ATN Corp. PS28 Series Night Vision Devices

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As a predator hunter, I can appreciate night vision for my rifle.  I have hunted with night vision before, but always found having to rezero my rifle for the night vision scote tedious.  American Technologies Network Corp (ATN) has released the PS28 series, which is a clip on device, much like what is being used by the military now.  The beauty of the system is that is uses your existing scope so there is no shift in zero, and no need to run to the range before a night hunt.

For a night vision device, it is pretty reasonably priced with a MSRP of $1899.

South San Francisco, CA – American Technologies Network Corp. (ATN), makers of military, law enforcement, security and outdoor night vision, thermal and smart HD optics applications,

introduce the latest in day / night vision optics with the ATN PS28. The PS28 will give a daytime tactical scope or spotting scope night vision capability in a matter of seconds. The PS28 mounts in front of a daytime scope to provide it with nighttime operation. No shift of impact, no need to re-zero or change in eye relief occurs.

The PS28 Night Vision Front Sight mounts directly in front of a daytime scope quickly and securely without tools, making it night vision operational. With the daytime scope already zeroed, the PS28 requires no further zeroing and allows full use of all the features of the daytime scope.

The PS28 features top-of-the-line Image Intensifier Tubes in a wide array of configurations to fit every budget and need. The PS28 has a catadioptric front lens system which combines specifically shaped mirrors and lenses, allowing for very fast focal ratios and for a smaller and more lightweight lens.

The PS28 weighs in at only 840 grams. The glass optics are multi-coated for better optical view and protection from the elements. The PS28 comes standard with a quick release mount. This complete day / night system is the ultimate solution for 24/7 shooting needs for law enforcement, home security or varmint hunting.

The PS28 day / night system is available in a variety of configurations, including ATN’s WPT™, CGT and 3rd gen. MSRP starts at $1,899.00.

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  • JumpIf NotZero

    The PS28 weighs in at only 840 grams.
    Sure does sound better than weighs almost 2lbs. Only .13 Stones!

    The only nod equipped gun I’ve used had a solid visibility of about 75y. I’m curious how far you can actually use this out to.

    • iksnilol

      I also wonder what generation it is, newer generation = better clarity and longer range = more money.

      0.84 kg is pretty lightweight for night-vision, most devices I have seen weigh about 1-2 kg. Am curious whether it has an infrared illuminator? Also if one could order it without it if it has one?

  • Julio

    I hope tube quality and accuracy potential are *much* better than with the previous PS-22. I went through 3 of those -all faulty or ineffective- before giving up. I’m also less than convinced that it’s a good idea to hang all that weight off the end of a long scope. IMO front-mounted devices should be mounted to an extended rail. I’m not at all sure what the rail is doing in the photo above, but it doesn’t look like the NOD is mounted to it. Put me down as “sceptical”.

  • I love ATN’s stuff. Got to play with a lot of it recently at a gun show from a dealer. It work’s a lot better than the stuff I used in the Marines. If only my bank account was a bit bigger. It’s either ATN or Eo tech for night optics in my opinion. ATN has some smaller optics like the Arrow 6, http://techeyes.com/atn-night-arrow-6-night-vision-riflescope.html which would be a lot lighter and bulky

  • Even though this beast has a bit of size to it, knowing ATN it will probably be an excellent optic. They do make a great product and compared to most quality night vision optics, it’s quite affordable, http://techeyes.com/atn-ps28-night-vision-clip-on-nvdnps28.html. The weight may be a discouragement, but the fact is it’s for stationary shooting, like a tree stand for hunting or a even a sniper’s rifle.