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ATN's PS15-4 Night Vision Goggles Offer G4 Autogated/Filmless Tubes

June 15, 2010  | 

The PS15-4 from American Technologies Network (ATN) is a compact, lightweight dual night vision goggle system utilizing two autogated/filmless image intensifier tubes that improve operational effectiveness for night vision goggle users.

Autogated/filmless tubes provide a higher signal-to-noise ration than standard Generation 3 tubes resulting in better image quality under low-light conditions and further improves image resolution under high-light conditions with a reduced halo effect that minimizes interference from bright light sources. The dual-tube design provides increased depth perception and outstanding clarity. A built-in IR lets the user easily read a map and function in a total darkness environment.

The ATN PS15-4 Night Vision Goggle System allows for hand-free use and comes with a goggle kit, lithium battery, lens tissue, lens cap, instructions and warranty card in a soft carrying case.

An optional 3X A focal lens is available turning the PS15-4 into a binocular. Other options available include Universal Helmet Mount Kit, MICH Helmet Mount Kit, PASGT Helmet Mount Kit and an IR450-B4 Illuminator. ATN's PS15-4 Night Vision Goggle System is also available in Gen. 2+, CGT, HPT, Gen. 3, Gen. 3A, and Gen 3 ITT Pinnacle.

The ATN PS15-4 also features the Total Darkness IR system, Proshield Lens Coating, automatic brightness control, bright light cut-off, automatic shut-off system, low battery indicator, IR indicator, and an infrared illuminator built in with the flood lens.

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Stephen Chapin @ 9/10/2012 12:09 AM

Fantastic night vision binoculars. Advanced and very handy especially in difficult situations like rain, fog, or total darkness. Nice specifications that can very well suit military operations at night. One thing to consider about this post though is that, it doesn't show a picture of the gear mentioned. It could have been better if there is one so that people can view its beauty aside from its neat specs.

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