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Pulsar Trail XP50 product image
Type: Weapon sight
Resolution: 640 x 480 pixels
Brand: Pulsar
Series: Trail
TB-ID: NVYNA4FH

Pulsar Trail XP50

The TRAIL XP50 is a thermal imaging weapon sight made by Pulsar and is part of the Trail series. It utilizes a 640 x 480 pixels thermal core with a refresh rate of 50Hz and features a 50mm lens, giving you a field of view of 21.8 x 16.3 degrees.

The Pulsar Trail product range includes two lines of riflescopes; the Trail XQ38/XQ50 and the Trail XP38/XP50.

Models starting with 'XQ' are based on a 384 x 288 pixel thermal imaging sensor. Top models of the 'XP' line are based on a new cutting-edge 640 x 480 thermal sensor. Both sensors have a 17µm pixel pitch and operate at 50 Hz.

Trail thermal sights can be operated in the most extreme weather conditions, e.g. heavy shower or snowfall (the units have an IPX7 rating, in accordance with IEC 60529 specifications).

Features

  • Fully waterproof IPX7
  • Long viewing range
  • Variety of reticles
  • High shock resistance
  • Stadiametric Rangefinder
  • Picture-In-Picture (PIP)
  • High Image Frequency
  • Remote control
  • Live internet streaming (Wi-Fi)
  • Video recording

Trail XP50 Specifications

Lens50 mm
F-ratio1.2
Eye relief distance50 mm
Optical zoom1.6 x
Digital zoom4 x
FOV (h/v)21.8 ° / 16.3 °
Thermal typeUncooled
Sensor resolution (h/v)640 pixels / 480 pixels
Pixel pitch17 µm
Display resolution (h/v)640 pixels / 480 pixels
Refresh rate50 Hz
Image polarityWhite hot, black hot
Output screen colorFull color
Reticle detailsVarious reticles
Dimensions (l/w/h)292 mm / 72 mm / 76 mm
Weight620 g
TypeLi-Ion Battery Pack IPS5
Number of batteries1
Battery life8 hours
Replaceable
Dustproof
Shockproof
Waterproof
Submersible
Operating temperature-20 °C / 50 °C
Environmental ratingIPX7
Surveillance
Hunting
Law enforcement
Search & rescue
Military
Fire fighting

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