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Vision Systems -> Night Vision Systems


Night Vision Systems




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Infrared LED Illuminator works with night vision devices.

Infrared LED Illuminator works with night vision devices.

Laser Devices, Inc.    Monterey, CA 93940
Mar 14, 2013 Equipped with high-definition, aspherical, telescopic lens technology, SPIR (Special Purpose IR LED Illuminator) provides high power (<600 mW), low power (<300 mW), eye-safe IR LED illuminator that can be paired with any tactical laser to provide illumination forácivilian, law enforcement, and military applications. Solution has operational range of up to 1,500 m and collimated 2░ to 30░ adjustable beam; it can be handheld or mounted to any MIL-STD-1913 rail using Quick Release HT Mount.

Infrared Emitters have peak wavelength of 850 nm.

Infrared Emitters have peak wavelength of 850 nm.

Opto Diode Corp.    Newbury Park, CA 91320
Apr 19, 2012 Based on gallium aluminum arsenide (GaAlAs) technology, OD-250 delivers uniform optical beam and has total output of 250 mW (typ) and min output of 160 mW. Spectral bandwidth is 40 nm at 50%, with half intensity beam angle at 110░. Suited for imaging in military and security applications, emitter features metal surfaces that are gold-plated and 4 wire bonds on die corners for redundancy. Standard 3-lead TO-39 package can be stored/operated in temperatures from -40 to 100░C.

GaAlAs IR Emitters  provide uniform optical beam.

GaAlAs IR Emitters provide uniform optical beam.

Opto Diode Corp.    Newbury Park, CA 91320
Apr 11, 2012 Designed especially for military imaging applications, Model OD-110W features total output power of 140 mW, with peak emission wavelength at 850 nm. Power dissipation is 1,000 mW at absolute max ratings of 25░C (case) with continuous forward current of 500 mA. Housed in hermetically sealed, 3-lead, TO-39 package with gold-plated surfaces, emitter has 4 wire bonds on die corners. Device operates from -40 to 100░C with peak forward current of 1.5 A and reverse voltage of 5 V.

Un-cooled Thermal Weapons Sight weighs less than 1 kg.

Un-cooled Thermal Weapons Sight weighs less than 1 kg.

Meprolight    Or-Akiva 30600  Israel
Sep 23, 2011 Using microbolometer technology, NOA NYX offers precise target detection and engagement in dust, smoke, and complete darkness. Sight can be used as handheld observation device or fitted to light machine guns, assault rifles, and submachine guns using MIL-STD-1913 rail system. Long-range capability also makes it suitable for sharpshooter rifles with x2 and x4 digital zoom, to detect man-sized targets at up to 900 m. Video output can be fed to remote screen and/or recording equipment.

Binoculars maintain sharp focus on moving targets.

Binoculars maintain sharp focus on moving targets.

Steiner Binoculars    Moorestown, NJ 08057
Jun 15, 2009 With 1,000 yd field of view, Wildlife Pro ULTRA-SHARP 8x30 allows for sharp focusing on moving targets and in low-light conditions. Integral Sports Autofocus System makes objects sharp without need to manually refocus from 30 yd to infinity, while ULTRA-SHARP focus fingertip adjustment requires miniscule touch of ribbed fingertip wheel to fine-tune sharpness or focus on nearby objects (within 6 ft). Adjustments for left and right eye can be made to accommodate individual users.

Night Vision System is designed for maritime applications.

FLIR Systems, Inc.    Wilsonville, OR 97070
Apr 01, 2009 Measuring 7 in. in dia and 10.9 in. tall, M-Series system incorporates thermal night vision camera with 26░ field of view and micro-lux low-light camera for optimized visibility during twilight hours. System is housed in rugged, waterproof gimbal enclosure that provides continuous 360░ pan and ▒90░ tilt capability. It incorporates Ethernet connectivity, 3.6 x 5.7 in. joystick control unit, and position control and display feature. Gimbals can be mounted in ball-up or ball-down orientation.

Camera offers night vision and laser detection capabilities.

Camera offers night vision and laser detection capabilities.

SUI    Princeton, NJ 08540
Mar 27, 2008 NIR/SWIR can see from near IR to shortwave IR portions of light spectrum. It utilizes indium gallium arsenide-night vision technology to detect and track broad range of battlefield IR lasers and can detect light wavelengths from 0.7-1.7 microns. Available in camera packages with 320 x 256 or 640 x 512 resolution, cameras are suited for various military as well as industrial machine vision applications.

Weapon Sight enables night vision.

Weapon Sight enables night vision.

N-Vision Optics    Burlington, MA 01803
Jul 05, 2007 Featuring wide diameter ocular piece that provides 100% image coverage, Model GT-22 mounts in front of daytime scope on any weapon equipped with MIL-STD 1913 rail. Unit can operate on 1 or 2 AA batteries for tactical power management. Centrally located push-to-turn power control switch, focusing ring, and remote pressure switch ensure rating among all tactical units.

Night Vision Monocular is designed as multi-purpose system.

Night Vision Monocular is designed as multi-purpose system.

N-Vision Optics    Burlington, MA 01803
Jul 05, 2007 Weighing under 11 oz, GT-14 can be used as hand-held monocular; head- or helmet-mounted, single-eye goggle; or weapon-mounted night scope. Unit combines features used by law enforcement and US military, with Generation 3 image intensifier tubes, integrated IR illuminator, and automatic brightness control. Compatible with weapon-mounted IR laser aiming and illuminating devices, submersible unit is shockproof and waterproof.

Night Vision Modules attach to high-definition cameras.

Electrophysics Corp.    Fairfield, NJ 07004
Jun 29, 2007 Designed for Sony's HVR-Z1, HVR-A1, and HDR-SR1 cameras, AstroScope Night Vision Modules enable cameras to deliver HD-quality images in low light. Central intensification unit transforms dark, moonlit, or starlit nights into bright, high-resolution scenes. Adapters deliver sharp detail and quality full-frame images with no vignetting. They are suited for video and photo applications in professional broadcast, law enforcement, and military sectors.

Spot Radiometer measures full range of NVIS radiance.

Gamma Scientific    San Diego, CA 92123 1876
Aug 02, 2006 NVG-4040 performs NVIS-A, NVIS-B, and NVIS-C radiance measurements and is optimized for full range of photopic measurements. Device features 50 mm macro lens, user adjustable apertures of 5, 2, 1, 0.5, 0.33, and 0.1░, NVIS-compatible touch screen, threshold-detection alarm, and automated USB interface. Conforming to MIL-L-85762A and MIL-STD-3009, unit is designed for measuring displays and instrument panels used with night-vision goggles.

PTZ Dome Camera works in daytime and nighttime conditions.

PTZ Dome Camera works in daytime and nighttime conditions.

Extreme CCTV Surveillance Systems    Burnaby V5A 3C2  Canada
Jul 19, 2006 Utilizing mechanical filter technology, EXPB-001 Performance Bundle provides turnkey, 24/7 PTZ (pan-tilt-zoom) speed dome solution that delivers daytime color vision as well as up to 200 ft of active-infrared night vision under dual UF500 Infrared Illuminators. Camera features 23x optical zoom and uses Gold Optics IR technology. All mounting hardware is included and designed to fit directly on pole.

Night Vision Camera System enables 24/7 surveillance.

Night Vision Camera System enables 24/7 surveillance.

KAPPA opto-electronics Inc.    Monrovia, CA 91016
Jan 06, 2006 Suited for infantry and personal security, video-based Night Vision System provides night vision at 0.00047 lx min illumination without image intensifier. Product weighs 290 g and features 12-bit digital signal processing, 50 cm to infinity focus range, and -5 to +2 diopter adjustment. Adaptable lenses provide FOV of 8-80░. Usable in pitch dark as well as bright sunlight, system includes dynamic range enhancement feature that provides clearer view in fog, haze, smoke, or rain.




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