Quantum XQ50 Thermal Scope

New line of thermal imagers Quantum XQ

Yukon Advanced Optics Worldwide presented its new line of thermal imagers Quantum XQ.

This line includes 3 modifications - Quantum XQ19 (lens F19/1.2), Quantum XQ38 (lens F38/1.2) и Quantum XQ50 (lens F50/1.2). New line is based on a 384 x 288 px matrix and size of the pixel is 17 micro meters.


In comparison with relevant models Quantum XD, devices of line XQ have bigger magnification, longer distance of detection and quicker start-time (device is ready for use after 2 seconds) and lesser power consumption.


Detailed information about thermal imagers Quantum XQ is available here.

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New products

thermal imaging attachments

Magnification: 4.1x
Refresh rate: 50 Hz
Range of observation: 1800 m

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