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Please note that if you intend to use this device for bat survey, it should be used as a survey aid rather than for a survey method. For more information, please see the Thermal Imaging: Bat Survey Guidelines available from the Bat Conservation Trust.
The Pulsar Axion series is an innovative line of compact thermal imaging monoculars. These pocket-sized devices are excellent when trying to observe cryptic species or when surveying in dark or foggy conditions. The Axion XM30F uses a 320 x 240 thermal sensor to detect and map the infrared radiation given off by objects into an image called a thermogram, setting it apart from night-vision optics as it can be used during the day or night. The reduced pixel pitch of 12µm creates an image with more thermal detail, smoother edges and excellent sensitivity to small differences in temperature.
With a fantastic detection range of 1300m and 3-12x zoom, the XM30F allows the user to monitor nocturnal wildlife from a distance. The frost-resistant HD SONY AMOLED microdisplay does not require backlighting, making it perfect for working in dark conditions. At only 250g, it is one of the most portable thermal imaging cameras on the market.
It is WiFi enabled and can be used to record, transfer and stream still images and video when used with the Stream Vision App.
Features such as instant start up means you can quickly use the device when necessary and the picture in picture mode will add a small second screen on the image which can assist when zooming in on a subject. An option of 8 colour pallets allows the user to personalise the view to their taste and purpose. It is constructed with a robust housing for durability and is IPX7 waterproof-rated for protection against heavy rain, snowfall and even complete submersion in water up to 1 metre deep for 30 minutes.
For more information on thermal imaging, take a look at our blogs Thermal imaging for ecologists and NHBS Guide to Night Vision and Thermal Optics.