The Pulsar Trail LRF XQ50 Thermal Imaging Scope has a 384 x 288px IR sensor with a 17µm pixel pitch, a 7.5° horizontal field-of-view and a detection range of 1800m. Its fast 50Hz frame rate ensures that the shooter is able to view fast-moving game clearly, fluidly and in real-time, enabling him/her to accurately assess speeds and place precise shots.
To maintain the temperature sensor’s stability, the Pulsar Trail LRF XQ50 Thermal Imaging Scope features a heat sink which prevents the build-up of heat from the IR sensor and other components. The heat sink also reduces noise and temperature sensitivity between calibrations.
In addition to the above, the Pulsar Trail LRF XQ50 Thermal Imaging Scope includes a number of thermal imaging functions designed to enable fast adjustability, accurate target identification and precise shot placement.
Integrated Laser Rangefinder
Ideal for determining precise shot placement, the integrated laser rangefinder calculates and displays the distance to the target. It is accurate to ±1m over 1000m and can be used in two modes: Scanning and Single Time Measurement. The Scanning mode is of particular use when tracking moving game as it enables the user to adjust the rifle quickly to accommodate changing distances.
The user can zoom in on areas of the image using the 2.7-10.8 (4x) variable magnification.
The reticle area is magnified without compromising the overall field-of-view. The magnified area is viewable in a box 1/10th the size of the overall display area.
The Pulsar Trail LRF XQ50 Thermal Imaging Scope includes a complete selection of digitally displayed reticle solutions. The user is able to alter the reticle’s pattern, colour and brightness providing him/her with a richly contrasted display thereby enabling faster target identification.
Three Zeroing Profiles
Zeroing profiles can be used to optimise the Pulsar Trail LRF XQ50 Thermal Imaging Scope for use with an array of weapons and ammunition types and can be used to adapt the IR riflescope for use in various environments and at different distances from the target. The user can save up to three zeroing profiles to the Pulsar Trail LRF XQ50 Thermal Imaging Scope, each containing five distance coordinates.