Manufacturing:

300 Industrial Dr.

Mountain City, TN 37683

Tel: 423-727-5900

Fax: 423-727-6948

E-mail: info@nightline.us

Southern Tier Sales:

13501 SW 128th St.

Unit 217

Miami, FL 33186

Tel: 305-598-5357

Fax: 305-598-4846

 

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The NL914B™ Multi Battery Night Vision Monocular offers the user the performance and versatility of the AN/PVS-14 with the ability to use either one standard 1.5v AA battery or one 3v CR123 battery. The NL914B™ is a very versatile night vision system offering hand-held capability as a self contained pocketscope for left and right mountings as a monocular and quickly changed mountings on weapons sights in conjunction with an infrared laser aiming device. The system features variable gain, built in IR-Illuminator and automatic brightness control (ABC). The NL914B™ will mount or interface with standard AN/PVS-7B or AN/PVS-
7D helmet mounts or face masks.

 

 

 

 

 

The NL963B™ night vision goggles are based on the US military model AN/ PVS-7. The NL963B™ is intended for land use including vehicle driving, and is typically worn on a head mount or helmet mount. When using the helmet mount, the goggle will automatically shut off in the up position. The goggle and its adaptor are independently removable from the helmet strap.

An ON-OFF knob controls all of the features of the goggle. These controls can easily be operated using gloves.

 

 

 


 

 

The NL914A™ is based on the US Military model AN/PVS-14-A night vision monocular. The NL914A™ is a very versatile night vision system offering hand-held capability as a self contained pocketscope for left and right mountings. The NL914A™ will mount or interface with standard AN/PVS-7B or AN/PVS-7D helmet mounts or face masks. The monocular operates on a single AA battery and features variable gain, automatic brightness control (ABC), and a built in IR illuminator. Optional magnification with 3X or 5X afocal objectives is available to provide long-range observation.

 

 

 

Export of Night Vision devices is strictly prohibited without a valid export license issued by the US Department of State, Office of Defense Trade Controls,

prescribed in the International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR), Title 22, Code of Federal Regulations, Parts 120-130

 

          

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