Pulsar PROTON FXQ30 384x288 Thermal Imaging Front Attachment

Model no: PL76653K
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$3,299.97
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Pulsar PROTON FXQ30 384x288 Thermal Imaging Front Attachment

Transform your daytime scope into a fully functional thermal sight!

Versatility

Proton FXQ30 works best with 1.5–4x magnification and with the PSP-adapter, you can attach it to scopes with a lens diameter between 40mm and 56mm. This means you can use Proton with most popular scopes, such as 1.5–6x42, 2–8x42, 3–9x40, 2–12x50, 3–12x56. And if you find yourself in need of a spotting scope, you can transform your front attachment into a thermal monocular in mere seconds, by simply unmounting your Proton from the daytime scope and connecting it to a Pulsar 5х30 В monocular

Mentain Zeroing

Proton FXQ30 is attached to the daytime scope with the help of the Pulsar’s PSP (Precise Screen Positioning) adapter. After mounting and adjusting the Proton for the first time, you don’t need to adjust it again. The PSP adapter allows for extremely quick mounting of Proton on and off the scope, while the precise screen positioning mechanism ensures the display with thermal image is ideally centered within the scope’s field of view.

 

Features:

  • Highly sensitive 384x288 px @ 17µ sensor with NETD <40 mK
  • Shock proof magnesium alloy body with waterproof rating of IPX7 and recoil rated up to .375 H&H, 12-Gauge and 9.3x64
  • Integrated photo and video recorder with 16 GB internal memory
  • HD AMOLED display
  • 8 color pallets
  • WiFi. Integration with iOS and Android devices

Pulsar PROTON FXQ30 384x288 Thermal Imaging Front Attachment description

Pulsar PROTON FXQ30 384x288 Thermal Imaging Front Attachment

Transform your daytime scope into a fully functional thermal sight!

Versatility

Pulsar Proton FXQ30 works best with 1.5–4x magnification and with the PSP-adapter, you can attach it to scopes with a lens diameter between 40mm and 56mm. This means you can use Proton with most popular scopes, such as 1.5–6x42, 2–8x42, 3–9x40, 2–12x50, 3–12x56. And if you find yourself in need of a spotting scope, you can transform your front attachment into a thermal monocular in mere seconds, by simply unmounting your Proton from the daytime scope and connecting it to a Pulsar 5х30 В monocular

Mentain Zeroing

Pulsar Proton FXQ30 is attached to the daytime scope with the help of the Pulsar’s PSP (Precise Screen Positioning) adapter. After mounting and adjusting the Proton for the first time, you don’t need to adjust it again. The PSP adapter allows for extremely quick mounting of Proton on and off the scope, while the precise screen positioning mechanism ensures the display with thermal image is ideally centered within the scope’s field of view.

 

Features:

  • Highly sensitive 384x288 px @ 17µ sensor with NETD <40 mK
  • Shock proof magnesium alloy body with waterproof rating of IPX7 and recoil rated up to .375 H&H, 12-Gauge and 9.3x64
  • Integrated photo and video recorder with 16 GB internal memory
  • HD AMOLED display
  • 8 color pallets
  • WiFi. Integration with iOS and Android devices

Technical Specifications

Type of Microbolometer Uncooled Microbolometer
Frame Rate, Hz 50
Microbolometer resolution, pixels 384x288
Pixel Pitch, µm 17
NETD, mK <40
Spectral Sensitivity, µm 14-Aug
Display type AMOLED
Display Resolution, pix. 1024x768
Built-In Video Recorder Availability yes
Built-In Memory, Gb 16
Format of video clip mpeg (h.264)
Resolution of video clip 864х646
Format of photo files jpeg
Resolution of photo files 864х646
Video IN / OUT availability no
Type & max capacity of memory card >100k
Approximate capacity of memory card, minutes / Gb 650
USB, type USB Type-C
The operation modes yes
Defective pixel repair option yes
Start-up time, s 5
Optical characteristics  
Magnification of the monocular, x 5
- when used with a daylight optical device 1
Digital zoom, x -
Recommended magnification of daylight optics, x 1.5-4
Lens diameter, mm 28
Lens focus, mm 30
Relative aperture, D/f' 1/1,2
Field of View,°, horizontal * vertical 12.4
Field of View, m@100m, horizontal 21.8
Minimum focusing distance, m 15
Eye Relief of the monocular, mm -
Exit Pupil of the monocular, mm -
Diopter adjustment of the monocular, dptr. -
Focusing type of distance Fixed
Range of Detection, m  
Range of detection, m (object = 1,7*0,5m) 900
Power Supply  
Power Supply 4,3-3,0
Battery type Li-Ion 21700
Battery Life, hour 6
External Power Supply 5V (USB Type-C)
Physical & operational characteristics  
Lens Material Chalcogenide
Body Material Magnesium alloy
Operating Temp,°С -0.5
Level of Protection (acc. to IEC 60529) IPX7
Waterproofness, yes/no Yes
Calibration Auto, Semi-auto, manual
Shockresistance on rifled weapon, J 6000
Shockresistance on the shotgun (calibres) 12
Mounting options Weaver/adapter 42, 50, 56 mm
Remote control no
Length, mm 119
Width, mm 58
Height, mm 75
Weight (without batteries), kg 0.35

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