Pulsar Digital Night Vision Riflescope Digisight N750A

Pulsar Digital Night Vision Riflescope Digisight N750A PL76312

Model no: PL76312

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Pulsar Digital Night Vision Riflescope Digisight N750A

•Long eye relief

•Built-in laser IR illuminator with three-step power adjustment

•Resistant to bright light exposure

•Built-in and external power supply

•Lightweight and durable composite housing

•Intuitive easy-to-use interface

•Wireless remote control

•Wide range of operating temperature

•Internal focusing

•Additional weaver rail for accessories

•Video output

•Built-in flip up objective lens cover

Pulsar Digital Night Vision Riflescope Digisight N750A Description

The Pulsar Digital Night Vision Riflescope Digisight N750A is designed to be an incredibly useful riflescope in both night time and daytime operations - it offers advanced design in its optics and offers a simple to use interface, making it a great riflescope even for those who are unfamiliar or unaccustomed to current night vision technology. When training young guns or new field members, the Pulsar Digisight is a great starting riflescope with a very intuitive build design.


The Pulsar Digisight N750A also offers an incredible Infra Red illuminator that has three different power levels, allowing for adjustment based on infra red needs. This is one of the main ways that the Pulsar Digisight becomes an incredibly useful night sight for anyone that needs a plethora of lighting options based on the night’s quality.


This model also offers a digital zoom for increasing magnification when watching a specific target; this helps with precision in the dead of night and is another way that the Pulsar Digisight is a strong choice for night vision tactical work. This model is as lightweight as it is durable, and is easy to learn how to use. Combining that with its strong functionality makes it a brilliant choice for expert night vision tactical users as well as someone new and in search of a night vision riflescope that won’t be impossible to learn.


The Pulsar Digisight N750A offers a 50mm focus lens, can be used for one-shot zeroing in, and has a maximum detection range of 600 meters.

As with all our Night Vision and Thermal Imaging devices, Night Vision Guys offers competitive pricing on the best devices. The high quality of these devices guarantees that they will meet your expectations and serve you well. Buying these units from guarantees quick handling as well as excellent service and price.

Technical Specifications

Pulsar N750 Digital Night Vision Scope Technical Specifications

Generation Digital
Magnification, x 4.5/6.75x
Lens diameter, mm 50
Field of view, angular degrees
Eye relief, mm 67
Built-in IR flashlight, type Laser 780nm
Resolution, lines per mm 55
Max detection range, m* 600
Diopter setting, D ±4
Close-up range, m 5
Operating voltage, V 3.7...6 (4*AA)
External power supply, V/Consumption power, W DC 9...15/3
Water intrusion rating (IEC 60529) IP44
Operating Temperature, °C -20...+50
Dimensions, mm 340x95x94
Operating time (without/with IR), hour 4/3.5

* - in normal nittime conditions - (0.05 lux or quarter moon) with use of IR

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  • From Jerry at 12/4/14 10:22 PM

    • Q: This one does have a hunting reticle in it correct?

    • A: Pulsar N750 comes with a T-shaped, with illuminated red/green dot reticle.

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  • From Ronnie Mayes at 1/12/16 9:34 AM

    • Q: What kind of recoil can this scope handle? I dont have an ar and would use a 308 lever action.

    • A: Hi Ronnie. Pulsar N750 digital night vision riflescope is rated for .308. It used to be rated for higher, but they downgraded it to .308 as the scope was not doing well beyond that. Please let us know if you have any other questions.

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  • From Wendell at 9/3/16 8:49 AM

    • Q: What is the approximate viewing range of this scope?

    • A: Hi Wendell. If you augment it with an additional IR illuminator, the night time range of Pulsar N750A digital night vision scope can be pushed to 200 yards. Please let us know if you would like to speak to one of our product experts to help you find the right night vision product for your needs.

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  • From Robert at 11/7/16 10:44 PM

    • Q: I have my day optics arrangements for my Faxon ARAK 5.56/300 Blackout, but am concerned now about holding zero with multiple scope changes for night vision. So I am wondering if I need to consolidate to a day/night optic to avoid repetitive zeroing. As a digital scope-can the Pulsar N750A be considered a day/night scope? If not, what are the characteristics of a digital NVD that make it safe to use in the daylight? What options do you offer for Gen2 day/night scopes?

    • A: Hi Robert.

      If you want to avoid re-zeroing, you have a few options. First as you stated is a digital night vision scope like Pulsar N750A. Other models to consider are Sightmark Photon and ATN X-Sight.

      If you need a longer range solution, you would need to look at night vision clipons. These devices attach in front of the daytime optic and generally do not require rezeroing. There are several Gen 2 models in this category - Armasight CO-X, CO-MR, CO-LR, CO-MINI are just a few to name.

      Take a look at this model: . Currently you can save 10% with ARMASALE coupon and get a $200 mail-in rebate on top of it.

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