The Digisight riﬂescope is designed for observation and shooting in twilight or at night. In complete darkness, with no stars or moon, use of the built in IR illuminator with 915nm wavelength (invisible range) is highly recommended.
The scope is equipped with a built in multifunctional rangeﬁnder with a working measuring range of 400 metres.
This scope is a versatile device, designed for a wide range of professional and amateur applications such as hunting, sports shooting, night video recording and observation.
Items received in the box
Pulsar Digisight N970 LRF Digital Night Vision Scope
Integrated Laser Rangefinder
Extra precise shooting requires an exact knowledge of the distance to the target. the integrated laser rangefinder, with a range up to 400 metres, allows the user to measure the distance in single measuring mode and in scanning mode with a precision of up to ±1 meter (yard).
Increased Field Of View
The field of view has been increased by 30% compared to the previous generation of Digisight, in order to provide a better view while searching for the target in the field.
Increased Twice Night Sensitivity
Special sensor technology, in combination with proven and reliable optics, provides increased sensitivity in low light conditions. Compared to the previous models in the series, the sensitivity of this model is two times higher!
The optics and software of the Digisight provides 3.5-14X magnification, which can be changed gradually or step by step depending on the selected mode. Zoom value is displayed in the status bar in the bottom part of the screen.
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 styles, suitable for various applications. The central point of the reticle is illuminated, and the colour can be switched between red and green, depending on the conditions. The colour of the main body of the reticle can be switched from black to white, to suit various different viewing backgrounds.
THD & AoE
In a changeable landscape, when shooting from high stands, it is recommended to use THD (True Horizontal Distance) measuring mode – in this mode the rangefinder, taking into account angle of shooter’s elevation relative to a target (AoE; its value is also displayed on the screen) calculates true horizontal distance to an object.
Three Types Of Zeroing Parameters Memorization
The riflescope has the ability to save three different zeroing profiles in the memory (for different types of weapons or different ammunition); in each saved profile a different reticle can be applied. In addition to that, each profile allows zeroing for five different distances.
Zeroing With "Freeze" Function
The standard for Digisight riflescopes, “one shot zeroing” in Digisight LRF & Digisight 900th models, is complemented in this model by an even more convenient zeroing function - “Freeze”. Now, after making a zeroing shot, the user can save a frame of a target in the memory of the riflescope and align reticle with point of impact, looking at this frame without the necessity of keeping full immobility of a weapon.
High Calibre Applicable
Digisight riflescopes feature high shock resistance and can be used with rifled hunting weapons for hi recoil cartridges such as 9.3х64, .30-06, .300, .375H&H etc, as well as with smooth bore and airsoft weapons.
Bright Light Resistance
The digital technology used in this scope protects it against damage from bright light exposure, meaning the scope can be used during daytime.
Large Observation Distance
Depending on the model, Digisight riflescopes provide more than 500 meter detection distance for objects 1.7х0.5 м. in size in low light conditions.
Wide Operating Temperature Range
The scope has the ability to operate in normal mode at sub-zero temperatures, due to the use of a frost resistant OLED display featuring fast response and providing a crisp image when observing dynamic objects.
Eyesafe Eye Relief
Digisight riflescopes feature a generous 67 mm eye relief; one of the best in its class.
Energy Saving Modes
When a weapon with a Digisight is in inclined position of 70° vertically and 30° horizontally in any direction for more than 10 seconds, the riflescope will turn off. For energy saving, and cases when video from the riflescope is not required, it is also possible to turn off the video out module. Both these functions can be activated in the menu of the riflescope.
Rifle Inclination Angle
When the rifle is inclined horizontally for an angle of more than 5 degrees, a warning sign appears – compound arrows with indication of direction and incline level. The more lines displayed in the compound arrow, the greater the angle of side incline.
Built In Invisible IR Illuminator
The riflescope is fitted with a built in IR Laser Illuminator featuring three step power adjustment. Complying with Class 1 laser safety, the laser IR Illuminator operates in the covert IR range (915 nm), invisible to the naked eye.
External Power Supply
Operating time can be significantly extended by using high capacity external power supply units attached to the Digisight via an external power jack. During continued use in freezing weather, the external power supply units can be stored under the clothes for warmth.
All the functions of the riflescope can be controlled with just two buttons, encoder and On/Off switch.
The mounting holes in the base of the riflescope enable the mount to be installed in one of multiple positions. This choice (depending on the rifle type, anthropometric data of a shooter, etc.) helps the user to ensure the most suitable position on a riflescope.
Convenient Display Of Service Information
Information about operating status is displayed on a dedicated data panel which is located in the lower portion of the screen and does not hinder observation.
Wireless Remote Control
The wireless remote control allows basic operations to be completed without resorting to standard controls.
Digisight riflescopes are equipped with a Video Out jack enabling real time video recording with the use of external recording equipment.
Image Set Up Options
Fast set up options, Contrast and Sumlight™ allow for rapid contrast gain and activation of CCD sensitivity enhancement. Also, there are modes for fine brightness and contrast tuning.
Sensitivity Of Device
Spectral sensitivity of device at a wavelength of 915 nm, mW, not more than 0.000055 (5.5x10^-5)
Camera resolution, 752x582 pixels
Display type OLED
Display Resolution, 640x480 pixels
Magnification, 3.5 ... 14 X
Lens focus, 50mm
Relative aperture, D/f' 1:1
Digital Zoom 2x - 4x
Field of View,°, horizontal 6 (at 3.5x)
Eye Relief, 67mm
Exit Pupil, 6mm
Diopter adjustment, dptr. -4 ... +3
Radiation source (diode type) Laser
IR Wavelength, 915nm (invisible)
Range of observation, 500m
Range of recognition, 370m
Power Supply, V 4 ÷ 6.3
Battery type 4xAA
Battery Life (w/out IR), 4 hours
Battery Life (with IR), 2.5 ... 3 hours
External Power Supply DC 9 ÷ 15V / 3W
Physical & Operational Characteristics
Operating Temperature, - 25 … + 50 °С
Remote control Wireless
Shock resistance on rifled weapon, J 6000
Dimensions, mm 340х112х94mm
Weight (without batteries), 1kg
All Pulsar products bought from Scoped Out are covered by the Australian Pulsar Warranty.