Pulsar delivers new PB881 Power Bank for thermal and digital night vision

03/8/18 10:30 AM | by

(Photo: Pulsar)

Pulsar’s PB881 delivers more juice to thermal and digital night vision devices. (Photo: Pulsar)

Pulsar offers thermal and digital night vision shooters a new way to power devices without having to lug multiple batteries into the field, launching the PB881 Power Bank.

The PB881 Power Bank is a lithium-ion external battery pack. Featuring a USB rechargeable design with a 5,100 mAh capacity, the Power Bank provides up to 20 hours of continuous use on one charge.

Constructed from ABS plastic, Pulsar says the device can tackle the elements with its shockproof and IPX7 waterproof ratings. Weighing only 7.8-ounces, the compact Power Bank mounts to weapons with a compatible rail system.

(Photo: Pulsar)

The unit is rechargeable, shipping with a micro USB cable. (Photo: Pulsar)

Pulsar says the device’s most useful feature is its built-in, push button charge level indicator. The indicator allows users to see the charging level of the Power Bank to confirm battery level.

The company said the device is ideal for shooters who want to circumvent having to store extra batteries.

Everyone loves thermal and digital night vision, but not everyone loves constantly buying and switching out batteries,” Pulsar said in a press release. “For those looking to break the routine of trips to the store for batteries, Pulsar has a new lithium-ion PB8I Power Bank.”

The PB881 ships with a micro USB cable for charging. No word yet on pricing or availability.

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