Thermal Imaging MonocularAXION

Heat Up Your Hunt

Navigating and hunting in the dark can be troublesome. 

Before daybreak, dangerous beasts occasionally lurk just off trail, including notoriously unpredictable feral hogs. They are apt to run but are just as prone to charge. Using a thermal imager, even while bowhunting, helps you get to your blind or stand safely and undetected.

Game recovery. 

Thermal can be used 24/7. Whether day or night, a thermal imager reads variances in temperature. Advanced thermal monoculars like the Pulsar Axion feature contrasted imaging for temperature variances down to 0.4 degrees. This means easy blood tracking at least until the temperature of the blood reaches the ambient air temperature. Still, blood tracking is often not needed since the animal’s body glows for hours after the shot. While some states may not allow tracking with dogs, they may permit tracking with thermal.

High Optic Magnification

Axion offers the highest image magnification in a compact thermal monocular. Considerable optic magnification can be increased by means of digital zoom to provide the best identification of observed objects. 

Video and Still-PhotoRecording

The built-in video recorder is a great asset when it comes to filming or taking photos of once-in-a-lifetime experiences. One press of the REC button captures footage that can be shared easily with colleagues, friends and family. It has 16 GB of internal memory which provides many hours of recorded video, as well as tons of photos.

Stream​ Vision

Using Wi-Fi and the Stream Vision App, connect the Thermion to a smartphone or tablet for use as a second display or remote control, also makes transferring recorded files, adjusting settings, upgrading firmware.

Color Palettes

The 8-color palette enhances viewing in varying conditions. While the classic “White Hot” mode is exceptionally versatile, “Hot Black” is often favored for detecting wildlife at night. Red monochrome is best for long-range observation while “Red Hot,” “Rainbow” and “Ultramarine” enhance temperature differences of various object attributes. Violet helps to identify objects faster.

Long Detection Range

A powerful objective lens in combination with a 12µm professional-grade thermal imaging sensor provides exceptional detection capabilities. A standard 1.8m (6 ft.) tall object can be detected at 1700 m (1800 yds.) distance in complete darkness.

Lightweight

Lightweight becomes important when outdoor trips are long, and each piece of equipment adds to the total weight being carried. Axion weighs around 10 oz.—no more than a regular rangefinder unit but offers far more significant capabilities.

B-Pack Mini CombinedPower System

Miniature power elements used in Axion models provide sufficient operation time and can be quickly replaced. B-Pack mini batteries can be quickly charged either with included charger station or in the unit connected to USB.

On-Board Recording

16GB of on-board storage for pictures and videos

Why tell them when you can show them? Keep your trophies forever using Axion’s 16GB of on-board storage. Simply plug in or use StreamVision to transfer your best moments into digital memory forever.

Thermal Imaging MonocularsAXION

Axion XM30

Axion XM30 weighs in at just 8.8 ounces and is small enough to carry in your pocket, making it more compact and lightweight than its competitor, the FLIR Scout III 320. Axions offer more features with built-in recording, Stream Vision App compatibility to stream directly onto your device and up to 16GB of internal memory. Pulsar added a 12-micron 320×240 pixel pitch HD AMOLED 1024×768 display with a detection range of up to 1,300 yards, doubling the competitor’s range. Axions also boast a greater magnification which is eight times more than the other brand in the industry.

Technical Specifications Click here

Microbolometer, resolution

320×240 @ 12

Display, type

AMOLED 1024×768

Objective lens

F30/1.2

Frame rate, Hz

50

Magnification, x

4 – 16

Range of detection, yds

1450

Built-in video & sound recorder

Stream vision compatibility

Yes

Yes

Operating temperature, °F

-13 ÷ +104

Weight, oz

8.8

PL77421

 

Axion XM38

The Axion is the perfect pocket-sized thermal monocular and offers feature-rich technology like built-in video recording and Stream Vision App compatibility for remote viewing, unlike the competitor. Pulsar joins a 12-micron 320×240 pixel pitch to create a more compact unit with an added HD AMOLED 1024×768 display, creating a better, higher-resolution image. The Axion knocks the competition, FLIR Scout III 320, out of the park with its incredible 4x magnification and a detection range of up to 1,860 yards.

Technical Specifications Click here

Microbolometer, resolution

320×240 @ 12

Display, type

AMOLED 1024×768

Objective lens

F38/1.2

Frame rate, Hz

50

Magnification, x

5.5 – 22

Range of detection, yds

1850

Built-in video & sound recorder

Stream vision compatibility

Operating temperature, °F

Yes

Yes

-13 ÷ +104

Weight, oz

9.5

PL77422

 

Axion Key XM30

The Pulsar Axion Key XM 30 delivers big on thermal imaging performance but is compact enough to fit in your pocket and weighs just 8.8 ounces—unlike the FLIR Scout III 320 which weighs in at 12 ounces. An advanced 320×240 microbolometer sensor with a smaller 12μm pixel pitch creates a more compact unit than the 17μm competitor. The improved imaging at increased magnification and in adverse conditions, along with the 960×720 LCOS micro-display, offers a better image and a 1,300-detection range, beating out the competition by 700 yards.

Technical Specifications Click here

Microbolometer, resolution

320×240 @ 12

Display, type

LCOS / 960×720

Objective lens

F30/1.2

Frame rate, Hz

50

Magnification, x

2.5 – 10

Range of detection, yds

1450

Built-in video & sound recorder

Stream vision compatibility

No

No

Operating temperature, °F

+14 ÷ +104 

Weight, oz

8.8

PL77425

 

Stream VisionRecord and share your best moments with friends.Stream Vision allows hunters to keep a trophy, even when they’re not stuffing their harvest. Next time your buddy calls bull, prove him wrong right from the palm of your hand.