The lightweight, handheld Pulsar Axiom XM30S thermal monocular helps you own the night.
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If we can learn anything from elite military operators, its this: having the best gear enables you to own the night. Throughout operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, U.S. troops operated with near impunity at times, owning a serious tactical advantage. With the new Axiom XM30S thermal monocular, you can employ a bit of that advantage at home as well.

Pulsar Axiom XM30S Thermal Monocular

The XM30S fits easily into a hand or pocket. Featuring a 1024×768 AMOLED display, it utilizes 4.5x18X magnification. It employs 320×240 sensor resolution. Meanwhile, it features 1,400-yard detection range with a 4X digital zoom. It comes with a lightweight, rugged magnesium housing to protect the unit.

Additionally, the XM30S features video and photo recording. It also delivers Stream Vision app capability and Picture-in-Picture zoom.

The Axiom weighs in a 8.8 ounces overall. It delivers four hours of run time on a rechargeable lithium ion battery. It also comes with an external power supply adaptability. Rounding out the features, the optic features an IPX7-waterproof rating and includes multiple color viewing modes.

Pulsar Axiom XM30S Features

  • 320×240 enhanced thermal sensor
  • 1024×768 AMOLED display
  • 4.5x-18x base magnification
  • Built-in video recording
  • 16 GB memory
  • 4+ hours of battery life
  • Magnesium alloy housing

For more information, visit pulsarnv.com.

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