Pulsar Helion XP38 Thermal Monocular Review

A thermal imaging monocular is a handy tool that helps you view the targets and makes your hunting interesting. It is a handheld device so you can carry this easily wherever you go for hunting.

Pulsar produces the best quality thermal monoculars at a reasonable price. Moreover, pulsar produces two models in the helion series; they are XP38 and XP50. Both the monoculars have most of the similar features, but it differs some of the features.

The Pulsar Helion series is packed with a lot of functionality to provide you a better experience while hunting. We’ve already reviewed the Pulsar Helion XP50 in our previous review. In this review, we will review the Pulsar Helion XP38 thermal monocular.

Pulsar Helion XP38 Thermal Monocular Review

Pulsar Helion XP38 is one of the best quality thermal monoculars with advanced thermal technology. It contains 640 x 480 thermal resolution to produce quality images, and it helps to view the targets at long distances. XP38 monoculars come with the 1500 meters detection range, which is higher than the XP50 monocular.

Specifications

  • Thermal Resolution: 640 x 480
  • Refresh Rate: 50 Hz
  • Magnification: 1.9x to 15.2x
  • Detection Range: 1500 yards
  • Dimensions: 8.9 x 2.2 x 2.3 inches
  • Weight: 15.9 Oz
  • Battery Life: 8 hours

It allows you to see through the complete darkness and bad weather. It also detects the body heat of the animals and humans with high-end technology. The monoculars are designed for both night and daylight, and you can able to use in inclement weather conditions. The Helion XP38 thermal monoculars are more effective to use in low temperatures.

Features

Thermal Resolution

The Helion XP38 monocular comes with the 640×480 resolution micro-bolometer sensor that provides high-level details in your thermal images. It contains the 1.9x – 15.2x magnification and digital zoom so that you can view the objects easily even in the long distances. XP38 monocular comes with the IPX7 waterproof, dustproof, and fog proof that ensures its performance at different atmospheres.

It comes with the display off mode, which automatically off your display during the short period of inactivity without interrupting the other functions. The display off mode enhances the speed of the monocular so that it will work faster when you need it.

Picture-in-Picture mode

Picture-in-picture mode provides you a narrow and wide field of view, and the zoomed-in and zoomed-out images of the objects are displayed simultaneously at the same time. No other brands can provide this type of innovative image enhancement in a thermal imaging monocular.

Stadiametric Rangefinder

The Helion XP38 monocular contains the stadiametric rangefinder that helps you to find the height and distance of the objects in the field. Based on the height of the object, the stadiametric rangefinding reticle finds the accurate distances easily. In this mode, two lines appear on display to measure the height of the object, and you can adjust it based on your needs.

User-friendly Interface

The XP38 thermal monocular is designed with a user-friendly interface that provides quick and easy operation. It has the most friendly interfaces such as easy to read, date, icon-driven, and an alpha-numeric status bar at the bottom of the display. The internal menu items and options are displayed on the contrasting gradient substrate so that you can view the object without losing the sight.

Built-in Video Recording

The Pulsar Helion XP38 thermal monocular comes with the built-=in video recording that allows you to capture images and record videos by pressing the single button. Therefore, you can record your hunting with high-quality using the XP38 monocular. The captured imaged and recorded videos are stored in the internal memory, and you can transfer to your mobile phone or laptop via the USB cable.

Temperature and Detection Ranges

The XP38 thermal monocular contains the frost-resistant OLED display that allows it to use in low temperatures. But the image has the same quality of the high temperatures. The Helion XP thermal monocular can detect up to 1500 yards using the heat signatures. Moreover, this monocular produces the high-detailed images with the 50 Hz image frequency rate.

Mobile-friendly 

The highlight of this Helion XP38 is the ability to connect with your Android or iOS devices through Wi-Fi. It contains the free mobile application Stream vision that connects your devices with the monocular. The Stream Vision app enables you to get the video footage in real time. Moreover, you can operate and control the monocular using this app, and you can stream the captured video on YouTube.

Battery Power

Helion XP38 comes with a progressive autonomous B-pack power supply that consists of a quick removable and rechargeable battery. The battery provides you the 8 hours of continuous operation on maximum mode.

Things Included

  • Helion Monocular
  • USB Cable
  • Battery Pack
  • Battery Charger
  • Soft Case
  • Lens Cloth
  • Manual

Special Features

  • IPX7 Waterproof, dustproof and fogproof
  • Updatable Stream Vision Software
  • QD Lens
  • 8 Color Palettes
  • Wireless Control
  • Built-in Accelerometer

Final Words

A best thermal monocular can provide you the high-quality and detailed images of the objects and also determines the quality of your operation. The thermal monoculars can be used for hunters, enforcement professionals, rescue team members, and other outdoor enthusiasts. We recommend you the Pulsar Helion XP38 is one of the best thermal monoculars in the market. We hope this will provide you the better performance and make you happy.

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