Pulsar released two models in its newest line of digital riflescopes, the Digex N450 and N455. Both of these scopes have a highly-detailed 1280x720 sensor with up to 600-yard detection range in complete darkness. The Digex also features built-in recording with sound, Picture-in-Picture digital zoom. With the N450 and N455, however, there is now the option for an IR Illuminator. The N455 has a 940nm IR that is invisible to the naked eye and has a 550-yard range. The N450 has an 850nm IR with 600-yard range, with a visible IR illuminator.
Digex digital riflescopes also boast 1024x768 AMOLED displays and can be adapted to external power supplies. They also can store five rifle profiles with 10 zero distances, have variable electronic reticles, a stadiametric rangefinder and a SumLight function that increases sensor sensitivity and allows for passive observation.
The ballistic reticles on the N450 and N455 are scaled proportionally to the riflescope’s magnification changes, functioning similar to a first-focal-plane reticle in an optical sight. Digex scopes connect via WiFi to Android and iOS based smartphones and tablets, and with the free Stream Vision mobile application, you can transfer images in real time to your smartphone’s display, duplicate the control of Digex’s digital functions and install and transfer in images from the riflescope in realtime to the online video platform and install new firmware updates.
Digex scopes feature fully waterproof IPX7 level of protection and are designed to operate in a wide range of temperatures from -25 to +50 degrees Celsius.
Digex N450 and N455 Upgraded Features
1024x768 AMOLED display
1280x720 enhanced sensor for adverse weather conditions
Increased range to 550 or 600 yards
3-second battery startup
Sleeker, scope-styled design
For more information on these scopes as well as the rest of the Pulstar line, please visit pulsar-nv.com.