THERMION

Thermal Riflescopes

True Superiority

High Definition Image

Sharp, richly contrasted thermal imaging for enhanced identification of animals, their extremities and even the smallest details, i.e. branches, leaves, grass and terrain.

Video and Still-PhotoRecording

Integrated video (including recoil-activated) and still image recording in MPEG-4 and .jpg makes sharing the thermal action quick and easy. The onboard 16-GB internal memory handles recoil flawlessly and stores hours of videos and thousands 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

Color palettes offer customized display options. While white hot and black are most popular, Red Hot, Rainbow and Ultramarine highlight a heat signature’s more intense hot spots. Violet, Red Monochrome and Sepia are optimal palettes for reduced eye fatigue over long periods of observation.

Extreme DetectionRange 2,500 Yds

Sharp, richly contrasted thermal imaging for enhanced identification of animals, their extremities and even the smallest details, i.e. branches, leaves, grass and terrain.

Picture-in-Picture

Picture-in-Picture displays a magnified image at the top-center 10% of the overall field of view for precise shot placement

B-Pack Mini CombinedPower System

Thermion riflescopes have dual battery system which consists of two batteries internal and external. External battery ensures additional operation time and can be replaced in a matter of seconds.

True HDHD AMOLED DISPLAYSee the night world with pristine clarity throughthe Thermion’s full HD AMOLED display. 

Instant Start-Up

Thanks to the new revolutionary electronics unit can be started almost instantly. Quick start-up helps to save energy and thus prolongs time of operation. The unit can be kept switched off and then rapidly activated when the right time comes.

User Friendly Controls

Thermion operation and adjustments are simple using the function buttons on the top of the device and left side encoder. The 3 button and encoder provide access and management of all device menu options, settings and system functions.

Zeroing Profiles Management

Store up to 5 zeroing profiles, with 10 distance coordinates each for varying situations, in internal memory for quick rifle change-out and on-the-fly adjustments. 

Variable Digital Zoom

Digital zoom, up to 8x, provides improved focus and overall target recognition at significant distance.

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Thermion XM38

The Thermion XM38 is built with traditional riflescope design in mind and mounts perfectly to standard 30mm ring and scope mount platforms. While the IPX7 waterproof rating (submersible in up to 3 feet of water for up to 30 minutes) and magnesium-alloy optic body provide rugged, reliable performance, advanced thermal technology delivers crips heat-signature imaging on a full-color 1024×768 HD AMOLED display form up to 1,850 yards away. Additional Thermion XM38 features include 320×240 microbolometer resolution with 12 µm pixel pitch, picture-in-picture, 8 color palettes, 15 reticles in up to 4 colors-black, red, white and green, integrated still image and video recording with audio on 16gb of internal storage, Wi-Fi with Pulsar’s Stream Vision app, 4-16x magnification range, 50Hz frame rate for fluid motion imaging and an onboard rechargeable battery pack. The Thermion XM38 weighs 26.45 ounces and is recoil rated handle .375 H&H, 9.3×64 and yes, even 12-gauge shotguns.

Technical Specifications Click here

Microbolometer, resolution,

pixels @ pixel pitch, µm

320×240 @ 12

Display, type / resolution, pixels

AMOLED 1024×768

Objective lens

F38/1.2

Frame rate, Hz

50

Magnification, x

4 – 16

Range of detection, yds

1850

Windage & Elevation, 1 click, mm@100m

Operating temperature, F°

10

-13 ÷ +122 

Weight, oz

26.45

PL76525

 

Thermion XM50

While the Thermion XM50 may look like a run-of-the-mill riflescope, all similarities end with a 30mm tube and traditional-style, all metal (magnesium-alloy) optic housing. The Thermion XM50 is an advanced thermal imaging riflescope with 320×240 microbolometer resolution, 12 µm pixel pitch, 5.5x22x magnification, a fullcolor 1024×768 HD AMOLED display and jaw-dropping heat-detection range of up to 2,500 yards. Additional Thermion XM50 features include picture-in-picture, 8 colors palettes, 15 reticles in up to 4 colors-black, red, white and green, integrated still image and video recording with audio on 16gb internal storage, Wi-Fi with Pulsar’s Stream Vision app, 50Hz frame rate for fluid motion imaging and an onboard rechargeable battery pack. The Thermion XM50 is IPX7 waterproof-rated (submersible in up to 3 feet of water for up to 30 minutes), weighs 31.7 ounces and is recoil rated to handle .375 H&H, 9.3×64 and 12-gauge.

Technical Specifications Click here

Microbolometer, resolution,

pixels @ pixel pitch, µm

320×240 @ 12

Display, type / resolution, pixels

AMOLED 1024×768

Objective lens

F50/1.2

Frame rate, Hz

50

Magnification, x

5.5 – 22

Range of detection, yds

2500

Windage & Elevation, 1 click, mm@100m

Operating temperature, F°

7

-13 ÷ +122 

Weight, oz

31.7

PL76526

 

Thermion XP38

With its traditional scope, the Thermion XP38 Thermal Riflescope mounts quickly and easily in standard 30mm rings and single-piece scope bases. Of course, the Thermion XP38 is anything but standard, boasting the latest in advanced thermal technology, as well as a rugged, all-metal (magnesium-alloy), IPX7 waterproof-rated housing. (submersible up to 3 feet for up tp 30 minutes). Additional Thermion XP38 Thermal Riflescope features include crisp 640×480 microbolometer resolution, 17 µm pixel pitch, 8-color-pallette imaging on a full-color 1024×768 HD AMOLED display, extended 1,500-yard heat-signature detection range, picture-in-picture, 15 reticles in up to 4 colors-black, red, white and green, integrated still image and video recording with audio on 16gb of internal storage, Wi-Fi with Pulsar’s Stream Vision app, 50Hz frame rate for fluid motion imaging and an onboard rechargeable battery pack. The Thermion XP38 weighs 26.3 ounces and is recoil rated to handle .375 H&H, 9.3×64 and 12-guage.

Technical Specifications Click here

Microbolometer, resolution,

pixels @ pixel pitch, µm

640×480 @ 17

Display, type / resolution, pixels

AMOLED 1024×768

Objective lens

F38/1.2

Frame rate, Hz

50

Magnification, x

1.5 – 12

Range of detection, yds

1500

Windage & Elevation, 1 click, mm@100m

Operating temperature, F°

28

-13 ÷ +122 

Weight, oz

26.45

PL76542

 

Thermion XP50

Styled after a traditional day scope, the Thermion XP50 Thermal Riflescope’s all-metal (magnesium-alloy) body mounts perfectly with standard 30mm rings and single-piece scope mounts. Beyond looks, the Thermion XP50 is anything but traditional, boasting crisp 640×480 microbolometer resolution, 17 µm pixel pitch, 8-color-pallette imaging on a full-color 1024×768 HD AMOLED display and a jaw-dropping 1,975-yard heat-signature detection range. Additional Thermion

Technical Specifications Click here

Microbolometer, resolution,

pixels @ pixel pitch, µm

640×480 @ 17

Display, type / resolution, pixels

AMOLED 1024×768

Objective lens

F50/1.2

Frame rate, Hz

50

Magnification, x

2 – 16

Range of detection, yds

2000

Windage & Elevation, 1 click, mm@100m

Operating temperature, F°

21

-13 ÷ +122 

Weight, oz

31.7

PL76543

 

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