The new SERIES 2 Pulsar thermal imagers have arrived at Scott Country - check out the awesome Pulsar Helion 2 XP50 & the Accolade LRF 2 XP50 here

Two SERIES 2 thermal imagers have arrived at Scott Country!

These new Pulsar Series 2 thermal imagers are available in Accolade 2 LRF and Helion 2 models, in the XP50 series, and come with significantly increased thermal sensitivity, image detail and viewing performance, especially in difficult conditions.

All of SERIES 2 devices use a new 640x480 pixel, 17µm uncooled micro-bolometric thermal sensor with 40 millikelvin (mK) noise equivalent temperature difference (NETD), which ensures perfect detail recognition even in toughest weather conditions when thermal contrast is low.

It distinguishes the smallest temperature differences during the rainfall, fog or cold mornings which are the most difficult conditions for a thermal imager, thus providing hunters with a clear view.

With the new 40mK NETD sensor Series 2 devices, Pulsar define a new standard for thermal imaging devices.


The Pulsar Helion 2 XP50 thermal imager incorporates the very latest in hand held thermal imaging technology, with a high resolution 640x480 thermal core, providing crisp clear thermal images, with enhanced recognition ranges, and a detection range up to 1.8km. Twinned with the latest wifi and integrated video recording technology the Helion 2 XP50 thermal camera provides unrivalled performance, with a 2.5x to 20x magnification.

Helion 2 XP50 is now cheaper also with a £3399.95 RRP price compared to the previous £3999.95 XP50.

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With a similar look and feel to the original Accolade LRF, the new Pulsar Accolade LRF 2 XP50 features a revolutionary new sub 40mK sensor, to deliver unrivalled thermal performance, with up to 1800m detection, 640x480 sensor and a 1000m laser rangefinder..and its over £500 cheaper than the current Accolade LRF!

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