The latest hand held thermal imaging with a choice of xp 640x480 or XQ 384x288 sensor for deer stalking by day and foxing at night, with up to 1800m detection range.

The latest in hand held thermal imaging, the new Pulsar Helion thermal features the latest 17µm, 640x480 and 384x288 thermal cores, to deliver market leading thermal images when hunting or spotting wildlife, delivering up to 1800m detection (50mm) variable mag, and advanced features such as integrated video recording, and wifi integration with iOS and Android mobile devices, delivering the very best quality image through eight user selectable colour palettes.

Choose from one of eight user selectable colour pallettes, allowing you to spot quarry in cover, even when traditional night vision devices are impeded such as in grass, foliage, or adverse weather.

The ultimate hand held thermal imager for spotting foxes, lamping foxes at night, and deer stalking by day.

Integrated rangefinder

Based on estimated heights of observed objects, the stadiametric rangefinding reticle makes determining precise distances fast, easy, reliable and repeatable.

New Wireless remote control

The ergonomic, wireless remote control, with encoder wheel, puts the full range of the Helion’s capabilities at your fingertips for comfortable, convenient, hands-off operation.

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Helion XQ38F - Perfect for every day foxing

The Pulsar Helion XQ38F is my third thermal imager from Scott Country and i have been looked after perfectly every time. The new Helion XQ38F replaces my tired Quantum XD50S and i must say despite the wider field of view, it excels in every scenario. I have used this for deer stalking, foxing, finding a lost dog on the estate and also for keeping an eye on certain types stealing is a must have for an old keeper like me.

George F

I own two Pulsar hand held thermals, an old Quantum LD38 i bought for nearly four grand many years ago, and now the new Helion XP50...which at a similar price...knocks the socks off my old one. People say technology moves on and it does...but my old Quantum LD38 still works fine, and i use it for foxing where i dont have to worry about getting it roughed up. The Helion XP50 is for my deer stalking jobs, and it is simply superb. The chaps at Scott Country International always look after you also...

Graham Tempest

Market Leading Image quality

The latest 17µm sensors and a new heat sink, located on the device's body, effectively prevents heat build-up from the sensor and other components while also significantly reducing temperature and noise sensitivity, especially between calibrations.

Stream Vision integrated connection with mobile device.

The Stream Vision software connects the device with Android/iOS mobile unit (smartphone or tablet) which enables you to receive footage in the real time mode, to distantly operate the device with your smartphone, as well to stream online the image captured by the device to Youtube.

The latest Pulsar Helion thermal range

New integrated power supply

Helion includes a progressive autonomous B-Pack power supply consisting of a quick-detach, rechargeable IPS5, 5.2A-h battery pack designed to deliver over 8 hrs. of operation on maximum mode. Higher-powered IPS10 battery packs, as well as CR123A and AA battery cases, also are available and provide a perfect off-the-grid power solution.

8 Custom Colour Modes

In addition to user favourite "white hot" and "black hot" imaging, Helion thermal scopes offer a robust array of 8 colour palettes for true colorised temperature mapping. Transitioning from colour to default white hot during operation is fast and easy.

Integrated Video Recording

Capturing still images and video is seamless with the Helion’s built-in video recorder. Image and video content is stored internally and can easily be transferred to PC/laptop via wired connection or Wi-Fi.