The SPARC Solar red dot offers users up to 150,000 hours of battery life by implementing Auto D-TEC technology, which detects ambient light and automatically switches between solar and battery power as needed.
With motion activation, the SPARC SOLAR can be left in sleep mode and will automatically turn on when brought up for action. When enough solar power is present, the unit will work without a battery installed.
Fully multi-coated lenses and a larger aperture, 22mm sight window; the daylight bright, 2 MOA dot provides a precise point of aim featuring 10 daytime illumination settings and two night-vision compatible settings.
The SPARC Solar Red Dot can be mounted at two heights, lower 1/3 co-witness and a low mount option. A captive flip cover system secures to the battery cover—no more searching for caps when it’s time to cover those lenses.
Waterproof, shockproof and fogproof; the low glare, matte black anodized, single-piece chassis will stand up to whatever you throw at it.
The latest iteration of our SPARC series of red dots now harnesses the power of the sun for up to 150,000 hours of battery life, powering a reliable machine. Our smartest red dot to date, the SPARC SOLAR’s Auto D-TEC technology automatically switches from solar to battery power when the sun can’t power the dot to your choice of 10 daytime illumination settings and two night-vision compatible settings. Motion activation capable, the SPARC is always ready, and its daylight bright, 2 MOA dot provides a clear, precise point of aim.
The key thing to remember when using the SPARC Solar Red Dot is to keep both of your eyes open! Keeping both eyes open allows you to take full advantage of your peripheral vision. Eye placement is not critical. As long as you can see the dot, you’ll be on target. Note: When in night-vision mode, the reticle will only be visible with the use of a night-vision unit.
To turn the SPARC Solar on, press the “+” button. The red dot will automatically shut down after 14 hours. The SPARC Solar is equipped with motion activation. By allowing the unit to automatically shut down, the red dot will automatically turn on the next time. You can also turn the SPARC Solar off manually by pressing and holding the “-” button for approximately 5 seconds. This will disable the motion activation, and the red dot will not automatically turn on for your next use.
Solar Panel Power Supply
The SPARC Solar red dot operates by solar power (monocrystalline solar cell) and/or battery power, and is equipped with Auto D-TEC technology. In lower light conditions, the SPARC Solar will automatically draw power from the battery to power the LED. Under most outdoor, daytime conditions, the SPARC Solar will operate exclusively on solar power. Indoor lighting is not sufficient to power the SPARC Solar using solar power alone and will need to draw power from the battery to operate.
Turrets are used to adjust the point-of-impact and are marked in Minute of Angle (MOA). There are two turrets on your red dot.
The turret on the top of the red dot is the Elevation Turret and is used to adjust the point-of-impact up and down.
The turret on the right-hand side of the red dot is the Windage Turret and is used to adjust the point-of-impact left and right.
To Attach To Rail:
1. Attach the unit to the rail/base with solar panel slanting forward.
2. Make sure the mount is solidly seated in the base groove. Position the red dot so you have at least four inches of eye relief.
3. Be sure the base clamp is hooked around the outside of the rail/base.
4. Press the red dot downward and forward. Then, firmly tighten the base clamp bolt using the torx wrench. Using a torque wrench, torque the base screws to 20 in/lbs.