The Krypron 2 thermal imager is a combination of a compact thermal imaging module and a Pulsar 3x20B quick-release monocular, that can be used as an eyepiece. With one sweep the hunter gets a three times magnification spotting scope for natural daytime observation and a thermal imaging unit compatible with monocular type daytime optical devices. The Krypron 2 thermal imaging module docks with daytime optics using a special PSP-B adaptor, converting the day optic into a thermal imaging device. A quick-release adaptor means that the Krypton 2 can be removed from, and re-installed to, a daytime spotting scope or binocular in seconds, while the precise positioning mechanism allows for the central alignment of the thermal image within the daytime optics field of view.
A rugged, lightweight magnesium alloy housing has high structural strength, protecting the Krypton 2 from shock and vibration loads, it is resistant to external mechanical, temperature and climatic effects. The magnesium alloy housing effectively removes and dissipates heat from the electronic components of the thermal imager, increasing the operational stability of the device.
Quick-change rechargeable Li-Ion battery pack IPS7 provides enough power for up to 11 hours of non-stop operation. On one battery pack the unit can run the whole night without the need to be replaced. Quick-release and wireless design, long operating time are the major highlights of this power system.
When hunting, every extra gram of equipment counts. Krypton 2 is easy and comfortable to use. With its short length, light-weight design and uniform weight distribution, the Krypton 2 has minimal impact on the balance when mounted on the lens of an optical riflescope or spotting scope, while the Krypton 2 controls are easy to reach.
Built-in Wi-Fi connects the Krypton 2 to Android and iOS smartphones via the Stream Vision 2 mobile application. This opens up a wide range of options including wireless device software updates, real-time image transmission from the device to the smartphone screen, publication on social media of photo and video content captured by the device or transfer to messengers, remote control of digital device functions and access to the latest news from Pulsar. Moreover, registered users receive 16 GB of cloud storage for photos and videos recorded with the device.
The thermal imaging attachment is mounted on the adapter using a four-point bayonet. The bayonet coupling is highly reliable and quick and easy to attach. The attachment is removed from one adapter and installed on another with no need for special tools, allowing you to quickly and easily turn various daytime optics in the hunter's arsenal into thermal imaging optics. The precise screen positioning mechanism enables the perfect alignment of the thermal or night vision image in the field of view of daylight optics for maximum viewing comfort.
The new FHD full-colour AMOLED display is characterized by high contrast, a wide dynamic range and energy savings. The fast response time ensures a clear and smooth image when observing in motion or in freezing conditions.
A new feature for Pulsar thermal imaging attachments is the graphical user interface adaptation. The device menu and status bar positions are scaled by the user to a comfortable view when changing the magnification of the day riflescope in order to see the current information about the attachment status and operate with the menu in a significant range of magnifications.
The Krypton 2 has a built-in video recorder. The internal memory of Krypton 2 can store hours of video and tens of thousands of photos. One touch of a button is enough to take a photo of an interesting scene or start recording video.
The Pulsar BT wireless Bluetooth remote control completely duplicates the regular buttons. The remote control is characterized by excellent ergonomics − the buttons activate the most requested functions, while the device parameters of fine adjustment and menu navigation are provided by rotating or pressing the encoder. The design, size and positioning of the buttons and encoder are customized for use with both bare hands and gloved hands.
A choice of 8 colour palettes lets the user observe their field of view more effectively, allowing them to optimise the unit for specific tasks as well as react to changing observation conditions. White Hot, Black Hot and Red Hot are optimal for object detection, Rainbow and Ultramarine help increase chances for recognition & identification. Red Monochrome, Sepia and Violet are most suitable for long observation in the night.
Germanium F50/1.0 and F35/1.0 lenses feature high infrared transmission in the LWIR range. Due to the high precision manufacturing of the optical elements of the lens, the image generated by the Krypton 2 thermal attachments’ sensors is distinguished for its clarity and detailing.
In Krypton 2 thermal imagers, the standard smartphone connection frequency range via a 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi channel is complemented with an effective 5 GHz range. The 5 GHz connection offers better bandwidth, a faster data transfer rate, noise immunity and improved connection stability, resulting in more productive and easier operation of the thermal imager with a smartphone.
IPX7 waterproof-rated for protection from heavy rainfall, snow or other precipitation. The unit is designed to run flawlessly, even after submersion in up to 1 meter of water for up to 30 minutes.
Housing, power unit, optics and electronics of Krypton 2 are designed with regard to applications in wide range of temperatures. Krypton ensures reliable and effective performance in freezing cold up to -25°C.
Interchangeable standard power supplies for Trail / Helion / Accolade / Digisight Ultra / Forward / Krypton / Lexion.
The PSP-V adapter is designed to mount Proton and Krypton FXG50 thermal imaging attachments on optical riflescope lenses on hunting and sporting weapons with Weaver/Picatinny rails, including those based on MSR (modern sporting rifles) / AR‒15 platforms.
Quick-release adapters for mounting Proton and Krypton thermal imaging attachments on the lenses of daytime optical devices.
The Pulsar 3x20 B monocular converts the Krypton thermal imaging front attachment into an observation device with 3x magnification. It can be easily connected with the thermal attachment by means of bayonet connector.
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