WPS 1657255801

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Shenzhen Pard Technology Co.,Ltd OCELOT Thermal Imaging Camera 2A3OF-OCELOT 2A3OFOCELOT ocelot

Instruction Manual for Pard models including: 2A3OF-OCELOT Thermal Imaging Camera, 2A3OF-OCELOT, Thermal Imaging Camera, Imaging Camera, Camera

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Components and Controls

No. Name

No. Name


Objective lens

6 Eyepiece rubber sleeve


Objective lens focus ring 7 Diopter foucing


Laser rangefinder

8 Micro SD card slot



9 Type-C charging port


Battery compartment cap 10 Power/Sleep key

Shortcut Mode

Single Press

Press and Hold Double

Key 1 Key 2 Key 3 Key 4 Power Key

Up/Zoom in
Down/Switch image mode Menu/Back
Sleep mode


File/Turn WiFi

off Turn on/off PIP

Record/Save video

Shutter correction

Take photos


Power on/off

Switch scene mode

Battery Installation and Startup The battery installation steps are as follows: Push the battery cap button until it opens and remove the battery. Remove the insulating tape. Put the positive pole (+) of the battery inwards, and then press the battery cap until the battery cap is locked. To turn on the device, press and hold the power button for about 3 seconds. (When the power light illuminates and the PARD Logo appears on the screen, the device is ready for use.
Mount Installation To ensure optimal performance and user experience, we highly recommend using our original mount provided in the product packaging. Open the box and take out the device, 1 mount and 1 Allen wrench. The device features 5 mounting holes located at the bottom. Attach the mount securely to the bottom of the device using the Allen wrench and screws. The mount is compatible with Picatinny rail.
Focusing Diopter Adjustment Ring

Diopter adjustment in a vision scope refers to the ability to adjust the focus of the device's eyepiece to compensate for differences in users' vision. It allows individuals with varying levels of eyesight to achieve a clear and focused view of the displayed content on the device's screen.
After turning on the device, rotate the diopter adjustment ring until the texts or icons on the screen are clearly. Please note that the image may not be clear after diopter adjustment. As long as the text on the screen is clear and visible, it is sufficient. Note: If the objective lens is not properly focused, the image may be unclear. Objective Lens Adjustment Ring Before adjusting the objective lens, it is important to complete the diopter focusing. Then adjust the objective lens focus ring until a clear image of the target is achieved. E-compass Calibration Once the eyepiece is properly focused, proceed to calibrate the electronic compass using the "Figure 8" pattern method. Tilt and move the device in a Figure 8 motion until the compass is calibrated, as the following pic.
Key features NETD20mK High-low alternative keys 1200yd/1000m LRF Recoil-activated recording Upgraded UI design WiFi IP67 weatherproof rating 6000J recoil resistance PRECAUTIONS

Battery Usage: Please remove the insulating tape from the battery before first use. Use a fully charged lithium-ion battery with a voltage rating of 3.7V.
Device Storage: Turn off the device and remove the battery if not use for more than 10 days. Store the device & battery in a dry and safe place.
Handling and Transportation: Exercise caution when handling or transportation the device. It is recommended to use the original packaging for transportation.
Light Exposure: Do not use the device to focus directly on strong sources of light such as the sun or electric welding. Direct exposure may damage the detector and void the warranty.
Lens Protection: Prevent lens scratches and damage from oil or chemical contamination. Keep the lens cap on when not in use.
Environmental Considerations: Place the device in a cool, dry, and well-ventilated environment. Avoid strong electromagnetic fields. Ensure the storage temperature remains between -30/-22 and 55/131.
Device Disassembly and Support: Please refrain from attempting to disassemble the device without proper authorization. Unauthorized disassembly can result in voiding the warranty and may cause irreparable damage to the device. If you encounter any problems, please contact our after-sales team. Report any issues promptly to ensure timely resolution and proper support.
Attention! Export Requirements: Please note that all PARD night-vision and thermal imaging devices require a license for export outside the country.

Model Sensor
Resolution(px) Pixel Size(µm) NETD Frame Rate(fps) Detection Distance(m) Optics

Uncooled VOx (vanadium oxide) 256*192 12*12 25mK0.025 50 900

Uncooled VOx (vanadium oxide) 480*360 12*12 20mK0.020 50 1800/2600

Uncooled VOx (vanadium oxide) 640*512 12*12 20mK0.020 50 2600

Objective Lens(mm) Optical Magnification(x) Digital Zoom(x)
Horizontal Field of view Vertical
Diagonal Eye Relief(mm) Diopter Adjustment(D) Display Type Resolution(px) Reticle Style Reticle Color Scene Mode
Image Mode
Photo / Video Photo Resolution(px) Photo Format Video Resolution(px) Video Format
Image Engine Main function LRF Detection Range

19 3.2 2/4/6/8 9.2° 6.9° 11.5° 30 -5~+5
OLED 1024*768 6 Red/White/Yellow/Green City/Rain/Forest WT-HOT/BK-HOT /EDGE/RD-HOT /IN-HOT/SKY
1024*768 .JPG 1024*768 .mp4 Micro SD card (128 GB,Max) Pard IREA

35 3 2/4/6/8 9.4° 7.1° 11.8° 30 -5~+5
OLED 1920*1080 6 Red/White/Yellow/Green City/Rain/Forest WT-HOT/BK-HOT /EDGE/RD-HOT /IN-HOT/SKY
2048×1536 .JPG 1440×1080 .mp4 Micro SD card (128 GB,Max) Pard IREA

45 3.4 2/4/6/8 9.8° 7.8° 12.5° 30 -5~+5
OLED 1920*1080 6 Red/White/Yellow/Green City/Rain/Forest WT-HOT/BK-HOT /EDGE/RD-HOT /IN-HOT/SKY
2048×1536 .JPG 1440×1080 .mp4 Micro SD card (128 GB,Max) Pard IREA





Recoil-activated Recording


Loop Recording


Hot Track





Mechanical shutter



Firmware Upgrade



USB Tpye-C




Supported Apps


Power Supply

Battery Type

Lithium Ion 18650*1

Output Voltage(V)


Operating Time(h)


External Power Supply


Environmental characteristic

Protective Class


Operating Temp(°C/°F)

-30 ~ +55 / -22 ~ +131

Recoil Resistance(J)




Aluminium Alloy

Objective Lens

All-glass multi-coated lens


Product Dimension

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Mechanical shutter Yes Yes
Yes Yes PardVision2
Lithium Ion 18650*1 3.7 5 Type-C
IP67 -30 ~ +55 / -22 ~ +131 6000
Aluminium Alloy All-glass multi-coated lens

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Mechanical shutter Yes Yes
Yes Yes PardVision2
Lithium Ion 18650*1 3.7 5 Type-C
IP67 -30 ~ +55 / -22 ~ +131 6000
Aluminium Alloy All-glass multi-coated lens

(with LRF, L * W * H, mm)





(with LRF&battery, g)

FCC WARNING This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: --Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. --Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. --Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. --Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Note: The Grantee is not responsible for any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance. such modifications could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.

The device has been evaluated to meet general RF exposure requirement. This equipment complies with FCC's RF radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment. This device and its antenna(s) must not be co-located or conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.


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