Pulsar Krypton FXG50 thermal imaging cap – built on the basis of an innovative sensor with a resolution of 640×480 pixels and a pixel size of 12 µm. Equipped with a high-quality AMOLED display with a resolution of 1746×1000 pixels, it offers the sharpest image among the thermal imaging caps available on the market while maintaining the parameters of a day telescope. Adapted to various types of variable magnification optics, the Pulsar Krypton makes the Day riflescope a powerful thermal imaging tool. The lens with a diameter of 50 mm in combination with a pixel with a size of 12 µm allows you to locate a target the size of a human at a distance of 2300 meters in complete darkness. The high-quality sensor offers the user an excellent thermal contrast and high sensitivity even in unfavorable weather conditions. Krypton caps are fully waterproof, they can be used in all weather conditions, in temperatures from -25 to +50 degrees. The housing has an IPX7 degree of protection (which allows the device to be immersed at a depth of 1 meter for 30 minutes).
The cap is mounted on the telescope with a modern PSP adapter adapted to telescopes with a lens diameter of 50 and 56 mm, enabling smooth adjustment of the field of view of the cap and its precise setting in relation to the daytime telescope aiming point.
Krypton can be used with various scopes, the recommended magnification range is 1.5-6x.
The precision of the device is closed in a magnesium housing resistant to recoil of even the largest calibers used for hunting and facilitating heat dissipation from the cap.
An additional element of the XG 50 version is an observation monocular with the parameters of 5×30.
The monocular is mounted to the back of the thermal imaging cap (without the need to disassemble the telescope adapter), after installing the monocular, the device is transformed into an observation thermal imager with a magnification of 5x.
Adapter is not part of the product and need to be ordered separately.