Quantum Light XQ2 Thermal Monocular
£2,250.00 Inc VAT!
- Product Code: QUANTUM LIGHT XQ2
- Availability: In Stock
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- Delivery just £6 or FREE for orders over £100
The Quantum Light has all the features found on the previous Quantum XQ Series but has a new objective lens. The Quantum Light now offers unparalleled performance at its price point.
Operating at a frame rate of 50Hz and using a 384x288 17µm thermal sensor, the Quantum Light produces a smooth, detailed image.
Power can be provided by either four AA batteries, the Pulsar DNV Battery Pack (PU-79167) or one of Pulsars external power sources - the EPS3i (PU-79113) or EPS5 (PU-79112).
Quantum Light XQ23V
- Frame Rate: 50Hz
- Magnification: 1.8x7.2x
- Horizontal Field of View: 16.5°
- Detection Range: 800m
- Thermal Sensor:384x288 17µm
Quantum Light XQ30V
- Frame Rate: 50Hz
- Magnification: 2.5-10.0x
- Horizontal Field of View: 12.4°
- Detection Range: 900m
- Thermal Sensor: 384x288 17µm
In brief the Quantum Light Series Features:
- High Frame Rate
- Stadia metric Rangefinder
- Wide Temperature Range
- Display-off Mode
- Long Detection Range
- 7 Colour Palettes
- Two Second Start-Up Time
- Three Calibration Modes
- Three Operating Modes
- Video Out Port
- Weaver Accessory Rail
- Power Saving Modes
- Frost-Resistant AMOLED display
High Frame Rate
At a high refresh rate of 50Hz, the Trail series provides comfortable viewing throughout dynamic, rapid motion.
Stadia metric Rangefinder
Based on estimated heights of observed objects, the stadiametric rangefinding reticle makes determining precise distances fast, easy, reliable and repeatable.
Wide Temperature Range
With a frost-resistant AMOLED display, the Trail thermal imaging sight is designed to deliver flawless performance at an extreme temperature of -25° to +50°C
During short periods of inactivity and better concealment, Display Off powers down the display without interrupting other operating functions. Using Display Off means a much faster restart time when you need it most.
Long Detection Range
Depending on model, Trail thermal sights detect big-game-size heat signatures up to 1800 meters away