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Edge Thermal Imager

Company: Bullard

December 14, 2012

The Edge new high-performance thermal imager from Bullard was designed exclusively for law enforcement. Weighing only 1.5 pounds, the Edge is available with an 80 x 60 or 160 x 120 resolution infrared engine providing officers with a sleek, lightweight, ergonomically designed thermal imager perfectly suited for tactical, investigation, and search-and-rescue applications. The budget-friendly Edge is also a capable surveillance thermal imager tool. Features include reverse polarity and a nocturnal mode that colorizes the display red so a user’s eyes adjust more quickly in the dark. An optional display shield converts the thermal imager to monocular viewing for concealment situations.

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