Pulsar raised the performance of thermal imaging riflescopes to the next level with the release of second generation Thermion riflescopes – Thermion 2 XQ38 and Thermion 2 XQ50. This range features a number of improvements that significantly enhance performance and quality.
Thermion 2 XQ38 and XQ50 have a 384x288/17µm thermal imaging sensor with high temperature sensitivity (NETD lower than 40 mK) offering excellent detail recognition in the most difficult weather conditions.
The Thermion 2 models have newly developed fast aperture germanium optics F/1.0 with improved heat energy transmissivity. The new objective lens optics boost image quality by improving contrast and lowering noise. In combination with advanced sensors, the new optics enable clear visualization of the small details of observed objects with Thermion 2 as well as landscape features and small vegetation in the harshest weather conditions.
A number of remarkable features makes the Thermion 2 riflescopes unique on the market. The XQ50 units’ detection range reaches 1800 meters and the XQ38 can detect hot objects at up to 1350 meters. Thermion 2 riflescopes are recoil rated up to 6000 joules of muzzle energy, which covers such calibers as .375 H&H, 12-Gauge and 9.3x64. The Thermion Digital zoom helps to magnify distant targets to better assess and identify them. Zoom can be done using Picture in Picture mode. With a number of proprietary algorithms Image Detail Boost helps enhance detail for sharper images.