digisight n960-970

Digisight NV riflescopes line is getting bigger

New models differ from each other by the type of integrated IR illuminator (either LED 810 nm or invisible Laser 915 nm) and in presence of integrated laser range finder (LRF models).

Riflescopes possess a sensor with better sensitivity. Comparing the spectral range sensitivity at 780 nm and 915 nm wavelengths, Digisight N960/N970 and Digisight LRF N960/N970 are the most technically advanced hunting riflescopes on the market today.

Wide range of magnification change (3.5x to14x) with increased by 30% field of view allows effective use of Digisight.

Riflescope’s memory contains 11 configurations of reticles; every reticle has 4 options of colour combinations of its elements. Central illuminated part can be red or green, whereas the main part can be either black or white. There are simple crosses and graded reticles, reticles for firearms, airsoft guns and crossbows. New Digisight can memorize up to 3 zeroing profiles for different guns or ammo types, each profile can be zeroed for 5 different distances.

The riflescopes have a wide range of functional varieties – contrast and brightness control, one shot zeroing, side incline and angle of elevation indication, calculation of measured distance with respect to elevation angle (THD function available in Digisight LRF N960 and Digisight LRF N970 with integrated rangefinder), high shock resistance, external and internal power supply and other.

Controls have become much easier. All controls are performed by means of turn-switch, encoder and two large buttons. Wireless remote control repeats necessary functions and has one programmable button.

News Archive

Distributor Conference 2016
November 01 2016

The Company usually carries out Distributors’ Conference every 3 years. This year the Conference was visited by 39 distributors who presented 24 companies from 20 countries.

Participation at Moscow International Exhibition ARMS & Hunting 2016
September 09 2016

We cordially invite you to visit our booth No. D80 at the hunting show "Arms&Hunting" in the atrium of Gostiny Dvor in Moscow, Russia (29 September - 2 October, 2016)

Quantum XQ50 review
August 23 2016
We are glad to present you a test of
Thermal Imager Quantum XQ in www.rifleshootermagazine.co.uk made with the help of Scott Country, a dealer of Pulsar official distributor in the UK Thomas Jacks. Please find the original version of the report attached below.
Review of Pulsar Digisight N960 and N970 at all4shooters.com
August 03 2016

Find new reviews from all4shooters in English, German, Russian and Italian

Thermal Imaging helps face identification system
July 28 2016

How thermal imaging can help in personal identification?

Thermal Imagers Quantum help in searching the missing lynx
July 27 2016

Pulsar Thermal Imagers Quantum XQ50 and XD50S are used in search for missing lynx in  Dartmoor Zoo Park.

Welcome to Pulsar social channels
July 26 2016
Now you can follow Pulsar news on official social channels - Facebook, Twitter and Youtube.
New production facilities launched
June 09 2016

On the 2d of May 2016 a new assembling department was opened in Vilnius on the territory of UAB "Yukon Advanced Optics Worldwide".

New line of thermal imagers Quantum XQ
April 29 2016
Yukon Advanced Optics Worldwide presented its new line of thermal imagers Quantum XQ.
Participation at IWA 2016
April 20 2016

The 43th exhibition “IWA-2016” was held once again in Nurnberg, Germany.

New products

thermal imaging scopes

Refresh rate: 30 Hz
Range of detection: 1250 m
Magnification: 2.8x / 5.6x

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