Thermal imaging technology’s popularity has been on the rise among law enforcement and first responders alike. New for 2017, the thermal-imaging manufacturer, Pulsar, comes a new thermal imaging handheld monocular with upgraded features and top-of-the-line resolution and display. The new Pulsar Helion, showcased on booth #11924, allows small details, to be viewed in great detail at close range due to the use of high-grade optic technology.
Strikingly robust and advanced, Helions are IPX7 waterproof-rated and are operable in extreme temperatures ranging from -13° to 122°F. Pulsar Helions have WiFi, allowing them to perfectly pair with smartphones and tablets to work seamlessly with Pulsar’s Stream Vision app, available on both Android and IOS.