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Pard TD62-70 Multi-Spectral Riflescope

Each year, our team attends the IWA fair in Nuremberg, Germany, a key event for anyone interested in the latest developments in outdoor gear. It is a great opportunity to see what’s new in the industry. One of our regular stops is at the PARD booth, as they consistently introduce interesting novelties in night vision and thermal imaging technologies. Andraž took the opportunity to speak with Jacob from PARD about their 2024 product lineup. Among the products discussed, the Pard TD62-70 Multi-Spectral Scope stood out so we’re giving you a short overview of the product in this article.

Pard TD62-70 – What Is New?

The TD62-70 was launched at the end of 2023 and is PARD’s first foray into multispectral devices. The device combines thermal imaging and day/night vision, bringing together the best of both worlds. Although this concept isn’t exactly new, as we’ve seen it in devices from various competitors, it marks PARD’s introduction to this mixed technology approach.

Pard TD62-70 Multi-Spectral Scope

The thermal sensor features a resolution of 640×512 pixels with a pixel pitch of 12 μm and a NETD under 25mK, ensuring clear image quality even in low-contrast conditions. It offers 2x base magnification with a 2x digital zoom and operates at a frame rate of 50 Hz, which allows for smooth observation of moving targets. The human detection range is up to 1800 meters, and for vehicles, it extends to 3300 meters, which is quite impressive. The image processing is powered by PARD’s own developed IREA engine.

The visible light sensor is a CMOS type with a high resolution of 2560×1440 pixels, designed to capture detailed visible light images. It operates at a frame rate of 30 fps, backed by the PARD VLEA image engine for enhanced image quality. It offers 3.2x base magnification with a 2x digital zoom. The IR illuminator features VCSEL technology with three levels of power and an illuminating distance of up to 350 m, available in 850/940 nm wavelengths.

Pard TD62-70 Multi-Spectral Scope

The device features an IPS LCD display with a resolution of 800×800 pixels, offering six reticle styles and four reticle colors (Red, White, Yellow, Green) to suit different environments and preferences. There is also an option of capturing photos and recording videos that are stored on the internal 128 GB memory. Connectivity options include USB Type-C and HDMI output, with WiFi capability and support for the PardVision app. The power supply is secured with a Lithium Ion 21700 battery, providing up to 6 hours of operating time and can be externally powered via Type-C USB cable.

Pard TD62-70 Multi-Spectral Scope

The new TD62-70 boasts an IP67 protection rating, making it dust and waterproof, and can operate in temperatures from -20 to +50°C (-4 to +122°F). The housing is made of durable aluminum alloy, and the objective lens features all-glass multi-coated optics.

Final Thoughts: Cost and Pricing

The scope was officially launched and made available for purchase in the final months of 2023, meaning it’s already out there for anyone interested. When it comes to pricing, it’s worth noting that it can differ based on the specific setup you go for. However, if you’re eyeing the version decked out with the highest specs, you will be looking at a price tag of around 3999 €. Essentially, this price point is for the premium configuration, which means you’re getting the most bang for the buck. On top of that, PARD includes their standard 3-year warranty with the scope. We’re genuinely excited to see how the market responds to this latest addition from PARD to the multispectral device field.

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Our team visited the IWA 2024 fair this year and stopped by PARD's booth. Among their new products, we also checked out the Pard TD62-70 Multi-Spectral Scope.
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