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Polaris 3.4x50 Gen I NV Monocular
 
> Polaris 3.4x50 Gen I NV Monocular (BE14150)
 
Features

Lightweight

Wide field of view
60-hour battery life
Fully multicoated optics
Weather resistant

Auto-shut off against intense light exposure

Long range viewing up to 300 yards
Integrated (25mW) IR illuminator
Integrated “On/Off” and “IR activation” LED indicators
Limited lifetime warranty*


About
The Polaris night vision scope features fully multi-coated optics. The unit has a wide field of view that is perfect for viewing moving objects and hunting varmints. The integrated powerful IR Illuminator enables clear viewing when ambient light levels are low. The ergonomically designed Polaris has a durable body with satin coating that makes it comfortable for extended operation. The Polaris features an automatic shut off when exposed to an intense light source for longer than two seconds. This protects the images intensifier tube from damage. This unique feature will not be found on any other similar Gen1 in this price category.

Specifications
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Product Modification

3.4x50

Model

BE14150

Magnification, x

3.4

Objective lens diameter, mm

50

Leans system

80mmF/1.2

FOV at distance 200 yards, ft

120 / 37

Focus range, yards

1.0 to infinity

Eye relief distance, mm

12

Diopter adjustment, D

+4, -4

Detection distance (approx.) yard

300 / 270

Overall dimensions, in/ mm

7.87''x3.07''x2.36''/ 200x78x60

Weight, oz/g

20.81 / 590

Power supply

CR123 3V battery (one)

Estimated battery life (w/out IR), hour

up to 60

Operating temperature, °F/°С

-22 to +113 / - 30 to +45

Water intrusion

Meets IPX4 rating

Humidity, %

up to 93%

In Box

Night vision monocular
Lens Cap
Protective carrying case
User manual
Lens cleaning tissue

*2-year warranty on image intensifier tubes

 
 
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