FLIR Scout III 640
vs
Pulsar Helion 2 XP50

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Optics
Lens 35 mm 50 mm
F-ratio n/a 1.2
Diopter adjustment n/a n/a
Eye relief distance n/a 15 mm
Exit pupil diameter n/a n/a
Rear Aperture n/a n/a
Optical zoom 1 x 2.5 x
Digital zoom 4 x 8 x
FOV : Hor 18 ° 12.4 °
FOV : Ver 14 ° 9.3 °
Focus range n/a n/a
Thermal details
Thermal type Uncooled Uncooled
Sensor resolution : Hor 640 pixels 640 pixels
Sensor resolution : Ver 512 pixels 480 pixels
Pixel pitch n/a 17 µm
Sensitivity n/a 40 mK
Spectral range : Min n/a n/a
Spectral range : Max n/a n/a
Display resolution : Hor 640 pixels 640 pixels
Display resolution : Ver 480 pixels 480 pixels
Refresh rate 30 Hz 50 Hz
Image polarity Black Hot, White Hot, InstAlert™ and Graded Fire n/a
Output screen color Full color Full color
Video formats n/a n/a
Startup time 1 seconds n/a
Other
Package contents USB Power Adapter/Charger,Wrist strap, Custom Video out cable (320 & 640 version), USB Cable, Quick Start Guide, Molle bag n/a
Additional details n/a n/a
Size & weight
Dimensions : Length 170 mm 234 mm
Dimensions : Width 59 mm 55 mm
Dimensions : Height 62 mm 58 mm
Weight 340 g 500 g
Battery
Type Internal Li-Ion Li-Ion Battery Pack IPS7
Number of batteries 1 1
Battery life 5 hours 10 hours
Replaceable
Appliances
Surveillance
Hunting
Law enforcement
Search & rescue
Military
Fire fighting
Thermography
Durability
Dustproof
Shockproof
Waterproof
Submersible
Operating temperature : Minimum -20 °C -25 °C
Operating temperature : Maximum 50 °C 50 °C
Storage temperature : Minimum -40 °C n/a
Storage temperature : Maximum 60 °C n/a
Environmental rating IP-67 IPX7

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