Depending on model, Apex Thermal Riflescopes with Increased Recognition and Detection Software (IRIS) are capable of detecting big-game-size heat signatures over 1300+ m. away.
The Apex offers three operating modes, each designed to deliver the best possible image in specific viewing conditions: “Rocks” (enhanced contrast), “Forest” (low contrast) and “Identification” (improved rendering of hot objects' details).
Operation time can be significantly increased with the help of external power supplies (e.g., Pulsar EPS3I, EPS5). When used in frosty weather, the power supply can be stored under the clothes.
The Apex thermal sights are equipped with a Video Out jack enabling real time video recording with the use of external recording equipment.
The wireless remote control allows basic operations to be fulfilled without resorting to standard controls.
During short periods of inactivity and better concealment, Display Off powers down the display without interrupting other operating functions. Using Display Off means a much faster restart time when you need it most.
Ability to operate in normal mode at sub-zero temperatures is due to the use of a frost-resistant AMOLED 640x480 display featuring fast response and provides crisp image when observing dynamic object.
External battery packs EPS3 and EPS5 are designed for the use with digital units, NV riflescopes and thermal imaging scopes. The battery packs features larger capacity as compared with AA type batteries and rechargeable batteries. The use of Battery Packs significantly – up to 5 times - increases self-contained operation of high-power digital NV devices.
The mounting holes in the base of Pulsar riflescopes enable the mount to be installed in one of multiple positions. This choice helps the user to ensure the most suitable position on a riflescope.
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