Quick-Fire Review: Pulsar Thermal Monocular Range XQ38F, XP50 and XQ30V

Pulsar Thermal Monocular Range

Shaun from Optics Warehouse introduces the 2017 Pulsar Thermal Monocular range. The Pulsar range of Thermal monoculars are split into the Pulsar Quantum lite which is the cheapest option then the Pulsar Helion series which is split into the XQ & XP series. This video will explain the difference between each model within the Pulsar series. These Pulsar Thermal Monoculars are designed for use both in the night-time and during the day in all weather conditions to help the user detect heat sources. Unlike the image intensifier tube based night vision devices, these Pulsar Thermal Monocular requires no external source of light and they are not affected by bright light exposure.

Pulsar Helion XQ38F Thermal Monocular 384×288 17µm

Pulsar Helion XP50 Thermal Monocular 640×480 17µm

Pulsar Quantum Lite XQ30V Thermal Monocular 384×288 17µm

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