Pulsar Digex Digital Riflescopes

If you’re in the market for a new digital riflescope with night vision capabilities, Pulsar has a new line with two models: the Digex N450 and N455. The company says these full-featured digital riflescopes are designed to match the shape of a classic day sight, with a form factor to ensure the lowest possible mounting point and flexible location on the rifle due to standard 30mm tube size.

Digex digital riflescope features an HD 1280x720 sensor that provides 600 yards of detection range in darkness from the included IR.
Digex digital riflescopes feature an HD 1280×720 sensor that provides 600 yards of detection range in darkness from the included IR.

Back in January, just before SHOT Show, (ah, those were the pre-pandemic days!), the company put out this promotional video about the new Digex line.

Now the scopes are available on the Pulsar site.

As desribed in the recent press release:

Pulsar is thrilled to release its newest line of digital riflescopes! The Digex comes in 2 models, the N450 and N455, and both feature a highly-detailed 1280×720 sensor with up to 600-yard detection range in complete darkness. Additionally, the Digex features built-in recording with sound, Picture-in-Picture digital zoom and Wi-Fi remote view with Stream vision compatibility for iOS and Android devices.

Digex digital riflescopes also boast 1024×768 AMOLED displays, adaptability to external power supplies, 5 rifle profiles with 10 zero distances, variable electronic reticles, a stadiametric rangefinder and SumLight function to increase sensor sensitivity and allow passive observation.

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How are the Two Models Different?

The only difference between the N450 and N455 is the IR Illuminator. Pulsar advises that the N455 has a 940nm IR with a 550-yard range that is invisible to the naked eye. The N450 has an 850nm IR with 600-yard range, but the IR is visible

On the Pulsar Facebook page, a satisfied customer posted a short video cleaning up pigeons with the Digex digital riflescope. "Absolute best NV."
On the Pulsar Facebook page, a satisfied customer posted a short video cleaning up pigeons with the Digex. “Absolute best NV.”

Digex Digital Riflescopes Upgraded Features

  • 1024×768 AMOLED display
  • 1280×720 enhanced sensor for adverse weather conditions
  • Increased range to 550 or 600 yards
  • 3-second battery startup
  • Sleeker, scope-styled design

Pulsar Digex N450 Digital Riflescope

Pulsar Digex N450 Digital Riflescope. Images from Pulsar.

Diges N450 Features
  • HD 1280×720 sensor
  • 600 yard detection range
  • 4x digital zoom – continuous zoom and 2x / 4x stepped zoom
  • Picture in picture digital zoom
  • Built-in recording with sound
  • Stream Vision app connects scope to smart device for remote viewing
  • External power supply adaptable
  • SumLight function
  • 5 rifle profiles with 10 zero distances
  • Variable electronic reticles
  • One-shot zeroing with freeze function and zoom
  • First-focal plane reticle options
  • High resolution AMOLED display
  • Stadiametric rangefinder

Pulsar Digex N455 Digital Riflescope

Pulsar Digex N455 Digital Riflescope. Images from Pulsar

N455 Digital Riflescope Features

  • HD 1280×720 sensor
  • 600 yard detection range
  • 4x digital zoom – continuous zoom and 2x / 4x stepped zoom
  • Picture in picture digital zoom
  • Built-in recording with sound
  • Stream Vision app connects scope to smart device for remote viewing
  • External power supply adaptable
  • SumLight function
  • 940nm invisible IR flashlight
  • 5 rifle profiles with 10 zero distances
  • Variable electronic reticles
  • One-shot zeroing with freeze function and zoom
  • First-focal plane reticle options
  • High resolution AMOLED display
  • Stadiametric rangefinder

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About Pulsar

Every Pulsar device is designed, manufactured and tested to ensure demanding professionals receive the most reliable, most advanced thermal and digital night vision performance the industry has to offer. The result of Pulsar’s commitment to industry-leading excellence is consistent world-class quality, precision engineering, seamless device operation and cutting-edge proprietary software. Pulsar produces an array of advanced optical devices designed for law enforcement, security, home defense and hunting applications, including thermal imaging and digital night vision monoculars and riflescopes, night vision binoculars and goggles, rangefinders, IR flashlights and related accessories. To learn more about Pulsar, visit www.pulsarnv.com

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