Elcan SpecterDR Dual Role 1x-4x Optical Sight
The Elcan SpecterDR 4x- 1x Dual Role Optical Sight was designed to be the first truly dual field of view combat optical sight. The 1x-4x sight offers the best single solution for both Medium Range and CQB engagements and is designed to withstand the rigors of modern professional use. It switches instantly from a 4x magnified sight to a 1x CQB sight with the throw of a lever. Unlike zoom sights, the Elcan 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 Elcan SpecterDR Dual Role 1x-4x Optical Sight offers a generous field of view, long eye relief, and ELCAN’S legendary crystal clear image. The optical housing has a 32mm objective lens and an 8mm diameter exit pupil, which provides excellent vision in low light levels. It also provides for rapid target acquisition and identification at short, intermediate, and long ranges. The sight incorporates LED’s for red dot and reticle illumination under CQB or low light conditions. The ballistically compensated reticle consists of a cross hair with horizontal stadia lines for shooting at various ranges.
|Length||153 mm nominal|
|Width||74 mm nominal|
|Height||78 mm nominal|
|Weight||660 g nominal|
|Reticle||Dual thickness ballistic crosshair with user selectable red dot, VSOR rangefinder, and area fire circles.|
|Aiming Dot Diameter||1.5 MoA @ 4x
6 MoA @ 1x
|Ballistic Correction||Dual thickness ballistic crosshair with user selectable red dot, VSOR rangefinder, and area fire circles.|
|DFOV14-C1||CX5395 reticle: 100-600 m for 5.56 carbine, 700-1000 m for 5.56 mm LMG|
|DFOV14-C2||CX5396 reticle: 100-600 m for 7.62 rifle, 700-1000 m for 7.62 mm LMG|
|CQB Offset||<44 mm @ 60 m|
|Field of View||26 deg @ 1x
6.5 deg @ 4x
|FoV @4x||11.4 m @ 100 m
(34.2 ft @ 100 yds)
|FoV @1x||48.8 m @ 100 m
(146.3 ft @ 100 yds)
|Illumination Source||Battery powered LED|
|Crosshair Illumination||5 settings AN/PVS-22 compatible|
|Red Dot Illumination||5 settings AN/PVS-22 compatible|
|Eye Relief||70 mm|
|Entrance Pupil||32 mm|
|Exit Pupil||8 mm|
|Nominal Focus||150 m @ 4x
70 m @ 1x
|Fixed Focus range||20 m to infinity|
|Battery Type||DL 1/3N (3v Lithium)|
|Battery Life||600 hours minimum 3000 hours average|
|Exterior Finish||Hard anodized aluminum gray/black color|
|Adjustment Resolution||0.5 minute of angle|
|Adjustment Range||120 minutes of angle|
|Base Requirement||Mil-Std-1913 ‘Picatinny Rail’|
|Waterproof||66 ft for 2 hours|
SpecterDR Quick Zero Guide
For detailed zeroing information please refer to the user’s manual.
The following procedure is provided for users familiar with optical combat sight zeroing.
1. Set the magnification to 4X when zeroing!
2. Azimuth zeroing uses the windage screw found at the front of the mount. Rotate the front left windage screw clockwise to move the point of impact to the left; counter clockwise to move to the right. Each click of the windage screw moves the point of impact by one-half MOA (approximately 1/2” at 100 yards). Figure 2-4
3. Elevation zeroing uses the elevation dial the bottom rear of the mount. Unlock the zeroing lock (silver tab) by raising it up as far as it will go. Be sure that the lock pin at the bottom of the zeroing lock is fully disengaged from the elevation dial.
4. Adjust the elevation dial as required. Each click of the elevation dial moves the point of impact by one-half MOA (approximately 1/2” at 100 yards). Turn the dial to the Right to Raise the point of impact, turn to the Left to Lower the point of impact.
When satisfied with elevation zero, lower the zeroing lock (silver tab) fully to lock the elevation zero at its current setting.