When crime is cloaked by night, you need to dominate the darkness. The use of white light limits situational awareness and can reveal your position, making your job more dangerous. Night Vision technology closes capability gaps during night operations allowing you to identify threats more effectively and safely.
Our night vision systems convert low- or no-light scenes to bright, precise images in a series of steps: The monocular lens gathers light from the visible spectrum, then those photons are focused on an image intensifier where a photocathode absorbs their energy and converts them to electrons. Electrons are moved through a microchannel plate where they are multiplied nearly 70,000 times. Once multiplied, the electrons are drawn to and strike a phosphor screen which excites the phosphor. The phosphor screen then projects illuminated, detailed views of the user's nightscape environment.
REAL TIME CONNECTIVITY
The SBNVG enhances officer performance and agility with capabilities for overlaid image intensified and infrared imagery. This GEN3 system combines the Optics 1 E-COTI with our F5032 for superior nighttime viewing under a variety of environments and conditions.
Engineered for maximum sighting accuracy, the F7030 is one of the most sensitive and advanced night vision scopes available for military and commercial use today.
ENHANCED THREAT DETECTION
These proven solutions deliver crisp and clear imaging, extended high-performance operation and environmental stability. White phosphor delivers images in black and white detail, which may appear more natural to the eye. In some situations, users claim seeing greater contrast between objects, along with higher image resolution at greater distances. Advanced white phosphor image intensifier upgrades are readily available for currently fielded systems without the need for retrofitting.
CLOSE THE TECHNOLOGY GAP
We've got your back. Our Grant Assistance Program is a resource available to state/local law enforcement agencies at no charge, putting the night at your command.