Fraser Optics 14x40 Bylite-C Image-Stabilized Binocular

Fraser Optics 14x40 Bylite-C Image-Stabilized Binocular

Fraser Optics 14x40 Bylite-C Image-Stabilized Binocular

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Fraser Optics 14x40 Bylite-C Image-Stabilized Binocular

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Product Highlights

  • STEDI-EYE Gyro-Stabilized Images
  • Porro Prism Optical Design
  • MgFI 2 Fully Multicoated Optics
  • Wide Angle Viewing: 64°
  • Slip-Resistant Santoprene Cover
  • Buoyant, Submersible, and Waterproof
  • Stabilization Freedom: ±8°
  • Scan Rate: 8°/Sec
  • Lightweight Polycarbonate Body
  • Hard Plastic Case
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  • 1Description

The 14x40 Bylite-C Image-Stabilized Binocular from Fraser Optics is an fully multicoated optical device designed for long-range observations from unstable viewing platforms on the ground, in the air, or at sea. It is designed to withstand long-term use in demanding weather conditions with rugged slip-resistant armoring and a housing that is waterproof, submersible, and buoyant. The housing is made of a lightweight polycarbonate material that is designed to reduce weight and user fatigue for long-duration observation, while adding corrosion, temperature and impact resistance.

This binocular uses gyro stabilization technology to correct up to 98% of image motion caused by hand tremor and platform motion. As the optical housing pitches and/or rolls, the gyro mechanism compensates for the motion by mechanically orienting the prisms in the opposite direction. This process of stabilization occurs in real time and corrects motion on the pitch and roll axes within 8°. It can run for up to 12 continuous hours on single CR123 battery, and an optional external power pack is available for extended use. Two polarized lens filters for high-glare applications such as marine environments, and a hard protective carrying case are included.

Performance
  • 14x magnification
  • 40mm objective lens
  • Porro prism optical design
  • MgFI2 fully multicoated optics for enhanced light transmission and color fidelity
  • 64° wide angle viewing
  • STEDI-EYE technology: gyroscopic image stabilization
  • Stabilization freedom: ±8°
  • Scan rate: 8°/sec
Use and Handling
  • Center focus wheel
  • ±5 dioptric adjustment
  • Up to 98% reduction of image motion
  • Touchpad control and switch lock to activate stabilization
  • Continuous operation for 12 hours on one CR-123 battery
Construction Details
  • Lightweight polycarbonate housing is corrosion, temperature and impact resistant
  • Buoyant, submersible, and waterproof
  • Slip-resistant Santoprene cover for added comfort and grip
  • Polarized lens filters for high-glare applications such as marine environments
  • Tethered lens covers prevents loss
In the Box
Fraser Optics 14x40 Bylite-C Image-Stabilized Binocular
  • Anti-Fog Kit
  • Neck Strap
  • Hand Strap
  • CR 123 Battery
  • 2 x Objective Lens Covers
  • 2 x Ocular Lens Covers
  • External Power Cord
  • 2 x Polarized Lens Filters
  • Hard Carrying Case
  • Limited Two-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Prism Type Porro
    Magnification 14x
    Objective Lens Diameter 40mm
    Angle of View 4.6° (actual)
    Field-of-View 240.96' @ 1000 yd / 80 m @ 1000 m
    Minimum Focus Distance 30' / 9.14 m
    Exit Pupil Diameter 3  mm
    Interpupillary Adjustment 60 - 75 mm /
    Dioptric Correction ±5
    Stabilization Freedom ±8°
    Resolution 4.3 arc seconds (USAF-1951)
    Scan Rate 8°/ second
    Focus Type Center
    Dimensions 8.25 x 7.5 x 3.5" / 20.96 x 19.05 x 8.89  cm
    Weight 3.1 lb / 1.41 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 13.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 17.25 x 13.25 x 7.0"

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