THE PULSAR AXION HAND HELD THERMAL IMAGERS ARE THE LATEST ADDITION FROM PULSAR TO THEIR RANGE OF THERMALS. they are small, compact and provide great performance for their price.
AVAILABLE IN XQ,XM AND XM KEY MODELS, THERE IS A PULSAR AXION WHICH CAN FIT YOUR NEEDS WHETHER THAT BE CLOSE RANGE FOR SPOTTING RATS OR RABBITS OR LONGER RANGE FOR SPOTTING FOXES AND DEER.
PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR THE FULL DETAILS OF EACH MODEL OF PULSAR AXION.
PULSAR AXION XQ38 LRF
The Axion XQ38 LRF is the one of the latest additions that Pulsar has made to the Axion range and is also their 1st hand monocular that has an integrated Laser Range Finder. The XQ38 LRF also features a 388x284 Sub 40mK NETD sensor which provides great image quality, especially during adverse weather conditions such as rain or fog where as previous thermal imagers would struggle to pick out your target. Combine this with 3.5x-14x Magnification and HD AMOLED Display the Axion XQ38 LRF has a detection range of up to 1350m ( man sized object ).
The Axion LRF XQ38 has an integrated 1000m Laser Rangefinder to help users accurately measure the distance of targets. With an accuracy of ±1m at 1000m, the laser rangefinder can take a single measurement or scan a moving target. Additionally, the unit has up to eight colour palettes to help enhance observation in varying conditions.
PULSAR AXION XQ38
The Axion XQ38 is the other latest additions that Pulsar has made to the Axion range. The XQ38 features a 388x284 Sub 40mK NETD sensor which provides great image quality, especially during adverse weather conditions such as rain or fog where as previous thermal imagers would struggle to pick out your target. Combine this with 3.5x-14x Magnification and HD AMOLED Display the Axion XQ38 LRF has a detection range of up to 1350m ( man sized object ).
Unlike the Axion XQ38 LRF, the Axion XQ38 has built in recording and WiFi capabilities. This means that the you can capture footage from the device and share it online by downloading it off the Pulsar Stream Vision App. This app also allows you to download updates for the device, which can add new features or even improve image quality such as the image boost technology which was added a few months ago.
PULSAR AXION XM30S
The pocket sized Pulsar Axion XM30S Thermal Monocular is packed full of features and incorporates a 320x240 12µm pixel pitch sensor with a SONY HD display, which helps to achieve higher optic magnification and observation distance and simultaneously helps to make the unit more compact but still deliver ground breaking performance. With a magnification of 4.5x to 18x mag whilst still maintaining a wide field of view, the Axion XM30S thermal spotter is designed for wildlife observation, hunting and security with a detection range of up to 1200m (man sized object) via a HD Amoled Microdisplay with 1024x768 resolution for crisp sharp imagery at close and long ranges.
Unlike the Axion Key models the XM30S comes with integrated recording and WiFi capabilities, meaning that your footage can be captured and shared for others to see and be able to apply future updates for the unit through the Pulsar Stream Vision App.
PULSAR AXION KEY XM30
The Axion Key XM30 is our most popular thermal out of the Axion range. This is due to the excellent price and performance of the unit. The Axion Key XM30 features a 320x230 12 micron sensor with a 960x720 LCOS Display which provides great image quality at close to mid range. Making it an ideal thermal imager for spotting wildlife or scanning fields to see if there is a heat source.
Like all the other Axion models, The Axion Key XM30 comes with 8 colour palettes enhance viewing in varying conditions. While the classic White Hot mode is exceptionally versatile, Hot Black is favoured for detecting wildlife at night. Red monochrome helps to reduce or prevent backlight from exiting the eyepiece, and Sepia improves long range observation.
PULSAR AXION KEY XM22
The Axion Key XM22 is the entry level thermal imager for the Pulsar Axion range. However, this does not mean that it has poor performance. Like the XM30 key the unit has a 320x240 12 micron sensor and 960x720 LCOS Display which will provide you with great image detail at close range. In terms of price for performance, the Axion Key XM22 is one of the best as it has a low price for a thermal imager but still gives you the quality you would expect from a Pulsar Unit.
Unlike all the other Axion models. The XM22 does not have a fully focusable lens, meaning that sometimes at long range it can be slightly tricky to get your image in perfect focus but at close range this is not an issue.