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Pard Nv007 Problem

Discussion in 'Night Vision Optics and Illumination' started by Old_Hunter, Aug 4, 2020.

  1. Luke82

    Luke82 Well-Known Member

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    Grazie. Per quanto riguarda invece l'intensità dei 3 livelli è possibile che solo a me capiti che tra il livello 2 e il livello 3 non ci sia quasi differenza. C'è molta differenza tra 1 e 2. Ma tra 2 e 3 non riesco a vederla
     
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    The difference between IR level 2 and 3 is tiny. Not worth the effort of switching.
     
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  3. Luke82

    Luke82 Well-Known Member

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    Grazie mille. Adesso sono più tranquillo
     
  4. ukzero1

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    That's why I have a seperate IR torch, just in case it's needed. I think it's been used twice in about 8 weeks.
     
  5. Luke82

    Luke82 Well-Known Member

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    Grazie! Il tuo torm è molto forte rispetto a IR2 e IR3 di pard? Posso chiederti un consiglio su qualche torre che costa poco ma è meglio di PARD IR? Grazie ancora
     
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    Thank you! Is your torm very strong compared to IR2 and IR3 of pard? May I ask you for advice on some torre that doesn't cost much but is better than PARD IR? Thank you again
     
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    T20 IR torch, but don't forget you will also need a mount to attach it to your scope.
     
  8. Luke82

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    Really? Is the T20 better than pard IR already? I don't think it costs much! All right, man. If so, thank you very much. If you even know a stronger one, tell me! You were precious to me. Thank you
     
  9. Luke82

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    Does it also work at 940 nm
     
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    Mi chiedo .. se funzionerà? Il prezzo è favoloso. Vediamo se altri hanno esperienza con T20 T38 T67 T75 o questa torcia nel tuo link
     
  12. Autodidact

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    The problem there is the lack of an SD card I think, there's nowhere for the device to store the file (as the file rapidly becomes too big for RAM) ...

    I'd suggest putting an SD card in and formatting it with the PARD, and think this would likely fix the problem :thumb:
     
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    Autodidact Thought Criminal

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    It changes the distance between the LEDs and the lens thus adjusting how tight or wide the beam is**, you wouldn't see it with the naked eye it being IR and all (and viewing it through the PARD it'd just look like a slight change of intensity at close range, have you tried looking at something 100-150 yards away and adjusting it it? ) ...

    **Because science :p

    HTH :thumb:
     
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    I use a T20 or T38 with my 008 because it saves battery life in the Pard when I'm on a long session.
     
  15. Luke82

    Luke82 Well-Known Member

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    [QUOTE = "Autodidact, post: 3143892, member: 53021"] Cambia la distanza tra i LED e l'obiettivo regolando così quanto è stretto o largo il raggio **, non lo vedresti ad occhio nudo essendo IR e tutto (e guardandolo attraverso il PARD sembrerebbe solo un leggero cambiamento di intensità a distanza ravvicinata, hai provato a guardare qualcosa a 100-150 metri di distanza e regolarlo?) ...

    ** Perché la scienza : p

    HTH :pollice:[/ QUOTE]
    [QUOTE = "Autodidact, post: 3143892, member: 53021"] Cambia la distanza tra i LED e l'obiettivo regolando così quanto è stretto o largo il raggio **, non lo vedresti ad occhio nudo essendo IR e tutto (e guardandolo attraverso il PARD sembrerebbe solo un leggero cambiamento di intensità a distanza ravvicinata, hai provato a guardare qualcosa a 100-150 metri di distanza e regolarlo?) ...

    ** Perché la scienza : p

    HTH :pollice:[/ QUOTE]
    I tried it. I don't see much difference between level 2 and 3
     
  16. Luke82

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    [QUOTE = "Jonkem, post: 3143915, member: 46561"] Uso un T20 o T38 con il mio 008 perché consente di risparmiare la durata della batteria nel Pard quando sono in una lunga sessione. [/ QUOTE]
    Ok! Someone said that the T20 and T38 were not strong as they are LEDs and not lasers. I'm just interested in them being a little better than Pard's IR2 and IR3
     
  17. Autodidact

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    Like you I went "outboard" to save the battery power for the sights.

    I've got a little Nightfox XB5 (I got it because as well as adjustable focus, it has a knob to adjust the intensity and a tiny low intensity green LED in the switch/knob so you can see it's on from behind it), I haven't yet used the onboard IR and can't see a reason I'd need to to be honest :shrug:

    Both the PARD and the XB5 use 18650s so a freshly charged pair in them and a spare set in my pocket and they'll run longer than I can stay awake (which is more than I will ever need) :p, and it's surprising (to me at least) how long you get out of just one battery (if you don't use the illuminator) ;)

    Be well Jonkem :thumb:
     
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    [QUOTE = "Autodidact, post: 3143996, member: 53021"] Come te sono andato "fuoribordo" per risparmiare la carica della batteria per i mirini.

    Ho un piccolo Nightfox XB5 (l'ho preso perché oltre alla messa a fuoco regolabile, ha una manopola per regolare l'intensità e un minuscolo LED verde a bassa intensità nell'interruttore / manopola in modo da poter vedere che è acceso da dietro), Non ho ancora usato l'IR di bordo e non riesco a vedere un motivo per cui dovrei essere onesto : scrollata di spalle:

    Sia il PARD che l'XB5 usano 18650 quindi una coppia appena caricata e un set di scorta in tasca e funzioneranno più a lungo di quanto io possa rimanere sveglio (che è più di quanto avrò mai bisogno) : p, ed è sorprendente (per me almeno) quanto tempo rimani con una sola batteria ( se non usi l'illuminatore );)

    Stai bene Jonkem :pollice:[/ QUOTE]
    Hi, so your torches are stronger than pard IR3
     
  19. Autodidact

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    Mine's got a 5watt LED (apparently o_O), I've never checked to see if it's brighter -I got it so I didn't have to use the internal one and run the battery down that's running the sights ;)

    HTH :thumb:
     
  20. mealiejimmie

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    Unless I'm shooting at targets more than 150 yards away, I'd rather use the on board IR and keep a couple of spare batteries in my pocket than add the weight of an external IR.

    Cheers

    Bruce
     
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