Exploring the outdoors at night and in lowlight conditions

Pulsar Helion 2 XP50 excites thermal monocular

 image(MANSFIELD, TEXAS) – Pulsar, the world leader in thermal and
digital night vision technology, is proud to announce the release of the Helion
2 XP50. This powerful monocular highlights why Pulsar is the most respected
brand in the industry. Its highly-enhanced sensor of <40mK guarantees
exceptional detail recognition in any weather conditions. With a full-color
640×480 AMOLED display, the Helion 2 produces vivid, crystal-clear images and
efficient power conservation. Further, the Helion 2’s three-second startup time
is one of the fastest available, so hunters and shooters can focus on their task
at hand.     


The ultra-refined Helion 2 also features a
built-in camera and video recorder, Wi-Fi connectivity and direct image
streaming, enabling users to livestream to Facebook or YouTube. The Helion 2
also boasts an IPX7 waterproof rating, updatable software and a rechargeable
battery, maximizing convenience and usability for Pulsar’s valued

        Figure 1: The Helion 2 XP50

imageUpgraded Features:

·         Enhanced
Sensor for adverse weather conditions

·         3-second

·         Improved
battery life up to 8-10 hours


Every Pulsar device is designed, manufactured and
tested to ensure demanding professionals receive the most reliable, most
advanced thermal and digital night vision performance the industry has to offer.
The result of Pulsar’s commitment to industry-leading excellence is consistent
world-class quality, precision engineering, seamless device operation and
cutting-edge proprietary software. Pulsar produces an array of advanced optical
devices designed for law enforcement, security, home defense and hunting
applications, including thermal imaging and digital night vision monoculars and
riflescopes, night vision binoculars and goggles, rangefinders, IR flashlights
and related accessories.
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