The Digisight N750A is a multifunctional device featuring a number of essential options for modern hunting.
It is designed for observation and shooting in twilight and in the night time conditions.
The scope uses a highly sensitive CCD array (with a range of operation illumination 0.00003 - 30000 lux); making the image transmitted to the high resolution display OLED (640x480 pixels) high contrast, crisp and saturated.
Thanks to the OLED display, the riflescope can be used in a wide range of temperature condition, from -20 °С to +50 °С.
The Digisight A series also features an option which allows the selection of three variants of zeroing parameters for various types of weapons or for various distances.
The Digisight N750A has the benefit of a selectable reticle. The reticle 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, suitable for different applications. The central part of the reticle is illuminated and the colour can be switched between red and green, depending on the user's requirements. The colour of the main body of the reticle can be switched from black to white, depending on the background the user is viewing against.
The screen displays information on operation status (running time, low battery indicator, active function etc.). In the menu are additional functions for image settings: gradual brightness and contrast adjustment, Sum Light™ signal processing program, which automatically increases CCD array sensitivity under low light conditions.
One of 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 N750A is equipped with a built-in laser / IR Illuminator (780 / 810 wavelength, safety class 1) 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 (switching on/off the riflescope and the IR Illuminator, activation of digital zoom) can be performed with the help of the included wireless remote control.
The riflescope features a video output to conduct video recording to external devices without the use of additional adapters. If necessary output video signal standard can be changed from CCIR to EIA.
The Digisight N750 has one pre-loaded reticle. Users can also upload another optional reticle from a reticle base available on the website www.pulsar-nv.com. Colour of the reticle point can be switched from red to green depending on the conditions.
The Digisight N750 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 calibres (shock resistance is guaranteed with cartridges of a muzzle velocity not exceeding 6000 Joules).
The riflescope operates using four rechargeable batteries, but it 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.
Generation - Digital
Magnification - 4.5 / 6.75X (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 … + 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...+50°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).