PVS-14-3AG Generation 3 PINNACLE tube. Minimum resolution 64 lp/mm. Comes with Tube Data Card.
Currently in use by US Armed Forces, the PVS-14 is the first choice for conducting combat operations to include dismounted terrain navigation in extremely low light conditions. The highly versatile PVS-14 system can be used as a hand-held or hands-free single eye goggle, or as a night vision weapon system when coupled to a daytime close quarters battle sight. Each system ships with a fully adjustable Head-mount Assembly and adapter to allow right or left eye use.
Simple user controls include a 3-position switch (OFF/ON/Momentary and constant IR). The system’s Generation 3 image tube features Automatic Brightness Control and is protected by fully-automated sensors that shut off the unit within seconds if accidentally exposed to bright light. Sophisticated electronics turn off the PVS-14 when removed from the head or helmet mount or when shifted into to the “UP” position.
Light weight, rugged and waterproof, the PVS-14 is a powerful performer for use in confined as well as open spaces.
PVS-14 Night Vision Monocular
Head Mount Assembly
Swing Arm Adapter
1x f1.12 Objective Lens Assembly
Magnification: 1x (3x, or 5x optional)
Lens System: 26mm f1.2
Field of View @1000 Yards: 40° or 2184 ft
Range of Focus: 10″ to 8
Detection Range: 1148 ft
Recognition Range: 984 ft
Diopter Adjustment: +2 to -6
Weather Resistant: Waterproof to 66 ft
Camera Adaptable: Yes
IR Illuminator: Yes
Battery Type/Life: AA(1) /40 hours
Dimensions: 4.5″ x 2.25″ x 2″
Weight: 13.8 oz
Operating Temperature: -60°F to 125°F or -40°C to +50°C
Warranty: 2 Years
3X MIL SPEC AFocal Lens
5X MIL SPEC AFocal Lens
MIL SPEC Headgear
MIL SPEC Helmet Mount
Swing Arm Adapter
Mil Spec Weapon Mount
500 meter Long Range IR Illuminator
IR Base Adapter
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