Pulsar Digisight N770 Digital Night Vision Riflescope
The Pulsar Digisight N770 NV RIflescopes is designed for observation and shooting in twilight and in the nighttime. This Riflescopes uses a highly sensitive CCD Array (with a range of operation illumination 0.00003 - 30000 lux); the image transmitted to the high resolution display OLED is contrasting, crisp and saturated. Thanks to the OLED display, this Riflescope can be used within a wide temperature range from -20 ° to +50 °.
The Pulsar Digisight N770 Night Vision is a multi-functional device that featuring a number of essential options for modern hunting. The screen displays information on operation status and image settings. The unique Sum Light™ program automatically increases CCD Array sensitivity under low light conditions.
The remarkable features is the possibility of zeroing the Riflescope not only in the traditional manner but also using a new “one shot zeroing” method. This makes the zeroing procedure significantly faster and more convenient. The Digisight N770 is equipped with a built-in Laser / IR Illuminator (915 nm laser illuminator) which considerably increases viewing range.
The Weaver Rail on the side of the body allows an auxiliary IR Flashlight to be attached. Basic control functions can be performed with the help of the included wireless remote control. The Pulsar N770 features a video output to conduct video recording to external devices without the use of additional adapters and camera or camcorders.
If necessary output video signal standard can be changed from CCIR to EIA. The Digisight N770 has one pre-loaded reticle, other optional reticles can be download from a reticle base available on our website www.pulsar-nv.com. Colour of the reticle point can be switched from red to green.
The Digisight N770 is resistant to bright light exposure and features excellent operational characteristics. It can be mounted on a wide range of hunting weapons including those of large calibers (shock resistance is guaranteed if cartridges with muzzle velocity not exceeding 6000 Joules are used).
The Pulsar DigiSight N770 operates on four rechargeable batteries but can also be powered with an external power supply. External power supplies such as EPS3 or EPS5 prolong riflescope’s operation time up to 9-20 hours.