Pulsar Helion XP28 Thermal Monocular
Pulsar Helion XP28 thermal imaging scope is part of Pulsar's new thermal imaging family. It is based on an IR sensor (uncooled microbolometer) and is represented by a number of models featuring various frame rate, magnification and lens diameter. The scopes can be used in both night-time and day-time in adverse weather conditions (fog, smog, rain) to see through obstacles hindering detection of targets (branches, tallgrass, thick bushes etc.). Unlike the image intensifier tube based night vision device, Helion thermal imaging scopes do not require an external source of light and are not affected by bright light exposure. Helion thermal imaging scopes are designed for various areas of application including night hunting, observation, trail orienteering, rescue operations etc.
Pulsar Helion XP28 Thermal Monocular Features:
High resolution 640x480
The best image definition
High image frequency at 50Hz
Detection distance up to 1000 m
Built-in video recording
Mobile-friendly (iOS, Android) with remote control and live internet streaming
Quick-change B-Pack power units
Operating temperatures range of -25° ... +50°С.
Fully-functional wireless control (optional)