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Pulsar Trail Mk1 LRF XP50 640 - 1.6-12.8X Thermal Imaging Scope

$5,999.97
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Device Technology: Thermal Imaging
Sensor Resolution: 640x480
Optical Magnification: 1.6X
Digital Magnification: 8X
Sensor Pixel Size: 17 Micron
Sensor Frame Rate: 50hz
Objective Focal Length: 50mm
Objective F#: 1.2
Detection Range: 1800
The Trail XP50 LRF is based of the popular Trail series that night hunters have given many 5-star reviews. In addition to the standard Trail features including high resolution, shuttered NUC, on-board recording, picture in picture, one shot zero, and rechargeable batteries the XP50 LRF has a completely integrated and user friendly 1,000 yard rated laser rangefinder. Simply enable the LRF in the scope menu and with the press of a button the Trail XP50 LRF will display a readout in yards or meters. The Trail LRF has 3 user-selectable indicator shapes that replace aiming reticle upon activation.

The rangefinder is built-in to maintain precision ranging 905nm which means it's invisible to the naked eye, but easily seen by Gen3 night vision devices.

Drawing from years of user feedback, extensive product development and field testing the Trail XP50 is Pulsar's top-of-the-line thermal weapon sight. The XP50 LRF is notable for many reasons but most importantly the Trail XP50 LRF offers an industry first feature set - 640x480 sensor resolution with shuttered NUC, on-board recording, picture in picture, one shot zero, rechargeable batteries, and much much more. The Trail XP50 LRF has a long list of built-in features that are sure to impress but also work to the users advantage. This scope was designed with hunting in mind.

Built-in rangefinder
Precision shooting begins with knowing the distance to your target. The Trail LRF features an integrated laser rangefinder capable of capturing and displaying target distances accurately, within ±1 m., up to 1000 m.
Detection distance up to 1800 m
Depending on model, Trail thermal sights detect big-game-size heat signatures up to 1800 meters away


A the heart of the Trail XP series is a 640x480 uncooled microbolometer(thermal sensor) 640x480px, at 17 µm, for highly detailed imaging. The Trail's heat sink, located on the device's body, reduces heat build-up from the core and other components while also significantly reducing temperature and noise sensitivity, especially between calibrations.


Trail models include variable magnification, up to 8x depending on model, and feature both 2x step-up and smooth, graduated magnification for a truly optimum, customized field of view.

High image frequency
At a high refresh rate of 50Hz, the Trail provides comfortable viewing throughout dynamic, rapid motion.

High recoil resistance rating
The Trail features exceptionally high shock resistance, capable of handling high-powered firearm recoil, up to .375-cal., including smoothbore and airsoft.

3 Zeroing Profiles / 15 Distances

Save three individual firearm/ammunition zeroing profiles, including different reticles, at up to five distances, in the Trail’s memory. Zoom zeroing support ensures precise zeroing accuracy.

14 Electronic Reticles

Trail series features 14 reticle patterns, 2 colors(black and white) and 10 brightness settings. Each reticle is detailed with corresponding MOA values that are intended for use on 1X digital zoom.
For detailed images and descriptions please see the trail reticle catalog.

Picture-in-Picture mode
Picture-in-Picture improves accuracy by providing a magnified image of the reticle area at the top of the display. With only 1/10 of the display area reserved for PiP, the field of view remains virtually unobstructed for simultaneous PiP and FOV viewing.

Built-in video recording
Capturing still images and video is seamless with the Trail’s built-in video recorder. Image and video content is stored internally and can easily be transferred to PC/laptop via wired connection or Wi-Fi.

Mobile-friendly (iOS, Android) with remote control and live internet streaming
The highlight of the Trail is the ability to link via Wi-Fi the device with Android and iOS based mobile units using the free mobile application Stream Vision. The Stream Vision software connects the device with Android/iOS mobile unit (smartphone or tablet) which enables you to receive footage in the real time mode, to distantly operate the device with your smartphone, as well to stream online the image captured by the device to Youtube.

Built-in accelerometer / gyroscope
A built-in accelerometer/gyroscope improves accuracy by precisely identifying cant and angles greater than 5° with an arrow indicating the direction and degree of lateral tilting. Increased angles are denoted with additional arrows.Moreover, the riflescope can be set to auto shutdown when resting in a non-shooting position. Unit operation may be disabled when the vertical angle is greater than 70° or horizontal angle is greater than 30°. The accelerometer feature may be temporarily disabled for continued use at excessive angles.

Quick-change B-Pack power units
Trail includes a progressive autonomous B-Pack power supply consisting of a quick-detach, rechargeable IPS5, 5.2A-h battery pack designed to deliver over 8 hrs. of operation on maximum mode. Higher-powered IPS10 battery packs, as well as CR123A and AA battery cases, also are available and provide a perfect off-the-grid power solution.

Stadiametric rangefinder
Based on estimated heights of observed objects, the stadiametric rangefinding reticle makes determining precise distances fast, easy, reliable and repeatable.

Fully waterproof
IPX7 waterproof-rated protection ensures the Trail performs perfectly in wet weather, even during intense rain, snowfall and submersion in 3 ft. of water for up to 30 min. (IEC 60529).

Wide range of operating temperatures
With a frost-resistant AMOLED display, the Trail thermal imaging sight is designed to deliver flawless performance at an extreme temperature range of -25° ... +50°С.

Fully-functional wireless control
The ergonomic, wireless remote control, with encoder wheel, puts the full range of the Trail’s capabilities at your fingertips for comfortable, convenient, hands-off operation.

Display-off mode
During short periods of inactivity and better concealment, Display Off powers down the display without interrupting other operating functions. Using Display Off means a much faster restart time when you need it most.

User-friendly interfaceUser-friendly interface
The Trail is designed with ease-of-operation in mind. User feedback has resulted in the most friendly interface to date, complete with an easy-to-read, icon-driven, alpha-numeric status bar at the bottom of the display. Internal menu items and options are also displayed on a contrasting gradient substrate so you can keep an eye on settings without losing sight of your objective.

  • On-board Recording
  • Picture-In-Picture
  • 3 User Profiles
  • 15 Distance Settings
  • 10 Reticles
  • Video Streaming
  • Quick-Change Power Packs
  • Stadiametric Rangefinder
  • IPX7 Rated Submersible
  • Display Off
  • Updatable Software

Trail XP50 LRF Manual

Trail Reticle Catalog

TECH_SPECS_TABLE:1, FP: CATTIS-I(1);DLOC-PTM(1), CW: , IMG: 100 .jpeg,, VID: NTSC/PAL, OBR: Yes, SSR:8-14 micron, LM:Germanium, EYR: 50mm, EYD: -4 to +4 EDI:, LFT: Manual Dial, CON: Micro USB, COP: Data / External Power, BT: Yes, WIFI: Yes, DRE: 640x400, DTY: AMOLED, EOT: -13C/-25F to +50C/122F, IP: IPX7 , SUT: Under 10 Seconds, RT: 10 Hours IPS5;20 Hours IPS10, PS: Rechargeable Packs IPS5 and IPS10, RET:14 Reticles / 3 Profiles, RR: 375 H&H, WAR:3-Years, HM: High Strength Polymer, UI: 5 Button Pad/App, MI: Picatinny(bottom), MAT:Aluminum/ABS/Steel/Copper/Glass/Germanium, L:, H: , WE:, WI: , MTTF:, DTT: Thermal Imaging, STY: ULIS Core, SRES: 640x480, SFR: 50hz, SPS: 17 Micron, LMO: 1.6, LMD: 8X, LFL: 50mm, LFN: F1.2, HFOV: 12.4, VFOV: 9.3, DR: 1800, YTID:c-KTe31ft80, FR:1,

  • Display

    Warranty

    3-Years

    Display Type

    AMOLED

    Video Output

    NTSC/PAL

    Image Capture

    100 .jpeg

    Onboard Recording

    Yes

    Bluetooth

    Yes

    Wifi

    Yes

    Ingress Protection

    IPX7

    Recoil Rating

    375 H&H

  • Environmental Specifications

    Operating Temperature Range

    -13C/-25F to +50C/122F

    Power Source

    Rechargeable Packs IPS5 and IPS10

    Run Time

    10 Hours IPS5;20 Hours IPS10

  • Lens Specifications

    Optical Magnification

    1.6X

    Digital Magnification

    8X

    Objective Lens Material

    Germanium

    Housing Material

    High Strength Polymer

    Materials

    Aluminum/ABS/Steel/Copper/Glass/Germanium

    Objective Focal Length

    50mm

    Objective F#

    1.2

    Focusing Mechanism

    Manual Dial

    Horizontal Angular Field of View

    12.4

    Vertical Angular Field of View

    9.3

    Detection Range

    1800

    Eye Relief

    50mm

    Diopter Range

    -4 to +4EDI

    Connector Type

    Micro USB

    Connector Output

    Data / External Power

    Reticle

    14 Reticles / 3 Profiles

    Startup Time

    Under 10 Seconds

  • Physical

  • Sensor Specifications

    Device Technology

    Thermal Imaging

    Sensor Resolution

    640x480

    Sensor Type

    ULIS Core

    Sensor Pixel Size

    17 Micron

    Sensor Frame Rate

    50hz

    Spectral Response

    8-14 micron

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  • 5
    Love this unit

    Posted by M. Howard on May 20th 2020

    Bought my first Pulsar XP 50 and loved it. So I bought the LRF as a monocular. The range finding is fast, the record function is awesome, target identifies easily and I’ve been killing pigs since.

  • 5
    XP50 LRF: Making night targeting great again!

    Posted by 'That Guy' on May 10th 2020

    I called UNV to ask a few questions about the XP50 LRF and spoke with Todd. He was very knowledgeable about his products and gave me all the information I needed to confidently make the purchase. After the purchase he even gave me free 2 day shipping! I ordered on a Monday afternoon and the scope was here Wednesday evening.
    The XP50 LRF in my opinion is the best thermal scope for the money. There are some nicer scopes available for several thousand more dollars, but beyond this scope you will see diminishing returns on the money spent versus the benefits gained in regards to clarity of picture, sensor resolution, ect. The Thor 4 was the other option I was considering and after looking through both of them side by side at a local thermal shop, the XP50 LRF was the clear winner. And it is more rugged and weather resistant. As a former Army Apache pilot I have plenty of experience with some of the best thermal systems in the world, and I am happy with this scope.

  • 5
    Awesome!!!

    Posted by DAW on Apr 23rd 2019

    Was in the market for a thermal scope and knew very little about them. I called and talked to Todd. He answered numerous questions and even after scope was delivered, he’s still answering my questions. Scope was easy to dial in and I am very pleased with it. Unbelievably cool at night time!!!!