Pulsar Thermion Duo DXP50 Multispectral Thermal Code YU76571
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Pulsar Thermion Duo DXP50 Multispectral Thermal
Pulsar Thermion Duo DXP50 Multispectral Thermal
The first multispectral Pulsar hunting riflescope
The Thermion Duo DXP opens a new page in the history of Pulsar hunting optics. This is the first commercial riflescope to combine the effectiveness of thermal imaging detection at any time of day with the comfort of full-colour daytime observation. With the synergy that comes from the integration of different technologies, observation with the Thermion Duo brings enhanced high-information content.
For many hunters the Thermion Duo DXP is set to become the only option for an optical riflescope at any time of the day and in any weather conditions. This thermal imaging riflescope, the Thermion Duo DXP, is based on the best solutions and components used in the development of Pulsar optics to ensure good handling of the challenges of night hunting. Full darkness, rain and fog will not prevent the Thermion Duo DXP from locating a beast and revealing its trophy qualities. The 4K resolution digital channel gives the full colours of day hunting.
4K full-colour sensor for daytime hunting
The daytime digital channel clearly draws objects at distances of 10 meters and over. Using the Thermion Duo DXP as a daytime riflescope is always simple and convenient as the lens does not require focusing. The 4K-resolution CMOS sensor provides exemplary detail and identification of objects across the entire range of magnifications, from 2x to 16x. Day hunting is not only comfortable, but also high-tech when using the Thermion Duo DXP. A full-colour image peculiar to classic daytime optics is combined with extreme digital functionality. At any time, the hunter can record an image, change the reticle pattern and colour, or connect the riflescope to a smartphone.
640×480 @ NETD < 25 mK high-sensitivity thermal imaging sensor
A high-sensitivity European-made sensor with < 25 mK NETD captures minimal temperature differences when observing in low temperature contrast conditions, or in rain or fog. The 640 x 480-pixel resolution ensures reliable identification of the target, high-quality visualization of important anatomical features of the animal plus minute details of the surrounding landscape. The sensor’s large size gives the Thermion Duo DXP a wide field of view for comfortable and informative observation of both static and dynamic scenes.
Fast aperture F50/1.0 thermal lens
The potential of the high-sensitivity sensor is fully revealed in a thermal imaging channel by the high-aperture F50/1.0 germanium lens. The thermal imaging channel ensures maximum detection efficiency for the hunter in any weather conditions at any time of day.
Advanced image processing: enhanced detail, clarity and contrast
The Thermion Duo implements modern algorithms to reach a new level of image detailing, clarity and contrast. The thermal imaging channel, using a wide range of halftones, has the capability to render complex scenes with evenly emitting low-contrast objects, such as the sky, grass or water surfaces. The enhanced detail and software that sharpens objects at different distances, renders a highly informative thermal image. Manually increasing the sensitivity of the thermal imaging sensor allows you to improve the quality of detection of the animal if observation conditions deteriorate. A smoothing filter and brightness and contrast settings ensure comfort for prolonged observation times. The daytime channel gives ideal image perception in both sunny and cloudy conditions.
Combined multispectral viewing modes
The Thermion Duo supports four observation modes. The digital image mode is used for daytime hunting. The thermal imaging mode is designed for night conditions, and as an auxiliary mode in difficult daytime conditions – fog, dense clouds, rain, oncoming or side sunlight, tall grass, shrubbery and trees in sight affect the ability to detect an animal, comfortably observe it and clearly determine its trophy characteristics. The “Picture-in-Picture” function in the Thermion Duo makes it possible to simultaneously display images from both optical channels, prioritising the thermal or digital image.
1800m thermal detection range day & night
The advantage of thermal imaging is early animal detection at any time of day. At night, it is the most effective way to find game at a great distance. Due to high-quality long-focal-length optics and a high-sensitivity sensor, the Thermion Duo DXP sight has outstanding capabilities for the observation range – an object with a height of 1.8 m is detected at 1800 meters in complete darkness. During the day, the Thermion Duo thermal imaging channel helps locate game despite fog, haze, difficult terrain and camouflage, in tall grass, behind shrubbery or deep in the forest.
Clear on target
One-shot freeze zeroing of thermal and digital channels
One cartridge and the Freeze software function are enough to zero in both optical channels at a selected distance. After the ranging shot, the riflescope takes a photo of the target, and the thermal imaging and digital channel reticles are set at the point of impact of the bullet. The Thermion Duo DXP can be zeroed using the base magnification or the zoom, while the click value decreases in proportion to zoom – with maximum magnification the сlick value is less than 0.1 MOA. The aiming point is stable in the full magnification range.
High-precision aiming in the “Picture-in-picture” mode
The “Picture-in-Picture” function enables the shooter to display a high-precision zeroing frame. Taking only 10% of the total display area, the frame shows a magnified image of the target and reticle and allows the user to view the image close up in the aiming area and have visual control of the entire field of view at the same time. In the Thermion Duo the images from different channels can be combined on a single display, showing a thermal image in the secondary frame when using digital mode in the main frame, and vice versa. A classic function for Pulsar products, “Picture-in-Picture” is also available, when the image from one channel is simultaneously displayed in the main and additional frame.
Five individual shooting profiles / 50 zeroing distances
Zeroing settings are saved in a shooting profile. The Thermion Duo memory contains up to five shooting profiles for several types of weapons or cartridges. Each profile can hold up to ten zeroing distances.
A selection of 10 reticle shapes in nine colour modes
A reticle is electronically displayed in the same plane as the target. The Thermion Duo memory contains ten reticle configurations and functions (direct shot type, ballistic, scalable and regular), all available in nine colours.
Specifications: Pulsar Thermion Duo DXP50 Multispectral Thermal
Eye relief, 50mm
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