Pulsar Thermal Imagers - outdoorsman supplies

Search
Go to content

Main menu:

Pulsar Thermal Imagers

NightVision > Pulsar
77309 Pulsar Quantum HSQ19 Thomas jacks

77309 Pulsar Quantum HSQ19 Thomas jacks

The Pulsar thermal imagers are designed for 24/7 detection and observation even when other optical devices (such as binoculars, spotting scopes and night vision devices) are impeded by weather conditions such as fog, rain and smoke or obstacles like grass or bushes and feature a revised eyepiece to help improve image quality. At the core of the Quantum HD/LD range is the unique combination of high resolution microbolometer (384?288) sensor, Germanium lens F38/0.8 and frost proof OLED display (640x480).

Optical magnification of the devices can be increased up to 4.2x using the 2x digital zoom. The HSQ19 has a 30Hz frame rate meaning it can't be exported without a valid export licence. There are lower 9Hz frame rate alternatives such as the Quantum LSQ19 or LD38 which aren't subject to these rules.

Image quality is good across the field of view, with no edge distortion or tunnel effect. The units work on both batteries and external power supply such as the EPS3 and EPS5 Battery Packs.

These units start up quickly, being ready to use 10 seconds after switching on.


f19/0.7 objective lens
2x digital zoom
12 degree field of view
Exportable 9Hz variant (LSQ19)
Quality Germanium lens with internal focussing – Internal focussing mechanism is activated by rotating a quiet adjustment wheel at the base of the objective lens. This system delivers high quality images at all distances within the operational range of the scope.
Composite rubber-armoured housing – Light yet very durable carbon reinforced plastic finish ensures increased service durability. The corrugated rubber grips on the body mean the unit can be held firmly in the hand.
Self contained power supply – Self contained operation of the Quantum is provided by four AA batteries (or rechargeable batteries). Batteries are placed in a container first which is then inserted into the battery compartment.
External power supply – Operation time can be significantly prolonged by using external power supply units (such as EPS3 or EPS5), attached to the Quantum with a special jack. During prolonged use in freezing weather, the external power supply can be stored under the user’s clothes.
User choice of video output signal (CCIR/EIA) – Analogue video output is available in all models of Quantum thermal vision devices
Wide operating temperature range - Quantum thermal imagers can be used within a temperature range of -20 °to +50 °
Additional Weaver MIL-STD-1913 Rail for accessories – Facilitates the attachment of items such as video recording equipment or external power supplies.
Convenient controls - The controls are accessible, user-friendly and comprised of three buttons: The on/off button, the calibration button and the digital zoom activation/colour inversion (hot white and hot black) button.
Two tripod sockets – Quantum thermal imaging scopes are equipped with a pair of diametrically positioned sockets to be mounted to a tripod.

£ 2,979.95 Add
77310 Pulsar Quantum LSQ19 Thomas jacks

77310 Pulsar Quantum LSQ19 Thomas jacks

These Pulsar thermal imagers are designed for 24/7 detection and observation even when other optical devices (such as binoculars, spotting scopes and night vision devices) are impeded by weather conditions such as fog, rain and smoke or obstacles like grass or bushes. At the core of the Quantum HD/LD range is the unique combination of high resolution microbolometer (384x288) sensor, Germanium lens F38/0.8 and frost proof OLED display (640x480) and now feature a revised eyepiece to help improve image quality.

Optical magnification of the devices can be increased up to 4.2x using the 2x digital zoom. As the LSQ19 has a 9Hz frame rate it doesn't fall under ITAR controls or require a UK export licence when being sold or taken abroad.

The Quantum line boasts impressive viewing ranges, with man sized detection spanning from 450 to 900 metres, depending on model. Image quality is also good across the field of view, with no edge distortion or tunnel effect. The units work on both batteries and external power supply such as the EPS3 and EPS5 Battery Packs.

These units start up quickly, being ready to use 10 seconds after switching on.

f38/0.8 objective lens
2x digital zoom
14.5 degree field of view
Exportable 9Hz variant (LS38)
Quality Germanium lens with internal focussing – Internal focussing mechanism is activated by rotating a quiet adjustment wheel at the base of the objective lens. This system delivers high quality images at all distances within the operational range of the scope.
Composite rubber-armoured housing – Light yet very durable carbon reinforced plastic finish ensures increased service durability. The corrugated rubber grips on the body mean the unit can be held firmly in the hand.
Self contained power supply – Self contained operation of the Quantum is provided by four AA batteries (or rechargeable batteries). Batteries are placed in a container first which is then inserted into the battery compartment.
External power supply – Operation time can be significantly prolonged by using external power supply units (such as EPS3 or EPS5), attached to the Quantum with a special jack. During prolonged use in freezing weather, the external power supply can be stored under the user’s clothes.
User choice of video output signal (CCIR/EIA) – Analogue video output is available in all models of Quantum thermal vision devices
Wide operating temperature range - Quantum thermal imagers can be used within a temperature range of -20 ° to +50 °
Additional Weaver MIL-STD-1913 Rail for accessories – Facilitates the attachment of items such as video recording equipment or external power supplies.
Convenient controls - The controls are accessible, user-friendly and comprised of three buttons: The on/off button, the calibration button and the digital zoom activation/colour inversion (hot white and hot black) button.
Two tripod sockets – Quantum thermal imaging scopes are equipped with a pair of diametrically positioned sockets to be mounted to a tripod.

£ 4,249.95 Add
77301 Pulsar Quantum HD38 Thomas jacks

77301 Pulsar Quantum HD38 Thomas jacks

These Pulsar thermal imagers are designed for 24/7 detection and observation even when other optical devices (such as binoculars, spotting scopes and night vision devices) are impeded by weather conditions such as fog, rain and smoke or obstacles like grass or bushes. At the core of the Quantum HD/LD range is the unique combination of high resolution microbolometer (384?288) sensor, Germanium lens F38/0.8 and frost proof OLED display (640x480).

Optical magnification of the devices can be increased up to 4.2x using the 2x digital zoom. The HD38 has a 30Hz frame rate meaning it can't be exported or taken abroad without a valid export licence. There are lower 9Hz frame rate alternatives such as the Quantum LS19 or LD38 which aren't subject to these rules.

Image quality is also good across the field of view, with no edge distortion or tunnel effect. The units work on both batteries and external power supply such as the EPS3 and EPS5 Battery Packs.

These units start up quickly, being ready to use 10 seconds after switching on.

Highly sensitive sensor - A high resolution microbolometer (384?288) sensor
Quality Germanium lens with internal focussing – Internal focussing mechanism is activated by rotating a quiet adjustment wheel at the base of the objective lens. This system delivers high quality images at all distances within the operational range of the scope.
Composite rubber-armoured housing – Light yet very durable carbon filled plastic finish ensures increased service durability. The corrugated rubber grips on the body mean the unit can be held firmly in the hand.
Self contained power supply – Self contained operation of the Quantum is provided by four AA batteries (or rechargeable batteries). Batteries are placed in a container first which is then inserted into the battery compartment.
External power supply – Operation time can be significantly prolonged by using external power supply units (such as EPS3 or EPS5), attached to the Quantum with a special jack. During prolonged use in freezing weather, the external power supply can be stored under the user’s clothes.
User choice of video output signal (CCIR/EIA) – Analogue video output is available in all models of Quantum thermal vision devices
Wide operating temperature range - Quantum thermal imagers can be used within a temperature range of -20 °? to +50 °?
Additional Weaver MIL-STD-1913 Rail for accessories – Facilitates the attachment of items such as video recording equipment or external power supplies.
Convenient controls - The controls are accessible, user-friendly and comprised of three buttons: The on/off button, the calibration button and the digital zoom activation/colour inversion (hot white and hot black) button.
Two tripod sockets – Quantum thermal imaging scopes are equipped with a pair of diametrically positioned sockets to be mounted to a tripod.

£ 4,299.95 Add
 77302 Pulsar Quantum LD38 Thomas jacks

77302 Pulsar Quantum LD38 Thomas jacks

These Pulsar thermal imagers are designed for 24/7 detection and observation even when other optical devices (such as binoculars, spotting scopes and night vision devices) are impeded by weather conditions such as fog, rain and smoke or obstacles like grass or bushes. At the core of the Quantum HD/LD range is the unique combination of high resolution microbolometer (384x288) sensor, Germanium lens F38/0.8 and frost proof OLED display (640x480).

Optical magnification of the devices can be increased up to 4.2x using the 2x digital zoom. As the LD38 has a 9Hz frame rate it doesn't fall under ITAR controls or require a UK export licence when being sold or taken abroad.

The Quantum line boasts impressive viewing ranges, with man sized detection spanning from 450 to 900 metres, depending on model. Image quality is also good across the field of view, with no edge distortion or tunnel effect. The units work on both batteries and external power supply such as the EPS3 and EPS5 Battery Packs.

These units start up quickly, being ready to use 10 seconds after switching on.

f19/0.7 objective lens
2x digital zoom
28.3 degree field of view
Exportable 9Hz variant (LD19)
Quality Germanium lens with internal focussing – Internal focussing mechanism is activated by rotating a quiet adjustment wheel at the base of the objective lens. This system delivers high quality images at all distances within the operational range of the scope.
Composite rubber-armoured housing – Light yet very durable carbon filled plastic finish ensures increased service durability. The corrugated rubber grips on the body mean the unit can be held firmly in the hand.
Self contained power supply – Self contained operation of the Quantum is provided by four AA batteries (or rechargeable batteries). Batteries are placed in a container first which is then inserted into the battery compartment.
External power supply – Operation time can be significantly prolonged by using external power supply units (such as EPS3 or EPS5), attached to the Quantum with a special jack. During prolonged use in freezing weather, the external power supply can be stored under the user’s clothes.
User choice of video output signal (CCIR/EIA) – Analogue video output is available in all models of Quantum thermal vision devices
Wide operating temperature range - Quantum thermal imagers can be used within a temperature range of -20° to +50°
Additional Weaver MIL-STD-1913 Rail for accessories – Facilitates the attachment of items such as video recording equipment or external power supplies.
Convenient controls - The controls are accessible, user-friendly and comprised of three buttons: The on/off button, the calibration button and the digital zoom activation/colour inversion (hot white and hot black) button.
Two tripod sockets – Quantum thermal imaging scopes are equipped with a pair of diametrically positioned sockets to be mounted to a tripod.

£ 4,904.95 Add
 
Back to content | Back to main menu