The PVS-14 is arguably the most recognized Night Vision Device on the market. A Multi-Purpose Night Vision Monocular that’s been used by the US Military and NATO Allies all over the world. It is proven, dependable, and durable. The PVS-14 is everything you need and nothing you don’t when it comes to night vision.
Backed by its military pedigree, the PVS-14 is completely mission capable, giving you the ability to head mount, helmet mount, use as a handheld unit, or be configured for use with various camera systems. The Armasight PVS-14 uses commonly found AA batteries and delivers an outstanding 50 hours of battery life. If you do find yourself running low on power, a helpful low battery indicator will appear in your field of view while using the NVD.
For those nights when there is little to no ambient light, the Armasight PVS-14 has a built-in infrared (IR) illuminator to allow you to brighten up your surroundings which can only be seen under night vision. The Manual Gain Control allows you to adjust the brightness of your display to your personal needs. The Armasight PVS-14 delivers consistent performance allowing you to complete your tasks in the dark.
We understand that night vision can be complex to understand. Armasight breaks it down by separating our devices by field of view and phosphor color and by grading our tubes in a way that is easier to understand at first glance. Get to know our offering below to decide which tube you need in your next night vision device.
Pinnacle Elite – Just when you thought things couldn’t get any better, Pinnacle Elite steps up to show you what Gold Standard means. With a minimum of 2000 FOM with a higher signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) and absolutely no inclusions in zone 1, this tube only allows 1 inclusion in zone 2 or zone 3 that can’t be bigger than .006.” These devices have virtually no defects.
Pinnacle Elite 2376 – Take all the ingenuity that makes up the Pinnacle Elite and add in what our Military calls “the perfect number”. A minimum FOM of 2376, the perfect ratio of SNR and Resolution per current military standards.