7 Essential Ways to Take Care of Your Pard NV007 Night Vision Monocular
The Pard NV007 night vision scope is right there in affordability at around $500.00. The NV007 is a budget-friendly Night Vision Scope Attachment with quality far above the price tag. The unit can mount to any standard day scope, instantly converting it to a night vision scope. The PARD offers users the ability to use their scope between 4x – 28x magnification, the ability to record or live stream to a smartphone, and a laser pointer for instant target acquisition.
The NV-007 comes in a case that holds the device, coupler, battery, cloth, and charging cable, as well as for instructions and insulating tape for fitment to your scope’s eyepiece! The only thing that is missing is an SD card for recording images or video. It’s a tough little piece of kit, consisting of a black polymer shell, rubber eyepiece, and aluminum sleeve coupling. It weighs only 250 grams, so is light on the back of the scope you mount it to and does not strain it too much.
It measures 106x97x47mm but does not have a waterproof or resistance rating, so take note. It’s amazingly easy to mount to the eyepiece of your day scope and comes with a coupler made of aluminum that is a split sleeve arrangement and is tightened by two Allen screws. The scope’s eyepiece has to be less than 45mm diameter and some black insulating tape is provided to get a tight fit.
A night vision scope is a big investment. Once you have purchased a night vision scope you will want it to last as long as possible. Here are a few ways to make sure you get the longest life possible out of your Pard NV007 night vision monocular.
1. Avoid Bright Lights
This is the biggest night vision scope killer. Sunlight, flashlights, car headlights, and any other bright light source will seriously damage your night vision scope
2. Handle with Care
A good quality night vision scope is sturdy and built with high-quality resistant material. However, you still need to be gentle with them because they house delicate image intensifier tubes. Because of this, it is best to be very gentle and avoid any unnecessary impact.
3. Don’t Expose to Fog and Humidity
Your night vision scope is not friends with humidity and fog. They are actually enemies. Many high-quality night vision scopes can handle some moderate exposure to these elements, but any prolonged exposure will most likely seriously damage your scope.
Avoid abrasive cloths and detergents. The lens on your night vision scope is delicate and easy to scratch. Treat your night vision scope with care and use special tissues.
5. Remove the Batteries
Battery leakage will happen if you don’t use your night vision scope for a while. If you know that there might be a long period of time in between uses, it is better to be safe than sorry and remove your batteries before storing it. By doing this, you will avoid any battery leakage.
6. Store in the Right Temperature
Make sure you store your scope in a cool dry place too. Increased humidity can damage your gear.
7. Double Check Power
Make sure you turn your night vision scope off. If you accidentally leave your scope on, you are decreasing its tube life. Because the coating on the image intensifier tube is based on tech similar to photographic paper, it will burn an image on the night vision scope’s visual field.
The PARD NV007 night vision monocular is presently one of the best products in the world of sports optics. For a remarkably economical rate of 500 USD, this electronic night vision attachment delivers more than one can expect at this cost factor. We hope you could take care of it and enjoy it.