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Yukon Ranger LT 6.5 x 42 Night Vision Scope

£319.99

The Yukon Ranger LT 6.5 x 42 Night Vision Scope is a new and updated model of the highly successful Yukon Ranger Pro 5 x 42 Scope. It is ideal for collecting nocturnal survey data such as obtaining counts of bats emerging from a roost or for detection of animals within buildings or vegetation.

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Description

This digital night vision monocular features an LED IR illuminator with 940nm wavelength, which is practically invisible to the naked eye. As with all digital night vision scopes, they can’t be damaged by bright lights and so can function during daylight with no added risk to the unit. The LCD display has a CMOS sensor and a resolution of 640 x 480. A true optical magnification of 6.5x is provided through the left hand lens of the scope, whilst the right hand lens provides the practically invisible 940nm infrared light beam. It has an impressive battery life of up to 12 hours of operation depending on the mode used.

Includes:
* Digital Monocular Ranger LT 6.5×42
* Carrying Case
* Neck Strap
* Extra Battery Container
* Variable Power Switching Adapter
* Output Video Cable
* Lens Cleaning Cloth
* Operating Manual
* Car Adapter
* Warranty Card

 


Specification

* Spectral sensitivity of device at a wavelength of 780nm: < 6,7×10-5mW
* Spectral sensitivity of device at a wavelength of 915 nm: < 3×10-4mW
* Sensor Type: CMOS
* Camera resolution: 640x480p
* Display type: Kopin KCD-QDNF-BA
* Display Resolution: 640x480p
* Magnification:  6.5x
* Lens diameter: 42mm
* Field of View: 5°
* Eye Relief: 14mm
* Exit Pupil: 4mm
* Diopter adjustment: ±5 dptr
* Resolution: 40 lines per mm
* Minimum focusing distance: 5 m
* Range of recognition: 240m
* Emitter: LED
* IR Wavelength: 940nm
* Power of IR Illuminator: 22/15 – 115mW
* IR Illuminator’s beam divergence angle: 11.5° / 6.5°
* Power supply: 7.2-9V
* Battery Type: 6xAA
* External Power Supply: DC 6-12 V/ 1000 mA
* Operating Temperature: -20°C – +35°C
* Video Out: Yes
* Tripod Mount: ¼”
* Dimensions: 170 x 116 x 76mm
* Weight: 0.65kg

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