• SpecterDR DFOV14

    $2,712.00 $2,358.00

    Free Killflash (ARD) and Flip Cover Set with purchase of this ELCAN.

    The SpecterDR 4x/1x Dual Role Optical Sight represents a revolution in optical sight design. The world’s first truly dual field of view combat optical sight, the SpecterDR switches instantly from a 4x magnified sight to a 1x CQB sight with the throw of a lever. Unlike zoom sights, the SpecterDR offers an optimized optical path and identical eye relief in both 4x and 1x modes.

    Depending upon the situation, the user may adjust the sight to illuminate the crosshair or just a brilliant red dot in the center. In 1x mode, the SpecterDR has by far the largest field of view in the industry. In 4x mode the SpecterDR offers a generous field of view, long eye relief, and ELCAN’S legendary crystal clear image.

    The SpecterDR 4x/1x offers the best single solution for both Medium Range and CQB engagements and is designed to withstand the rigors of modern professional use.


    The SpecterDR™ Dual Fields-of-View (DFOV) sight provides both close quarter and precision fire ranged capability in a single package.
         Whether utilizing the Red Dot in 1x or 1.5x magnification or the ranging reticle in 4x or 6x mode, the SpecterDR™ DFOV sight provides ultra-wide viewing angles for optimal situational awareness and unmatched low-light performance. The SpecterDR™ DFOV sight allows the user to safely and effectively transition in and out of building for close quarter or extended range without changing sights.

    The 1x or 1.5x FOV provides a generous viewing angle (24° in the 1-4x and 16° in the 1.5-6x version) and an extremely fast, "both eyes open" target acquisition capability.

    The second FOV provides 4x or 6x magnified sight (FOV 6° & 4° respectively), a range compensating reticle, long-range target identification and precision marksmanship capability.

    The two unique fields-of-view are easily and quickly interchanged by means of the patent-pending, locking lever mechanism on the side of the optical housing.

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    The DFOV14 SpecterDR is a revolutionary optical design that combines the best of close and precision fire ranged combat features into a single, low profile Dual Field-Of-View (DFOV) sight. Unlike typical sights with zoom mechanisms, the SpecterDR offers an optimized optical path and identical eye relief design in both 4X and 1X modes.

    SpecterDR with its Dual-Role capability, comes with an integrated LED that illuminates just the center in Red Dot (1.5 MOA) 1X mode and lets officers move safely through buildings or confined areas, and then switch instantly to (6 MOA) 4X Magnification, illuminating the crosshair for long range, low light use to accurately engage enemies at extended range without changing sights.  The reticle itself also has 5 Red LED illumination settings, 2 are NV compatible. When using the 4X Magnification, the ballistic reticle provides aiming marks for various extended ranges. Most ranges are labeled beside the aiming mark. The main horizontal line is intended to provide a reference to the marksman, which coincides with the 100 meter aiming point. This is the range you zero the sight to.

    Once in a while, the question comes up about why the reticle isn't illuminated across the entire crosshair and here is ELCAN’s official reply to it.

      “It's totally normal; the reason it doesn’t show completely across the vertical axis, or uneven in some cases, is because of the dual illumination feature, (the center dot and the cross hairs illuminating independently) the reticle is never illuminated fully across the entire crosshair with the single source of light. It's typical behavior “The DR has the dual illumination feature (dot or reticle) which is unique in the industry. One of the design aspects of this feature is a non-centered illumination of the reticle which gives these sorts of artifacts. The reticle is etched into the glass and is visible during the day regardless of the illumination setting. If you need to illuminate the reticle to enhance your targeting, it’s because the outside lighting is subdued. When viewed at night in conjunction with Night Vision or used at Dusk/Dawn or even in an overcast environment, an illumination of the entire reticle would be overkill and detrimental to the target area because it would wash out what you want (need) to see.”  

      I’d also like to point out that if the crosshair is too bright it could potentially damage your Night Vision Scope and interfere with your body’s natural Night Vision*. As the range increases, the size of your target area decreases, therefore the “feathered” edged illumination is an attribute, not a detriment. It would be like shining a flashlight at your face while trying to look outward into the dark. There is absolutely no reason to illuminate the outer edges of the reticle other that aesthetics.

         The Vertical Subtention Optical Rangefinder or VSOR allows the marksman to estimate the distance to targets by matching the height of a known object within the Field-Of-View. The vertical distance for range estimation is 76 centimeters or 30 inches. By selecting the set of rangefinder lines that best fit the object, the marksman may read the correct range at the top of the rangefinder. Once the range is known, the marksman may engage targets at the range by aiming from the appropriate ballistic aiming mark in the reticle.
     
          SpecterDR is half the weight and twice the capability of carrying two scopes, without compromise to mission effectiveness or reliability. Attached onto a Mil-Std-1913 Picatinny base with A.R.M.S. throw lever mounts, zeroing is incorporated in the integral mount.

    As part of their SOPMOD kit, Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane has purchased ELCAN optical sights under NSN:1240-01-533-0939, designated as the SU-230/PVS-C Articulated Telescope. Situational awareness in both magnifications is improved with Ultra-Wide viewing angles and unmatched viewing in low light conditions.
          The SpecterDR sight has two fields of view. The first is a 1X unity powered (reflex type) sight with an extra large 26°FOV (Field-of-View). The sight incorporates an LED illuminated red-dot reticle. This feature provides the shooter with a "both eyes open", extremely fast target acquisition, close combat sight that is necessary in modern urban warfare. The second is a 4X Magnified sight with a 6.5°FOV (Field-of-View) which provides long-range target identification and precision marksmanship capability out to 600 meters using a bullet drop compensated reticle.

     

     

    DFOV14

    DFOV156

    TFOV139

    Eye Relief

    70mm (2.756")

    (1X) 78.6mm

    Eye Relief

    70mm (2.756")

    (3X) 70.4mm

    Eye Relief

     

     

    (9X) 74.1mm

    FOV @ 100 Yards

    26º @ 1X / 48.8m / 146.3'

    16º @ 1.5X / 28.7m / 86' 

    16º at 1X

    FOV @ 100 Yards

    6.5º @ 4X / 11.4m / 34.2'

    4º @ 6X / 7m  / 21'

    06º at 3X

    FOV @ 100 Yards

     

     

    02º at 9X

    Coaxial Alignment

    <1.5 MOA between fields

    Optical Axis Height

    39mm

     

     

    Objective Lens Dia.

    30mm

    42mm (1.65")

     

    Magnification MOA

    Unity 1X 6 MOA

    1.5X 6 MOA

    Unity 1X  MOA

    Magnification MOA

    4X 1.5 MOA

    6X 1.5 MOA

    3X  MOA

    Magnification MOA

     

     

    9X MOA

    Ballistic Correction 5.56

    100 - 600m Carbine
    700 - 1000m LMG
     

    100 - 1000m NATO

    100 - 800m NATO

    Ballistic Correction 7.62

    100 - 1000m NATO

    100 - 1000m NATO

    Reticle Description

    Dual-Thickness Ballistic Crosshair w/Red Dot, VSOR Rangefinder, Area Fire (Beaten Path) Circles

    Reticle Model

    C1/T1 = 5.56 (CX5395) ; C2/T2 = 7.62 (CX5396)

    C1 = 5.56 (CX5455)
    C2 = 7.62 (CX5456)

    C1 = 5.56 (CX)
    C2 = 7.62 (CX)

    Illumination Source

    Battery Powered LED (650nm)

    Crosshair Illumination

    5 Brightness Settings Night Vision Compatible

    Red Dot Illumination

    5 Brightness Settings Night Vision Compatible

    CQB Offsets

     

     <44mm @ 60m

     

    Base Requirement

    MIL-STD-1913 Picatinny Rail (Weaver Compatible)

    Attachment

    A.R.M.S. Dual Throw Levers

    Quick-Disconnect Mount

    Combat Modes

    Iron Sight

    Combat Modes

    CQB

    Combat Modes

    Long Range

    Combat Modes

    Machine Gun

      5.56

    M4, M16, MK46, M249

    7.62

    M240, MK43 MK48, M60E4

    Weight w/Mount

    1.485 lbs / 674g / 23.8 oz. 1.687 lbs / 765g / 27 oz.

    1.9 lbs / 850g / 30.4 oz

    Size in mm (L x W x H)

    153 x 74 x 78

    183 x 75 x 73 

    265 x 81 x 74

    Size in inches (L x W x H)

    6.024 x 2.913 x 3.071

    7.205" x 2.953" x 2.874"

    10.43 x 3.19 x 2.91

    Zeroing Range

    ± 60 MOA

    ± 60 MOA

     

    Adjustment Resolution 

    0.5 MOA (Minute of Angle)

    0.1 mil/click Elevation & Windage

    Adjustment Range EL

    120 MOA (Minutes of Angle)

    Elevation +90 MOA / -30 MOA min

    Adjustment Range AZ

    120 MOA (Minutes of Angle)

    Azimuth +60 MOA / -60 MOA min

    Entrance Pupil Dia.

    28mm (1.102")

    42mm (1.654")

    (1X) 12mm

    Entrance Pupil Dia.

    28mm (1.102")

    42mm (1.654")

    (3X) 30mm

    Entrance Pupil Dia.

    28mm (1.102")

    42mm (1.654")

    (9X) 30mm

    Exit Pupil Dia.  

    8mm (0.315")

    7mm (0.2756")

    (1X) 11.7mm

    Exit Pupil Dia.  

    8mm (0.315")

    7mm (0.2756")

    (3X) 10mm

    Exit Pupil Dia.  

    8mm (0.315")

    7mm (0.2756")

    (9X) 3.33mm

    Fixed Focus Range 

    20m to infinity (.7874")

    Nominal Focus

    37.5m @ 1X / 150m @ 4X

    105m @ 1.5X / 300m @ 6X

    Battery Cover

    Lanyard Retained

     

    Internal Battery

    DL 1/3 N, 3V Lithium

    CR2032

    Battery Life

    600 Hrs Minimum @ Max Brightness / 3000 Hrs Typical

    300 Hrs Minimum @ Max Brightness / 2000 Hrs Typical

    Exterior Finish 

    Class III Hard Anodized Aluminum

    Color Options

    Grey/Black or FDE

    Grey/Black

    Grey/Black

    Operating/Storage Temp

    -50°F to +120°F (-45.56°C to +48.89°C)

    Waterproof 

    66' for 2 hours

    Environment Salt Fog

    >40 Hrs @ 5%

    Environment Chemical

    NBC & Cleaning

    Shockproof 

    450 g's


    The sight can quickly be re-configured to a 4x magnification telescopic scope by moving a lever on the side of the sight. This 4x configuration provides the shooter with long-range target identification, surveillance and with a precision marksmanship capability out to and beyond 600 meters range.