Pulsar Thermion 2 XQ38
The Thermion 2 XQ38 Thermal Imaging Scope features a new 384×288 17µm <40mK thermal sensor manufactured by ULIS (for Pulsar) and provides a better image in conditions where there is a low-temperature difference such as during rainfall, fog, snow or cold mornings.
This unit also has excellent optical capabilities with its fast f1.0, 2.5x germanium lens for high powered optical performance, resulting in a maximum 10.0x magnification (4x digital zoom) and 1350m detection range for distance shooting.
Mounting Thermion units has been made easy (and familiar) with their design being compatible with standard 30mm scope rings, requiring no specialised tools or equipment.
With a magnesium alloy bodyshell and a protection rating of IPX7, Thermion Series scopes are incredibly robust and can perform in temperatures of -25°C to +50°C.
The Thermion has incredibly intuitive controls, with substantially sized lens focus and dioptre adjustment rings for better grip and identification, as well as centralised operational buttons that control recording, power (instant on/off) and zoom.
Users can make fast adjustments to the Thermions settings through the conveniently located controller dial. The Thermion has a variety of customisation settings, such as 8 colour modes and profile management that stores up to 5 profiles (with 10 distance coordinates) so the user can make quick change-outs and on-the-fly adjustments.
Picture-in-Picture (PiP) mode displays a magnified image at the top-centre of the display screen, taking up only 10% of the overall field of view. This zoomed-in additional display offers the user the ability to hone-in on a target while still maintaining the greater scene, maximising situational awareness.
Using on-board WiFi and the Stream Vision App, the Thermion can connect to a smartphone or tablet for use as a secondary screen. Other features include transferring photos & videos, adjusting device settings, motion detection, ballistic calculations and live streaming to online platforms. All in-device recording is saved to the Thermions 16GB internal memory.
The Thermion Series uses a dual-power system, consisting of an internal, built-in battery and an external, quick-change (APS2) power source. Users can run Thermions on both battery packs for a combined run-time or independently. The external APS2 battery pack (included) can be swapped out for an APS3 battery pack (sold separately), which will provide an even longer run time. The Thermion comes supplied with a spare extended turret cap which can be quickly exchanged for when using the larger APS3 battery. Thermion units will always run-off the external battery first and the internal battery second.
New revolutionary electronics mean that Thermion units can Instantly start-up from power saving ‘ Display Off ‘ mode. This quick start-up helps to save energy and thus prolongs operation time.
The built-in accelerometer/gyroscope helps aid users by notifying them of ‘cant’ greater than 5°, as well as performing an auto-shutdown when in a resting position for further power conservation.
The Pulsar Thermion range boasts a full-colour, HD AMOLED display. The cutting-edge display technology a delivers crisp, richly contrasted and vividly coloured field of view. AMOLED technology ensures flawless, fluid, high-resolution imaging and power saving. Stay in the great outdoors for longer and unhindered by unforgiving weather as the Thermion range is IPX7 rated for protection from heavy rainfall, snow or other precipitation. The Thermion is designed to run flawlessly, even after submersion in up to 1 metre of water for up to 30 minutes.
Long detection range
Smooth digital zoom
High contrast thermal sensors
Fast f1.0 Germanium lens
Frost-Resistant HD AMOLED colour display
50Hz Refresh rate
Compatible with standard 30mm rings
8 Colour modes
Instant Start-Up & “Display Off” mode
Side incline indicator
Built-In photo & video recorder
16GB internal memory
Stream Vision compatible
User Friendly controls
Wide operating temperature (-25°C to 50°C)
Built-In 3-axis gyroscope & accelerometer
Four observation modes (Forest, Rocks, Identification and User)
Three calibration modes (Manual, semi-auto, auto)
Dual battery system
Built-In, rechargeable APS3 battery pack
Quick-Change, rechargeable APS2 battery pack
Retained lens cap
Image Boost Technology