Pulsar unveiled the new Axion XM30S. (Photo: Pulsar)
Pulsar adds a new thermal monocular to its Axion lineup, introducing the Axion XM30S.
The Axion XM30S offers a 1024×768 AMOLED display paired with a 4.5x to 18x magnification. Utilizing a 320×240 sensor, the monocular provides a 1,400-yard detection range. The device is capable of both photo and video recording with 16GB of memory. It also offers compatibility with the Stream Vision app allowing users to easily view images and videos. Weighing 8.8-ounces, Pulsar said the compact design is lightweight yet powerful.
“With a lightweight and rugged magnesium alloy housing, the Axion XM30S is one of the most advanced thermal monoculars on the market,” Pulsar said in a news release.
The thermal monocular boasts a rugged design perfect for taking out into the field. (Photo: Pulsar)
The Axion XM30S pairs with the Stream Vision app allowing users to access recorded photos and videos. (Photo: Pulsar)
The Axion XM30S is powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery offering four hours of battery life. The thermal monocular comes with multiple color viewing modes and is IPX7 waterproof rated. It ships with a battery pack, USB cable, hand strap, lens cleaning cloth, carrying case, and battery pack charging kit.
MSRP on the Pulsar Axion XM30S sits at $2,199, though street prices come in slightly lower.