NEW! Pulsar Axion Series
By Jamie Wells
Available in the Spring, the new Pulsar Axion series of thermal imaging monoculars consists of three new models, including the Axion XM30, Axion XM38 and Axion Key XM30.
One of the smallest thermal imagers to be designed by Pulsar to date, the Axion is ultra-compact and robust with a magnesium alloy body shell.
All models feature a 12µm thermal sensor with 320×240 pixel resolution, providing exceptional image quality. The Key XM30 and XM30 have a detection range of 1200m and the XM38 has a detection range of up to 1700m, along with a magnification of 2.4-9.6x on the Key XM30, 4.1-16.4x on the XM30 and 5.5-22x on the XM38. These new thermal monoculars feature either 960×720 or 1024×768 resolution micro-display, depending on the model and have a 50Hz frame rate.
All Axion models include, a stadiametric rangefinder, picture-in-picture mode, multiple colour palettes and are powered by a quick-change B-Pack Mini power system. There is a built-in video recorder on the XM30 and XM38 models, that allows MP4 formats and JPEG photos, as well as the 16GB memory. These two models also benefit from the built-in WIFI module and are Stream Vision compatible.
Ideal for outdoor activities, whether it be hunting, hiking or security related, the Axion series is set to be one of the top thermal imagers available on the market in 2019.