Pulsar Axion XM30S
The Pulsar Axion XM30S is an ultra-compact, lightweight, handheld thermal imaging monocular that replaces the XM30 and XM38 models with upgrades such as a Sony display screen, 4.5x Magnification a modified Sensor and new firmware!
Pulsar's Axion has many new and important features, first and foremost is its sensor. The Axion Thermal Imaging Monocular uses a new 320x240 thermal sensor with a 12µm pixel pitch, which also helps to reduce overall unit size. This reduction in pixel pitch will result in images having smoother edges, more detailed thermal mapping and offers a greater ability to recognise and identify objects over an equivalent sized sensor with a 17µm pixel pitch.
The new Axion XM30S thermal imaging camera is perfectly suited to outdoor conditions, featuring a robust magnesium bodyshell, an IPX7 protection rating (fully waterproof) and 1024x768 AMOLED HD micro-displays and can perform in both hot & freezing temperatures.
The Axion XM30S comes equipped with its own internal stadiametric rangefinder, which helps aid observers in estimating target distances with the height of known objects. Additionally, Axion thermal imaging units have up to eight colour palettes to help enhance observation in varying thermal conditions.
Picture-in-Picture (PiP) mode, upon activation, displays a second image with magnification in the top part of the Axion camera display screen. This small image helps to zoom in on a subject while retaining the rest of the field of view, maximising situational awareness.
The Axion’s built-in WiFi module means you will be able to make use of Pulsar’s Free Stream Vision App. Stream Vision allows you to remote control the Axion Thermal imaging camera, set-up the Axion as a motion detector, transfer & share images to your smartphone or tablet and even live stream footage to online web platforms. In addition to this, the Axion XM30S has an on-board photo & video recorder, which can save footage directly to the devices 16GB internal memory, allowing users to capture their experiences easily.
The Pulsar Axion XM30S has an instant start-up and an instant ‘display-off’ mode, which helps to save energy and prolong the operation time of the unit and its dedicated B-Pack Mini Power System. The APS Battery Pack system offers an ultra-lightweight, quick-change power option that provides up to 4 hours of operating time to Axion units. APS Battery Packs can be charged by USB through its intended unit or an APS Battery Charger (Which fits two APS Battery Packs).
Pulsar Axion XM30S Features:
- Magnification: 4.5x to 16.0x (4x Digital Zoom)
- Horizontal Field of View: 7.8°x5.9°
- Detection Range: 1300m
- Thermal Sensor: 320x240 12µm
- Operating Temperatures: -25°C to +50°C
Pulsar Axion Series General Features:
- Long detection range
- Exceptional image quality via a 320x240 12µm thermal sensor
- Built-In Video recorder & still image capture
- Built-in Wi-Fi module
- Stream Vision Compatible
- Up to four hours of battery power
- Utilises a new quick-change battery (APS 3)
- Stadiametric rangefinder
- 16GB of internal memory
- AMOLED 1024x768 display
- Ultra-Compact size
- Robust & lightweight magnesium alloy bodyshell
- Multiple colour palettes
- Picture-in-Picture mode
- Battery Life upto 4hrs
- Frame Rate 50Hz
- Dimensions 143 x 41 x 69 mm
- Weight 250g
High resolution 320x240
The Axion Thermal Camera Series is fitted with an uncooled micro-bolometric matrix - 320x240px with 12µm pixel pitch – that provides highly detailed images.
Axion models have up to 4.5x digital zoom, resulting in high total magnifications.
High image frequency
At a high refresh rate of 50Hz, the Axion Series provides comfortable viewing throughout dynamic, rapid motion.
Detection distance up to 1700m
Depending on the model, Axion thermal imaging monoculars can detect man-size heat signatures up to 1700 metres away.
Built-in video recording
Capturing still images and video is seamless with the Axion’s built-in video recorder. Image and video content is stored internally (up to 16GB) and can easily be transferred to PC/laptop via wired connection or Wi-Fi. Non-Key models only.
Mobile-friendly (iOS & Android) with remote control and live internet streaming (Not Key Model)
The Axion XM30S has the ability to link via Wi-Fi the device with Android and iOS based mobile units using the free mobile application Stream Vision. The Stream Vision software connects the device with Android/iOS devices which enables you to receive footage in real time mode, to distantly operate the device with your smartphone and to stream the footage captured by the device to direct to Youtube.
Quick-change B-Pack mini power units
All Axion's include a progressive autonomous B-Pack Mini Power Supply consisting of a quick-detach, rechargeable APS 3, battery pack designed to deliver up to 4 hours of operation.
Based on the estimated heights of observed objects, the stadiametric rangefinding reticle makes determining distances fast, easy, reliable and repeatable.
IPX7 waterproof-rated protection ensures the Axion thermal camera performs perfectly in wet weather, even during intense rain, snowfall and submersion in 3 feet of water for up to 30 minutes. (IEC 60529).
Wide range of operating temperatures
With a frost-resistant AMOLED display, the Axion thermal imaging XM30S scope is designed to deliver flawless performance at an extreme temperature range of -25°C to +50°C
Fully-functional wireless control (optional)
The ergonomic, wireless remote control, with encoder wheel, puts the full range of the Axion’s capabilities at your fingertips for comfortable, convenient, hands-off operation.
The Axion is designed with ease-of-operation in mind. User feedback has resulted in the most user friendly interface to date, complete with an easy-to-read, icon-driven, alpha-numeric status bar at the bottom of the display. Internal menu items and options are also displayed on a contrasting gradient substrate so you can keep an eye on settings without losing sight of your objective.
For initial setup and additional updates, the iOS and Android compatible Stream Vision App ensures the most recent Axion