Pulsar Gen 3 Night Vision

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posted on August 7, 2012
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8/7/2012

Pulsar has introduced a riflescope, binocular and monocular in its Generation 3 line of night vision products.

“Pulsar is bringing lightweight, advanced materials and military grade components together to produce unique products for the consumer market,” said Jonathan Horton, Lead Product Developer.

The Pulsar Gen 3 line is portable, durable and reliable for use in nighttime observation, surveillance or target acquisition. Pulsar Gen 3 products extend operational viewing distances and increase a users situational awareness at night. The image intensifier tubes feature high signal-to-noise ratio, providing increased detection of low-light levels and a gated power supply for better performance in dynamic lighting environments.

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