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Elbit Systems white phosphor PVS-14 Night Vision Monocular

Elbit Systems white phosphor PVS-14 Night Vision Monocular

Night vison

Regular price $3,500.00 USD
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The PVS-14 is the most widely used monocular night vision device by western military forces. Weighing less then 13 ounces, this unit is capable of being helmet mounted or used as a handheld device. These PVS-14s are full U.S. Milspec Noctis Technologies kits with quality lenses as well as being able to accept Rochester Precision Optics. With features like Variable gain control, onboard infrared illumination, waterproof/shockproof housing, and only needing 1 AA battery for 40 hours of runtime, the PVS-14 is a great option for new and seasoned end users. These units will have Noctis Technologies milspec lenses and Elbit Systems white phosphor gen. 3 image intensifiers. Milspec Noctis lenses provide superior clarity, minimal lense flare and edge distortion compared to other brands. The Elbit intensifier types range from MH to YH. YH meets milspec ground spot spec requirements while MH has a minimum FOM of 2376, 33-SNR, 72-RES, and a max HALO of .9 with actual specs usually much higher.  Purchase includes, Unit, hard case, battery, and spec sheets.

PVS-14 Lense options:

Noctis Technologies U.S. Milspec

-Good light transmission, resolution, and lens flare suppression

-Very low edge distortion

Rochester Precision Optics 3.0

-Light weight lense assembly and diopter assembly

-Lower profile then Noctis lenses

-Excellent light transmission

-Very good center resolution, clarity, and flare suppression

PVS-14 MNVD features

-Manual gain control with MX-11769, Photonis, and certain NNVT intensifiers

-AA battery powered with approximately 40 hours of runtime

-On board infrared illuminator

-Waterproof and robust housing

-Kit includes Soft pouch, rubber eyecup, retainer cord, and operators manual.




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