We offer green and white phosphor 10160 and 11769 image tube intensifiers for use in AN/AVS-6, AN/AVS-9, AN/PVS-14 and F5032 goggles and monocular NVG systems. Film, thin film, and unfilmed intensifiers available, FOM (Figure of Merit) 1400 to unlimited. TSO approved available.
Operators enjoy shorter lead times and faster delivery of ASU in-house manufactured product direct from ASU headquarters in Boise, Idaho. ASU manufactures night vision imaging systems like the digital PVS-14, PVS-7, and aircraft PMA parts, specialized toolkits, and nitrogen purge kits to service and maintain NVGs. ASU customers have enjoyed new products like the Aeronox NVG mount and battery pack and can look forward to more NVIS advancement from ASU’s new product development team. The skilled technicians of ASU’s aircraft services are continually developing NVIS solutions for new avionics equipment and building their already robust capabilities list.
ASU’s NVG Service Center is your one source for service, certification, and maintenance that to ensure the safe use of your goggles for many years. In addition to NVGs, aviation customers depend on ASU for night vision imaging system or NVIS integration which includes NVIS lighting modifications, certification, and ongoing support with approved parts and Engineering Change Orders or ECOs. As a trusted night vision integrator, ASU is proud to give our customers the highest quality night vision capabilities.
There were a number of goggle vendors out there, and we looked at all of them when we started our NVG Program, and ASU rose to the top. We had some feedback from other customers that had positive experiences with them. That’s when the exploration started, and we developed a relationship with them in early 2008. The crews that are using them are very happy with them. There are lots of vendors out there but what brings companies to the top is customer service and customer relations and being open and honest with us. We are very pleased and look forward to a long lasting relationship moving forward.
Jerry Slit, Life Flight Program Coordinator – Geisinger Health Systems