Pulsar Edge GS 2.7x50 NV Binocular

Pulsar Edge GS 2.7x50 NV Binocular

Pulsar Edge GS 2.7x50 NV Binocular

B&H # PUE27X50 MFR # PL75096
Pulsar Edge GS 2.7x50 NV Binocular

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  • Gen 1 Intensifier Tube
  • 36 - 42 lp/mm Resolution
  • 2.7x Magnification
  • 13° Field of View
  • Auto Highlight Cut-Off
  • Head/Helmet Mountable
  • Adjustable IR Illuminator
  • Compact Lightweight Design
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Pulsar Edge GS overview

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The Edge GS 2.7x50 NV Binocular from Pulsar a durable, lightweight infrared night vision binocular ideal for wildlife observation and home security. This weather-resistant image intensification device is engineered to perform in a range of conditions from your campsite to your home. The first generation intensifier tube features 36-42 lp/mm resolution, and highlight cut off circuitry that protects the imaging tube and the operator's eyes from damage.

An adjustable IR illuminator maximizes the capability of the Edge series. Use this illuminated binocular device to paint your field of view with infrared light, enhancing situational awareness and extending the visible range of your optics. 2.7x magnification provides the operator with slight angular magnification while still preserving spatial orientation and perception. The versatile design features adjustable diopters and a low battery indicator in the field of view. There's also an optional head/helmet mount for prolonged and comfortable low/no-light viewing.

Image Intensifier
Gen 1 image intensifier tube boasts 36-42 lp/mm and automatic highlight cut-off, ensuring that the tube and the operator's vision is not damaged when the ambient light level is above a factory pre-set luminosity.
Integrated IR Illuminator
Use the adjustable short-range IR illuminator to paint your field of view with infrared light, enhancing situational awareness and extending the visible range of your optics.
2.7x Magnification
2.7x magnification provides the operator with slight angular magnification while still preserving spatial orientation and perception for outdoor activity.
Head/Helmet Mount
Head/helmet mount for prolonged viewing equip this device for comfortable extended observation.
UPC: 744105204733
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Pulsar Edge GS 2.7x50 NV Binocular
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Pulsar Edge GS specs

    Intensifier Tube Gen 1 CF-Super/EP-33-SF
    Resolution 36 - 42 lp/mm
    Magnification 2.7x
    Angle/Field of View 13°
    Objective Lens Diameter 50 mm
    Exit Pupil 6 mm
    Dioptric Correction +/- 4
    Infrared Illuminator Yes
    Power Supply (2) AAA batteries
    Runtime Up to 50 hours of continuous operation at room temperature
    Weatherproofing IP44
    Temperature Ranges -4 to 104°F (-20 to 40°C)
    Dimensions 7.9 x 4.7 x 2.5" (20 x 12 x 6.5 cm)
    Weight 30 oz (850 g)

    Pulsar Edge GS reviews

    Edge GS 2.7x50 NV Binocular is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Outstanding, exceeds the manufacturers specs. Having used first generation Night Observation Devices a long time ago (Vietnam), I would rate these as Generation 1+ tubes; they are better than Generation 1 tubes, and exceed the manufacturer specs. There is a warning in the instruction book, that some artifacts (Dark spots) may be seen in the tubes normally, due to these being Generation 1 tubes. I found no artifacts to be visible on testing them. Focusing is good, and the low light capability is better than I once had decades ago; especially with the infrared spotlight on. The night vision is outstanding for first generation tubes (Again I rate these as Gen 1+ tubes), and the infrared is bright. One Warning: You must be aware that these can be destroyed by exposing the tubes to direct Daylight; keep the optics cover on at all times in daylight, and dont let anyone play with them if they dont know what they are doing. And don't use them to look directly into very bright lights; use your eyes for that. First generation tubes, even ones as good as these, are are highly sensitive to daylight and other excessive light, and can be destroyed by direct exposure to too much light. If you are into astronomy; look up into the dark night sky with these, and see all the stars you normally never see at night. However, do not look directly at the full moon with them; see the above warning. A well deserved five stars for these; highly recommend.
    Date published: 2017-06-19
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