Pulsar AXION XM30S Thermal Imaging Monocular

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Pulsar AXION XM30S Thermal Imaging Monocular

Key Features:

- High-resolution display

- Rugged, compact, lightweight

- Functional and ergonomic design

- Convenient user interface

- Observation in eight colour modes

- Three calibration modes (manual, semi-automatic, automatic)

- Long detection distance

- High magnification

- Four observation modes (forest, city, identification, user)

- Stadiametric rangefinder

- Waterproof

- Build-in video recorder


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Sensor TypeUncooled 12 μm
Resolution320 x 240
Refresh Rate50Hz
Lens System30 mm; F/1.2
Lens Diameter24 mm
Field of View7.3° × 5.5°
Magnification4.5 - 18x
Digital Zoom2x / 4x
Display Resolution1024x768
Detection Range1300 m
Operating T°C -25°C to +40°C
Battery TypeAPS3 (Li-Ion)
Battery Life 4+ hours
Dimensions (L x W x H)143 x 69 x 41 mm
Weight 250 g


Designed to fit perfectly in one hand or in a standard-size pocket, Axion XM30S by Pulsar ensures comfortable grip and easy carrying and 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 tall object can be detected at a 1300 m distance in complete darkness.

Axion XM30S offers the highest magnification in the class of compact thermal imagers. Housing made from light weight magnesium alloy ensures high structural rigidity and ruggedness while retaining small weight and ergonomics. Quick start-up helps to save energy and thus prolongs time of operation. The 8-color palette enhances viewing in varying conditions. The built-in video recorder is a great asset when it comes to filming or taking photos of once-in-a-lifetime experiences. Upon activation Picture in Picture function displays second small image with magnification in the top part of the screen.

The Pulsar AXION XM30S is designed for use both at night-time and during the day in difficult weather conditions (fog, smog, rain), as well as where obstacles are present that impede the detection of a target (branches, tall grass, dense shrubs etc.), for night-time hunting, observation, and terrain orientation, and carrying out rescue operations.