Tactical Night Vision

Aviation Specialties Unlimited, Inc. (ASU) is a leading provider in portable night vision devices. ASU's night vision goggles binoculars and monoculars are lightweight, rugged, and tested to military standards with handheld and mountable options.

AN/PVS-14 Night Vision Monocular

The AN/PVS-14 Night Vision Monocular is one of the most versatile night vision systems available today. It can be used as a hand-held pocket scope, a helmet mounted monocular, or a weapon sight when mounted in tandem with an infrared laser aimer or other night vision compatible primary optic.

AN/PVS-14 Night Vision Monocula uses a single military-grade image intensification tube. The optional white Phosphor Gen III tube, offers enhanced image clarity for excellent visual acuity and increased FOM for improved low-light performance.

Additional features include a low battery indicator located in the eyepiece and a built-in infrared LED for low light environments that provides short range illumination for activities such as map reading.


    Specifications

     

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    Specifications
    Length/Width/Height 11.4 cm L x 5.1 cm W x  5.6 cm H (4.5 in L x 2 in W x 2.2 in H)
    Weight 339g with battery (.75 lbs)
    Magnification 1X
    Minimum Focus Distance 25cm (9.8 in)
    Field of View 40°
    Objective Lens 27 mm (1.1 in)
    Eye Relief 25 mm (1 in)
    Diopter Adjustment +2 to -6
    Resolution Contact ASU for details
    Signal/Noise 21.9 : 1 (Min)
    FOM Contact ASU for details
    Power Source 1 AA battery
    Battery Life ~15 Hours at room temperature
    Mounts Head and helmet mount adapter
    Weapon Mount Adapter for Picatinny Rail (MIL-STD-1913/STANAG 2324)

    FEATURES

    • Hands-free or one-hand operation
    • Simple on/off, IR, and gain control
    • Built-in infrared LED for low-light environments
    • Compact and lightweight, reducing neck and head fatigue
    • Head, helmet, and weapon mounts available
    • Self-contained system operating on one AA battery
    • Low battery indicator in the eyepiece