The original Yukon Ranger was launched in the UK in 2006 and was one of the first Digital Night Vision Devices available.
It was hugely popular, selling in excess of 5000 units until being discontinued in late 2014. Yukon have now released
the latest model in the series in the form of the Ranger LT 6.5x42.
this Digital Night vision scope features an integrated LED IR illuminator with 940nm wavelength that is practically invisible to the naked eye, 6.5x magnification,
5° field of view and a CMOS sensor giving a 640x480 resolution on a LCD display. The night vision Ranger LT 6.5x42 hosts an impressive
battery life, with 6-12 hours of operation depending on the selected mode and as with all Digital Night Vision Devices
it can be turned on during the day without fear of damaging the unit.
Night Vision Ranger LT Features:
240 to 350m
The device is equipped with two integrated LED IR illuminator a short range covert 940nm IR illuminator and a high power
long range IR illuminator which features a 15-stage power adjustment range, allowing the user to use the device for a
wide range of operating distances.
The Ranger LT 6.5x42 uses a black and white CMOS 640x480 resolution sensor.
Blue icons and numbers are used on the data panel on the lower portion of the screen to display the current information in
regards to the status of the device without interfering with the image being observed.
The device is powered by 6x AA batteries that can power the device for 6-12 hours depending on the mode of operation and
if the integrated IR illuminator is in use.
Quick replacement of batteries
The batteries are contained in a special holder that is inserted into the battery compartment of the device. This means that
even in the toughest conditions users can quickly and easily change the batteries without any hassle and the unit is
supplied with an additional battery holder.
External power supply
The devices operation time can be significantly extended through the use of an external power supply that can be connected
via the power jack.
The unit features a video output jack allowing the user to connect an external recording device or transmit the image to
a secondary screen, such as a TV or monitor.
Protection against bright light sources
Digital night vision is resistant to bright light exposure, making it far more robust that image intensified night vision.