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Pulsar Thermion XM30 3.3-13.2×25 Thermal Scope

(1 customer review)

$2,299.97

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Pulsar Thermion XM30 3.3-13.2×25 Thermal Scope

The Pulsar Thermion XM30 3.3-13.2×25 Thermal Scope features advanced technology, smart convenience and rugged reliability. It boasts 12 µm pixel pitch with 320×240 resolution and detects heat signatures of adult sized objects up to 1,400 yards away. It displays the heat signature on a 1024×768 AMOLED display. With 3.5-14x magnification and rock, forest and identification modes, the fixed focus XM30 is the ideal scope to locate your target.

Its Wi-Fi connectivity, Stream Vision app compatibility and built in recording with sound mean the XM30 will capture and preserve all your hunting memories. It is housed in a metal body with IP67 dust and waterproof rating. The operating temperatures from -13F to 122F and can withstand recoil up to .375 H&H. Other features include 5 rifle profiles with 50 zero saves, 13 variable electronic reticles, color viewing modes and a stadiametric rangefinder with detection capabilities up to 1475 yards. The XM30 is powered by a B-Pack Mini Li-Ion battery with up to 5 hours of life.

Pulsar Thermion XM30 3.3-13.2×25 Thermal Scope Features

320 x 240 resolution, 12­µ pixel pitch core

1,400 yd detection range

8x digital zoom – continuous and stepped zoom

5-14x magnification

Picture in Picture digital zoom

Built in recording with sound

Stream Vision app connects scope to smart device

External power supply adaptable

5 rifle profiles with 50 zero saves

13 variable electronic reticles

One shot zeroing with freeze function

Color viewing modes

High resolution AMOLED display

Stadiametric rangefinder

Rock, forest and identification viewing modes

Manual, automatic and semi automatics calibration modes

Defective pixel repair feature

Battery Used

Type: APS2

Quantity: 1


Specifications

Type of MicrobolometerUncooled
Frame Rate, HZ50
Microbolometer Resolution, Pixels320 x 240
Spectral Sensitivity , µm8-14
Display TypeAMOLED
Display Resolution, Pixel1024 x 768
Integrated Video RecorderYes
Micro USB SocketPower / Data
Operation ModelsRocks

Forest

Identification

Defective Pixel Repair OptionYes
Integrated WiFi ModuleYes
Stream Vision SupportYes
Magnification, x3.5 – 14
Digital Zoom, x2x / 4x
Lens Diameter, mm24
Lens Focus, mm30
Relative Aperture, D/f’1:1.25
Field of View7.3
Field of View, m @ 100m12.8
Field of View, ft @ 100yd45.9
Minimum Focusing Distance, ft/m21 ft

7 m

Eye Relief, in/mm2  in

50 mm

Diopter Adjustment, dptr.-3 / +5
Focusing Type of DistanceFixed
Range of Detection1400 yd

1300 m

Power Supply3.0 – 4.2
Battery TypeB-Pack Mini (18650 Li-Ion)
Battery Life (with video out off), Hours7
External Power Supply5V – USB
Click Value, 1 Click = MOA.4
Windage & Elevation Adjustment Range, MOA82
Number of Preloaded Reticles10+
Reticle TypeVariable Electronic Reticles
Lens MaterialGermanium, Glass
Body MaterialMetal
Type of Mount for Attachment of Additional AccessoriesWeaver

Picatinny Rail

Operating Temp-13 to 122 °F

-25 to +50 °С

Level of Protection (acc. To IEC 60529)IPX7
WaterproofYes
CalibrationManual

Automatic

Semi Automatic

Recoil Rating, Max Caliber.375 H&H
Length15.2 in

387 mm

Width3.1 in

78 mm

Height2.5 in

63 mm

Weight, oz26.5

 


 

1 review for Pulsar Thermion XM30 3.3-13.2x25 Thermal Scope

  1. sterlings44 (verified owner)

    This is my 1st thermal purchase, however, it is not my first time using a thermal. I have been wrestling with the idea for a couple of years. But, like many, cost is a major determining factor, and the $2299 was within my budget. I read everything I could find and watched anything I could find and all seemed to agree this is a good, solid, reliable thermal scope. After 1 week of use I agree. I absolutely would recommend this rig to someone just getting into night hunting that isn’t limited by budget. Thermal far exceeds previous forms of night vision tech. Does it have it’s limitations, sure. But at the end of the hunt, did it perform as I expected? Yes. WITH ONE EXCEPTION !!! And anyone that has experience with Pulsar already knows this. The Stream Vision app used to download and watch the video of your hunt or your range time. Ok I am not a computer genius, but I’m not unfamiliar with tech. I have tried unsuccessfully, so many times to connect the scope to my iPhone I have blisters. If watching the video is important, I cant say this is the one for you. Keep in mind this is all just my opinion. The unit has more ability than I ever will.

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