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Thermion 2 LRF XQ50 Pro
Manual
Thermion 2 LRF XQ50 Pro

Table of contents
General Settings

General Settings

  1. Press and hold the controller button (6) to enter the main menu.
  2. Rotate the controller ring (6) to select the General settings  menu item.
  3. Press the controller button (6) briefly to enter the submenu.
  4. Rotate the controller ring (6) to select the desired menu item.

This menu item allows you to configure the following settings:


Language

Language selection:

  1. Press the controller button (6) briefly to enter the Language submenu.
  2. Rotate the controller ring (6) to select one of the available interface languages: English, German, Spanish, French, Russian, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, Polish, Czech, Hungarian.
  3. Confirm your selection with a short press of the controller button (6).
  4. Press and hold the controller button (6) to save your selection and exit from the submenu.

Date

Date Setting:

  1. Press the controller button (6) briefly to enter the Date  submenu. The date is displayed in dd/mm/yyyy format.
  2. Rotate the controller ring (6) to select the desired year, month and date. Press the controller button (6) briefly to switch between digits.
  3. Press and hold the controller button (6) to save your selected date and exit from the submenu.

Time

Time Setting:

  1. Press the controller button (6) briefly to enter the Time  submenu.
  2. Rotate the controller ring (6) to select the time format - 24 or AM/PM.
  3. Press the controller button (6) to proceed to the hour setting.
  4. Rotate the controller ring (6) to select the hour value.
  5. Press the controller button (6) to proceed to the minute setting.
  6. Rotate the controller ring (6) to select the minutes value.
  7. Press and hold the controller button (6) to save your selected time and exit from the submenu.

Units of Measure

Units of measurement selection:

  1. Press the controller button (6) briefly to enter the Units of Measure submenu.
  2. Rotate the controller ring (6) to select the unit of measurement - meters or yards, press the controller button (6).
  3. Return to submenu will happen automatically.

Video Compression

When set to ON, standard video compression is applied so the video file size is reduced.

When set to OFF, minimal video compression is applied. In this case, the quality of the recorded video is better, but its size is significantly increased.

Warning! Larger video file sizes result in shorter recording times. This may lead to longer download times for video files through the Stream Vision 2 app.

 

Enable/disable video compression:

  1. Rotate the controller ring (6) to select the Video Compression  menu item.
  2. To turn on video compression, briefly press the controller button (6)
  3. To turn off video compression, briefly press the controller button (6)

Defective Pixel Repair

When using the device, defective (dead) pixels may appear on the microbolometer. These are bright or dark points of a constant brightness that are visible on the image.

Defective pixels on the microbolometer can increase in size relative to the digital-zoom power.

The Thermion 2 LRF XQ Pro thermal riflescope allows the user to remove any defective pixels on the display, as well as cancel removal, via the device’s firmware.

Step 1. Enter the menu to fix the defective pixels
  1. Rotate the controller ring (6) to select the Defective Pixel Repair  menu item.
  2. Press the controller button (6) to open the submenu.
  3. Press the controller button (6) briefly to select the icon .
Step 2. Select the defective pixel
  1. A marker  will appear on the left side of the display. A “magnifying glass” will appear on the right side of the display — a rectangle with an enlarged view of the marker for precise pixel selection — and marker coordinates under the “magnifying glass” .
  2. Rotate the controller ring (6) to move the marker to align its center with the defective pixel.
  3. Press the controller button (6) shortly to switch the marker direction from the horizontal to the vertical and vice versa.
  4. Rotate the controller ring (6) to align the defective pixel with the fixed cross in the frame – the pixel should disappear.
Step 3. Remove the defective pixel
  1. Delete the defective pixel with a short press of the ON/OFF (13) button.
  2. Where the pixel has been successfully deleted, the OK message will appear on the screen for a short time.
  3. Then, by moving the marker across the display, you can delete the next defective pixel.
  4. Press and hold the controller button (6) to exit the Defective Pixel Repair function.

 

Restore Default Pixel Map

This option allows the user to return all previously disabled defective pixels to their original state.

  1. Rotate the controller ring (6) to select the Defective Pixel Repair  menu item.
  2. Press the controller button (6) to open the submenu.
  3. Rotate the controller ring (6) to select the Restore Default Pixel Map  icon.
  4. Activate the function by briefly pressing the controller button (6).
  5. Rotate the controller ring (6) to select Yes if you want to return to the factory pixel map or select No if you do not.
  6. Confirm your selection with a short press of the controller button (6).

Attention! One or two pixels on the display of the device in the form of bright white, black or colored (blue, red or green) points may appear. These points cannot be removed and are not a defect.


Default Settings

  1. Press the controller button (6) briefly to enter the Default Settings submenu.
  2. Rotate the controller ring (6) to select “Yes” to restore default settings or “No” to cancel the action.
  3. Confirm your selection with a short press of the controller button (6).
  • If “Yes” is selected, display will show “Do you want to restore default settings?” with “Yes” and “No” dialogue options. Select “Yes” to restore default settings.

  • If “No” option is selected: the action will be aborted and you will return to the submenu.

The following settings will be returned to their defaults:

  • Video Recorder Mode – Video
  • Amplification Level – Normal
  • Smoothing Filter – Off
  • User Mode - Off
  • Calibration Mode – automatic
  • Interface Language – English
  • Wi-Fi – Off (default password)
  • Magnification – initial value
  • PiP – Off
  • Color Mode – White hot
  • Units of Measurement – metric
  • Side Incline – On
  • Zeroing Profile – A
  • Reticle selection from the riflescope’s memory – 1
  • Video Compression – Off
  • Wi-Fi Band – 5 GHz

Attention! After restoring default settings, the date, time and user pixel map as well as the zeroing profiles data entered by the user are saved.


Format

This menu option allows you to format the device's memory card. All files will be deleted.

Formatting should be carried out in case of a memory card error.

Before formatting, make sure you transfer all footage to other media.

  1. Press the controller button (6) briefly to enter the Format  submenu.
  2. Rotate the controller ring (6) to select “Yes” to format the memory card, or “No” to return to the submenu.
  3. Confirm your selection by pressing the controller button (6).
  • If “Yes” is selected, display will show “Do you want to format memory?” with “Yes” and “No” dialogue options. Select “Yes” to format the memory card.
  • If “No” option is selected: formatting is cancelled and return to the submenu.