infrared binoculars

infrared binoculars

[¦in·frə¦red bə′näk·yə·lərz]
(optics)
An instrument for viewing an enlarged infrared image with both eyes; it has two infrared telescopes whose lens systems are similar to those of ordinary binoculars.
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"Mobile phones and infrared binoculars were also seized," he added.
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Saft said that under the contract it will development and manufacture more than 40 000 Li-ion battery systems,to provide the energy which will power the FELIN infrared night vision equipment; the infrared binoculars; the radio systems; man-machine interface equipment; the GPS; and the osteophonic systems.
Savoy wielded infrared binoculars, which use high-frequency waves, to scan the region for unusual rock formations; infrared binoculars distinguish objects by the heat they release.
He explained that 1/2the attack occurred on a public road and not in a closed military zone, besides the bus which carried soldiers off duty, does not differ from a school or university bus.[c] Ghazi Jeribi spoke on the fringes of a ceremony of handing infrared binoculars, a donation of the United States of America to the Defence Ministry.
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In a statement, the department also reported the seizure of 1 pistol, 3 rifles, 70 cartridges, infrared binoculars, equipment belonging to the military and police, 3 paralysing gas bombs, an electric cable and a sword.
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