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Pard NV-007

Post by nealh » 31 Dec 2018, 20:37

My Pard NV-007 arrived today without a user manual.
Can someone tell me which end of the battery goes in first?
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Re: Pard NV-007

Post by phoenix » 31 Dec 2018, 20:50

Positive goes into the battery holder.
Negative to the screw in cap.
Give me an e mail address and I'll send you a manual in Word format.

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Re: Pard NV-007

Post by CustomRifleScopesUK » 31 Dec 2018, 21:22

nealh wrote:
31 Dec 2018, 20:37
My Pard NV-007 arrived today without a user manual.
Can someone tell me which end of the battery goes in first?
Cheers,
Neal

Email me buddy and i will send you a digital copy !

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Re: Pard NV-007

Post by nealh » 01 Jan 2019, 13:16

CustomRifleScopesUK wrote:
31 Dec 2018, 21:22
nealh wrote:
31 Dec 2018, 20:37
My Pard NV-007 arrived today without a user manual.
Can someone tell me which end of the battery goes in first?
Cheers,
Neal

Email me buddy and i will send you a digital copy !

Ash
Ash I sent you an email. Yours must be sending me to spam folder again.
also please add me to the group buy.
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Re: Pard NV-007

Post by CustomRifleScopesUK » 01 Jan 2019, 21:46

Not in my spam, i will PM you !

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Re: Pard NV-007

Post by Karlbird » 16 Feb 2019, 13:54

Sorry to resurrect an old thread - I bought a PARD and the Ma Ian is next to useless, a forum search lead me to this thread - would anyone please be willing to share the updated manual please?

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Re: Pard NV-007

Post by phoenix » 16 Feb 2019, 15:27

Karlbird wrote:
16 Feb 2019, 13:54
Sorry to resurrect an old thread - I bought a PARD and the Ma Ian is next to useless, a forum search lead me to this thread - would anyone please be willing to share the updated manual please?
You have an e mail with the updated manual attached

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Re: Pard NV-007

Post by Karlbird » 17 Feb 2019, 19:48

Much appreciated, thank you for that.

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Re: Pard NV-007

Post by 2011 fawcett » 18 Feb 2019, 09:46

How many variants of the 007 are there?
I have a Warden Adder bought in May 2018 which has a laser for the IR illuminator. I have noticed that the Blackwood Outdoors instructions refer to an LED IR illuminator............? There has been some discussion on lens size and software upgrades also. Would someone like to provide information on the various software and hardware updates to date? Also should one be unfortunate enough to format the memory and I can't understand why the system permits that, is the unit 'bricked' or can it be recovered

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Malcolm

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Re: Pard NV-007

Post by phoenix » 18 Feb 2019, 10:35

AFAIK There is one software up grade which can be applied to the early versions.
The difference is that the new software includes a "zero adjustment" feature that, when selected, puts a cross in the centre of the screen.
The position of the scope reticle on the display can be moved to coincide with the cross thus ensuring that the scope reticle is in the centre of the screen.
Once that is done the cross would normally be switched off
CRS built a mounting bracket so that the NV007 could be mounted on a rifle and use for short range ratting.
In this situation the cross becomes the aiming point

The only hardwar changes are to lens focal length.
Most have a 16mm lens. a very few early models had a 25mm lens (no longer available) and now there are 12mm lens models available because some people seem to like the lower magnification it provides.

All NV007s have 2 laser illuminators
There is a red visible pointer type laser and there is the main IR illuminator which uses one of the new generation vcsel lasers.
Because these vcsel lasers were new and had (to my knowledge) never been used as an IR illuminator before, and look more like an LED than a traditional laser, many people (myself included) assumed that the IR illuminator was an LED.
I/we were wrong the main IR illuminator is a laser, but a type which is much safer than previous generation lasers

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