12μm

Thermal Sensitivity

<25mk

Description

iRayUSA ZOOM ZH50 Dual FOV 640×512 25-50MM 2X 4X Thermal Monocular Specs

Device Technology: Thermal Imaging
Sensor Resolution: 640×512
Sensor Frame Rate: 50hz
Sensor Pixel Size: 12μm
Optical Magnification: 2X / 4X
Digital Magnification: 4X, stepped
Detection Range: 2400 Yards
Objective Focal Length: 25mm/50mm
Objective F#: 1.2
Onboard Recording: Video and Image

Datasheet

Datasheet

Description

The ZOOM Dual Field of View Monocular is unequivocally the most technologically advanced handheld thermal optic to hit the market in history. That’s a bold statement but saying anything else about the ZOOM would be an understatement. What makes it so advanced? There are 3 specific leaps in technology: adjustable optical zoom, Shutterless Calibration Technology (SCT), and a full color 1440×1080 OLED display. These aren’t the only impressive features the ZOOM ZH50 possesses but these three and most importantly the adjustable optical zoom feature are what puts the ZOOM ZH50 in a league of its own.

 

With the ZOOM’s patented dual-field-of-view design, users can seamlessly switch between a wide field-of-view (FOV) for detection, and a narrow FOV for target identification. This 2X increase in optical magnification occurs with an intuitive twist of the objective focus ring and maintains 100 percent of the sensor’s native resolution.

Why is adjustable optical zoom so important? Thermal monoculars have historically only been offered with a fixed field of view, which means the only way to zoom in and out is digitally through software and digital zoom decreases thermal image resolution.  Just 1 step of digital zoom on a 640×480 sensor degrades the thermal image resolution to 320×240, and another step of digital zoom degrades the thermal image resolution to an abysmal 160×120.  This is the problem that is solved by the ZOOM ZH50’s adjustable optical zoom feature. You now have 1 device with an adjustable field of view. Twist the focus ring to the right to zoom out and you get a 2X – 640×512 thermal resolution image, twist it to the left and get a 4X – 640×512 thermal resolution image.

 

The fixed field of view limitation in thermal monoculars has always posed a problem of image degradation using digital zoom and the need for 2 devices to achieve dual fields of view in full resolution. InfiRay Outdoor identified this common problem and poured resources into research and development over several years to achieve a solution.  What emerged is an innovative patented dual field of view lens design now offered for the first time in the commercial market in the ZOOM ZH50 Dual Field of View Monocular.

Environmental Specifications

Operating Temperature Range

-4°F to 122°F

Ingress Protection

IP67

Features & Performance

Warranty

5 Years

Power Source

IBP-1 Li-Ion Battery Pack

Run Time

10 hours

Video Output

Yes

Image Capture

Yes

Onboard Recording

Video and Image

Video Output

Analog RS-170/NTSC

Country of Manufacture

China

Connector Type

USB-C

Startup Time

<10 Seconds, Instant from Standby

Color Palettes

White Hot, Black Hot, Red Hot, Color, Highlight

Rangefinder

Stadiametric

Picture-in-Picture

Yes

Storage Capacity

32gb

Mobile App

Yes

User-Updatable Firmware

Yes

External Power Source

Yes – USB-C 5V

Optics

Optical Magnification

2X / 4X

Digital Magnification

4X, stepped

Objective Lens Material

Germanium

Horizontal Angular Field of View

17.5° / 8.8°

Vertical Angular Field of View

13.1° / 6.6°

Detection Range

2400 Yards

Objective Focal Length

25mm/50mm

Objective F#

1.2

Eye Relief

20mm

Exit Pupil

5.5mm

Display Type

FHD OLED

Display Resolution

1440×1080

Focusing Mechanism

Manual Focus

Diopter Range

-5 – +5

Physical

Housing Material

Aluminum

Length

7.48 in

Width

2.36 in

Height

2.55 in

Weight

22.92 Oz

Sensor Specifications

Device Technology

Thermal Imaging

Sensor Type

InfiRay MICRO II

Sensor Resolution

640×512

Non-Uniformity Correction (NUC)

Shutterless, Manual, Automatic, Semi-Automatic

Spectral Response

8-12 Microns

Sensor Frame Rate

50hz

Sensor Pixel Size

12μm

Thermal Sensitivity

<25mk

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