The Challenger GS 3.5×50 night vision Device

Night vision monocular Challenger GS 3.5×50, produced under the brand Pulsar, made in durable, lightweight, ergonomic dust – and waterproof housing made of metal and plastic. A specially designed five-element eyepiece enhances the sharpness and contrast of the image. Comfortable soft rubber Eyecup conceals the luminescence of the TUBE and allows the observer to remain unnoticed. All operations with the device are performed with a single switch that sequentially activates the device and the built-in powerful IR illumination for observation at a distance above average. Two diametrically opposed mounting sockets make it possible to fix on the instrument with additional IR illumination and set it on a tripod.

The combination of the progressive optical scheme of the R-Contact and the specially designed Novosibirsk instrument-making plant image intensifier TUBE CF-Super (Gen. 1+) with fiber washer ensures the almost complete lack of distortion at the edge of the field of view, sharpness and geometric accuracy even in the peripheral areas of the TUBE’s screen and a high gain of light.

Challenger GS 3.5x50 Прибор ночного видения

Due to the special spherical shape of the photocathode image intensifier devices have a high and uniform resolution across the surface of the screen, not from less than 42 strokes/mm in the center to not less than 24 strokes/mm on the edge, with an average resolution across the field of view of about 36 lines per mm.

  • Name night vision Challenger GS 3.5×50
  • Model (SKU) 74097
  • Electro-optical Converter
  • Generation CF-Super TUBE features
  • Brand IIT EP33-SF-U
  • Manufacturer IIT JSC “Ekran-optical systems”
  • Country of origin EOC Russia
  • The magnification factor of the TUBE times 0,45 0,5 …
  • The diameter of the working area of the photocathode, mm 19.2
  • Photocathode type S25 multi-alkaline photocathode
  • Intergalva photocathode sensitivity, µa/LM, not less than 200
  • The conversion factor of the TUBE, Rel.ed, range / typical 900
  • The signal-to-noise, Rel. ed, not less
  • Warranty life, h 1500
  • Resistance to mechanical shock, 250 g
  • Magnification, x 3.5
  • Light lens diameter, mm 50
  • Lens focus, mm 70
  • Relative aperture 1:1.4
  • The field of view, ° 11
  • The field of view, m@100m 20
  • The minimum focusing distance, m 2
  • Delete out.pupil, mm 12
  • Diameter out.pupil, mm 6
  • Limit refocus the eyepiece, mm ± 4
  • Focusing type on distance lens
  • The actual resolution, lines / mm, min 42 (in the center of the field of view)
  • Built-in IR illuminator
  • The wavelength of the IR ozvet., nm 805
  • Equivalent power IR illuminator, mW 100
  • The viewing distance
  • Range of detection, m (object 1.7 m tall, the illumination of 0.05 Lux (1/4 moon)) 170
  • Supply voltage, V 3
  • The type of battery 1xCR123А
  • Battery life (with IR): 20 hours
  • Battery life (without IR), h 72
  • Lens material glass
  • Body material glass-nylon composite and metal
  • Tripod mount, inch 1/4
  • The type of mounting for installation of additional Accessories Weaver
  • Operating temperature range,°C -20 … +40
  • Protection class (according to IEC 60529) IP65
  • Attorneye Yes/no no
  • Waterproofness, Yes/no
  • The presence of the remote control unit no
  • Length, mm 234
  • Width, mm 79
  • Height [mm] 57
  • Weight (without e-ing power), kg 0.5

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