We think the Pulsar Forward DFA75rifle scope attachment 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 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 Forward DFA75 is a digital front attachment for attaching onto the front of your normal daylight rifle scope. The attachment is designed to work with a vast majority of daylight sights with 42, 50 or 56 mm lens diameter. Rifle scopes with other lens size can accommodate the attachment with the help of optional reducing rings. Bayonet connection provides for quick mounting and removal of the PPulsar Forward DFA75. Zeroing is not necessary but you can use correction of aiming point if required.
Great image quality is one of the first important things you notice about the Forward DFA75. The 640x480 pixel OLED display guarantees crystal-clear image quality and easy identification of tiny details. The image allows for additional contrast and brightness settings that you may find useful when hunting in poor environmental conditions. To achieve better performance in low light, one can activate the SumLight function that drastically increases sensitivity thus allowing secure target detection at longer range. With extremely sensitive CCD sensor at its core, the Forward DFA75 is designed for both day and night operations so no more worries associated with the conventional night vision apply in daylight.
The Forward DFA75 is supplied with an IR Illuminator, attachable to the unit's housing and ready to use within seconds. The Class 1 eye-safe laser IR will help you out when long range observation in total darkness is required. The laser IR Illuminator is perfect for covert observation.
The Forward DFA75 is not just an NV attachment. If you need to, it is convertible into a 10x power hand-held digital NV monocular. To do this, simply add an accessory monocular. With this option, you may never worry about a regular NV monocular occasionally left at home.
Other features like wireless remote control, video output with selectable signal standard, low operating temperatures and external power supply option make the Forward DFA75 digital front attachment a valuable piece of equipment that will impress even the most ambitious hunters.
- of the digital module: 1x
- when assembled with the monocular Pulsar 10x32 (#71011): 10x
- when used with a daylight optical sight/device: equals to the daylight optical scope/riflescope's magnification
Type of CCD array - Sony ICX-255AL CCIR
Camera resolution - 500x582 pixels (CCIR)
Min/max working illuminance - 0.0001...30000 lux (f1.2, signal-to-noise ratio 20dB)
Display type - OLED
Display Resolution - VGA 640x480pix.
Video OUT availability - analog
Magnification - 1 x (of the digital module)
Lens focus - 50mm
Relative aperture - 1:1 D/f'
Field of View - 5Â° horizontal
Resolution - ≥ 50lines per mm
Minimum focusing distance - 5 m
Emitter - Laser
IR Wavelength, 915 nm
Range of Detection
Range of detection - 400 m (object 1.7m high, illumination level 0.05 lux ("1/4 moon")
Power Supply - 3.7Ã·6 V
Battery type - 4xAA
Battery Life (w/out IR) - 2 hours
Battery Life (with IR) -1.5 hours
External Power Supply - DC 9 Ã· 15V / 3W
Physical & operational characteristics
Outer diameter of the lens housing of a daylight scopes/riflescopes (possibility of using with a daylight optical scopes/riflescopes) 47, 48, 49, 50, 55,56,57,58.7, 60, 62, 65 mm
Operating Temperature,Â°С - - 20 â€¦ + 50
Remote control - Wireless
Shockresistance on rifled weapon - 6000 J
Dimensions - 155x82x117 mm
Weight (without batteries) - 0.56 kg
Pulsar Forward DFA75 in use
|Brand||Yukon Pulsar Night Vision|
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