The Pulsar DN55 is a two in one package with the highly sophisticated Pulsar DFA75 (Digital Front Attachment) and a 10×32 monocular attachment for increased application.
With installation of the included monocular attachment, the DFA75 can be used not only to convert a daytime riflescope into a powerful digital night vision riflescope, but into a hand held 10×32 digital night vision monocular as well.
The attachment clicks tightly into the eyepiece on the back of the DFA, transforming the entire device into a lightweight monocular.
Delivering highly vivid images in challenging lighting conditions, the versatile DFA75, when used either as a riflescope or monocular, is a perfect match for security and surveillance, as well as scanning for prey in the dark.
This night vision module can be used both with a monocular in the kit and many other optical devices (monoculars) with lens diameters 42, 50 and 56 mm or similar.
To install the night vision module onto the front optical bell of a day telescopic sight, specially designed mounting assemblies (bought separately) are used. The assemblies are the adapters with various diameters with a set of reducing rings (the rings can be used as necessary depending on the diameter of the optical bell).
Wide Operating Temperature Range
The ability of this device to operate in normal mode at sub-zero temperatures, is due to the use of a frost resistant OLED display featuring fast response and providing crisp images when observing dynamic objects.
Coupled with a daylight scope, the attachment provides a tool for night observation, ensuring variable magnification, as well as highest possible magnification.
Invisible Laser IR Illuminator
The unit is fitted with built in IR Laser illuminator featuring three step power adjustment. Complying with Class 1 laser safety, the laser IR illuminator operates in the covert IR range (915 nm), invisible to the naked eye.
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 brightness and contrast tuning.
User Friendly Interface
Running status of the unit’s operation is displayed in the form of alphabetic and numeral characters and color icons. Graphics are permanently visible on a dedicated panel at the bottom of the display without overlapping the image observed.
Wireless Remote Control The wireless remote control allows you to turn the attachment on or off, and adjust the built in IR illuminator and enhanced sensitivity function without using the main controls.
External power supply
The operating time can be significantly extended by using highcapacity external power supply units attached to the Digisight via an external power jack. During continued use in freezing weather, the external power supply units can be stored under the clothes.
The Forward is equipped with a video out jack enabling real time video recording with the use of external recording equipment.
Camera resolution – 500×582 pixels
Display type – OLED
Display Resolution – VGA 640×480 pixels
Video OUT availability analogue
Magnification – 10 x (when assembled) / 1 (of the digital module)
Lens diameter – 50mm
Lens focus – F50/1.0 mm
Field of View – horizontal 5??
Resolution – 50 lines per mm
IR-illuminator – Emitter Laser
IR Wavelength – 915 nm
Range of detection – 400m (object 1.7m high, illumination level 0.05 lux (“1/4 moon”)
Power Supply – 3.7??6 V
Battery type – 4xAA
External Power Supply – DC 9 ?? 15V / 3W
Operating Temperature – 25 ??_ + 50 ??С
Remote control – Wireless
Dimensions – 246x82x117mm (when assembled)
Weight (without batteries) – 0.81kg (when assembled)
*10×32 Pulsar Monocular included