The Night Vision Depot (NVD) Binocular Night Vision Device (BNVD) is a dual tube night vision goggle/monocular which offers outstanding depth perception and supportability at an affordable price. Never before could you utilize the depth perception of a collimated dual tube goggle and the convenience of a monocular in one system without switching equipment.
The BNVD can be used as a monocular by choosing which side you want to use as your night vision eye and rotate the other side/arm of the binocular up and out of the way. Each arm is tight enough so that the rotated arm will not fall down, but stay in its user adjusted position. To use as a binocular, rotate both sides down or when night vision is no longer needed, shut off and rotate both sides up and out of the way.
The BNVD is lightweight and can be worn comfortably for extended periods of time. When not in use and rotated upright it should not interfere with anything above the user’s head. This reduces risk of damage to the goggle and mount from rapid vehicle exits. With this flexibility there are endless possibilities and combinations.
This system complies with MIL-STD 810G, MIL-PRF-A3256342A(CR) and MIL-PREF-49427(CR).
TEN YEAR WARRANTY!
|Field of View||40˚|
|Magnification||One Power (1X)|
|Diopter Adjustment||-6 to +2 Diopters|
|Interpupillary Adjustment||51mm to 76mm|
|Focus Range||9.8″ to Infinity|
|Power Source||1 AA-Size Battery|
|Operation Time||40+ hours with Lithium AA battery|
|Weight (w/o batteries)||19.2 oz (545 g)|
|Size||5″L x 5″W x 3″H|
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It is unlawful to export, or attempt to export or otherwise transfer or sell any hardware or technical data or furnish any service to any foreign person, whether abroad or in the United States, for which a license or written approval of the U.S. Government is required, without first obtaining the required license or written approval from the Department of the U.S. Government having jurisdiction.