Image Intensifier Tube: Gen 2+ "Level 1"
Lens System: 27 mm; F/ 1.2
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The PVS-7 is widely recognized for its unsurpassed dependability and ergonomic design. This U.S. Military-grade night vision goggle system has repeatedly proven its worth in combat, and is the highest-quality AN/PVS-7 B/D system on the market. The PVS-7 can be outfitted with high-performance Gen 2+ and Gen 3 image intensifier tubes (available in Green phosphor or P45 white phosphor). The PVS-7 is equipped with Automatic Brightness Control (ABC) to adjust image brightness in changing light conditions to maintain image definition and clarity. The builtin infrared illuminator provides a light source beyond the visible spectrum to enable the user to operate in complete darkness without being detected. Additionally, the PVS-7 has a bright light cut-off feature to protect the image tube from sources of intense light, and a flip-up shut-off feature that can be used with the optional helmet mount system. The PVS-7 has two LED indicators in the eyepiece for the IR illuminator on and low battery indicator. Lightweight, tough, and versatile, the PVS-7 can be handheld, or mounted to the user’s head/helmet. It is compatible with afocal magnifier lenses for superior long-range viewing.
Image Intensifier Tube
Gen 2+ "Level 1"
Field of view cleanness by zone
Gen 2 IIT NL1 is the highest resolution and the cleanest offered by AGM. There are practically no visible spots in Zone 1.
27 mm; F/ 1.2
0.2 m to infinity
-6 to +2 dpt
Low battery; IR On; Excessive light conditions
Automatic Brightness Control
Bright Light Cut-Off
Automatic Shut-Off System
2 AA Alkaline or 1 Lithium (BA-5567/ U)
Battery Life (Operating)
Up to 60 hours at 20°C
Operating Temperature Range
-40°C to +50°C (-40°F to +122°F)
Storage Temperature Range
-50°C to +70°C (-58°F to +158°F)
0.68 kg (1.5 lbs)
162 × 152 × 76 mm (6.4 × 6.0 × 3.0 in)
Head Mount Assembly, Medium & Thick Brow Pads, Eye Cups, Soft Carrying Case, Daylight Filter, Shoulder Strap, Lens Paper, Sacrificial Window, Demist Shields, Operator’s Manual