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Pulsar's Apex XD75A 3-12x52 Thermal Weapon Sight allows users to detect camouflaged targets that emit invisible to the eye long-wavelength infrared light. Its uncooled VOx microbolometer works in a spectrum from 8µm to 14µm and allows you to see thermal signature during day or night. For example, at night without help from visible illumination you will be able to detect running engines, hot wires, infrared lasers and lamps, live animals, humans, or other sources of heat. Additionally, because of different transmission properties of the infrared light compared to the visible light, this thermal imager will enable you to view your targets through smoke, fog, or dust.
Your targets' thermal profiles are displayed on a built-in AMLCD color display or relay videos through a video output port for viewing on an external monitor or for recording. The user-friendly menu allows you to choose between a variety of polarities modes, 10 digital reticle patterns, and a multitude of digital image enhancements for obtaining the best image possible. Additionally, the included remote control allows for a wireless operation.
The lightweight and durable glass-nylon housing is waterproof, and submersible to 3.3' for 30 minutes. To provide a sure operation, all adjustment rings are knurled. You can also mount additional accessories on two short Picatinny or Weaver style rails located on both sides of the riflescope. Other construction details include a protective flip-out objective lens cap and a rubber winged eyeguard.
Imaging Sensor & Video Capabilities
Detector: VOx uncooled microbolometer
Spectral range: 8-14µm
Resolution: 384x288 pixels
Pixel pitch: 25µm
Refresh rate: 50Hz
640x480 AMLCD color display
Color modes: white hot, black hot, sepia color modes
PAL/NTSC video output
Use and Handling
Wireless remote control included
Operation modes: rocks, forest, identification
Calibration: manual, automatic, semi-automatic
10 digital reticle patterns
One-shot zeroing with freeze function
Memory of 3 zeroing parameters
IRIS technology increases recognition and detection range