Ready to own the night, the TD32 Multispectral Riflescope from PARD checks all the boxes for a successful hunt. This includes long-distance thermal detection, high-definition night vision, a ballistics calculator, and a laser rangefinder. And to ensure that your friends believe the story of your latest hunt, the platform includes the ability to capture photos and video.
The PARD TD32 Multispectral Riflescope
Constructed of an aluminum alloy housing, the TD32 maintains a lightweight of only 800g (w/o battery). In addition, the IP67 waterproof rating means it can withstand submersion in 1 meter of water for half an hour. Likewise, the scope is recoil-proof to 6000J for high-caliber operation.
The 384×288 resolution IR thermal sensor, combined with 35mm All-glass Multi-coated lens, ensures a rich contrast and bold resolution. Likewise, the 2.4x optical magnification, 2x digital magnification, 12µm pixel pitch, and ≤25mK Noise Equivalent Temperature Difference (NETD) provide long-distance thermal imaging.
In addition, the 1,200-yard integrated laser rangefinder seamlessly feeds data to the onboard ballistics calculator. As a result, you can be sure that you are dialed in at any range.
An integrated CMOS 1920*1080 visible light sensor combines a 50mm lens, 4.5-9x magnification, 6.4°x3.6° FOV, and visibility down to .001 lux. Correspondingly, the VCSEL IR illuminator, available in 850nm or 940nm, provides 3 intensity levels and directional focus out to 350m. This ensures positive target identification in low to no light conditions.
Featuring an 800×800 IPS LCD display, both thermal imaging and night vision can display independently or simultaneously via picture-in-picture (PIP). This provides a clear heat signature and night vision depth perception. Included in the display are six reticle styles, four reticle colors, and six thermal image modes.
In addition, a removable TF card (up to 128GB) allows the capture of 2592×1944 HD images and 1024×768 video. Likewise, wi-fi connectivity connects the TD32 to your computer, tablet, or phone through the free PARDVision app. Additional internal features include HOT image tracking, a gyroscope, loop recording, an electronic compass, and a microphone.
Operating on a single rechargeable/removable battery, the TD32 provides ≤6 hours of operation.
The PARD Dual Spectra Imaging TD32 Scope is available now with an MSRP of $4,099.00. For more info, please visit Pard.com.