Pulsar Trionyx T3i Multispectral Binoculars – Fusion Night Vision

Eric B
by Eric B
Pulsar Trionyx: Observation can be conducted in three modes – thermal imaging, digital night vision and with the multispectral overlay shown here with the two modes combined.

Earlier this year Pulsar sent us a really interesting new toy, and it has now been made official. Pulsar calls it a new generation of multispectral binoculars, named Trionyx T3/T3i. With these magic binoculars, you get a combination of thermal, digital night vision and overlay fusion imaging. The Trionyx T3/T3i models are designed for hunting, search and rescue, personal security, and outdoor recreation.

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According to Pulsar, the thermal sensor offers a detection range of up to 1000 yards and the Digital Recognition performance is up to 350 yards.

Here is the release in Pulsar’s own words:

(MANSFIELD, TEXAS) – Pulsar is proud to reveal its latest high-tech innovation – the Trionyx Multispectral Binoculars. These binoculars combine imaging technologies in a single unit to provide users with a seamless transition between thermal and digital night vision.

The Trionyx is ideal for law enforcement, with its thermal sensor able to quickly detect a suspect fleeing or hiding, and the digital night vision able to provide clear identification. Hunters can use the Trionyx thermal sensor to locate an animal, and then switch to digital to confirm the target before firing.

Combining the scanning range of a fixed-focus 384×288 thermal sensor—over 1,000 yards—with the target-identification capability of focusable digital night vision, very little can escape the Trionyx’s detection. With the included IR Illuminator, Trionyx Binoculars are the complete package.

Beyond the Trionyx’s multispectral capabilities, it is loaded with stunning technological features. Utilizing the built-in video recording, 16GB of memory and Wi-Fi connectivity, users can capture and save all their exciting memories. Robust and hardy from inception, Trionyx Binoculars have a 6-hour battery with the Pulsar TPS7 Li-Ion and IPX7 waterproof rating.

Key Features:

  • Multi-channel thermal/digital/fusion overlay imaging modes
  • 384×288 thermal resolution sensor
  • 1280×720 AMOLED display
  • 1280×720 CMOS Sensor
  • 1000yd Thermal Detection Range
  • 450yd Digital NV Detection Range
  • Focusable Digital NV for Positive Target Identification
  • Built-in 850nm IR Illuminator
  • Built-in Recording & Wi-fi capability
  • IPX7 Waterproof Rating
  • Functions after being submerged in 1 meter of water for 30 minutes
  • Shockproof Glass-Nylon Composite Body

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Since the Trionyx also has a built-in photo and video recorder, we can already now provide you with some videos we recorded during the summer.

Here’s a video to demonstrate the different modes. It was pitch black outside at the time of recording, with some light fog.

Below: The T3i Trionyx (left) possesses two optic channels: thermal imaging and digital night vision, as well as an IR illuminator. To the right, you have the Accolade 2 XP50 Pro which has thermal combined with a laser rangefinder.

Author’s photo comparing the Pulsar Trionyx (right) vs. Pulsar Accolade 2.

Note: The Trionyx models are exclusive to the US market. The MSRP is $3,299.96 and they should be available at Pulsar dealers about now.

Pulsar’s website: www.pulsarnv.com.

Have you ever seen fusion before? Let us know what you think about the Trionyx in the comments below.

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Eric B
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 6x6 Bug Out Vehicle, always with a big smile.

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  • PDWSmith PDWSmith on Sep 16, 2021

    16GB of memory

    The capacity of a $3.99 thumb drive for

    MSRP is $3,299.96

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    • PDWSmith PDWSmith on Sep 20, 2021

      @EB Sports cars don't compete on air conditioning performance either; some supercars omit it entirely, but one of those Amazon "computer fan blowing over a sponge" ACs would be an immediate garbage-tier red flag to anyone who knows anything about AC.

      In like manner, except for some devices (like smartwatches) that require extreme microminiaturization, 16GB of total memory is way off the shallow end for a quality electronic device in 2021 - positively shocking in this price range - and makes me question WTF Pulsar was thinking when they could literally quadruple performance in that area for another $6.

  • Chevtec Group Chevtec Group on Sep 16, 2021

    I'd be more interested if it matched the accolade2s higher resolution core...

    • EB EB on Sep 17, 2021

      @Chevtec Group Yes. there's quite a difference. But the Acc 2 doesn't have IR/NV. But it has LRF.

      The Acc 2 Pro is a BEAST!