Krypton 2 FXQ35 Thermal Front Add On
Durable Compact Design
When hunting, every extra gram of equipment counts. Krypton 2 is easy and comfortable to use.
With its short length, light-weight design and uniform weight distribution, the attachment has minimal impact on the balance of the "weapon-optics" complex when mounted on the lens of an optical riflescope, while the attachment controls are easy to reach.
Premium Magnesium Alloy Housing
A rugged, lightweight magnesium alloy housing has high structural strength, protecting the Krypton 2 from shock and vibration loads, it is resistant to external mechanical, temperature and climatic effects.
The magnesium alloy housing effectively removes and dissipates heat from the electronic components of the thermal imager, increasing the operational stability of the device.
Upto 11hrs of runtime on a single charge
Quick-change rechargeable Li-Ion battery pack IPS7 provides enough power for up to 11 hours of non-stop operation.
On one battery pack the unit can run the whole night without the need to be replaced. Quick-release and wireless design, long operating time are the major highlights of this power system.
Quick transformation from clip-on to 3x thermal monocular
A few seconds and the new Pulsar 3x20B compact monocular are all it take to turn Krypton 2 into a 3x thermal imaging device.
The bayonet connection ensures that the Krypton 2 is quick and easy to transform from an attachment to a thermal imaging monocular and back in field conditions.
High definition colour AMOLED display
The new FHD full-colour AMOLED display is characterized by high contrast, a wide dynamic range and energy savings.
The fast response time ensures a clear and smooth image when observing in motion or in freezing conditions.
Adaptable user interface
A new feature for Pulsar thermal imaging attachments is the graphical user interface adaptation.
The device menu and status bar positions are scaled by the user to a comfortable view when changing the magnification of the day riflescope.
This allows the user to see the current information about the attachment status and operate with the menu in a significant range of magnifications.