Highly Sensitive Thermal Sensor
The Axion 2 LRF XG35 features a highly sensitive 640×480, 12 µm, NETD <40mK thermal sensor, combined with a 50Hz refresh rate and a powerful objective lens, to provide an impressive 1750m detection range of a standard 1.8m object in total darkness, withstanding even the most difficult, adverse weather conditions, such as fog, rain, and high levels of humidity.
Fast Aperture 35mm f1.0 Lens
The focusable fast aperture germanium 35mm f1.0 lens uses high infrared transmission in the LWIR range; and, due to the precision with which the optical elements within the lens have been manufactured, the Axion 2 LRF XG35 presents a level of image detail that is consistently clear and well distinguished.
Offers 8x digital zoom with a base magnification of 2.5x -20x for better object recognition at considerable distances. This zoom can change either by x2 steps, or in continuous motion to optimise the generous 12.5°х9.4° field of view.
Built-In Precision Laser Rangefinder
The built-in precision laser rangefinder offers a range of up to 1000m, allowing for accurate measurements of distances in single steps or continuous scanning modes, with an accuracy of ± 1m, enabling quick and accurate, error-free assessments within the observation area.
A high contrast VGA-resolution AMOLED display — which features enhanced colour rendering — provides a clear and smooth picture whilst on-the-move.
Picture in Picture (PiP) Mode
Picture in Picture (PiP) mode allows the user to display a zoomed in zeroing frame at the top of the display, in which the observation area can be magnified by x2 or x4, whilst retaining complete visual control over the field of view.
Enhanced Image Processing
Pulsar’s enhanced image processing algorithms provide high quality rendering of both observed objects and backgrounds. Three available levels of signal amplification, combined with a connected smoothing filter and fine brightness and contrast adjustments, provide the user with greater opportunities in terms of long-range detection under a variety of different weather and temperature conditions.
Three calibration modes are available (Manual, Semi-Automatic, and Automatic), equalising the microbolometer temperature background — eliminating defects and ensuring a consistent image quality.
8 Colour Palettes
A choice of eight colour palettes provides the user with the ability more effectively observe their field of view, optimising the Axion 2 LRF XG35 for specific tasks and allowing it to react to changing observation conditions.
For object detection, use White Hot, Black Hot, and Red Hot; Rainbow and Ultramarine are most effective for object recognition and identification; and Red Monochrome, Sepia, and Violet are best for long periods of observation in total darkness.
Up to 7 Hours Battery Life
The Axion 2 LRF XG35 uses an APS5 rechargeable battery, which offers up to 7 hours of battery life on just a single charge (depending on temperature).
Removing and replacing the battery is achieved easily in mere seconds thanks to the intuitive design, and recharging is as simple as placing the battery into its charging dock or plugging directly into a PC/household power system via a USB-C cable.
Display Off Mode & Instant Start-Up
Display Off mode will temporarily reduce screen brightness to an absolute minimum, effectively powering off the screen whilst all other systems within the device remain operational, saving battery in those moments where the device is not in use but may be needed quickly. Restarting the device with instant-start-up is as quick and easy as powering the display back on and takes only three seconds to become fully operational again.
Magnesium Alloy Housing
Despite its compact size, the Axion 2 LRF XG35 has been designed with constant and hard use in mind. The magnesium alloy housing, though extremely light, is also incredibly strong — reliably protecting the internal components from shocks, drops, moisture, heat, or cold. This housing also acts as a heat sink, removing heat generated by the internal electronics, minimising image noise, and increasing operational consistency over long periods of observation.
The IPX7 waterproof rating means that this thermal imaging monocular will work in heavy rain, high humidity, and will even withstand immersion in water to a depth of 1m for up to 30 minutes.
Designed for use within a wide variety of temperatures and environments, operating without issue in extreme temperatures, from -25 to +50°C.
Built-In Video & Still Image Recorder
Capture once-in-a-lifetime moments with built-in video and still image recording capabilities with audio. The Axion 2 LRF XG35’s 16GB of internal memory is capable of storing hours of videos and tens of thousands of still images at just the touch of a button.
Footage is easily copied onto a computer using a USB-C cable, or, with the built-in Wi-Fi module and Stream Vision 2 connectivity, the user can easily view and share memorable moments straight from the cloud.
Built-In Wi-Fi Module
The Axion 2 LRF XG35 will also compliment the standard smartphone 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi frequency range with an effective 5 GHz connection range, vastly improving the bandwidth and connection stability, as well as providing a faster rate of data transfer and noise immunity, all for more a more reliable communication between thermal imager and smartphone.
Stream Vision 2
Connecting the Stream Vision 2 mobile app will provide a variety of intuitive features and functionalities, including the ability to use your mobile phone or tablet as a second screen, remote control of digital functions, viewing and sharing videos and still images, remotely installing all the latest firmware updates, and much more. What’s more, users will receive a generous 16GB of free cloud storage in which to keep their video recordings and still images. The app is available for Apple and Android devices on the Apple AppStore and the Google Play Store respectively.
Taking Thermal & Night Vision Outside of the UK.
Thermal imaging and night vision products are strictly controlled by ITAR regulations and are subject to UK Government Export Licensing Regulations. Dependent on specification, a licence may need to be obtained prior to the export, even temporarily (e.g. holiday), from the UK.
Additionally, some countries may be embargoed, and no thermal imagers or night vision devices can be taken or exported to them. It is the responsibility of the exporter, whether it be a company or individual, to ensure that such a licence is obtained.
Failure to comply is a criminal offence.