First ever seen by the press: Pulsar's newest creation of multitasking is a thermal device never before attempted in the thermal systems market. More compact than any Pulsar's predecessors the Core is carrying this name for a reason: it's central component is designed to be used with attachment lenses to create a monocular, riflescope or the day scope front mounted system.
Moreover, the Core features the most advanced Pulsar's thermal sensor integration design securing the top-notch performance in any configuration. The multitude of capabilities would be impossible to achieve without the Pulsar's patent-pending invention of the multifocal display. With the know-how under it's belt - the Pulsar brand is moving forward with the first production of this unit in September 2014
- Simple adaption of day riflescope for night shooting
- Retaining point of impact
- Easy mounting
- Easy transfromation into monocular
- User friendly interface
- Wide operating temperature range
- Wireless remote control
- Lightweight and compact
First ever seen by the press: the Pulsar brand is unavailing it's newest creation in Gen. 2+ Night Vision riflescopes.
The scope with a poetic name: Argus - will feature the word's first integrated Laser rangefinder and electronic reticle in an analog device.
First ever seen by the press:
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.
The Pulsar neck strap is designed to be fixed to the devices which are equipped with ¼ inch tripod socket. It can be used with thermal imagers Quantum/ Quantum S and night vision devices Challenger and others.