PULSAR Challenger GS Spuer 1+ 3.5x50 Night Vision Monocular (PL74097)

Vendor: Pulsar



Featuring a built-in, energy-conserving, wide-angled IR illuminator, the PULSAR Challenger GS Spuer 1+ 3.5x50 Night Vision Monocular (PL74097) is designed for crisp and clear short-range, lowlight viewing. Equipped with two diametrically-positioned tripod sockets, this state-of-the-art night vision monocular allows for head mounted observation (left or right eye), mounting on a 1/4-inch tripod socket, and is also weapons mountable.

Outfitted with a five-lens eyepiece, the Challenger GS Super 1+ minimizes distortion on the edges of the field of view and increase sharpness and contrast of the image. Its durable, fiberglass reinforced plastic housing enables reliable use in inclement weather conditions such as thick fog, heavy shower, dust, sand storm, etc. The Pulsar Challenger GS Super 1+ 3.5x50 Night Vision Monocular operates by a single-switch control, offering ease of use and preventing accidental activation of the IR illuminator.

  • Lightweight and extremely durable, compact body
  • Gen 1 Intensifier Tube
  • Water and dust resistant
  • IR illuminator
  • Five-lens eyepiece
  • Flexible carrying case
  • Built-in tripod socket
  • Hand-held and hands-free use
  • Single switch button operation
  • Carrying case, user manual, cleaning cloth, warranty card included
  Image Tube Type (Generation)     CF-Super (1+)  
  Magnification     3.5  
  Objective Lens Diameter, mm     50  
  Lens Focus, mm     24  
  Angular Field of View, degrees     11°  
  Eye Relief, mm     12  
  Exit Pupil, mm     6  
  Resolution, lines per mm     42  
  Max. Detection Range, m *     300  
  Eyepiece adjustment, diopter     ±4  
  Operating voltage, V     3V (1 x CR123A)  
  Tripod mount, in     1/4  
  Min. operating time (IR off/on), hour     50 / 20  
  Operating temperature, °C     -20 to +40  
  Degree of protection (IEC 60529)     IP46  
  Dimensions, mm     234 x 79 x 57  
  Weight of the unit, kg     0.5  

* In normal nighttime conditions - 0.05 lux (quarter moon)