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ITT Announces Morovision Night Vision as Authorized Distributor for Law Enforcement

July 11, 2008  | 

ITT Corporation has named Morovision Night Vision Inc. as its authorized U.S. law enforcement distributor of ITT Night Enforcer products—most notably the Night Enforcer NEPVS-14 model and associated parts and accessories.

The Night Enforcer NEPVS-14, based on the military product AN/PVS-14, is a Generation (Gen) 3 monocular device that allows the user to adjust the gain control in varying light conditions. It is the most widely fielded night vision device for law enforcement. This versatile unit can be handheld, head- or weapon-mounted, or adapted to a camera or camcorder.

Recently, ITT's Night Vision division announced that all Night Enforcer NEPVS-14 products will come equipped with its proprietary Pinnacle thin-filmed tube technology. This enhanced image intensifying tube improves clarity and resolution, and allows for a more seamless transition when switching from low-light to high-light areas.

"With today's increased demand for night vision products, we are confident that forming a partnership with a well-known distributor, like Morovision, will allow for an efficient flow of our products to our dealers and, ultimately, our federal and state and local law enforcement customers," said ITT Night Vision President Mike Hayman.

Hand-selected, preferred dealers will continue to carry ITT night vision products, like the Night Enforcer NEPVS-14, to serve the law enforcement community. Morovision Night Vision will serve as the authorized distributor that supplies dealers.

ITT Night Vision, based in Roanoke, Va., is the world's leading developer, producer and supplier of Gen 3 image intensifier technology for U.S. and allied military forces as well as the homeland security market.

To learn more, visit www.nightvision.com.

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