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User manual for the Pulsar Quantum LD19S 16mm Thermal Monocular (Green, 9 Hz)
The user manual for the Pulsar Quantum LD19S 16mm Thermal Monocular (Green, 9 Hz) provides
necessary instructions for the proper use of the product Optics - Night & Thermal Vision - Thermal Imagers.
The green and black Quantum LD19S 16mm Thermal Monocular from Pulsar is intended for detection and monitoring of heat emanating from wildlife, game, animal stock, faulty wiring and piping, structural and insulation defects, running engines and human bodies. With this device you can see those heat sources through fog, smoke and haze. The imager features a micro-bolometer sensor with a resolution of 384x288 pixels, and 7.7µm to 13.2µm spectral sensitivity. It is capable of displaying thermal images at a frame rate of 9 Hz using a built-in 640x480 pixel OLED display, an external monitor or a recording device.
The optical system features a 16mm f/1.2 germanium lens that provides 1.1x optical zoom and allows for a wide angular field of view. If you need a close-up of your target, the camera also has a digital zoom of 2.2x . While opaque in the visible spectrum, the germanium lens has high transmission in the long infrared region, which makes it ideal for thermal imaging.
The housing is made of lightweight and durable glass-nylon composite and has a texture with coarse deep groves to allow a good grip. The control buttons are arranged in a staggered configuration to for an easy reach and one-handed operation with either left or right hand. This thermal imager can also be mounted on a tripod via a top or a bottom 1/4"-20 sockets. Additionally, it has a Weaver style mount adapter for connecting accessories. The objective is outfitted with a flip-out objective lens cap to protect the germanium lens from damage and elements. The eyepiece has a diopter adjustment and a rubberized winged eye-cap. Also included are a carrying case, a hand strap, a car adapter, an extra battery container, and a lens cloth.
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You can upload and download the manual for the Pulsar Quantum LD19S 16mm Thermal Monocular (Green, 9 Hz) in the following formats:
*.pdf, *.doc, *.txt, *.jpg - Other formats are unfortunately not supported.
Additional parameters of the Pulsar Quantum LD19S 16mm Thermal Monocular (Green, 9 Hz):
Type: OLED Diagonal: 0.31" Frame rate: 9 Hz Resolution: 640x480 pixels Format: PAL, NTSC Connector: 3.5 mm jack
Optical: 1.1x Digital zoom: 2.2x
16mm f/1.2 Germanium
Angular Field of View
Horizontal: 27° Vertical: 21°
Linear Field of View
Horizontal: 152' @ 100 yd (50.5 @ 100 m) Vertical: 114' @ 100 yd (38 @ 100 m)
Minimum Focus Distance
10' (3 m)
0.8" (20 mm)
Battery / Runtime
4 x AA / 5.5 hr max
Material of Construction
2 x 1/4"-20
-4 to 122°F (- 20 to 50°C)
7.1 x 3.4 x 2.3" (180 x 86 x 58 mm)
11.3 oz (321 g)
The user manual for the Pulsar Quantum LD19S 16mm Thermal Monocular (Green, 9 Hz) can be downloaded in .pdf
format if it did not come with your new thermal imagers, although the seller is
required to supply one. It is also quite common that customers throw out
the user manual with the box, or put the CD away somewhere and then can’t find it.
That’s why we and other Pulsar users keep a unique electronic library
for Pulsar thermal imagerss,
where you can use our link to download the user manual for the Pulsar Quantum LD19S 16mm Thermal Monocular (Green, 9 Hz).
The user manual lists all of the functions of the Pulsar Quantum LD19S 16mm Thermal Monocular (Green, 9 Hz),
all the basic and advanced features and tells you how to use the thermal imagers.
The manual also provides troubleshooting for common problems. Even greater
detail is provided by the service manual, which is not typically shipped with the product,
but which can often be downloaded from Pulsar service.
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