Pulsar’s focus on emerging technologies, product development and design innovations, and walking the leading edge of the thermal and night vision industry, is as undebatable as it is also unrelenting. Pulsar Chief Marketing Officer, Liudas Abisala, underscores these truths with the company’s commitment. “We pride ourselves in being the innovation leaders in civilian thermal vision technology.”
Of course, Abisala emphasizes Pulsar’s current state and ongoing pursuit of industry-leading innovations with more choice words, stating, “Our status is constantly confirmed by the number of attempts to copy our product designs, features and even our communications.”
He adds, “The benefit is simply that constantly pushing ourselves keeps us focused on research, development and implementation of the newest technologies, as well as end-user focused solutions. Once again, for 2022, we are proud to introduce a long list of new devices to widen the gap between Pulsar and our competitors.”
That said, Pulsar leaps ahead in 2022 with a handful of advanced thermal and night vision products. These products are well worth industry buzz at SHOT Show and well into the calendar year. Beginning with a common theme throughout Pulsar’s new lineup, internal and external battery life has been extended via more efficient processing.
Thermion 2 LRF XP50 Pro
Many have hoped and few may even have suspected. But if you have held out on Thermion thermal riflescopes because your Trail features LRF, the wait is over. Pulsar’s latest, greatest flagship Thermion 2 thermal riflescope boasts an integrated laser rangefinder, accurate to within +/- 1 yard, out to nearly 900 yards; adult-size heat-signature detection range up to 2000 yards; <25 mK NETD sensor; 1024×768 HD AMOLED display; full 8-color display palette; 640×480 microbolometer sensor resolution; 17-micron pixel pitch; 50mm enhanced F1.0 germanium objective lens and 2 – 16x magnification.
The IPX7 waterproof-rated Thermion 2 LRF XP50 Pro also includes onboard video with audio; 16-gigabyte onboard media file storage in .jpg and .mp4 formats; internal and external rechargeable Li-ion batteries; Stream Vision 2 compatible Wi-Fi to use your personal smartphone or tablet as a remote, secondary display, stream content, transfer media files and update firmware; multiple user identification modes; storage for 5 rifle profiles with 10 distances each and up to 10 hours of battery life (with video-out off).
Digex C50 Digital Riflescope
Jumping into the 24-hour digital riflescope game, the Digex C50 Digital Riflescope employs a HD 1928×1088 sensor resolution, a 1024×768 HD AMOLED display and 1024×768 photo/video resolution for pristine full-color HD daytime and ultra-crisp digital night vision imaging courtesy of an FHD CMOS sensor. Additional Digex C50 Digital Riflescope features include built-in video with audio, 16 gb media file storage in .jpg and .mp4 formats, Stream Vision 2 app compatible Wi-Fi connectivity, 3.5 – 14x magnification and up to 10 hours of battery life from dual Li-ion mini power system. The Digex C50 is available with 940S and 850S IR illuminators and detection ranges reach 550 and 600 yards, respectively.
Krypton FXG50 and Photon FXQ30 Clip-On Thermal Optics
Designed to attach on the forward end of daytime riflescope, Krypton and Photon clip-on thermal devices add thermal imaging to your traditional optic, eliminating the need to switch scopes. As Pulsar’s flagship clip-on device, Krypton boasts 640×480 sensor resolution with a 12-micron pixel pitch while the Photon clip-on thermal utilizes 384×288 sensor resolution and a 17-micron pixel pitch. Also, the Krypton FXG50 boasts a 1746×1000 HD AMOLED display, <50 NETD sensitivity and up to 10 hours of battery life. The Photo FXQ30 features 1024×768 HD AMOLED display, <40 NETD sensitivity and up to 6 hours of battery life. Both models include built-in video, 16 gb of internal media storage in .jpg and .mp4 formats.
Talion XQ38 Thermal Riflescope
Pulsar raises the bar for entry-level thermal riflescopes once again with the Talion XQ38. While the Talion XQ38 is lighter and more compact, it definitely delivers BIG on premium features and thermal optic performance. The Talion boasts 384×288 microbolometer sensor resolution, 1024×768 AMOLED display, color display palette, multiple color and style reticle options, 2.5-10x magnification, onboard video recording, integral Wi-Fi and external distance focus. The Talion XQ38 is IPX7 waterproof rated, measures just 13 inches long, weighs 25 ounces and employs an APS5 rechargeable battery for up to 9 hours of operation.
Axion XQ35 and XQ35 LRF Thermal Monoculars
A perfect choice for discriminating thermal monocular users with a penchant for compact systems, the Axion XQ35 provides crisp image resolution courtesy of a <40mK NETD sensor and 384×288 resolution. The Axion XQ35’s 640×480 display resolution and 1400+ yard heat-signature detection range further enhance your field of view. The Axion LRF XQ35 also boasts rangefinding capability out to 1,100 yards (+/- 1 yard). Both LRF and non-LRF Axion XQ35 models include built-in photo and video with 16 gb of media file storage in .jpg and .mp4 formats, stream Vision 2 app compatible Wi-Fi, enhanced F1.0 germanium glass, up to 9 hours of battery life, 2x magnification with 2-8x digital zoom and IPX7 waterproof construction.
Learn more about Pulsar’s diverse, industry-leading line of thermal and night vision optics by visiting www.PulsarNv.com.