Pulsar Axion XQ38 Thermal Monocular Discontinued
The Pulsar Axion XQ38 Thermal Monocular has been discontinued. For alternatives, please click here.
The Axion XQ38 Thermal Imaging Monocular offers its user highly detailed thermal imaging observation & recording within an ultra-compact and lightweight format. This model has a detection range of up to 1350m and a native magnification of 3.5x, with 4x digital zoom for a total of 14.0x magnification.
The Axion XQ38 features a 384×288 17µm <40mK NETD thermal sensor. The NETD (Noise Equivalent of Temperature Differential), expressed in millikelvins (mK) is one of the most important parameters for thermal sensors as it describes their sensitivity. The lower the NETD value, the higher the sensitivity.
In existing Helion, Trail and Accolade and Axion series models the NETD value was sub 60mK. The new <40mK sensor, exclusively manufactured by ULIS for Pulsar puts Pulsar devices at the forefront of the market with the devices all featuring a better image in conditions where there is a low-temperature difference such as during rainfall, fog or cold mornings. These environmental conditions are the most difficult for thermal imagers and this new sensor will provide a clearer image for users.
The Axion XQ38 is perfectly suited to outdoor conditions, with a robust magnesium bodyshell, an IPX7 protection rating (fully waterproof), 1024×768 AMOLED HD micro-display and can perform in both hot & freezing temperatures.
The Axion XQ38 comes equipped with its own internal stadiametric rangefinder, which helps aid observers in estimating target distances with the height of known objects. Additionally, the unit has up to eight colour palettes to help enhance observation in varying conditions.
Picture-in-Picture (PiP) mode, upon activation, displays a second image with magnification in the top part of the Axion’s display screen. This small image helps to zoom in on a target while retaining the rest of the field of view, maximising situational awareness.
The Axion’s built-in WiFi module means owners will be able to make use of Pulsar’s Free Stream Vision App. Stream Vision allows you to remote control the Axion, set-up the Axion as a motion detector, transfer & share images to your smartphone or tablet and even live stream footage to online web platforms. (Please Note: Stream Vision & WiFi functionality is only available to the non-key model.)
In addition to this, Non-LRF & non-Key models feature an on-board photo & video recorder, which can save footage directly to the devices 16GB internal memory, allowing users to capture their experiences easily.
The Axion has an instant start-up and an instant ‘display-off’ mode, which helps to save energy and prolong the operation time of the unit and its dedicated B-Pack Mini Power System. The APS5 Battery Pack system offers an ultra-lightweight, quick-change power option that provides hours of operating time. APS Battery Packs can be charged by USB through its intended unit or an APS Battery Charger. (Please note that the Axion XQ38 & LRF XQ38 utilise a different battery & charger to the rest of the Axion Series)
In brief the Axion XQ38 Features:
- Small pocket-sized format
- Long detection range
- High magnification
- Smooth digital zoom
- HD Frost-Resistant display
- Focusable lens
- Dioptre control
- 8 Colour modes
- Instant Start-Up & “Display Off” mode
- PiP mode
- Built-In photo & video recorder
- Audio capable
- 16GB Internal memory
- Stream Vision compatible
- User friendly controls
- Stadiametric rangefinder (Axion XQ38)
- Wide operating temperature
- Multiple observation modes
- Three calibration modes (Manual, semi-auto, auto)
- Pixel correction
- Quick-Change, rechargeable APS5 battery pack
- MicroUSB port
- Image Boost Technology
|Dimensions||16.7 × 4.9 × 7.3 cm|
|Operating Temperature||-25℃ to 40℃|
|Field of View||9.8°|
|Photo & Video Recorder||Built-In|
|Sensor Resolution||384×288 17µm <40mK NETD|
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