- PULSAR Night Vision Edge GS 3.5x50L
- Image tube: EP33-SF-U
- Generation: CF-Super 1+
- Magnification: 3.5 X
- Lens diameter: 50 mm
- Resolution: 42 lines per mm
- Built in IR Laser illuminator at 780 nm
- Maximum detection distance: 220 m
- Minimum focus distance: 3 m
- Exit pupil: 6 mm
- Eye relief: 12 mm
- Field of view: 12 degree
- Diopter Adjustment: -/+ 4 diopter
- Power Supply: 3 V (2xAAA)
- Operating Temperature: -20 to +40 degrees Celcius
- Tripod mount: 1/4 inch
- Dimensions: 233 X 122 X 71 mm
- Weight (without batteries): 0.85 kg
- The package contains the NV device, carrying case, wrist strap, videl cable, lens cloth, manual, warranty card
GSL models of the NV Binoculars Edge are supplied with a built-in IR Laser Illuminator complying with Class 1 laser safety. The laser IR Illuminator emits at 780 nm wavelength and provides effective observation of remote objects in total darkness.
CF-Super’s resolution is notable for its consistency (resolution difference between the centre/edge does not exceed 20%, whilst centre/edge resolution ratio for Gen.1 units is more than five times.
High resolution and geometric image precision provided by CF-Super based NV devices provides effective observation of an object located in any part of unit’s field of view. Majority of Gen. 1 devices features decent image quality only in the centre of the imaging area.
The Edge GS features an image intensifier tube protection system – once the luminance threshold level is exceeded, current feed to the tube is automatically reduced or fully ceased. This allows the user to reach the highest possible tube performance.
The Edge night vision binoculars are easy in operation. The device and IR illuminator are switched by pressing buttons (ON and IR respectively) located on the top of the body. Additionally, the Edge binoculars & goggles are equipped with a gradual IR illuminator power adjustment function.
The body of fiberglass reinforced plastic is able to effectively withstand impact, moisture and dust which allows the units to be used in extreme conditions.
A soft rubber eyecup conceals the light emission from the tube thus permitting a user to stay unnoticed.
New five-lens eyepiece with skewed rubber eyecup provides no distortion across the edges of the field of view and increases image sharpness and contrast.