The quick release 42mm adapter with precise screen positioning mechanism in the field of view of day optics designed for the Krypton.
A thermal imaging or digital night vision attachment mounted on daylight optics using a quick release PSP adapter can be removed and installed within seconds. The precise screen positioning mechanism enables the perfect alignment of the thermal or night vision image in the field of view of daylight optics for maximum viewing comfort.
Metal parts are widely used in the design and construction of the PSP adapters. The adapter body is milled from aluminum alloy for its high strength and light weight. The screws, retainer clip and pins are manufactured from steel.
A threaded joint ensures the rigid, gap-free tie-in of the attachment and PSP adapter. The adapter with the attachment is fixed on the lens of daylight optics by the retainer clip. It takes only a few seconds to remove or install the clips. The design makes it possible to install the adapter with the retainer clip on the right or the left side.
Fine positioning of attachment’s screen within the field of view
The position of the attachment’s screen can be adjusted in an optical sight or other daylight optics field of view by means of a specially designed mechanical part. Observation becomes complete, informative and smooth.
One of the insert rings supplied with the unit needs to be inserted in the adapter before mounting it on the lens of a daylight optical device (spotting scope, binocular or sight). The ring selection is determined by the outer diameter of the lens housing of the optical device. The moulded plastic rings provide gentle contact and a smooth fit with the day optic and improve the reliability and integrity of mounting.
Tolerance to temperature extremes
High temperature differences do not affect the operation or performance of the adapter. The adapter can be operated reliably in severe frost conditions without any adjustments when installed indoors.
The adapter is designed for long service as well as for use with daylight riflescopes mounted on large caliber hunting weapons.