Pulsar Thermal Imaging And Night Vision Devices
Pulsar are the leading manufacturing company of nightvision and thermal imaging rifle scopes, binoculars and monoculars. Pulsar offer the highest performing thermal imagers on the market and also a good range of value for money products. They were one of the first companies to bring out a digital nightvision rifle scope and have since been developing and making many new products as technology improves. The majority of the Pulsar thermal products are also available with built in range finders taking the guess work out of judging distance at night.
All Pulsar thermal imaging and nightvision products are supplied with a 3 Year warranty. Batteries include a 1 year warranty.
Below you will see a few quick details on each line of products in the current Pulsar range to give an indication of which product is most suitable for your use:
Pulsar Digex C50
Provides colour images right into the twilight, built on a 30mm tube, the 1928x1088 sensor and HD AMOLED screen delivers sharp and precise images.
Pulsar Axion Thermal Imagers
The Axion range gives affordable performance with clear images out to 1300m, all in a compact and light weight shell.
Axion XM30F monocular is the cheapest in the range with a 640x400 pixel screen and 320x240 sensor (Detection range of 1200m).
The next step up is the Axion 2 Pro XQ35 and Axion 2 XQ35 LRF which have a detection range up to 1300m, 384x288 sensor with sub 25mK sensitivity and a 640x400 AMOLED screen.
Pulsar Axion 2 XG35 features a 40mK 640x480 12 Micron sensor giving perfectly detailed images through the 1024x768 screen. The image when zoomed in is extremely clear. This model is also available with a LRF laser range finder built in.
New model for September 2023, The Telos XP50 LRF from Pulsar features a built in 1000m range finder. This thermal imager is built around a sub 18mK sensor for high resolution images even when temperature differences are low and weather conditions tough. The 1024x768 pixel display delivers a large image with great field of view, perfect for easy spotting of quarry. A magnification ring at the front can be twisted to increase/decrease magnification making quarry identification much easier. The shape fits your hand comfortably for long duration viewing.
New Pulsar model for September 2023 built around a sub 18mK 640x480 thermal sensor providing high resolution images even when temperature differences are low and weather conditions tough. The 1024x768 pixel display delivers a large image with great field of view, perfect for easy spotting of quarry. A magnification ring at the front can be twisted to increase/decrease magnification making quarry identification much easier. The shape fits your hand comfortably for long duration viewing.
Pulsar Merger LRF XP50 And XL50
The Merger XL50 thermal binoculars have a 12 Micron 10x24x768 thermal sensor offering exceptionally detailed images even at high magnification for unrivalled quarry identification.
Pulsar Merger LRF XP50 feature a stunning <25mK thermal sensor providing high resolution images. Both models have the dual eyepiece configuration for reduced eye fatigue during longer viewing times and a built in 1000m range finder giving the necessary information needed before taking a shot.
Pulsar Krypton 2
The top model Pulsar Krypton 2 FXG50 has a 640x480 12 Micron sensor and large 1920x1080 display realistically allowing you to shoot with good performance on up to 9x magnification with detection out to 2300m.
Krypton 2 FXQ35 is much more affordable, featuring a smaller 17 Micron 384x288 thermal sensor with a 1920x1080 display and a detection range of 1300m.
Pulsar Thermion 2 Rifle Scope
Thermion 2 rifle scopes are at the peak of thermal imaging design. Built around a normal 30mm scope tube with the size and weight very similar to that of a normal day scope. The Pulsar Thermion 2 Pro XQ35 and XQ50 are well priced for a sub 25mK thermal sensor with sharp and clear viewing out to 1800m. The Pulsar Thermion 2 XP50 Pro LRF is the flagship with 640x480 thermal sensor. Thermion 2 LRF XG35 performs better giving a smooth image at higher magnification.
Pulsar Thermion Duo scopes have a thermal imaging channel and a digital channel for excellent 4K full colour images during the day. Thermion 2 DUO DXP55 offers a magnification of 4-32x on the digital channel.
Pulsar Talion XQ35 Pro
The Talion Pro with sub 25mK NETD sensor and 1024x768 display provides great thermal image at an affordable price. Talion XQ35 thermal rifle scopes are small and light weight and are designed to fit onto a picatinny rail.
Axion Thermal Monocular
Helion Thermal Monocular
Nightvision Rifle Scope
Thermion Thermal Rifle Scope
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