First Look: PARD TD 32 Thermal Night Vision Scope

Thermal vision and enhanced night vision, all in one optic.

posted on August 19, 2023
PARD dual spectra optic

PARD has just released the new TD 32 Thermal Night Vision Scope, which features PARD’s Dual Spectra imaging technology that combines long-distance thermal detection along with high-definition night vision, a ballistics calculator and a laser range finder all into one single unit. The PARD TD 32 is ideal for low-light predator hunting, culling or any other activity in which a shooter needs to send rounds downrange during the off hours. With a 100 mm, long-eye-relief design, the TD 32 reduces eye strain from extended shooting and glassing of a hunting area or field. This optic comes with six different digital reticles, and shooters also have the ability to capture .jpg images or record MP4 video.

PARD Dual Spectra TD 32 Thermal Night Vision Scope Specifications and Features:

  • 800 x 800 Pixel IPS LCD display
  • 1920 x 1080 visible light CMOS sensor
  • 348 x 288 Pixel IR thermal sensor
  • NETD less than or equal to 25 mK
  • 4x optical magnification
  • 2x digital magnification
  • 5 x 5.6 degree Field Of View
  • 12 micro meter pixel pitch
  • 1,200 yard built-in laser rangefinder combination ballistic calculator
  • Lithium Ion 21700 rechargeable batteries with 500 cycle lifetime
  • Wifi compatible
  • PIP Mode allows user to use both thermal and night vision modes at the same time
  • Infrared Image Enhancement Algorithm (IREA)
  • 1,400 meter thermal detection range
  • 100 mm long eye relief
  • IP67 Waterproof rating
  • 6,000 Joules of recoil resistance
  • Standard 30mm scope maintube diameter

The PARD TD 32 Thermal Night Vision Scope has a retail price that begins at $4099. To learn more about this new thermal night vision optic, please visit PARD’s website at


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