Pulsar Helion 2 XQ50F

£2,339.95 Incl. VAT

  • Sensor – 384×288 pix. @ 17 µm (NETD <40 mK)
  • Objective Lense – F50/1.0 Magnification  x 2.5 – 20 (x8 zoom)
  • Screen – 1024×768 HD AMOLED
  • Field of view –  (HxV), degrees / m@100m 10.7×8.0 / 18.7×14.0
  • Detection range –  1800m
  • 1024×768 HD AMOLED
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The characteristics of thermal imaging optics have a decisive influence on a thermal imagers ability to capture even the lowest radiation levels. Ultimate detection efficiency is achieved with the fast lenses of the Helion 2 XQ38F (F35/1.0) and Helion 2 XQ50F (F50/1.0) thermal imagers in combination with highly sensitive thermal sensors. The Helion 2 XQ models give users the best quality, most detailed & high-contrast, informative imagery every time, even during rain or fog, when the temperature contrast of the observed scene is minimal.

The new 1024×768 HD AMOLED display has improved colour rendering, is power saving, offers high contrast imagery and a quick-response, as well as providing clear & smooth images when observing on-the-move or in cold conditions.

Pulsar’s proprietary Image Boost Technology is comprised of software algorithms designed to increase imaging clarity and overall image detail. Image Boost results in a sharper, more detailed field of view and enhanced object identification capabilities.

The lightweight magnesium alloy housing standsout due to a high structural strength and resistance to external mechanical and climatic loads. The housing material effectively removes and dissipates the heat generated by the electronics, ensuring the operational stability of the thermal imager and maintains a high quality image during prolonged observation.

Digital zoom, up to 8x depending on model, provides improved focus and better overall object recognition at significant distances.

Powerful objective lens in combination with professional grade thermal imaging sensor with NETD 40 mK provides exceptional detection capabilities. A standard 1,8m tall object can be detected at 1350 m distance in complete darkness.

The Built-in video recorder is a great asset when it comes to filming or taking photos of once-in-a-lifetime experiences. One press of the REC button captures footage that can be shared easily with colleagues, friends and family. 16 Gb of internal memory provide many hours of recorded video and tons of photos.

The built-in WiFi module connects the device with either Android or iOS smartphones using the Stream Vision 2 mobile app. This combination opens up a wide range of options: wireless device software updates, real-time image transmission to the mobile device screen, remote control digital functions and much more. Users registered in the application are provided with cloud storage space for photos and videos taken with a digital or thermal imaging device. An important feature is that the device is still compatible with the previous, first version of the Stream Vision application.

Specs and differences between XQ38 and XQ50

Housing – Both have lightweight magnesium alloy housing.
Sensor – Both have 384×288  @ 17 µm (NETD 40 mK).
Objective lens – XQ38 has F35/1.0 – 3 – 12x zoom , XQ50 has F50 /1.0 – 4.5 – 18 x zoom.
Screen – Both have 1024×768 AMOLED
Field of view –  Both models (HxV), degrees / m@100m 12.4×9.3 / 21.8×16.3
Detection range –  XQ38 1350m. XQ50 1800m