(MANSFIELD, TEXAS 2017/04/03) – Recently unveiled at the 2017 SHOT Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, Pulsar Helion Thermal Monoculars heat up the thermal industry by setting the bar for feature-packed technologically advanced optics.
With eight color display mode options, including White Hot and Black Hot, variable magnification, onboard video recording capability with 8GB internal storage, Stream Vision App compatible WiFi, 8-hour rechargeable battery, wireless remote control, germanium lens system, rugged glass-nylon composite construction, and ultra-reliable IPX7 waterproof, fogproof and dustproof protection, Helion thermal monoculars are a perfect law enforcement, security, search and rescue and hunting solution in nearly any environment.
While XQ series devices include 17µm pixel pitch, 384×288 microbolometer resolution and fixed focus, XP models boast 17µm pixel pitch, 640×480 microbolometer resolution and adjustable focus. All Helion thermal monoculars feature a richly detailed 640×480 AMOLED display with a lightning fast, ultra-fluid 50Hz frame rate.
Pulsar’s Helion thermal monocular line up consists of 6 models:
XQ30F (PL77393) – Heat detection range up to 985 yds, 2.5-10x magnification
XQ38F (PL77394) – Heat detection range up to 1,475 yds, 3.1-12.4x magnification
XQ50F (PL77395) – Heat detection range up to 2,000 yds, 4.1-16.4x magnification
XP28 (PL77403) – Heat detection range up to 1,100 yds, 1.4-11.2x magnification
XP38 (PL77404) – Heat detection range up to 1,475 yds, 1.9-15.2x magnification
XP50 (PL77405) – Heat detection range up to 2,000 yds, 2.5-20x magnification
While the Wi-Fi and Stream Vision App can be used to monitor the Helion’s display from other devices like smartphones and tablets, the technology even allows your device to be used as a remote control. Pulsar’s Wi-Fi and firmware also make streaming video, data transfers and program upgrades exceptionally easy.
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