New Pulsar Thermion XM30 Thermal Riflescope

    Pulsar THERMION XM30

    Pulsar USA have just released the new Pulsar Thermion XM30 Thermal Riflescope. The product is Made in Europe but intended for the U.S. market. Pulsar Thermion looks like a traditional riflescope but offers thermal performance. Check here to see what it may look like when mounted on an AR-15.

    This thermal riflescope offers 3.5-14x magnification with digital zoom and Picture-in-Picture presentation. The sensor is a 320×240 microbolometer with 12 µm pixel pitch with a 1,400 yard detection range.

    Below you can find Pulsar’s press release:

    (MANSFIELD, TEXAS) – Pulsar is proud to unveil the next iteration of the celebrated Thermion product family – the Thermion XM30 3.5-14x Thermal Riflescope (PL76524). The XM30 boasts 12 µm pixel pitch with 320×240 microbolometer sensor resolution, guaranteeing adult-sized heat signature detection up to 1,400 yards away, day or night. Whether you’re hog, predator or varmint hunting, the XM30 delivers premium imaging at an affordable price point. In keeping with Pulsar’s commitment to technological excellence, the fixed-focus Thermion XM30 features built-in recording with sound, Picture-in-Picture mode, Wi-Fi connectivity and Stream Vision app compatibility to capture, preserve and share your hunting memories. Remarkably rugged, the IP67 waterproof-rated XM30 is housed in a metal body boasting an operating temperature range of -13F to 122F and is recoil-rated up to .375 H&H. The XM30 is powered by a B-Pack Mini Li-Ion rechargeable battery with up to 5 hours of life.


    ·320×240 sensor resolution, 12­µ pixel pitch core

    ·1,400 yd detection range

    ·8x digital zoom – continuous and stepped zoom

    ·3.5-14x magnification

    ·Picture-in-Picture digital zoom

    ·Built-in recording with sound

    ·Stream Vision app connects scope to smart device

    ·External power supply adaptable

    ·5 rifle profiles with 50 zero saves

    ·13 variable electronic reticles

    ·One-shot zeroing with freeze function

    ·Color viewing modes

    ·High resolution AMOLED display

    ·Stadiametric rangefinder

    ·Rock, forest and identification viewing modes

    ·Manual, automatic and semi-automatics calibration modes

    ·Defective pixel repair feature

    About Pulsar

    Every Pulsar device is designed, manufactured and tested to ensure demanding professionals receive the most reliable, most advanced thermal and digital night vision performance the industry has to offer. The result of Pulsar’s commitment to industry-leading excellence is consistent world-class quality, precision engineering, seamless device operation and cutting-edge proprietary software. Pulsar produces an array of advanced optical devices designed for law enforcement, security, home defense and hunting applications, including thermal imaging and digital night vision monoculars and riflescopes, night vision binoculars and goggles, rangefinders, IR flashlights and related accessories.

    If you’re in need of something with a little bit more punch, then check the Pulsar Thermion XG50 (3-24×42) – BAE Thermal Sensor with 2,400 yards Detection Range also for the U.S. market. Very soon we will also present our review of the Pulsar Krypton FXG50 Thermal Clip-On.

    The price? For $2,299 it is yours and it’s available at certain dealers. What do you think of the price level?

    Here’s a direct link to the product.

    Do you prefer a traditional riflescope like the Thermion or a dedicated thermal “look”? Or a clip-on like the Krypton?

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    Eric B

    Ex-Arctic Ranger. Competitive practical shooter and hunter with a European focus. Always ready to increase my collection of modern semi-automatics, optics, thermals and suppressors. TCCC Certified. Occasionaly seen in a 6×6 Bug Out Vehicle, always with a big smile.