Pulsar Helion 2 XQ50F 4.5-18×50 Thermal Monocular


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HELION 2 XQ thermal imaging monocular from PULSAR for forestry, personal security, life rescue and recreational outdoor activities. The unit features built-in video recorder, stadiametric rangefinder, long-life quick-change battery and Wi-Fi module for connecting smartphone or tablet. For image acquisition HELION 2 XQ uses quality thermal imaging FPA with 384×288 resolution (17 μm pixel pitch, <40 mK NETD) operating at 50 frames per second.


  • Highly sensitive thermal imaging sensor 40 <mK NETD
  • Fast Aperture f1.0 Quality Germanium Optics
  • Long Detection Range up to 1800 m (2000 yd)
  • Image Boost Technology
  • HD AMOLED Display
  • Built-in Photo and Video Recorder
  • 4 Observation Modes
  • Variable Digital Zoom
  • Picture-in-Picture mode
  • 8 Color Palettes
  • Wi-Fi. Integration with IOS and Android devices
  • Up to 9 hours Operation Time on single charge
  • Lightweight Shockproof Metal Housing
  • IPX7 Waterproof Rated
NameHelion 2 XQ50F
Detector TypeUncooled ASi
Frame rate, Hz50
Microbolometer resolution, pixels384×288
Pixel pitch, um17
NETD, mK<40
Display typeAMOLED
Display resolution, pixels1024×768
Magnification, x4.5-18
Digital zoom, x2/4
Lens focus, mm50
Relative aperture, D/f1:1
Field of View, degree7.5
Minimum focusing distance, m3-5
Eye relief, mm15
Exit pupil, mm5
Diopter adjustment, dptr.+- 5
Detection range, m1800
Built-in video recorderYes
Built-in memory size, Gb16
Built-in Wi-Fi moduleYes
Stream Vision application supportYes
Micro USB socketPower/data
Stadiametric rangefinderYes
Color palettes8
Power supply, V3.0-4.2
Battery typePulsar IPS7 (Li-on)
Battery life, hour9
External power supply5V MicroUSB
Tripod mount, inch1/4
Operating Temp, C-25 … +50
Housing materialMagnesium alloy
Calibrationmanual, auto, semi-auto
Length, mm234
Width, mm55
Height, mm58
Weight (without batteries), kg0.5
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