Aero Dynamix introduces new generation III 'Infinity' night vision goggles
Aero Dynamix, Inc., your only true one-stop-shop for Night Vision Systems is proud to be a full line distributor of L-3 M949 Generation III Night Vision Goggles including the L-3 M949 Infinity line. L-3 M949 Infinity NVGs are manufactured to the highest quality standards and meet all specifications of DO-275 with Class "B" filters. They feature proprietary unfilmed Gen III image intensifier tube technology only available from L-3.
L-3 Infinity unfilmed tube technology dramatically improves aviator NVG performance and resolution in the lowest light conditions. Other available options are Class "A" and Class "C" Leaky Green filters as well as L-3's thin-filmed M949 Omega Gen III NVGs. L-3 M949 NVGs are built with L-3 manufactured image intensifier tubes. These NVGs are built in the USA and have ergonomically designed interface controls that comprise of inter-pupillary and vertical/fore-aft/tilt adjustments for improved situational awareness and enhanced ergonomics.
The binocular viewing has large 25mm eyepieces to optimize depth perception with improved 40 percent field of view. Other features include a clip-on power supply for pre-flight or dismounted operations along with a low profile AA battery power pack that securely attaches to the flight helmets. With these primary and alternate battery provisions plus aircraft power port, this triple redundancy provides a complete system confidence. There are multiple helmet mount options.
Source: Aero Dynamix
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