The Pulsar Forward DFA75 is the latest state of the art digital night vision from Pulsar, and is designed as a front mounted night vision day scope attachment to convert your day riflescope into a state of the art digital night vision weapon sight or simply use it with Pulsar´s 10×32 monocular to use it as a handheld night vision with 10x magnification. You can even use it with any handheld day scopes with an objective diameter up to 65mm.
Using the same sensor, screen as the Pulsar Digisight N750, the Forward DFA 75 is designed to fit on the front objective lens of your day scope, the Pulsar Forward Night Vision fits via a quick release mount, quickly converting your riflescope to night vision.
This allows the Pulsar Digital Night Vision Forward DFA75 attachment to be quickly installed in front of the lens for nighttime shooting.
The Forward DFA is equipped with a removable laser IR Illuminator (915 nm wavelength, safety class 1) which functions in the “invisible” IR range making it ideal for hunting or covert surveillance.
As the Pulsar Forward DFA 75 is digital night vision it is not sensitive to bright light exposure, so you can even use it during the day!
Features include a high resolution OLED screen with a built in high power laser illuminator, and can be powered by four AA batteries or an external EPS3 or EPS5 lithium battery pack for hugh runtimes.
You can also attach a MPR player to record footage of what you see via the video out connector on the device.
To attach the Forward DFA75 to your riflescope simply purchase an adaptor to suit your objective lens from the popular sizes available, 42mm, 50mm and 56mm front optics.
When coupled with the Pulsar 10×32 monocular the device can operate as a 10x-power digital night vision device. When coupled with any other daytime monocular up to 65mm the device will operate as it does with the Pulsar 10×32 monocular. However we recommend to use it with the 10×32 monocular as this monocular is specially fitted to the DFA75.
The attachment is designed for professional and amateur use: hunting, observation, security, law enforcement.
Magnification (of the digital module) 1x
When used with 10×32 monocular (PL71011) 10x
Lens diameter, mm 50
Lens focus, mm 50
Relative aperture 1:1
Field of view 5°
Field of view, [email protected] 8.7
Minimum focusing distance, mm 5
Exit pupil, mm 30
Resolution, lines per mm ≥50
Range of detection, with attachable laser illuminator, m 400
Power supply, V 3.7/6
Battery type 4xAA
Battery life (with IR), hour 1.5
Battery life (w/o IR), hour 2
External Power Supply DC 8.4/15V/3W
Battery type wireless remote CR2032
Body material glass-nylon composite
Operating temp .20….+50
Type of CCD array Sony ICX-255AL, .33”
Camera resolution, pixels 500×582
Video Output signal CCIR / EIA
Weight (with/without batteries), oz 22.9/19.7