Boasting state-of-the-art design and the latest in advanced technological innovations, the Pulsar Thermion 2 XQ50 delivers the premium thermal imaging you’ve come to expect, but on a traditional-style aircraft-grade 30mm-tube. The Thermion 2 XQ50 features a 384 x 288 <40MK sensor resolution with 17μ pixel pitch. The cutting-edge thermal imaging riflescopes for professional hunters who value traditions and seek technological superiority.
High quality germanium optics coupled with an advanced thermal imaging sensor ensure an unprecedented detection range of up to 1800 metres in, even in complete darkness.
Thanks to the new revolutionary electronics unit can be started almost instantly. Quick start-up helps to save energy and thus prolongs time of operation. The unit can be kept switched off and then rapidly activated when the right time comes.
Designed from the ground up for ease of use, the Pulsar Thermion 2 XQ50 riflescopes mount to standard 30mm scope rings. No specialized tools or equipment are required. With recoil rating up to 6,000 Joules for flawless performance on larger calibers up to .375 H&H, 12-gauge and 9.3×64.
Designed for rugged reliability, Thermion 2 XQ50 riflescopes boast full, reinforced yet lightweight metal construction. Precision-fabrication of housing elements ensures flawless field performance.
The Pulsar Thermion 2 XQ50 features integrated video (including recoil-activated) and still image recording in MPEG-4 and .jpg makes sharing the thermal action quick and easy. The onboard 16-GB internal memory handles recoil flawlessly and stores hours of video or thousands of photos. Using Wi-Fi and the Stream Vision App, connect the Thermion to a smartphone or tablet for use as a second display or remote control. Also makes transferring recorded files, adjusting settings, upgrading firmware.
Pulsar Thermion 2 XQ50 riflescopes have a dual battery system which consists of two batteries internal and external. External battery ensures additional operation time and can be replaced in a matter of seconds.
Color palettes offer customized display options. While white hot and black hot are most popular, Red Hot, Rainbow and Ultramarine highlight a heat signature’s more intense hot spots. Violet, Red Monochrome and Sepia are optimal palettes for reduced eye fatigue over long periods of observation.