Whether on duty, hunting at night or merely protecting your family, nighttime target identification remains a constant challenge. U.S. military operations routinely overpower adversaries at night, typically owning the best technology, delivering a decided tactical advantage. Whatever your pursuit, the Pulsar Helion 2 XP50 helps deliver that same tactical advantage in a handheld thermal monocular.
Pulsar Helion 2 XP50
The Helion 2 XP50 features a highly-enhanced sensor of <40mK. According to Pulsar, it guarantees exceptional detail recognition in any weather condition. It utilizes a full-color 640×480 AMOLED display. The unit delivers vivid, crystal-clear images and efficient power conservation, according to Pulsar. Meanwhile, a three-second startup time helps shooters identify targets quickly.
The Helion 2 also features a built-in camera and video recorder. It includes wi-fi connectivity and direct image streaming, even allowing livestream to Facebook or YouTube. The optic boasts an IPX7 waterproof rating, updatable software and a rechargeable battery.
The ultramodern monocular also features a NETD, or noise-equivalent temperature difference. The Helion 2 detects slight variations in thermal radiation, on an adult-sized object, up to 2,00 yards away. It comes with eight different color palettes. The optic features 2.5x-20x base digital magnification.
The unit also proves tough in the field. It can operate in temperatures ranging from -25C (-13F) to 50C (122F). All the while, it delivers up to 10 hours of battery life.
Pulsar Helion 2 XP50 Specs
- Highly sensitive thermal imaging sensor <40 mK
- 640×480 resolution / 17um pixel pitch core
- 2000 yd detection range
- Full-color AMOLED Display
- Built-in photo and video recorder
- 4 observation modes
- Variable digital zoom
- 8 color palettes
- Wi-fi integration with IOS and Android devices
- Up to 10 hours operating time
- MSRP: $4,399.99
For more information, visit pularnv.com.
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