Pulsar Telos LRF XL50: The First HD-class Monocular In The Market

Eric B
by Eric B
Pulsar Telos LRF XL50

Pulsar has just announced the start of sale of the Telos LRF XL50 and the Telos XL50. It’s not common for any type of product to be available on the date of the press release, but here’s a pleasant exception. If you already read our review of its little brother, the Telos LRF XP50, you know a little more about what to expect.

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Pulsar Telos LRF XL50

Apart from a new sensor, the buttons now provide haptic feedback with a small vibration. It works great day and night.

Some of the HD sensor features include sharp image quality, with a 1024×768 resolution and 12 μm pixel size. You can zoom in from 2.5x to 20x to achieve the perfect view for almost any situation. In terms of ergonomics, the non-slip, rubber-coated housing provides a secure grip. The laser rangefinder accurately measures distances up to 1000 meters – I even tried longer distances.

Here is the press release from Pulsar:

Telos LRF XL50: the first HD-class monocular in the market

Pulsar announces the start of sales of the Telos LRF XL50 and the Telos XL50, flagship models of the Telos line and the first ever HD resolution thermal imaging monocular.

Full range of HD resolution devices

The premium-quality monocular Telos LRF XL50 features the highest resolution of 1024×768 pixels European-made thermal sensor, 14° wide field of view and brilliant image quality which remains optimal even at high magnification. This ensures you can observe the smallest details of the animal and keep track of the situation while scanning wide areas.

With the recent extension of its flagship line Telos, Pulsar now covers the entire range of HD- class devices. It includes riflescopes, binoculars and monoculars.

Unconditional European quality

Telos is a shining example of how true European quality is achieved through the combined efforts of the many professionals who laid their hands on this exceptional device.

The result is an ambidextrous thermal monocular that comfortably fits in the hand, it is time resistant and equipped with the best of what thermal technology has to offer.

With premium functionality and ergonomics, it is comfortable to use with both hands. It comes equipped with a smooth zoom and focusing rings, haptic feedback feature making the device use more intuitive and a whole new battery system.

A wide selection of options

With premium design and excellent image quality Telos LRF XL50 and Telos XL50 the flagship Pulsar monocular line is now complete. It includes various size sensors: XQ, XG, XP and now also XL. Each model comes with or without the integrated laser rangefinder and is tailor-made for the different needs of the users.

Technical specifications of the Telos LRF XL50 and Telos XL50:

Telos LRF XL50Telos XL50
Sensor1024×768 pix @12 µm1024×768 pix @12 µm
LensF50 / 1.0F50 / 1.0
Magnification2.5x – 20x2.5x – 20x
Field of view14°14°
Detection range2300 m2300 m
Battery life7 h7 h
Laser rangefinderYesNo

To find out more about the Telos line please visit this link.

As a flagship model in Pulsar’s Telos line, and with HD image quality, I’m pretty sure it has a price tag that follows.

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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