This monocular night vision goggle includes a GEN III night vision tube fused with imagery from a 60 Hz 640x480 resolution uncooled long wave infrared (LWIR) thermal camera. The goggle improves situational awareness as well as target and threat detection and Identification with the use of a high performance thermal imager which also supports operation through obscurant smoke and in complete darkness.
- < 2 pound head-borne weight
- Leading edge thermal imager
- Operates helmet mounted or handheld
- Fits standard helmets (ACH, Lightweight ACH, ACH Gen II, ECH, IHPS)
- Fully adjustable positioning assembly for either eye
System includes LLL/ thermal goggle with eyecup, lens cover, laser interference filter, sacrificial window, and lanyard, as well as adjustable helmet mount assembly, positioning assembly and battery pack
Auto-off when stowed (flip-up), auto-on when flipped back down
> 34 degree fused field of view (38° LLL FOV)
High speed fiber optic interface to transport data between goggle and battery pack for future "smart" battery pack implementations
Helmet mount incorporates antenna for wireless video/rapid target acquisition
Backward compatible helmet mount with legacy NVGs
Mounts on all helmet sizes from small to extra large
Compatible with common eyewear
Low power: < 1.5W
Low thermal Image latency: < 30 milliseconds
Long range: >150 meters (LLL), >400 meters (thermal)
Lightweight: Goggle < 1 lb., System < 2 lbs.
Compact: Goggle dimensions 4.24 x 3.52 x 2.69 in, (107.8 x 89.53 x 68.45 mm)
Focus: Infinity to 10 inches (map reading)
Adjustable diopter: +1 to -2 diopter
Operational readiness: < 15 seconds
HD display: 1280 x 1024
Battery: life indicator
Goggle dimensions 4.24 x 3.52 x 2.69 in, (107.8 x 89.53 x 68.45 mm)
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