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    Black Infra Red

    Can such be bought for use on a NV scope?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morgy View Post
    Can such be bought for use on a NV scope?

    if you mean Infra red illumination yes it can you can make some very cheaply ok for close range Airgunning or spend a fortune very long range fox etc

    ​lots of torches do IR drop ins now

    ATB

    Duncan

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    Try one of these: Night Master 800-IR

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barkingsnake View Post
    Try one of these: Night Master 800-IR
    I think Taclight have just launched a new IR LED which is less visible (more 'black') then the usual 850nm ones - if this is what you mean by black IR.
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    I noticed that some trail cameras seem to utilise black IR, as the normal IR gives off a red light, so I thought maybe, you could buy Black IR illuminator off the shelf for use on a NV rifle scope?

    ScoutGuard Black IR Long Range Trail CameraThe ScoutGuard SG560K-8M is able to capture high resolution pictures and video with a very high picture quality and clarity, long battery life, fast trigger time, true black 940nm LEDs and a built in colour LCD display. 32GB memory card support and VGA quality video.What also sets the Scoutguard SG560K-8M apart from the competition is the new patented PIR technology that constantly delivers up to 25 meter range and 55 degrees.Uniform night vision is also achieved with a diffractive glass cover providing fantastic night vision results and what's more because is black IR, its totally invisible.
    Last edited by Morgy; 09-04-2013 at 09:44.

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    They are running up the bandwidth at 940nm, no good chap you will only see it with digi or gen3 even then not at any distance.

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    Camo304 is correct.

    The Nightmaster NM800IR is as near covert as possible with a device other than Digital or Gen 3.

    Buy Night Master 800IR Pulsar Digisight Infrared illuminator Kit - shop at suppliers Scott Country

    Nightmaster ARE soon to be doing a Covert version, however it is the NM200 and offers much less illumination in terms of distance. (circa 150m)

    Laserluchs do a stealth version also, however it is negligible in anything but completely dark conditions.

    Regards

    Paul

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    Thanks very much guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Country View Post
    The Nightmaster NM800IR is as near covert as possible with a device other than Digital or Gen 3.
    What wavelength are Gen 1 and Gen 2 sensitive to?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barkingsnake View Post
    What wavelength are Gen 1 and Gen 2 sensitive to?
    Something like 630 if I remember correctly

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