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Pulsar Introduces Trio of Gen 3 Night Vision Products

September 11, 2012  | 

Photo: Pulsar
Photo: Pulsar

Pulsar has introduced a line of Generation 3 night vision products, including the Pulsar Phantom 4x60 Gen3 riflescope, the Pulsar Edge 1x21 Gen 3 "aviator-style" binocular, and the Pulsar Challenger 1x21 Gen 3 monocular.

"Pulsar is bringing lightweight, advanced materials and military grade components together to produce unique products for the consumer market," said Jonathan Horton, Pulsar's lead product developer.

The Pulsar Gen 3 line is portable, durable and reliable for use in nighttime observation, surveillance or target acquisition. Gen 3 image intensifiers used in Pulsar products are more sensitive to low levels of visible and near infrared light and provide higher resolution, when compared to Gen 2.

Pulsar Gen 3 products greatly 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 very low light levels and a gated power supply for better performance in dynamic lighting environments, according to the company.

The units are assembled in Mansfield, Texas.

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