PULSAR HELION XQ38F MONOOCULAR

Daily guide price £50.00

The Helion XQ series features a 340×288 17µm thermal sensor  and is  day/night thermal imaging scope is designed for detection and observation in day light and in the night time, even in when other optical devices (such as binoculars, spotting scopes, night vision devices) are inefficient (inclement weather conditions, fog, smoke, obstacles like grass or bushes). A useful tool in combination with our IR & Starlight cameras for spotting subjects at range on dark nights. Also possible to record a video output via PAL or NTSC.

RATE: £50 DAY / £200 WEEK

Description

The Helion XQ series features a 340×288 17µm thermal sensor  and is  day/night thermal imaging scope is designed for detection and observation in day light and in the night time, even in when other optical devices (such as binoculars, spotting scopes, night vision devices) are inefficient (inclement weather conditions, fog, smoke, obstacles like grass or bushes). A useful tool in combination with our IR & Starlight cameras for spotting subjects at range on dark nights. Also possible to record a video output via PAL or NTSC.

Helion XQ38F

  • Magnification: 3.1x to 12.4x (Digital)
  • Horizontal Field of View: 9.8°
  • Detection Range: 1350m
  • Thermal Sensor: 384×288 17µm

In brief the Helion Series Features:

  • User-friendly interface
  • Three operating modes – City, Forest, Identification
  • Three calibration modes – Manual, Semi-automatic, Automatic
  • Built-in Wi-Fi module
  • Eight colour palettes for observation
  • Built-in 3-axis accelerometer, gyroscope, magnetometer
  • Defective pixel repair function
  • Stadiametric rangefinder
  • Display off option
  • Functional and ergonomic design
  • Updatable features
  • Wide range of operating temperatures (-25°C to +50°C)

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