The Pulsar Quantum HD38A Thermal Imaging Monocular can detect heat signatures beyond what night vision can see, successfully penetrating through fog and smoke in day and nighttime operations. Featuring a thermal core resolution of 384x288 to capture maximum thermal energy efficiently, its impressive 30 hertz frame rate and LCD 640x480 display resolution offers a crisp, consistent image of fast-moving objects. Long-distance viewing is made possible by a 2x digital zoom, which increases the 2x magnification to 4x.
The Pulsar Quantum HD38A is the ideal choice for a wide variety of applications including: search and rescue missions, reconnaissance, hunting, and covert law enforcement/military operations. Its high definition, “white hot” and “black hot” target viewing tracks down humans and animals at distances of 1,000 yards. The 3 new operating modes (City, Forest and Identification) deliver enhanced contrast, significantly improving rendering of hot object details. Users can choose from the automatic, manual or semi-automatic calibration modes, which calibrates the image in just 1 to 2 seconds. It includes a standard weaver rail and tripod mount, allowing for attachment of external power supplies, as well as video output to record each session.