Pulsar Axion XM30 4.1-16.4x24 Thermal Monocular

Pulsar Axion XM30 4.1-16.4x24 Thermal Monocular
Item Number: NW699
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Pulsar Axion XM30 4-16x 320x240 12-micron Thermal Monocular 50hz

The Pulsar Axion XM30 is an advanced thermal imaging monocular based on new 320x240 12-micron technology at 50hz refresh rate and HD 1024x768 color AMOLED micro display for exceptional image quality and long detection range – up to 1450 yards.

Axion is compact, lightweight and comfortably fits in one hand or pocket. One of the best choices for portable thermal monocular for spotting, scouting, and situational awareness. Axion XM30 housing is made from structurally rigid magnesium, weighs only 8.8oz or 250 grams and waterproof to 3 feet for up to 30 minutes. Pulsar Axion features fast germanium 30mm F1.2 lens with 4x native magnification manual focus and up to 16x digital zoom, instant startup, 8 color palette modes including popular “Black Hot” and “White Hot”. Axion XM30 has a built-in video in MP4 format, photo capturing in JPEG format as well as built-in Wi-Fi that provides connectivity to mobile devices via proprietary Stream Vision App. Axion is powered by a quick-change B-Pack Mini power system.

  • Model – PL77421
  • Microbolometer resolution, pixels - 320x240 uncooled
  • Pixel Size, micron – 12
  • Frame Rate, Hz – 50
  • Display – 1024x768, high contrast color AMOLED
  • Germanium Objective Lens – 30mm/F1.2
  • Build-in Image and Video capture Memory, Gb – 16
  • Detection Range, m – 1450
  • Minimum Focus Distance, m - 3
  • Native Magnification, x – 4
  • Digital Zoom 4-16 (up to 4x)
  • Diopter Adjustment +/- 5 dptr. 
  • Waterproofness - 1m/30minutes (IPX7)
  • USB type – microUSB
  • Battery type – B-Pack (Li-Ion)/3.0-4.2V
  • Weight kg/oz – 0.25/8.8
  • Dimensions, mm/in - 143x41x69/5.6x1.6x2.7
  • Wi-Fi - 2.4Hz, standard 802,11 b/g/n

IMPORTANT NOTE:  Item is ONLY eligible for return/exchange in New/Unused Condition (including all packaging). All Service and Warranty Issues Must Be Directed To the Manufacturer.

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