Pulsar Krypton 2 FXG Thermal Imaging Attachment

Advanced 640×480 / 12µ thermal clip-on for hunting and spotting game when fitted with 5x eyepiece.

Pulsar Krypton first XG series thermal

The new Pulsar Krypton FXG50 thermal imaging attachement is the first of the new Pulsar XG line of thermal imaging optics. At the heart of XG models is a NATO proven thermal sensor by BAE Systems.

The BAE Systems MicroIR 640×480 / 12µ microbolometer delivers exceptional clarity and is rugged and dependable. BAE Systems are global leaders in defence, aeronautics, marine, communications, and space applications.

The optics and electronics are housed in a super-strong, lightweight glass-filled polymer, that is IPx7 waterproof and shock-proofed for heavy recoiling rifles.

The quick-change rechargeable IPS7 battery will enable prolonged usage times, with spaer batteries readily available at modest prices.

Due to the terms of our internationally binding BIS license, military grade sensors are categorised as ‘Dual-use’ and must not be exported outside of New Zealand.

1000 yard thermal challenge accepted by Stefan Orman. Watch this highly entertaining video.

Pulsar Krypton XG

The Krypton XG is supplied with a with 5x monocular eyepiece for use as a hand-held thermal imager for hunting, security, enforcement, search and rescue.

It is also supplied with and PSP (Precision Screen Positioning) adapter ring set to enable easy mounting to the front of a daylight  riflescope. The Krtpton can be taken on and off without any significant change in point-of-impact.

When attached to your riflescope, you are able to make accurate shots at clearly defined targets. The maximum recomended riflescope magnification is 8x, though we have used even higher while still having an image that is highly useable. The magnification is controlled by the riflescope.

Features include video recording, streaming to a smartphone, multiple colour pallets, fine brightness and contrast controls, and a bluetooth remote control. Firmware via Stream Vision 2 adds new performance and functionality enhancements.


Mounting Kryton on a riflescope with a PSP adapter
Selecting the correct PSP mount size for your riflescope

Pulsar PSP ring-adapters are available in three nominal sizes that should fit most riflescopes. The correct size depends on the outside diameter of your riflescope’s objective lens bell.

• 42mm (ext ø 45.5mm – 50mm)
• 50mm (ext ø 51.6mm – 59mm)
• 56mm (ext ø 60mm – 65mm)

Watch the PSP video for more information.