Night Vision (AVS-9)

Aviation Specialties Unlimited, Inc. (ASU) is a leading provider in aviation night vision technology. ASU's  N V onics™  family of night vision products includes L3 and Harris night vision goggles--TSO goggles now available. Our customers recieve the most advanced Gen III night vision technology which is now available white phosphor with better image clarity, more pixels per inch for better resolution, and reduced noise and halo. 

ASU offers a service plan to protect your NVG investment, learn more about our service plan opportunities at our NVG Service Center page.

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AN/AVS-9 White Phosphor

The new white phosphor nightvision goggle is the first technological breakthrough in aviation goggles since the Generation III goggle was introduced.

AN/AVS-9 White Phosphor


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  • Fully compatible with aircraft NVIS lighting systems
  • Mounting systems available for Gentex, Alpha, Gallet, Paraclete, and other flight helmets
  • FAA & EASA Flight Certifications
  • ASU’s white phosphor NVG exceeds all minimum performance requirements, as outlined in the RTCA document DO275
    “Minimum Operational Performance Standards for Integrated Night Vision Imaging System Equipment.”
  • 180 Day service and repair via our FAA Certified Part 145 repair station
 M949 Kits
9S1400-XX FOM: 1400 (max)
9S1600-XX FOM: 1600 (max)
9S1800-XX FOM: 1800 (max)
9S2000-XX FOM: 2000 (max)
9S1001-XX FOM: Unrestricted (max)


Justin Watlington, ASU director of pilot training and a retired Army National Guard pilot, said, “I have been flying with
nightvision goggles for 27 years and would characterize the new white phosphor system as a distinguished milestone in
NVG technology. From highly illuminated urban areas to the darkest mountain regions, the white phosphor NVGs
significantly outperformed traditional green phosphor NVGs.”