Pulsar Introduces Helion XQ28F Thermal Monocular

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posted on July 20, 2018
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Pulsar has announced the release of its new Helion XQ28F, designed to be a more affordable, full-featured thermal monocular.

The XQ28 includes all the standard features of the Helion line, including audio and video (as well as still image) recording, eight color display modes, variable magnification, an 8 hour rechargeable battery, rugged glass-nylon composite construction and reliable IPX7 protection.

The new Helion XQ28F features Wi-Fi compatibility to be used with the Pulsar’s Stream Vision app allowing the XQ28F’s display to be viewed on smartphones and tablets. The technology allows for your device to be used as a remote control. The Stream Vision app also allows users to stream video, transfer data and upgrade their device with ease.

Technical Specifications
• Frame Rate: 50Hz
• Objective Lens Diameter: 20mm
• Magnification: 2.3-9.2X
• Eye Relief: 16mm
• Exit Pupil: 5mm
• Field of View @ 100 Yds: 102.9′
• Display Resolution: 640x480
• Battery: B-Pack (18650 Li-ion); 8 hours per charge
 Body Material: glass-nylon composite
• Lens Material: germanium
• Dimensions: length 8.6″; width 2.2″; height 2.3″; weight 14.1 ozs.
• MSRP: $2,419.99

For more information, go to pulsarnv.com.

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