Pulsar Telos XP50 Thermal Monocular
The new Pulsar Telos XP50 thermal imaging monocular features a game changing European made Lynred sensor with 640×480 resolution and 17 microns pixel pitch, offering extreme NETD thermal sensitivity of sub 18mk NETD, delivering advanced thermal imaging capabilities even in the most severe weather conditions.
With a fast-aperture F50/1.0 germanium lens, you will experience the highest quality, most detailed and informative image possible whether you’re watching wildlife, deer stalking or controlling vermin.
Advanced Pulsar image boost technology
All Telos models will feature in-house developed advanced Pulsar image boost technology. This brings Telos thermal imaging to the highest level of detail, clarity and contrast.
The device is able to reproduce complex scenes in a wide range of halftones including low contrast objects such as the sky, grass or water surfaces. In addition, software detailing and sharpening of objects at different distances make the image highly informative.
Manually increasing the thermal imaging sensor sensitivity improves detection quality when observation conditions worsen. A smoothing filter and a wide range of brightness and contrast settings make prolonged observation more comfortable.
With a new zoom ring behind the focus ring, you can simply adjust your Telos magnification intuitively with a twist of the hand.
Designed for ease of use for extended periods
When using Telos XP50 the image can be easily adjusted with one hand. The classic smooth digital zoom and focusing rings are located on the lens in the classic layout, one by one, not unlike professional cameras, which is ideal for both left- and right-handed users. The consistent arrangement of the rings enables getting a clear image with the desired magnification quickly and with minimal effort.
The vertical symmetrical layout of the control buttons allows Telos to be used with both hands with the same comfort level. The buttons are located in a row on the top panel, and the detachable hand strap can be moved to the right or left side of the device according to your preferences.
For even more adaptability and comfort of use, the Telos offers customisable controls and a user friendly interface. These new thermal imaging monoculars are characterised by advanced functionality, however determining the priority of a particular function is the privilege of the user who is free to reorder the menu items and program the button functions.
Ready for the toughest conditions
You will be able to use the new Telos XP50 for observation for more than 8 hours on a single battery charge. The brand new LPS 7i quickly replaceable Li-ion battery doesn’t require special chargers. Simply connect it to any network adapter via the USB Type-C port and charge it using the Power Delivery fast charging protocol. Moreover, the LPS 7i battery supports wireless charging.
The Telos thermal imaging monoculars have been designed for tough wilderness conditions. They work properly under an extreme range of temperatures from -25 to +50 °C. These devices are completely waterproof when fully immersed in water.
Moreover, the rubberised body of the Telos is manufactured to a high quality standard and is extremely hardwearing.
Taylor-made ergonomic and functional carrying case
The new Telos comes in a stylish, user-friendly comfortable case, which is tailor-made. It’s ideally suited for use in scenarios where a hunter or wildlife observer is required to move frequently and at speed, necessitating a rapid deployment of their Telos from the case.
The system of attachment belts distributes the weight optimally on the hunter’s or wildlife observer’s body. It reduces weight on the shoulders, back and neck, and allows for free movement without fear of the device falling out. Additionally, the Telos case is equipped with straps for attachment to a waist belt, as well as a modular Molle attachment system, including backpacks and webbed gears.