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Pulsar Thermion XP50 Thermal Imaging Weapon Scope (50Hz)

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The Pulsar Thermion XP50 Thermal Imaging Weapon Scope provides superior thermal imaging and state-of-the-art design. It is ideal for professional hunters. Please see the video below for a brief introduction to the Pulsar Thermion Thermal Imaging Riflescopes.

Thermal Imaging Technology

The Pulsar Thermion XP50 Thermal Imaging Weapon Scope features high-quality germanium optics and a 640 x 480 microbolometer sensor with 17µm pixel pitch. It has a 12.4° horizontal field-of-view and a long detection range of 1800m, as well as a magnification range of 2.0-16x.

The digital magnification/ zoom can be used to improve the Pulsar Thermion XP50 Thermal Imaging Weapon Scope’s focus and allows the hunter to view the details most relevant to his/her application. Similarly, the Pulsar Thermion XP50 Thermal Imaging Weapon Scope’s Picture-in-Picture mode allows the user to highlight and magnify a specific area within the field-of-view (10% of the FOV) without losing the overall FOV. The selected area is displayed in a box at the top-centre of the display. The PIP mode is particularly useful when determining precise shot placement.

In addition to improving focus, the digital magnification/ zoom can be used to improve target identification. It is possible to identify animals, animals’ extremities and environmental features, such as branches, leaves, grass and terrain, using the Pulsar Thermion XP50 Thermal Imaging Weapon Scope.

The Pulsar Thermion XP50 Thermal Imaging Weapon Scope’s full-colour, HD AMOLED display also aids with target identification as it provides vividly coloured, sharp, high-contrast thermal images and videos. AMOLED technology also saves power. The user is able to alter the colour palette as required, allowing him/her to highlight the details most relevant to the application. The Pulsar Thermion XP50 Thermal Imaging Weapon Scope includes standard White Hot and Black Hot colour palettes, as well as Red Hot, Rainbow and Ultramarine which are designed to show the most intense areas of an animal’s heat signature, and Sepia, Violet and Red Monochrome optimised for reducing eye fatigue.

Versatility, adaptability and efficiency are defining characteristics of the Pulsar Thermion XP50 Thermal Imaging Weapon Scope. As such, in order to facilitate in-the-field adjustments and quick rifle change-outs, it is possible to save up to five zeroing profiles each containing ten distance coordinates.

Wi-Fi Connectivity, Pulsar Stream Vision App and Image/ Video Capture and Streaming

It is also possible to save thousands of thermal images (.jpg) and hours of thermal footage (MPEG-4) to the Pulsar Thermion XP50 Thermal Imaging Weapon Scope’s integrated 16GB memory.

Alternatively, thermal media can be streamed to the user’s smartphone or tablet using Wi-Fi and the Pulsar Stream Vision App. Using Wi-Fi and the Pulsar Stream Vision App the user can also access and alter the Pulsar Thermion XP50 Thermal Imaging Weapon Scope’s settings and functions using his/her smartphone or tablet.

Easy-to-Use and Ergonomic

The Pulsar Thermion XP50 Thermal Imaging Weapon Scope itself features a simple, three-button operating system ensuring that it is easy to operate whilst in the field.

More practically, this IR riflescope can be easily connected to a range of rifles. It can be attached to 30mm scope rings without using specialist tools. Furthermore, the Pulsar Thermion XP50 Thermal Imaging Weapon Scope is recoil rated to .375 H & H, 2-gauge and 9.3x64 making it suitable for use with large calibre weapons.

In addition to this, the Pulsar Thermion XP50 Thermal Imaging Weapon Scope is compatible with a range of Pulsar reticle options, including reticles in different colours (black, white, green and red) and scalable ballistic styles.

Longevity, Durability and Practicality

The Pulsar Thermion XP50 Thermal Imaging Weapon Scope has also been designed to be compatible with future Pulsar software, ensuring that it will be able to keep up with new developments and will support new features and functions intended to improve performance.

The Pulsar Thermion XP50 Thermal Imaging Weapon Scope’s compatibility with future software improves its technological longevity whilst its dual battery system and instant start-up increase its operational longevity. The Pulsar Thermion XP50 Thermal Imaging Weapon Scope’s rapid start-up conserves power as the IR riflescope can be left off until the moment it is required, thereby increasing its operating time. Additionally, the dual battery system (consisting of an internal and external battery) also increases its operating time.

Finally, the Pulsar Thermion XP50 Thermal Imaging Weapon Scope is housed in a rugged, reinforced, all-metal casing ensuring that it is suitable for use in challenging outdoor environments. Its IPX7 certification ensures that it is resistant to precipitation such as snow and heavy rainfall; the Pulsar Thermion XP50 Thermal Imaging Weapon Scope will remain functional despite submersion in three feet of water for up to thirty minutes.

The Pulsar Thermion XP50 Thermal Imaging Weapon Scope is a powerful, professional, premium thermal imager housed in a practical, traditional-style, aircraft-grade 30mm-tube.

Pulsar Thermion XP50 Thermal Imaging Weapon Scope Key Features

  • A superior thermal imager with a state-of-the-art design
  • Ideal for professional hunters
  • High-quality germanium optics
  • 640 x 480 microbolometer sensor with a 17µm pixel pitch
  • Horizontal FOV: 12.4°
  • Long detection range: 1800m
  • Magnification range: 2.0-16.0x
  • Digital magnification/ zoom improves focus
  • Picture-in-Picture mode: magnify up to 10% of the FOV without losing the overall FOV; particularly useful when determining precise shot placement
  • Improved target identification: identify animals, animals’ extremities and environmental features
  • Full-colour, HD AMOLED display: provides vividly coloured, sharp, high-contrast thermal images and videos
  • Selectable colour palettes: White Hot, Black Hot, Red Hot, Rainbow, Ultramarine, Sepia, Violet and Red Monochrome
  • Save up to five zeroing profiles with ten distance coordinates in each
  • Zeroing profiles facilitate in-the-field adjustments and quick rifle change-outs
  • 16GB memory
  • Save thermal images as .jpg
  • Save thermal videos as MPEG-4
  • Stream thermal media to a smartphone or tablet via Wi-Fi and the Pulsar Stream Vision App
  • Access the riflescope’s settings and functions using a smartphone or tablet, Wi-Fi and the Pulsar Stream Vision App
  • Simple, three-button operating system
  • Attach to 30mm scope rings without using specialist tools
  • Recoil rated to .375 H&H, 2-gauge and 9.3x64
  • Suitable for use with large calibre weapons
  • Compatible with a range of Pulsar reticle options including reticles in different colours (black, white, green and red) and scalable ballistic styles
  • Futureproof: compatible with future Pulsar software including new features and functions designed to improve performance
  • Instant start-up
  • Instant start-up conserves battery life
  • Dual battery system: one internal and one external cell
  • Dual battery system increases the operating time
  • Rugged, reinforced, all-metal casing
  • IPX7
  • Waterproof
  • Will remain functional despite submersion in three feet of water for thirty minutes
  • Powerful, professional and premium thermal imager housed in a practical, traditional-style, aircraft-grade 30mm-tube

What’s Included?

  • Pulsar Thermion XP50 Thermal Imaging Weapon Scope
  • APS2 Rechargeable Battery
  • APS Battery Charger
  • Mains Charger
  • USB Cable
  • Case
  • Cloth for Cleaning Optics
  • Quick Start Guide
  • Warranty Card
  • APS3 Battery Cover
Part CodePUL-76543

Pulsar Thermion XP50 Thermal Imaging Weapon Scope (50Hz) Technical Specifications 

Sensor 640x480 @ 17 µm
Objective lens F50/1.2
Magnification, x 2 – 16 (x8 zoom)
Detection range, m 1800
Sensor
Type uncooled
Resolution, pixels 640x480
Pixel pitch, µm 17
Frame rate, Hz 50
Optics
Objective lens F50/1.2
Magnification, x 2 - 16
Field of view (HxV), degrees / m @ 100 m 12.4x9.3 / 21.8x16.3
Eye relief, mm 50
Display
Type AMOLED
Resolution, pixels 1024x768
Range Performance 
Detection range, m 1800
Reticle 
Click value, H/V, mm at 100 m 21 / 21
Click range, H/V, mm at 100 m 4200 / 4200
Number of preloaded reticles 10+
Video Recorder 
Video / photo resolution, pixel 1024x768
Video / photo format .mp4 / .jpg
Built-in memory, Gb 16
Environmental Characteristics 
Degree of protection, IP code (IEC60529) IPХ7
Operating temperature range -25 – +50
Weight & Size 
Dimensions, mm 402x78x80
Weight, kg 0.9
Power Supply 
Output voltage, V 3.0 - 4.2
Battery type Li-Ion Battery Pack APS2
Capacity, mAh 2000
Operating time on battery pack (at t=22°C), h * 5+
External power supply 5V
Connections and Compatibility 
Max. recoil power on rifled weapon (Eo), Joules 6000
Shock resistance on the smooth-bore rifles, caliber
12
Mounting brackets on weapon Standard 30 mm rings
Wi-Fi
Frequency 2.4GHz
Standard 802,11 b/g
Line-of-sight reception range, m 15
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