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Morovision Night Vision 10X Adapter for Monocular and Goggles

September 1, 2006
Applicable to PVS-14 Monoculars and PVS-7 Goggles, the Morovision 10X Lens Adapter can be quickly fitted into the filter thread of the objective lens of a system, converting it into a long-range night sighting device. The 10X lens offers a relative four-degree field of view, depending on the amount of ambient light available during operation. The lens adapter can also be used as a standalone 10x 40mm daytime spotting scope.

N-Vision Optics Tactical Night Vision Monocular

March 1, 2006
N-Vision Optics’ GT-14 is a new ultra compact tactical multi-purpose night vision monocular. In addition to the main features of existing models , the 11-ounce unit comes with a choice of Gen 3 image intensifier tubes. GT-14 can be used while hand held, head mounted, helmet mounted as a single eye goggle, or weapon mounted as a night scope.

Pelican Products Night-Vision Compatible Light

November 1, 2005
In response to a need for portable night-vision friendly light, Pelican Products’ VB3 2220NV LED, the latest addition to its VersaBrite line, is designed to meet the need for portable, night-vision-friendly light. The VB3 2220NV LED provides more than 100 hours of burn time. The twin red LEDs preserve night vision while generating 5.5 lumens for tasks such as map reading.

Mini Monocular

August 1, 2004
The USNV-14 "Mini" Monocular from U.S. Night Vision Corp. features the latest U.S. Generation 3 technology to meet the rigorous demands of SWAT teams. The USNV-14 is able to guard against sudden surges in light source intensity and features an infrared illuminator for use in extreme low-light environments.
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