Pulsar Quantum HD38S Thermal Imaging Monocular3 Calibration Modes: Manual, Semi-Automatic, Automatic
The Pulsar Quantum HD38S Thermal Imaging Monocular is a cutting edge thermal imaging solution that surpasses the challenges faced by traditional low-light and night vision cameras. It’s designed to let you see through fog, smoke or light brush and you can use it in total darkness without the need for an IR illuminator.
The Thermal Imaging Advantage
Thermal imaging has an advantage over traditional low-light or night vision devices since it doesn’t need any light to operate. Traditional night vision devices work because they are able to use very tiny amounts of reflected light or IR light to form images. Thermal imaging doesn’t need light because it reads the heat signature of an object and the surroundings. Its microbolometer is able to form images from the tiny difference in temperature between objects. That data is then processed to produce detailed and high contrast images.
Image Processing Power
The image that is generated by the sensor and onboard software can be further fine-tuned using easy to operate buttons on the unit’s top. You can also choose between “White hot” or “Black hot” modes. Whatever mode you chose, you can be sure that the image produced on the OLED display and on video output is consistent across the entire field of view.
Enhanced Operation using Add-ons
The rubber armored body of the monocular is made from durable carbon fiber and has a Weaver rail to accommodate accessories. You can choose to prolong the operating time with a battery pack or an external power supply. It also accommodates video recording devices if you want to document your observations.
Pulsar Quantum HD38S Thermal Imaging Monocular Features:
3 Operation Modes: City, Forest, Identification
Wide Field of View
External Power Supply
Image Inversion Modes: "White Hot" and "Black Hot"
Power Saving Mode
Defective Pixel Repair Option
Included in the Box:
Automotive Cigarette Lighter Adapter
Spare Battery Container
| Model || 77311 |
| Type of microbolometer || UL 03 16 2 Uncooled |
| Sensor resolution || 384x288 pixel |
| Refresh rate || 30 Hz |
| OLED Display Size || 0.31 inch |
| Optical magnification || 2.1x |
| Digital zoom || 2x |
| Close Up Range || 2m |
| Exit Pupil || 8mm |
| Spectral Range || 7.7 - 13.2 µm |
| Field of View (Horizontal) || 14.4 Degree |
| Field of View (Vertical) || 10.8 Degree |
| Diopter Adjustment || ±5 D |
| Max Detection range || 950 m / 1039 yds |
| Start Up Time || 10 sec |
| Power Supply || 4÷6 V |
| Battery Type || 4 x AA |
| External power supply || 8.4 -15 V |
| Operating Time on Battery Pack || 9h (EPS3) / 20h(EPS5) |
| Operating Time on a Battery Set || Approx. 5.5 h (Power Saving Mode) |
| Degree of Protection || IPX4 |
| Video Output Signal || PAL / NTSC |
| Body Colour || Black |
| Operating temperature || -20 °C +50 °C (Humidity up to 90%) |
| Unit dimensions || 200x86x59 mm |
| Weight without batteries || 350g |
Your Pulsar product is covered by a 3 year warranty on mechanical parts (eye piece, lenses, adjustment knobs and on/off switch), night vision intensifier tubes, digital CCD chips and the CMOS chip.
In the event of a defect under this warranty, Pulsar will either repair or replace the product (at their own option). This warranty does not cover damages caused by misuse or improper handling. Also, this warranty is null and void if modification or maintenance is provided by someone other than Pulsar.
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