New Thermal Tool Intriguing The Industry

thermal monocular

This post is also available in: עברית (Hebrew)

The recently unveiled Pulsar Helion Thermal Monoculars have been getting attention in the thermal industry by setting the bar for feature-packed technologically advanced optics.

According to, the monoculars have 8 color display mode options, including “white hot” and “black hot”. It also has a wide variety of advantages –  variable magnification, video recording capability with 8gb internal storage, 8-hr rechargeable battery, wireless remote control, rugged glass-nylon composite construction and ultra-reliable IPX7 waterproof, fogproof and dustproof protection.

Pulsar’s Helion thermal monocular line up consists of 6 models – XQ30F, XQ38F, XQ50F, XP28, XP38 and the XP50 – differing one from the other in heat detection range and magnification capabilities.

While the Wi-Fi and Stream Vision App can be used to monitor the Helion’s display from other devices like smartphones and tablets, the technology even allows the device to be used as a remote control. Pulsar’s Wi-Fi and firmware also make streaming video, data transfers and program upgrades exceptionally easy.

Pulsar produces an array of advanced optical devices designed for law enforcement, security, home defense and hunting applications, including thermal imaging and digital night vision monoculars and riflescopes, night vision binoculars and goggles, rangefinders, IR flashlights and related accessories.