Pulsar brings game-changing news to IWA

Pulsar have lead the global market in the design and manufacture of high quality, affordable night vision and thermal imaging optics since 2011. This year at the IWA Outdoor Classics 2023 Pulsar are launching a new range of products. Even though these products are several months off arriving in New Zealand, it is exciting to see what is coming up and get your wish list started.

Merger LRF XL50

If you prefer the comfort of exploring with two eyes rather than one, you must try out the extended line of Pulsar Merger thermal imaging binoculars.

After introducing the Merger LRF XP50 last year, this year Pulsar are back with their first ever HD thermal imaging device with a new and powerful 1024×768 pixel resolution XL Lynred sensor.

The classic binocular design of the Merger is easy to use and delivers outstanding image clarity. The new Merger LRF XL50 binoculars are true all rounders.

The wide field of view for scanning and target acquisition and high image quality and detail apply across the whole range of variable magnification from 2.5x up to 20x, retaining enhanced detail, clarity, and contrast throughout the range.

They also launched the LRF XQ35 featuring a high sensitivity 384×288 pixel resolution 17 μm microns and NETD below 25milliKelvin thermal imaging sensor in combination with the fastaperture F35/1.0 germanium lens.

Krypton 2

More compact and versatile.

The second-generation Krypton is more compact, lightweight, and fully adapted to the hunter’s needs. It features advanced image quality in full-HD multicolour mode and a high-quality Europeanmade Lynred thermal imaging sensor that offers exceptionally crisp, sharp, and richly contrasted thermal imaging in all weather conditions.

The Pulsar Thermion Duo

The Krypton 2 FXG50 features a high sensor resolution of 640×480 pixels @12 μm. In combination with the powerful fast aperture F50/1.0 thermal lens, it offers ultimate detection capabilities.

The more compact and lightweight Krypton 2 FXQ35 offers high sensor sensitivity with its 17 μm pixel pitch and NETD of less than 25 milliKelvin. Its sensor resolution is slightly lower – 384×288 pixels – compared with the FXG model.

Thermion Duo DXP50 

The modern way of hunting, with Pulsar’s first ever multispectral riflescope. The Thermion Duo DXP50 with its exceptional thermal imaging detection capability and the magic of full-colour daytime observation, this scope opens a new page in Pulsar’s history.

After trying out the Thermion Duo DXP50, you’ll see it is based on the proven solutions and components of the Pulsar flagship riflescope – the Thermion 2 XP50 Pro. Except that it comes with the turret that works as a 4k fullcolour channel for daytime hunting.

With this riflescope you’ll be able to locate game and reveal its trophy qualities under any weather conditions – rain, fog or frost. Switching between the two channels is fast and simple. Just a click of a button and you can enjoy high sensitivity thermal imaging or the precision of daytime digital in eye- catching full-colour mode. 

New Concepts 

Also being launched at IWA is a new concept by Pulsar – an upgradable thermal imaging monocular line – Telos by Pulsar. Telos is designed to be timeless. It is the first line of thermal imaging devices on the market offering the option of technical upgrades.

Become a Telos owner and you will have the chance to improve your device in the future and always have a product that is relevant and cost effective.

The first to represent the new line is the Telos LRF XP50 then a non LRF model. Both will be equipped with the best European-made Lynred sensor a 640×480 pixel resolution 17 μm microns pixel pitch.

For more new products and availability in New Zealand please visit our website: advancedoptics.nz

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