Please note: Any color differences in the photos are a result of the camera auto correction. Tubes are the same hue and color.
Tube images were captured while on the Hoffman ANV-126A viewing the spot target/reticle and may not reflect all cosmetic aspects; pepper, lighting, shadows, shades, etc.
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These devices are built and ready to ship with no lead time! These Elbit White Phosphor tubes have been hand selected to greatly surpass their minimums and exhibit excellent screen cosmetics.
The RPNVG (ruggedized panoramic night vision goggle) runs off of a single CR123A battery. The housing also features a native auxiliary LEMO port for remote battery pack use. The Ground Optimized Battery Pack from AB Night Vision is our preferred battery pack for the RPNVG. The RPNVG can also use legacy ANVIS packs. Much like the RNVG, the RPNVG also features inter-pupillary adjustment for precise adjustment to the user’s eye spacing. However, the method of adjustment is different for the RPNVG using a sprung button to lock into each finite adjustment point. There are integrated tether points for lanyard attachment on both left and right sides. The pan feature is user selectable in utilizing the RPNVG in either conventional 40° FOV mode or pan mode for ~65° FOV. Both optical pods can be individually removed without the use of tools. Modular power packs will be available for left and right pods to run them in monocular configuration.
We build our devices using our suite of in house state-of-the-art equipment, including the Hoffman Engineering ANV-126A Test Set and HVS Vision System. The same equipment tube manufacturers such as Elbit Systems of America and L3Harris Technologies use. This allows us to remove any subjectivity in assembly and maintain the absolute highest degree of precision possible. What this equates to is a device built to an exceeding degree of quality and to exacting standards.