Yes, you can use the riflescope both at night and in the daytime.
For better performance in the daytime please close the lens cover and use the manual display brightness and contrast settings.
Please make sure:
- your riflescope has the latest firmware version. Click here to check.
- you have correctly and firmly installed the riflescope on your rifle.
- you have correctly carried out the zeroing procedure described in the user manual.
When setting the zeroing coordinates, the reticle moves along the image which allows a wider range of reticle adjustment.
The reticle movement range makes it possible to successfully zero a riflescope mounted even on a mount far from
being ideal thus minimizing mount's faults. Higher precision of the rifle-mount system requires less movement of the reticle.
We suggest mounting the riflescope as low as possible and make sure there are no inclications in either side, especially vertically.
Yes. The reticle for distance measuring and the reticle for aiming are not supposed to match.
When zeroing the riflescope, the reticle moves along the display (so it may not be in the centre
upon zeroing completion) but the rangefinder's reticle does not move, it's always in the display centre.
Both reticles may be at a different distance from each other depending on
the way the riflescope was zeroed, click adjustement range used, and mount type.
The Digisight Ultra LRF uses a powerful IR illuminator. This increases detection range and gives the impression of a higher illumination
when seeing objects at a shorter range. In such cases, we recommend the following:
- reducing the power of the IR illuminator;
- adjusting the position of the IR spot ;
- holding the riflescope a little bit higher;
- using an alternative focusable IR Illuminator installed in place of the supplied IR.
Please take note of the following:
Accuracy of measurement and maximum range depend on the reflection ratio of the target surface, the angle at which the emitting beam falls on the target surface and environmental conditions. Reflectivity is also affected by surface texture, color, size and the shape of the target. A shiny or brightly colored surface is normally more reflective than a dark surface.
Measuring range to a small sized target is more difficult than to a large target. Accuracy of the measurement can also be affected by light conditions, fog, haze, rain, snow etc. Ranging performance can degrade in bright conditions or when ranging towards the sun.
When measuring range to a small-sized target located more that 400 meters away, it is recommended that you put your elbow against a solid surface. This is due to possible hand tremors and difficulty hitting the target with the beam at a longer distance.
After zeroing the reticle may be slightly off the centre of the field of view which is normal and does not affect accuracy. If the riflescope is installed properly on your rifle, and the mount is well fixed too, you may not need to move the reticle a lot, thus the reticle will stay very close to the centre.
Yes, user zeroing profiles are saved even if the battery is not installed in the riflescope for a long period of time.
When updating firmware, user zeroing profiles are saved.
When using digital zoom, image is cropped so resolution will become lower and the image will look not as clear as when using the base (optic magnification).
It's a peculiarity of digital zoom in all devices, and it's not a defect.
You cannot do it by yourself. However you can send us a reticle type proposal and we will have it considered.
All Pulsar digital and thermal riflescopes feature a max. shock resistance of 6000 Joules.
Please check this value for your cartridges.
Products are supplied with partially charged batteries.
For better experience, we suggest fully charging the batteries before first use.
Please read the user manual for your device for extra information.
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