AXION LRF XQ38 compact thermal imaging monocular with built-in laser rangefinder from PULSAR for hunting, forestry, security, search and rescue, outdoor recreation and sports. For image acquisition unit utilizes a new generation of 17 μm thermal imaging sensors with 384×288 pixels resolution and <40 mK NETD. The unit possesses built-in laser rangefinder, long-life quick-change battery APS5.
Integrated, precision laser rangefinder provides accurate rangefinding in two modes – Single Time Measurement and Scanning mode with ±1 m accuracy up to 1 km distance. Accurate distance readings help to quickly assess the size of territory, distance and relief.
Image optimization should be performed depending on the environmental location and conditions. Mountains, cities and forests have different ambient temperatures. In order to achieve the highest possible image quality, certain settings have been optimized and gathered into profiles. As a result, optimized imaging in various conditions is easier. Identification preset is another optimal-imaging option that makes identifying easier, even at longer distances.
The 8-color palette enhances viewing in varying conditions. While the classic White Hot mode is exceptionally versatile, Hot Black is often favored for detecting wildlife at night. Red Monochrome helps to reduce or prevent bright backlight from exiting the eyepiece. Sepia often improves long-range observation while Red Hot, Rainbow and Ultramarine enhance temperature differences of various object attributes. Violet helps to identify objects faster.
- Built-in precision laser rangefinder
- Light-weight and compact size
- Highly sensitive thermal imaging sensor
- Detection range more than 1300 meters
- Image Boost Technology
- 3-seconds Fast Start-Up
- IPX7 Waterproof Rated
- Full-Color, HD AMOLED Display
- B-Pack mini APS5 battery system
- Observation Modes
- 8 Color pallets
- Variable Digital Zoom from 3.5x to 14x
- Picture-in-Picture Function