Pulsar Digisight Night Vision Rifle Scope N750A N770A(Digisight choices:Digisight N750A Night Vision Rifle Scope)
We think the Pulsar Digisight N750A rifle scope is a great performer offering 75 to 200 metre performance by itself using it's inbuilt illuminator (with the Pulsar Digisight N770A offering slightly less performance due to it's more stealth illuminator) but with the addition of the Wolf Eyes X-Beam IR 850nm 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 scope and IR flashlight to be used together.
- Great image quality and resolution
Large calibre shockproof
Built-in Laser IR illuminator with three – step power adjustment
High resolution OLED / LCD display
Wide choice of selectable integrated reticles
Long eye relief (67 mm)
1. 5 x zoom
Wide range of operating temperature
Built-in & external power supply options
Wireless remote control
Water – and dust resistant
Additional Weaver MIL – STD – 1913 rail for accessories
Built-In IR Illuminator
The digisight N750A/N770A riflescopes are outfitted with built-in IR Laser Illuminators (780 nm and 915 nm respectively) the 780nm IR provides effective observation of remote objects, the 915 nm model operates in the close to invisible range. Both illuminators comply with Class 1 laser safety featuring three-step power adjustment.
A recticle is electronically displayed on the screen and is permanently located in the plane of target image. The Digisight’s internal memory contains a large number of reticles of various shapes and applications. The central part of the reticles is illuminated, colour can be changed from red to green. The colour of the main part can be switched from black to white. The software allows the user to save in riflescope’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.
Image Set-Up Options
Fast set-up options- Contrast and Sumlight allow for rapid contrast gain and activation of CCD sensitivity enhancement. Also , there are modes for fine tuning of brightness and contrast.
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 shooter, etc) helps the user to ensure the most suitable position on a riflescope.
Long Eye Relief
The Digisight riflescopes feature a 67 mm eye relief – one of the best parameters in its class.
The Digisight/Forward are equipped with a Video Out jack enabling real time video recording with the use of external recording equipment.
External Power Supply
Operating time can be significantly prolonged thanks to the use of high-capacity external power supply units attached to the Digisight / Forward via an External Power jack. During extended use in freezing weather, the external power supply units can be stored under the operator’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.
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.
Current information about the status of the device, depicted in the form of blue icons and numbers, is located on the data panel in the lower portion of the screen, and does not interfere with the image observed. When switching between various functions, the respective large sized icon appears in the right portion of the screen.
Australian Models with Australian Support
These are the Pulsar Digisight N750A and N770A which are Australian imported models with full Australian Warranty and Support
Generation - Digital
Magnification - 4.5 / 6.75 x (zoom)
Objective lens - 50 mm, F/ 1.0
Field of view - 5 (on 4.5x) / 3.25 (on 7x) degree (at 100m distance)
Eye relief - 67 mm
Exit pupil - 6mm
Resolution - ≥ 55 lines/mm
Max. range of detection - 600m*
Eyepiece diopter adjustment - - 5 â€¦ + 3 D
Close-up distance - 5.5 m
CCD array characteristics:
Type of CCD array - ICX659AL
Resolution - 500(Н)x582(V) pixel
Output video signal standard - CCIR /PAL (B/W)
Resolution - VGA 640x480 pixel
Display diagonal - 0.31 inch
Operating voltage - 6 (4 AA batteries)
External power supply / consumption power - DC 9 ... 15В / 3Вт
Degree of protection - IP44 IP code (IEC 60529)
Operating temperature - -20...+50Â°C
Operation time with one set of rechargeable batteries (built-in IR off/on) - 4 / 3.5 hours
Dimensions - 340x95x94 mm
Weight - 1kg
* - Max. detection range of an object measuring 1.7x0.5 m in natural night conditions (0.05 lux, quarter moon).
A video showing the capabilities of the Digisight (and how many pigs farmers in Queensland have to contend with!)
The initial part of the video is at 120 to 150 metres, the latter at 75 metres
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 N750A & N770A works well and is not damaged by daylight use. The Digisight N850 (similar model but with rangefinder) is shown below on a very windy day.
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