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Pulsar Digisight LRF N870 with X850 IR Illuminator
Pulsar Digisight LRF N870 Digital Night vision Rifle Scope. The laser range finding capability comes to the scope that started it all: the Digisight series of night vision riflescopes will now feature an integrated Laser rangefinder.
Perhaps an obvious direction in product development – the actual implementation is always more challenging than it seems. No wonder as once with the Digisight itself – the Pulsar brand is trailblazing the LRF capabilities combined with the NV scopes. The LRF is not the only great improvement built in the 850-870 series. As with all electronics the code and features of firmware/software are the key: angle and freeze zeroing function with many other exciting improvements and features may make the respected “Grandfather” N550 look like a digital calculator.
Judging range at night is extremely challenging because the shooter is totally reliant on optics. The in-built laser rangefinder displays single or scanned distances, and calculates angle. The measurement can be set to yards or metres. The nominal measuring distance of the laser rangefinder is 400 metres, though we have accuratly ranged a trees at 579m in total darkness.
The Laser ranger also has a weapon tilt indicator, and can be set to display AOE (Angle of Elevation) or THD (Total Horizontal Distance), enabling more precise projectile placement.
A wireless remote control operates: • On/Off • IR illuminator • Rangefinder.
The Pulsar LRF N850 Digisight is ideal for all pest control, such as rabbits, rats and for hunting pigs, goats, and deer.
Pulsar X850 IR Illuminator
The Pulsar X850 IR Flashlight is a high powered infrared illuminator that reaches wavelengths outside the visual spectrum, making it completely undetectable to the unaided eye but perfectly visible to a night vision rifle scope. An essential tool for night time hunting, surveillance and tactical situations, the Pulsar X850 IR flash light offers night vision riflescope extra seeing power while letting the users remain hidden in total darkness. the device can be mounted to any unit with a weaver or picatinny rail including all Pulsar optical units.
Features & Specifications
Pulsar Digisight LRF N870 Features:
- Integral laser rangefinder with tilt indicator
- Clean, simplified control layout
- 4.5x – 9x zoom in 0.1x increments
- High resolution image (>55 lp/mm)
- Detection range of up to 600 metres*
- Massive working light range from starlight to sunlight
- Auto brightness control with manual brightness and contrast override
- 13 on-the-fly reticles, each with 4 different colour configuataions
- 3 zero memory feature that allows you to effectively save zero for up to 3 different loads or various distances
- In-built laser IR illuminator with three power outputs
- Easy to use display layout
- Video-out socket for recording your shot and viewing in real-time
- Internal power source (4x AA batteries) or 12V external power
- One-shot zeroing and Freeze frame zeroing
- Virtually indestructible, high impact, glass impregnated polymer body. Suitable for all heavy recoiling rifles such as.358 H&H Mag, 9.3×74, 8×68 etc
- Auto vertical shut-off option
|Dimensions||H: 11.2cm x L: 9.4cm x D: 34cm|
|Objective Lens Diameter||50 mm|
|Viewing Range||600 m|
|Field of View (@1000m)||8.73 m|
|Battery Type||4 x AA Battery|
Equivalent IR power, mW: 30-350
Diode type: LED
Lens diameter, mm: 35
IR wavelength, nm: 850
Power supply: 3 (2xAA)
Range of beam divergence, degree: 3…9.5
Rifle mount: Weaver
Operation time, hr: 2
Operating temperature, ºC: -20 … +40
Lens material: Glass
Body material: Plastic
Length, mm: 152-165
Width, mm: 45
Height, mm: 52
Weight, oz: 7.8