Pulsar Quantum Thermal HD XQ Night Vision Scope - HD19S Thermal NV Scope

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If you are a Police Officer, Law Enforcement Professional or Security and need to observe and record individuals the Pulsar Quantum series of thermal night vision scopes may suit your needs. With detection ranges from 450 to 1250 metres, and models offering both monochrome and colour pallette output, there is a model to suit most departments applications.

There are six main models in the Pulsar Quantum Thermal Night Vision Scope range:

Pulsar Quantum Thermal Night Vision Monocular   HD19S $3,995

Range of detection 450m

Pulsar Quantum Thermal Night Vision Monocular HD38S $4,500

Range of detection 950m

Pulsar Quantum Thermal Night Vision Monocular   HD50S $5,100

Range of detection 1250m

Pulsar Quantum Thermal Night Vision Monocular XD19S $3,950

Range of detection 450m with colour palette

Pulsar Quantum Thermal Night Vision Monocular XD38S $5,250

Range of detection 950m with colour palette

Pulsar Quantum Thermal Night Vision Monocular XD50S $6,100      $4850

Range of detection 1250m with colour palette

Pulsar Quantum Thermal Night Vision Monocular XQ19 $4,400        $3380

Range of detection 450+ metres  with colour palette

Pulsar Quantum Thermal Night Vision Monocular  XQ38 $5,500

Range of detection 950+ metres with colour palette

Pulsar Quantum Thermal Night Vision Monocular XQ50 $6,500        $5200

Range of detection 1250+ metres with colour palette

 

The new Pulsar Quatum XQ Thermal monocular scopes have bigger magnification, longer distances of detection and a quicker start time to have you operational quicker - the XQ is ready to go after just two seconds. The Pulsar Quantum XQ Thermal monocular also consumes less power, allowing you to stay in the field longer. The 50khz high imnage frequency means the XQ series of thermal monoculars can easily be used moving, with no stuttering. The XQ are fitted with the latest generation ULIS 17u a - Si thermal sensors, which provide 35% better performance and superfast start time.

 

Operating modes

The Quantum S suggests three operating modes, each designed to deliver the best possible image to you in specific viewing conditions. The modes are as follows: “City” (enhanced contrast), “Forest” (low contrast) and “Identification” (improved rendering of hot objects’ details).  

Quick start-up time

The Quantum Night Vision thermal imaging scopes feature short start-up times (5 - 7 seconds) from the push of a button to full operational status. This is one of the best results in this class.   

Video output

All Quantum Night Vision Thermal Scope models are equipped with an analog video output to enable connection of external recording equipment or transmitting image to a larger monitor for team viewing.

Video Recording available

If you are using your Pulsar Thermal Imaging Scope for academic or University research, herd management or wildlife research, Police work or legal evidence - or need to immortalise those great moments or just want to show your friends what you get up to - our easy to attach Video Recorders may help. Details Video Recorder

Brightness and contrast control

The easy to use control wheel located next to the lens allows the user to setup brightness and contrast most appropriate for specific situation.  

Calibration

The Quantum features three calibration modes: silent manual mode (“M”), automatic (“A”) and semiautomatic (“H”). The “A” mode is  calibration without user participation (process initiation (actuation of the shutter) takes place automatically). In the “H” mode the user decides on his own if calibration is required based on the image quality. Button “Cal” is pressed in this mode. Manual calibration (“M”) is carried out by pressing the button when the lens cap is closed. The “M” mode is recommended for hunting or close observation due to silent operation.     

Body

The body is made of fiberglass reinforced plastic and is able to effectively withstand impact, moisture and dust which allows the units to be utilised in extreme conditions. The rubber coating ensures secure grip of the unit.

Wide range of operating temperatures

Quantum Night Vision Thermal  Imaging Scopes are effective for the use in very low temperatures (-25°C) thanks to the frost-resistant OLED display employed in the unit (image remains the same as when viewing at positive environment temperature).

Self-contained power supply

The Quantum Night Vision Thermal Scope is powered by four AA size (rechargeable) batteries. The batteries are stored in a magazine which is then placed in the battery compartment of the unit.      

External power supply

Operation time of the Thermal Scope can be significantly increased thanks to the use of external power supplies (for example, Pulsar EPS3/EPS5) that can be connected. 

 

Specifications

Pulsar Quantum Thermal Night Vision Scope HD19S
Electronic components

Frame Rate, 30 Hz
Microbolometer resolution, 384x288 pixels
Spectral Sencitivity, 7.7 … 13.2 µm
Display type OLED
Display Resolution, 640x480 pixels
Optical characteristics
Magnification, 1.1 X
Digital zoom, 2 X
Objective Lens F19/1.2
Field of View,°, 26.8x20.8 horizontal * vertical
Diopter adjustment,. ± 5 dptr
Close-up distance, 3 m
Range of detection, 500 m (object (high*width = 1,7*0,5m)
Power Supply, 4 ÷ 6 V
Battery type 4xAA
Battery Life, 5.5 hour
External Power Supply 8.4 ÷ 15 DC
Physical & operational characteristics
Level of Protection IPX4 (acc. to IEC 60529)
Dimensions, 180x86x58 mm
Weight (without batteries), 0.32kg

Pulsar Quantum Thermal Night Vision Scope HD38S

Frame Rate, Hz 30
Microbolometer resolution, pixels 384x288
Spectral Sencitivity, µm 7.7 … 13.2
Display type OLED
Display Resolution, pix. 640x480
Optical characteristics Magnification, х 2.1
Digital zoom, x 2
Objective Lens F38/1.2
Field of View,°, horizontal * vertical 14.4x10.8
Diopter adjustment, dptr. ± 5
Range of Detection, m Range of detection, m (object (high*width = 1,7*0,5m) 950
Power Supply Power Supply, V 4 ÷ 6
Battery type 4xAA
Battery Life, hour 5.5
External Power Supply DC 8.4 ÷ 15

Operating Temperature,°С - 25 … +50
Level of Protection (acc. to IEC 60529) IPX4
Dimensions, mm 200x86x59
Weight (without batteries), kg 0.35

 

Pulsar Quantum Thermal Night Vision Scope HD50S
SPECIFICATIONS

Electronic components
Frame Rate - 30 Hz
Microbolometer resolution - 384x288 pixels
Display type - OLED
Display Resolution - 640x480 pixels
Optical characteristics
Magnification - 2.8 X
Digital zoom - 2 X
Objective Lens - 50mm/1.2
Field of View - 11x8.3 °, horizontal * vertical
Eye Relief - 20mm
Diopter adjustment - ± 5
Optical characteristics
Close-up distance - 5m
Range of detection - 1250m (object (high*width = 1,7*0,5m)
Power Supply
Power Supply - 4 ÷ 6 V
Battery type 4xAA
Battery Life - 4.5 ...5.5 hours (video output off).
External Power Supply DC 8.4 ÷ 15
Physical & operational characteristics
Operating Temperature - 25 … +50 °С
Level of Protection - IPX4 (acc. to IEC 60529)
Dimensions - 207х86х59mm
Weight - 0.43kg (without batteries),

 

Pulsar Quantum Thermal Night Vision Scope XD19S
SPECIFICATOINS

Electronic components
Frame Rate - 50 Hz
Microbolometer resolution - 384x288 pixels
Spectral Sencitivity - 7.7 … 13.2 µm
Display type - OLED
Display Resolution - 640x480 pixels
Optical characteristics
Magnification - 1.1 x
Digital zoom - 2x; 4x
Objective Lens F19/1.2
Field of View - horizontal * vertical 26.8x20.8°
Diopter adjustment - ± 5
Optical characteristics
Close-up distance - 3m
Range of detection - 500m (object (high*width = 1,7*0,5m)
Power Supply - 4 ÷ 6 V
Battery type - 4xAA
External Power Supply - 8.4 ÷ 15 DC
Physical & operational characteristics
Operating Temperature - - 25 … +50 °С
Level of Protection - IPX4 (acc. to IEC 60529)
Dimensions - 180x86x58mm
Weight - 0.32kg (without batteries),

 

Pulsar Quantum Thermal Night Vision Scope XD38S
SPECIFICATIONS

Electronic components
Frame Rate - 50 Hz
Microbolometer resolution - 384x288 pixels
Spectral Sencitivity - 7.7 … 13.2 µm
Display type - OLED
Display Resolution - 640x480 pixels
Optical characteristics
Magnification - 2.1X
Digital zoom - 2x; 4x
Objective Lens - F38/1.2
Field of View - 14.4x10.8 ° horizontal x vertical
Diopter adjustment - ± 5
Optical characteristics
Close-up distance - 3 m
Range of detection - 950m (object (high*width = 1,7*0,5m)
Power Supply - 4 ÷ 6 V
Battery type - 4xAA
External Power Supply - 8.4 ÷ 15 DC
Physical & operational characteristics
Operating Temperature - - 25 … +50 °С
Level of Protection - IPX4 (acc. to IEC 60529)
Dimensions - 200x86x59mm
Weight - 0.35kg (without batteries),

 

Pulsar Quantum Thermal Night Vision Scope XD50S
SPECIFICATIONS

Electronic components
Frame Rate - 50 Hz
Microbolometer resolution - 384x288 pixels
Spectral Sencitivity - 7.7 … 13.2 µm
Display type - OLED
Optical characteristics
Magnification - 2.8 x
Digital zoom - 2x; 4x
Objective Lens - F50/1.2
Field of View -11x8.3° horizontal x vertical
Diopter adjustment - ± 5
Range of detection - 1250m (object (high*width = 1,7*0,5m)
Power Supply - 4 ÷ 6 V
Battery type - 4xAA
External Power Supply - 8.4 ÷ 15 DC
Physical & operational characteristics
Operating Temperature - - 25 … +50 °С
Level of Protection - IPX4 (acc. to IEC 60529)
Dimensions - 200x86x59 mm
Weight - 0.35kg (without batteries)
Weight - 0.43kg (without batteries)

 

 

Quantum Thermal Scope

 

Quantum XDS Thermal Scope showing colour palette

 

Quantum Thermal Scope and some boars

 

 

 

 

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SKU 163
Brand Yukon Pulsar Night Vision
Shipping Weight 3.0000kg

Awesome Pulsar Quantum Thermal Vision XD50S

By: on 1 June 2016
Gudday Glen, Terri & Tim! Been meaning to let you know I got to try out the XD50S last week on my brother-in-law's farm and it is an astounding bit of kit! I don't want to sound cliché-ed but we (me and those out on the farm with me) were gob-smacked, amazed, incredulous... and otherwise very impressed with the performance of the little thermal monocular. For example we could easily identify a rabbit in a paddock about 200m away but cows stood out like a beacon over a kilometer away! In other words we could easily identify any potential vermin targets and things that were definitely NOT targets (such as the cows...). I'm afraid the orders won't be flooding in just yet; they were very impressed with the price too and gave the XD50S the respect it deserved. It was hinted more than once for me to leave it "in their care" while i was back home... So i have no regrets at all with my purchases. I'm so glad Tim twisted my arm to get the top of the range Pulsar! The combination of the XD50S thermal vision and the N870 IR scope has proved to be very effective and practical. For example, in one paddock, the XD50S clearly showed a rabbit fairly close by but also a cow lying on her brisket a little further behind the rabbit so a no-go right there. Using the N870 we could see the rabbit and cow were both obscured by weeds. You could see something was there but could not identify beyond doubt so to attempt a shot was a no-go anyway. No fault of the N870 of course! It was doing it's job as designed. But for me it answers the question regarding the use of thermal rifle scopes as the thermal vision may not show any obstructions to the target which is undesirable on a rifle scope. If you can't see it properly then you don't shoot at it! But the thermal is great (vital in fact) for "seeing" what is potentially there. Pros: Compact size, easy to operate with quick access buttons, menu system straight forward to use, silky smooth 50Hz frame rate, amazing sensitivity (i kid you not: i was watching MICE running around in a paddock and climbing trees up to at least 50mtrs away! Hot little buggers... But the mice were invisible in normal torch light. They just blended into the ground...), magnification of 2.8x is more than enough to clearly identify targets within shooting range (ie: rabbits out to 200mtrs, bigger stuff like roos out to 400mtrs or more), good battery life (two nights hunting on one set of industrial Energizers), good selection of colour pallets but i mainly used the red pallet so as to not affect my night vision, good start up time (ready for use in about 10 secs), battery pack easy to access and external power connector if needed, carry bag is well made and well padded. Oh yeah the wrist strap is a must have: The XD50S is something you really want to avoid dropping... Cons: None really. Only nit-pick is the menu wheel is easy to bump when holding the monocular which usually only changes the display brightness. I had to get into the habit of holding my pinkie up like a pom drinking a cup of tea... I'm thinking of gluing a piece of plastic over the wheel so my little finger has something other than the wheel to rest on. People with small hands may not have this problem...
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