Pulsar HELION Thermal Imaging Monocular

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Pulsar HELION Thermal Imaging Monocular

Key Features:

- High-resolution display

- Rugged

- Functional and ergonomic design

- Convenient user interface

- Observation in eight colour modes

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

- Long detection distance

- High magnification

- Three observation modes (forest, city and identification)

- Stadiametric rangefinder

 - Waterproof

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Specifications: 
Sensor TypeUncooled 17 μm
Detector Resolution384 x 288
Refresh Rate50Hz
Lens System50 mm; F/1.2
Lens Diameter42 mm
Magnification4.1-16.4x
Digital Zoom2x / 4x
Field of view 7.5°
Display Resolution640x480
Detection Range1800 m
Build-In Memory8 Gb
Wi-Fi Frequency2.4 GHz
Environmental RatingIP67
Operating Temperature-25°C to +50°C
Battery TypeB-pack (18650 Li-Ion)
Battery Life at 22°C8 hours
Dimentions235 x 58 x 55 mm
Weight 500 g

Description

The Helion series thermal imagers embrace a wide range of professional and semi-professional applications from hunting and scouting to law enforcement and life rescue. The Helion is equipped with a recorder which enables video shooting and image capturing at the time of observation. Video and photo files saved in the internal memory can be transferred to a computer via wired connection or to a phone via WiFi. Actual range of detection of a human figure in the field for the Helion thermal monoculars up to 1800 meters, depending on the model. Helion includes a progressive autonomous B-Pack power supply consisting of a quick-detach, rechargeable IPS5, 5 A-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.

Helion thermal imaging monoculars are effective for the use in low temperatures (-25°C) thanks to the frost-resistant AMOLED display employed in the unit (image remains the same as when viewing at positive temperature of the surrounding atmosphere).