Pulsar Challenger GS Super 1+ 4.5x60 Night Vision Monocular (PL74098)


$ 499.00 $ 549.97


Pulsar Challenger GS Super 1+ 4.5x60 Night Vision Monocular (PL74098)

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The body of the device is hermetically sealed which enables use in inclement weather (fog, heavy shower, dusty environment, sand storm etc.). The Challenger GS 4.5x60 is equipped with a powerful infrared illuminator that can be used in insufficient illumination conditions for observation at over-average distances. The device also has a matching site to install auxiliary, more powerful, focusable IR Illuminators Pulsar. The device and the built-in IR illuminator are switched on/off with a single switch. Design of the switch prevents the IR illuminator from accidental activation (to avoid disclosure of the observer). The Challenger GS 4.5x60 boasts a wide range of applications such as night orientation, tourism, hunting, guarding of industrial facilities and private property, military and sport games, patrolling and rescue operations.

MODEL # 74098
Image Tube Type CF-Super / EP-33-SF
Magnification, x 4.5
Objective Lens Diameter, mm 60
Resolution (centre/edge FOV), lines/mm 42 / 36
Angular field of view, degree 13
Max. range of detection, m * 220
Eyepiece adjustment, diopter ±4
Exit pupil, mm 6
Eye relief, mm 12
Operating voltage, V 3V (1xCR123A)
Tripod mount, inch ¼
Min. operating time (IR off / on), hour 72 / 20
Operating temperature, °C - 20 …+ 40
Dimensions, mm 255x108x75
Weight of the unit, kg 0.5
Degree of protection (IEC 60529) IP65
* - Max. detection range of an object measuring 1.7x0.5 m in natural night conditions (0.05 lux, quarter moon).

  • 4.5x Magnification
  • Lightweight and extremely durable compact body
  • Water and dust resistant
  • IR Illuminator
  • Flexible Carrying Case
  • Built in Tripod Socket
  • Single Switch Operation
  • 9Deg Field of View
  • 255x75x108mm

Export Restrictions

While all Gen 3 and some Gen 2+ require export licenses, all night vision products are subject to United States Export rules and regulations. Valid export licenses may be issued by the U.S. Department of Commerce or the U.S. Department of State, Directorate of Defense Trade Controls, in accordance with the International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR), Title 22, Code of Federal Regulation 120-130. No exceptions!!