AGM Global Vision night vision goggles are crafted for use with helmets and head mounts, and based on Military-tested designs that have repeatedly stood up to harsh and changing weather conditions, rough terrain, marine and jungle environments, and even combat situations.
Our goggles are equipped with the highest-quality image intensifier tubes, from Gen 1 to Gen 3, and can support single or double viewfinders. We understand the importance of user agility, comfort, and control; AGM Global Vision goggles:
Our night vision goggles use light amplification technology to collect the ambient light in the environment, such as moonlight or starlight, to artificially source infrared illumination via the device’s objectives lenses. This light energy is made of photons, which are converted into electrical energy, or electrons, via the photocathode tube. Using internal electrical and chemical processes to amplify the number of electrons hitting the device’s phosphor screen, this reaction produces a visible image in near to total darkness.
AGM Global Vision always strives to use the latest available technologies to develop our night vision goggles, providing superior performance when it matters most.
We offer a wide range of night vision goggles, with features like:
Our catalogue of cutting-edge night vision goggles is diverse and always growing. Night vision technologies continue to evolve, and the tactical needs of law enforcement, security, military, and hunting experts will follow suit. We work to build night vision devices that are tough, compact, convenient, and adaptable enough to support the most demanding organizations and experts.
All AGM Global Vision night vision goggles are built to handle any scenario, giving you the confidence you need to feel secure, agile, and in control. Because our night vision goggles are waterproof, head and helmet-mountable, weather-resistant, and compatible with a variety of weapons, cameras, and tripods, they’re always a top choice for professionals who rely on night vision technology to reveal their nighttime surroundings.