Pulsar Operating Modes
Pulsar devices have four operating modes of the thermal imager: Forest (observation mode of objects
within low thermal contrast conditions), Rocks (observation mode of objects within high thermal
contrast conditions), Identification (high detailization mode), User (individual brightness and
Forest - This is the best mode when searching and observing within field conditions, against
the background of leaves, bushes and grass. The mode is highly informative about
an object being observed as well as landscape details.
Rocks - This is the best mode when observing objects after a sunny day or within urban
Identification - This is the best mode when observing objects within adverse weather conditions (fog, mist, rain and snow). It allows you to recognize the characteristics of an object being
observed more clearly. Zoom increase may be accompanied by insignificant image
User - It allows you to configure and save custom brightness and contrast settings, as well
as one of the three modes as a base.
You may notice in certain environments different operating modes work better than others. Try out each mode to find the setting that suits you best.