Yukon Advanced Optics Worldwide is looking forward to meeting you at the IWA OutdoorClassics 2023 with some game-changing developments by Pulsar intended to enhance the ever-changing needs of the hunter.
Experience our first ever upgradable thermal imaging monocular with extreme thermal sensitivity, see how we merge the best solutions that thermal and night vision have to offer through our new binoculars line, try out multispectral magic and many more enhancements to your beloved devices.
Telos: the premium line of upgradable monoculars
First our new concept – an upgradable thermal imaging monocular line – Telos by Pulsar. This starts with the Telos LRF XP50 followed by its version without the LRF as well as a number of different sensor models.
Telos is designed to be timeless. It is the first line of thermal imaging devices on the market offering the option of technical upgrades. Become a Telos owner and you will have the chance to improve your device in the future and always have a product that is relevant and cost effective.
For us Telos is synonymous with superior quality and timeless solutions. The first to represent the new line is the Telos LRF XP50 equipped with the best European-made Lynred sensor with a 640x480 pixel resolution @17 microns pixel pitch.
But the real game changer is its extreme NETD thermal sensitivity below 18 milliKelvin. These sensor qualities guarantee simply stunning thermal imaging capabilities even in the most severe weather conditions.
Merging the newest thermal and night vision innovations
If you prefer the comfort of exploring with two eyes rather than one, you must try out the extended line of Merger thermal imaging binoculars by Pulsar.
After introducing the Merger LRF XP50 at IWA 2022, this year we are back with our first ever HD thermal imaging device with a new and powerful 1024x768 pixel resolution XL sensor – the Merger LRF XL50. The classical Merger design binoculars offer superb HD image quality and detail, precise trophy identification and minute detail of the surrounding landscape.
We proudly call the new Merger LRF XL50 binoculars true all-arounders. The wide field of view for scanning and target acquisition and high image quality and detail apply across the whole range of variable magnification from 2.5x up to 20x, retaining enhanced detail, clarity, and contrast throughout the range.
Visit our stand at IWA to try out two more additions to the Merger line. A compact and lightweight binoculars version with a built-in precise laser rangefinder, the Merger LRF XQ35, features a high sensitivity 384x288 pixel resolution @17 microns and NETD below 25 milliKelvin thermal imaging sensor. In combination with the fast-aperture F35/1.0 germanium lens, it offers crisp and detailed thermal imaging and great detection capabilities.
The Merger Duo NXP50 is a pure example of an innovative solution. It combines thermal imaging detection capabilities with highly detailed trophy identification at longer distances offered by a digital night vision channel. Try out the multispectral observation mode via the Picture-in-picture function and enjoy all the ambidextrous qualities the Merger line has to offer.
Krypton 2: more compact and versatile
We look forward to introducing the greatly upgraded thermal imaging attachment line of Krypton 2. The second-generation Krypton is more compact, lightweight, and fully adapted to the hunter’s needs. It features advanced image quality in full-HD multicolour mode and a high-quality European-made Lynred thermal imaging sensor that offers exceptionally crisp, sharp, and richly contrasted thermal imaging in all weather conditions.
The flagship model Krypton 2 FXG50 features a high sensor resolution of 640x480 pixels @12 µm. In combination with the powerful fast aperture F50/1.0 thermal lens, it offers ultimate detection capabilities. A standard 1.8 m tall object can be detected at an extra-long 2300 meters distance even in complete darkness.
The more compact and lightweight Krypton 2 FXQ35 offers high sensor sensitivity with its 17 µm pixel pitch and NETD of less than 25 milliKelvin. Its sensor resolution is slightly lower – 384x288 pixels – compared with the FXG model.
Thermion Duo DXP50: modern way of hunting
You might be familiar with our first ever multispectral riflescope, the Thermion Duo DXP50. With its exceptional thermal imaging detection capabilities and the magic of full-colour daytime observation, this scope opened a new page in our brand’s history.
After trying out the Thermion Duo DXP50, you’ll see it is based on the proven solutions and components of the Pulsar flagship riflescope – the Thermion 2 XP50 Pro. Except that it comes with the turret that works as a 4k full-colour channel for daytime hunting.
With this riflescope you’ll be able to locate game and reveal its trophy qualities under any weather conditions – rain, fog or frost. Switching between the two channels is fast and simple. Just a click of a button and you can enjoy high sensitivity thermal imaging or the precision of daytime digital in eye-catching full-colour mode.
Expanded XQ line: upgraded thermal sensitivity
We invite you to take a look at the upgraded popular XQ sensor line of thermal imaging monoculars and riflescopes.
The two new monocular models, the Axion 2 LRF XQ35 Pro and the Axion 2 XQ35 Pro, feature enhanced quality thermal imaging in low temperature contrast conditions.
The new Axions are equipped with a European-made Lynred thermal imaging sensor with a 384x288 pixel resolution @ 17 microns (compared to the 12 microns in the previous generation of the Axion 2 XQ).
The new monoculars feature extended battery life and full WiFi connectivity while maintaining the premium feel of a European design and best-in-class distance measurement precision. All this at a decent price.
We also introduce the upgraded version of the Talion riflescopes line. The Talion XQ35 Pro now comes with the increased sensor sensitivity of NETD below 25 milliKelvin and the upgraded fast aperture F35/1.0 germanium lens.
Moreover, the new Talion XQ35 Pro is equipped with an additional rechargeable APS 5T battery, which gives another 9 hours of continuous hunting time.
Expanded XG line: classier options
At IWA OutdoorClassics 2023 you’ll be able to try out the extension of our XG thermal imaging scopes line – the Thermion 2 LRF XG50 and the Talion XG35, the first XG devices in Europe.
Both are excellent riflescopes in their class. If you hunt on the move and prioritize compact ergonomics, you will love the Talion XG35 with its compact design and versatility. It features a 640x480 pixel resolution @ 12 microns sensor in the compact Talion body.
However, if you are looking for a classic 30mm ring riflescope with higher base magnification and LRF for longer shot placements – the Thermion 2 LRF XG50 is the way to go. Experienced hunters will love this riflescope for its image quality, built-in laser rangefinder and limitless use.
The combination of the sensor’s 640x480 pixel resolution @ 12 microns and a 50mm fast aperture lens brings us to the main difference between this model and the Thermion 2 LRF XP50 – it’s increased base magnification of 3x together with a detection range of 2300 meters. This is the go-to riflescope for hunters aiming for smaller game at longer distances.
Come visit our stand at IWA OutdoorClassics 2023, hall 4A-100, for a first-hand experience of all the Pulsar game-changing news.