New Pulsar Quantum Thermal XDS Series and new pricing on HDS series

Scott Country

Well-Known Member
Hello all

We have had lots of enquiries regarding the new Pulsar Quantum XD50S and XD38S Thermal Imagers.

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Starting at under £2000 for a 450m detection 50hz full thermal imager, up to the range topping XD50S, the new models are arriving into stock this week, and we will be the first in the UK to have these on the shelf.

New Features as well as improved performance, include

  • 50hz thermal core for super fast imaging
  • Stadiametric rangefinder
  • 2.8x Optical Mag with 2x and 4x zoom function (Up to 11x mag)
  • Six user selectable colour pallets
  • 1250m detection range (XD50S) 950m (XD38S)
Pricing of Quantum XDS Series

  • XD50S RRP £2999.95 1250m detection
  • XD38S RRP £2669.95 950m detection
  • XD19S RRP £1999.95 450m detection

With a 50hz core, full colour pallet and stadiametric rangefinder, and a price CHEAPER than the previous 2014 priced Quantum HD series, the new Quantum XDS series of thermals will set the thermal imaging market alight!

More details here and video below

Pulsar Quantum XD Series Thermal Imagers


Also as of 1st May we have new pricing on Quantum HD and Apex XD thermal imagers as below

Quantum HD50S Hand Held Thermal Was £3399.99 Now £2899
Quantum HD38S Hand Held Thermal Was £2899.99 Now £2499

Apex XD50 Thermal Imager Riflescope Was £3999.99 Now £3399
Apex XD38 Thermal Imager Riflescope Was £3399.99 Now £2899

Find out more here

Pulsar Quantum HD50 and HD38S and Apex XD50 and XD38S new pricing on thermals

All in stock for Next Day Delivery, with 3yr UK Manufacturers warranty.

Best Regards

Paul

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Scott Country

Well-Known Member
Hi Chuck, sorry i didn't see this till now, but didn't understand the question, "has the IP rating changed to HD series to be in line with the XD series"

The Quantum HD series is staying the same spec, at a lower price, so no changes to the current line up.

HD and XD series are IPX4 rated which means that water can be splashed from any direction without causing issue. So in other words you can use them both in wet weather, rain, wind etc, but do not submerge them.

Regards

Paul


 

Scott Country

Well-Known Member
Hi, XD38 are most definitely the same IP rating as the HD series.

The official tech spec document we have states as follows

Pulsar Quantum XD38S and XD50S
Level of Protection (acc. to IEC 60529) IPX4


Also their website states the same

Quantum XD50S

Regards

Paul
 
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