The new Pulsar Helion Thermal Monocular series feature either a 640x480 or 384x288 17µm thermal sensor. The Helion XP Series features the 640x480 thermal sensor offering increased field of views, increased image definition and have interchangeable objective lenses. The Helion XQ’s are fitted with the 384x288 17µm thermal sensor and share the same functionality as the XP series but have fixed lenses.

The Helion series had the ability to link via Wi-Fi with Android and iOS based mobile units using the free mobile application Stream Vision. The Stream Vision software connects the device with Android/iOS devices which enables you to receive footage in real time mode, to distantly operate the device with your smartphone and to stream the footage captured by the device to direct to Youtube.


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Pulsar Helion 2 XQ38F Thermal monocular

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Pulsar Helion 2 XQ50F thermal monocular

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Pulsar Helion 2 XP50 Pro thermal monocular

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Pulsar Krypton XG50 Thermal monocular

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Pulsar Proton XQ30 thermal monocular

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Pulsar Axion LRF XQ38 Themal monocular

The Axion LRF XQ38 Thermal Imaging Monocular offers its user highly detailed thermal imaging observation & recording within an ultra-compact and lightweight format. This model has a detection range of up to 1350m and a native magnification of 3.5x, with 4x digital zoom for a total of 14.0x magnification.

The Axion LRF XQ38 features a 384x288 17µm <40mK NETD thermal sensor. The NETD (Noise Equivalent of Temperature Differential), expressed in millikelvins (mK) is one of the most important parameters for thermal sensors as it describes their sensitivity. The lower the NETD value, the higher the sensitivity.
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Pulsar Axion Key XM22 thermal monocular

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Pulsar Axion XQ38 Thermal Monocular

The Axion XQ38 Thermal Imaging Monocular offers its user highly detailed thermal imaging observation & recording within an ultra-compact and lightweight format. This model has a detection range of up to 1350m and a native magnification of 3.5x, with 4x digital zoom for a total of 14.0x magnification.

The Axion XQ38 features a 384x288 17µm <40mK NETD thermal sensor. The NETD (Noise Equivalent of Temperature Differential), expressed in millikelvins (mK) is one of the most important parameters for thermal sensors as it describes their sensitivity. The lower the NETD value, the higher the sensitivity.
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Pulsar Axion XM30S Thermal monocular

The Axion Series introduces the new Axion XM30S with the addition of a new Sony display screen and modifications to the sensor, increased magnification (4.5x) and new firmware.

The Axion series is an ultra-compact, lightweight, handheld thermal imaging monocular. With detection ranges of up to 1700m and a native magnification of up to 5.5x with optimal 4x digital zoom, depending on the model.
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Pulsar Axion Key XM30 thermal imaging monocular

Designed to fit perfectly in one hand or a pocket of a standard size, Axion ensures comfortable grip position and easy carrying.  Compact size of thermal imager makes it an optimal portable unit for scouting and spotting.

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Pulsar Helion 2 XP50 Thermal monocular

The Helion 2 XP50 has a generation 2 thermal sensor, providing even more detail in difficult environmental conditions such as cold mornings, rain or fog.

New <40mK Thermal Sensor

By now, most thermal users are familiar with the sensor resolution of a device e.g. 640x480, and also the pixel pitch e.g. 17µm. The improvement of these new Series 2 devices concentrates on a key specification of thermal sensor technology – the NETD value.

The NETD (Noise Equivalent of Temperature Differential), expressed in millikelvins (mK) is one of the most important parameters for thermal sensors as it describes their sensitivity. The lower the NETD value, the higher the sensitivity.

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