Pulsar's Trail thermal imaging sights are designed for the use on hunting rifles both in the nighttime and during the day in inclement weather conditions. These sights do not require an external light source and are not affected by bright light exposure.
The Trail XP50 has a built-in video/sound recorder, built-in 8Gb memory, and built-in Wi-Fi module. This thermal imaging sight operates with an uncooled microbolometer matrix, 640x480 resolution with an AMOLED screen, 50 Hz refresh rate, and image detection up to 1800m. It can store roughly 150 minutes of video or 10000 pictures, and the rechargeable Li-ion battery pack offers 8 hours of operating time. It is impact-resistant, frost-resistant, and IPX7-rated for protection against water exposure during short-term submersion. It has 10 electronic reticles for an array of reticle patterns, colors and brightness settings. The Trail XP50 will also save three individual firearm/ammunition zeroing profiles, including different reticles, at up to five distances, in the Trail's memory. Picture-in-Picture mode improves accuracy. A heat sink on the device's body prevents heat build-up from the sensor and other components while also significantly reducing temperature and noise sensitivity, especially between calibrations. The free Stream Vision software/mobile application connects via Wi-Fi with your Android/iOS mobile unit (smartphone or tablet) enabling you to receive footage in the real time mode, to distantly operate the device with your smartphone, as well to stream captured images online. A built-in accelerometer/gyroscope improves accuracy by precisely identifying cant and angles greater than 5 degrees and may be temporarily disabled for continued use at excessive angles. The stadiametric rangefinding reticle makes determining precise distances fast, easy, reliable and repeatable.
The Trail XP50 thermal imaging sight includes: battery pack, battery pack charging unit, USB cable, charging unit 220V/USB, remote control with encoder, Weaver rail, Hex wrench, cleaning cloth, and carrying case.