Pulsar Proton FXQ

Ultra-compact thermal imaging front attachment that converts your riflescope to thermal and can be used as a spotting device


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Offer ends 31 December 2022 while stocks last.

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The versatile Pulsar Proton

The European made Pulsar Proton FXQ thermal imaging monocular can be fitted to the front of your rilfescope and used as a hand-held spotter. It is so small and light that it can easily be carried in your pocket until needed, or worn around your neck with a lanyard when in use.

The image is formed with precision ground Germanium optics and a Lynred <40mK 384×288-17µ sensor that is presented on a HD AMOLED viewfinder for an exceptionally crisp looking image.

In New Zealand, we supply the Pulsar Proton FXQ with a 5x monocular eyepiece and a PSP (Precision Screen Positioning) adapter ring set to enable easy mounting to the front of a daylight  riflescope, thus converting your scope into a thermal imaging scope. The monocular eyepiece turns the Proton is a very capable thermal imaging spotting device when fitted with the monocular, which can then be rapidly removed so that the Krypton can be attached to the riflescope.

When purchasing the Proton for use as a riflescope front attachment, a choice of three adapter sizes are available to match your riflescope’s objective lens size.

Due to the terms of our international license ‘Dual-use’ and must not be exported outside of New Zealand.

Watch this Krypton PSP mounting video for information on mounting the Proton.


StreamVision integration with IOS/Android and firmware update

Built in Wi-Fi module provides connectivity of thermal imager with Android or iOS smartphones or tablets. The smartphone and thermal imager combination offers a set of unique features such as direct image streaming, downloading and sharing recorded files, firmware update and many other.

For more information:

Pulsar Proton

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