Pulsar Thermion 2 XP50 Thermal Imaging Rifle Scope
Pulsar Thermion 2 XP50 Thermal Imaging Rifle Scope has a couple of upgrades from the previous model! It has a 640x480/17µm thermal imaging sensor with high temperature sensitivity (NETD lower than 25 mK) that gives off excellent detail recognition even in tough weather conditions. Also, all Thermion 2 scopes have a new objective lens that comes with fast aperture germanium optics f/1.0, giving improved contrast and lowered noise.
Pulsar Thermion 2 XP50 sets the new standard by bringing the cutting edge thermal technology in well-proven 30mm tube scope packaging. The Thermion 2 XP50 is equipped with 640x480 resolution microbolometer for the engagement across adverse weather conditions (fog, smog, and rain), as well as bypassing obstacle-to-vision limitations like branches, tall grassland, and dense bushes. It has a detection range of 1800m and able to record video and capture photos at the same time.
The quick start-up offers the fullest potential when the situation requires it. Mounting option on any standard 30mm rings without specialized tools offers ease of use, where a recoil rating of 6,000 joules makes a high caliber execution of up to .375 H&H, 12-gauge and 9.3x64. Pulsar Thermion 2 XP50 Thermal Imaging Rifle Scope has full metal, aircraft-grade 30mm housing of IPX7 waterproof action; withstanding rain, heavy snowfall, and other precipitates while running flawlessly — even under 3 feet of water of 30 minutes submersion.
|Product Weight (KG)||0.9|
|Magnification||2 - 16x|
|Level Of Protection||IPX7|