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Pulsar Axion XM30S Thermal Monocular PL77423

SKU PL77423-Pulsar

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Designed to fit perfectly in one hand or in a standard-size pocket, Pulsar Axion XM30S Thermal Monocular ensures comfortable grip and handling, as well as easy carrying. The compact design also makes Axion the perfect thermal imaging monocular for scouting and spotting. Designed to fit perfectly in one hand or a pocket of a standard size, Axion ensures comfortable grip position and easy carrying. Compact size of thermal imager makes it an optimal portable unit for scouting and spotting.

Powerful objective lens in combination with a 12 µm professional grade thermal imaging sensor provides exceptional detection capabilities. A standard 1,8 m (6 ft) tall object can be detected at a 1300 m (1420 yds) distance in complete darkness. New thermal imaging sensor with 12 µm pixel pitch helps to achieve higher optic magnification and observation distance and simultaneously helps to make the unit more compact.


  • Dimensions:5.6"x1.6"x2.7"
  • Weight:8.8 oz.
  • Monocular Magnification:4.5-18x
  • Field of View:12.8 m @ 100 m
  • Thermal Sensitivity:12 µm
    1300 m Detection Range
  • Sensor Resolution:320x240
  • Polarity8 Color Pallets
  • Display:1024x768
  • Battery TypeLi-Ion Battery Pack APS3
  • Operating Time4+ hrs
  • Optic Details24mm Objective
  • Item ConditionNew
  • UPC812495026454
  • MPNPL77423

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