We think the Pulsar Digisight LRF N850 rifle scope is a great performer offering 75 to 200 metre performance by itself using it's inbuilt illuminator but with the addition of the Wolf Eyes X-Beam IR 850nm torch offers 300+ metre performance. The modest increase in price offers a huge increase in performance so we are a big believer in using both units together. For this reason we have the package prices, to encourage the two to be used together.
The Digisight LRF N850/N870 riflescope is designed for observation and shooting in twilight or nighttime. In complete darkness (no stars or the Moon) use of the built-in IR (or laser) Illuminator with 780nm wavelength in the N850 (visible range) or 915nm wavelength in the N870 (invisible range) is highly recommended. The riflescope is equipped with a built-in multifunctional rangefinder with a working measuring range of 400 metres. Your riflescope is a versatile device designed for a wide range of professional and amateur applications such as hunting, sports shooting, night video recording and observation. As always the functionality of this unit can be improved with a high powered IR LED torch, to this end we offer the X-Beam package with X-Beam IR torch included. This is probably our favourite Night Vision Scope, the performance is very good but the addition of the Laser Range Finder is a boost. While not really necessary at the usual shooting distances for most Night Vision shots, it gives a nice degree of confidence for a tiny increase in cost.
We would suggest using the Digisight N850 LRF with it's standard IR for up close work and with the Wolf Eyes X-Beam IR torch for distant or clear work. You can also choose between the N850 LRF which has a more visible IR illuminator or the N870 LRF which has less visible, more stealth) IR illuminator (less visible to both what you are aiming at and to the N870 LRF). The N870 LRF would see about 50 metres less, of course this can be topped up by the X-Beam IR torch to offer full distance.
If you are considering the LRF N850 also look at the new LRF N960.
Integrated Laser Rangefinder
Extra precise shooting requires an exact knowing of distance. Integrated laser rangefinder with range up to 400 m allows to measure distance in single measuring mode and in scanning mode with precision up to Â±1 meter (yard).
THD & AoE
In the conditions of changeable landscape, when shooting from high stands it is recommended to use THD (True Horizontal Distance) measuring mode â€™ in this mode rangefinder, taking into account angle of shooter â€™s elevation relative to a target (AoE; its value is also displayed on the screen) calculates true horizontal distance to an object.
A reticle is electronically displayed on the screen and is permanently located in the plane of target image. The Digisight LRF â€™s internal memory contains 13th reticles of various shapes and applications. The central part of the reticles is illuminated; color can be changed from red to green. The color of the main part can be switched from black to white.
Eyesafe Eye Relief
The Digisight riflescopes feature a 67 mm eye relief â€“ one of the best parameters in its class. The greater is the eye relief the less traumatic is the use of the scope, especially on hunting weapons with considerable recoil.
3 types of zeroing parameters memorization
The software allows the user to save in riflescopeâ€™s memory three points of impact for three various distances (types of weapon or cartridges), and each option allows the use of a dedicated reticle. The horizontal and vertical numeric coordinates of the reticle position facilitates windage/elevation adjustments and completes memorization function.
High shock resistance
The Digisight LRF riflescopes feature high shock resistance and can be used with rifled hunting weapon for such cartridges as 9.3х64, .30-06, .300, .375. etc, and with smooth-bore and airsoft weapon.
Magnification provided by optic and software parts of Digisight LRF, makes up 4.5-9x. Magnification changes gradually â€“ available magnification range consists of 10 steps (division value is less than 0,5x). Zoom value is displayed in the status bar in the bottom part of the screen.
Energy saving modes. Automatic shutoff function
When a weapon with a riflescope is in inclined position of 70Â° vertically and 30Â° horizontally (for more than 10 seconds) in any direction the riflescope will turn off. For energy saving and cases when video from the riflescope is not recorded there is also a possibility to turn off video out module. Both these functions can be activated in the menu of the riflescope.
Rifle inclination angle
When rifle is inclined horizontally for an angle of more than 5 degrees a warning sign appears â€“ compound arrows with indication of direction and incline level. The more lines are in the compound arrow the greater is the angle of side incline.
Zeroing with FREEZE function
Standard for Digisight riflescopes â€œone shot zeroing in Digisight LRF models is complemented by an even more convenient zeroing function - Freezeâ. Now after making a zeroing shot it is enough to save a frame of a target in the memory of the riflescope and align reticle with point of impact looking at this frame without the necessity of keeping full immobility of a weapon.
Wide operating temperature range
Ability to operate in normal mode at sub-zero temperatures is due to the use of a frost-resistant OLED display featuring fast response and provides crisp image when observing dynamic object.
Large detection distance
Depending on modification Digisight LRF riflescopes provide more than a half kilometer detection distance for object 1.7х0.5 м. in size.
VIDEO OUT The Digisight LRF riflescopes are equipped with a Video Out jack enabling real time video recording with the use of external recording equipment.
Video Recording available
If you are using your Pulsar Night Vision Scope for academic or University research, herd management or wildlife research, Police work or legal evidence - or need to immortalise those great moments or just want to show your friends what you get up to - our easy to attach Video Recorders may help. Details Video Recorder
External power supply
Operating time can be significantly prolonged thanks to the use of high-capacity external power supply units attached to the Digisight via an External Power jack. During extended use in freezing weather, the external power supply units can be stored under the operatorâ€™s clothes via an included extension lead.
Wireless remote control
The wireless remote control allows basic operations to be fulfilled without resorting to standard controls.
The mounting holes in the base of the riflescope enable the mount to be installed in one of multiple positions. This choice (depending on the rifle type, anthropometric data of a shooter, etc.) helps the user to ensure the most suitable position on a riflescope.
Australian Models with Australian Support
The Pulsar Digisight LRF N850 Night Vision Scope is an Australian imported model with full Australian Warranty and Support.
SPECIFICATIONS Pulsar Digisight Night Vision Scope LRF
Sensor type - CCD
Camera resolution - 500x582 pixels
Display type - OLED
Display Resolution - VGA 640x480 pixels
Video OUT availability analog
Magnification - 4.5x...9x
Lens focus - F50/1.0 mm
Field of View - horizontal 5/ 2.4 Â°
Resolution - ≥ 55 lines per mm
Minimum focusing distance - 5.5 m
Eye Relief - 67mm
Exit Pupil - 6mm
Diopter adjustment - - 4 â€¦ + 4
Emitter - Laser
IR Wavelength - 780 nm for N850, 910Nm for N870
Range of detection - 600m (object 1.7m high, illumination level 0.05 lux ("1/4 moon")
Power Supply, V 4 Ã· 6
Battery type - 4xAA
Battery Life hour - 4/ 3.5 (w/out IR),
External Power Supply - DC 8.4 Ã· 15V / 3W
Built-in laser rangefinder
Max. measuring range - 400m
Measuring accuracy - Â±1 m
Laser wavelength - 905nm
Windage & Elevation - 1 click (H/V) - 13 / 13 mm@100m
Click range - 1040 / 1300mm@100m H/V
Reticle colour T-shaped, with illuminated red/green dot
Physical & operational characteristics
Shock resistance on rifled weapon - 6000 J
Dimensions - 340х112х94mm
Weight - 1 kg (without batteries)
A quick video of the Rangefinder and Night Vision in action
Daylight Use We regularly get asked what the scope is like in daylight. While we would always prefer a glass scope for daylight use, the Digisight N850 LRF works well and is not damaged by daylight use. Shown below on a very windy day.
Digisight N850LRF with Wolf Eyes X-Beam IR This video was taken on a dark moonless night where the 160cm woman was not visible. She is at approximately 260 metres, about 20 metres closer than the tree the range finder is focussing on. We would consider 260 metres outside the distance we would recommend the Digisight N850 LRF for, but she is still visible. You then add the Wolf Eyes X-Beam IR and you can see the huge difference. (click video for larger)
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Amazing combinationBy: Mike Wallace on 2 November 2015I bought the Digisight 850 and Wolf Eyes X-Beam to go on a Tikka T3 Super Varmint in .204, I also use a Harris Bipod with this setup. We have a State Forest backing onto our property and the foxes are giving us a very hard time. I am probably $4k into this rifle and night vision scope setup but have to say it is worth every cent. The .204 shoots fast and flat, if just a little louder than my .223. The Digisight really does allow you to see in the dark, add the X-Beam and you can see 300 metres easily. The wily old foxes around my place aren't responding to the whistle much any more, this setup allows me to observe them and get them early before they even know I am there. For me this is the best fox rig I could imagine.
Add the xbeamerBy: Wal on 22 October 2015I have had one of these digisight with rangefinder for a little while now and like it, and could see cats and foxes out to about 200 to 250 yards. One of my neighbours suggested I come and get one of the wolfeyes xbeamers in IR. I was amazed at the difference it makes, can probably see out to 350 or 400 yards in the paddocks around the house.Watching the foxes amble around miles before they get within range makes me feel like one of those American Border Patrol officers, you can see them coming way before you decide to let them know you are there. Nice combo, I have the torch and digisight on my 223 as my night rifle, really don't think anything could get withing 200 yards of the house if I am awake.