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Pulsar - Telos platform and other new products
Pulsar - Telos platform and other new products

Pulsar - Telos platform and other new products

Pulsar - Telos platform and other new products
Pulsar - Telos platform and other new products

Pulsar, a Lithuanian manufacturer of valued optoelectronic devices, appeared at this year's IWA OutdoorClassics fair with a large number of new products. Among them were not only refreshed versions of already known products, but also completely new models, which herald another breath of fresh air on the thermal imaging market.

Telos LRF XP50 - an upgradable monocular

The most interesting new product that has been announced is the Telos LRF XP50 thermal imager. Its innovation lies in its upgradability. The manufacturer's plans include launching a whole range of components compatible with this new platform, which will allow to adjust the device to individual requirements. Such a modular system will also ensure the continuous freshness of the product and the possibility of improving it in the future, without having to spend a full amounts for the latest models of thermal imagers.

The manufacturer's plans sound ambitious - especially when one considers the range of available upgrades in question. It is possible not only to modify the optics, or the possibility of pairing the device with an LRF module, but also replacing the sensor with a model with a higher resolution, the screen, or even installing additional optical channels.

The first product in the Telos line, the LRF XP50 and the upcoming XP50, without a rangefinder, also boast excellent thermal sensitivity: <18 mK. Combined with a resolution of 640x480 with a pixel size of 17 µm, a large lens with an f/1.0 aperture and improved software (Advanced Pulsar image boost technology), one can expect image quality and thermal contrast to be at a very high level, also in adverse weather conditions.

Other features of the Telos LRF XP50 Imager that are worth mentioning include: digital zoom adjustment using the ring on the lens, adaptation to use with both one and two hands, the ability to reorganization of the menu (to better suit user's requirements), a new, replaceable LPS 7i battery providing up to 8 hours of operation and a design that allows the device to be used in harsh conditions.

The Telos line of products will be on the market in the current quarter, however, more components compatible with the new platform will not appear before 2024. All Telos thermal imagers purchased this year will be compatible with them.

Other new products

While Telos seems to be stealing show from Pulsar's product lineup, it's not the only novelty at IWA OutdoorClassics 2023.

The development of the line of Merger binoculars promises to be interesting. Not even two months have passed since the flagship version of the product (the XL50 with a sensor resolution of 1024x768 pixels) was presented at SHOT Show 2023, and two more devices are to join the range of available products. In addition to the lightweight and compact version of the LRF XQ35 (384x288, 17 µm, <25mK), the Duo NXP50 model has been announced. Due to two different optical channels, it allows the user to conduct multispectral observation - combining thermal imaging with digital night vision. As with the still fresh Thermion Duo series, the displayed image will not be able to combine layers, but will show them both simultaneously thanks to the well-known Picture in Picture function.

A series of clip-on thermal imaging overlays called Krypton has been refreshed. Among the new thermal imagers, the Krypton 2, there is a lighter and more compact FXQ35 (384x288, 17 µm, <25 mK) model and the flagship product: the FXG50 (640x480, 12 µm, F50/1.0, human body detection range up to 2300 meters). The new generation of devices is equipped with high-quality FHD displays and Lynred sensors produced in Europe.

The product line with XQ sensors with improved thermal sensitivity has also been expanded. Among the new devices were the Axion 2 LRF XQ35 Pro (and the version without an LRF), as well as the Talion XQ35 Pro sight. Axion monoculars now feature Lynred 384x288 sensors @ 17µm (previous generation pixel size was 12µm).

Source: Pulsar



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