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The compact and lightweight Patrol 4x50 1st Generation Night Vision Monocular from Pulsar features a 1st generation intensifier tube with a resolution of 36 lp/mm. While the 15° angular field of view allows you to spot and track your targets easily, the built-in infrared illuminator improves target brightness and visibility in absolute darkness. The objective lens provides a notable magnification of 4x and has a large aperture of 50mm, which collects more light in low-light conditions to improve image brightness and detail.
The water resistant contoured body is ergonomic and has a rubberized armoring for a non-slip grip. The menu buttons are conveniently located within easy reach of your fingertips. You can use this monocular as handheld device or mount it to a 1/4"-20 tripod.
50mm objective lens diameter
Angle of View: 15°
Intensifier Tube and Infrared Illuminator
36 lp/mm resolution
Built-in infrared illuminator
Menu buttons are conveniently located within reach of your fingertips
Contoured body is comfortable to hold
Rubber armoring provides non-slip grip
Mountable to a 1/4"-20 tripod
In the Box
Pulsar Patrol 4x50 1st Gen Night Vision Monocular
Limited 3-Year Warranty
Table of Contents
Resolution: 36 lp/mm
Angle/Field of View
Linear: 79' @ 100 yd (26.3 @ 100 m)
Objective Lens Diameter
Not provided by manufacturer
Battery / Runtime
2 x AAA batteries / IR on: 20 hr, IR off: 72 hr max
IPX4, resistant to splashing water
-13 to 104°F (-25 to 40°C)
7.5 x 3.4 x 2.4' (191 x 86.4 x 61 mm)
14.1 oz (400 g)
Pulsar Patrol 4x50 1st Gen Night Vision Monocular Review