Night Vision Devices Releases Lightweight Sacrificial Windows

    Night Vision Devices has announced a new lighter and more streamlined sacrificial window for your favorite NODs.

    Night Vision Devices has announced a new lighter and more streamlined sacrificial window for your favorite NODs.

    Night Vision Devices is a Pennsylvania-based operation providing low-light optical solutions for both US and foreign governmental agencies, as well as the growing civilian night vision market. The company describes themselves as: “…the source for the highest quality US manufactured night vision binoculars, monoculars, weapon sights, night vision parts and service in the industry. Incorporated in 2005, NVD is a U.S. Veteran Owned Small Business that prides itself on being a premier manufacturer and tactical integrator of night vision binoculars, monoculars and weapon sights which are built to full MIL-SPEC qualifications. NVD is currently the third largest system manufacturer of Image Intensified (I2) night vision systems in the United States.

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    One of NVD's main specialties is customized NVG solutions, including packages with optional extras like helmets, mounts, and IR laser/illuminator devices.

    One of NVD’s main specialties is customized NVG solutions, including packages with optional extras like helmets, mounts, and IR laser/illuminator devices.

    Now NVD has announced a new and improved product option for your see-in-the-dark (and shoot-in-the-dark) technology. New for August 2021, they are offering an updated version of the sacrificial window, sometimes also referred to as a sacrificial lens or sacrificial filter, which is designed to fit many of the market’s most popular NODs available today. Traditional sac windows, including those issued in accessory kits to members of the US military in many cases, are generally slightly larger and bulkier than NVD’s new Lightweight Sacrificial Window offering. Most notably, these can limit your options for objective end caps and covers, since the standard sac lens fits over the end of your device with protrusions on its outer ring. NVD has sought to shrink and streamline the lenses’ form factor for this reason. You can find more details on their website, and in their recent social media product announcement listed below.

    These new sacrificial filter devices can help protect your expensive NODs, and will cost $49 for a single unit or $96 for a pair.

    These new sacrificial filter devices can help protect your expensive NODs, and will cost $49 for a single unit or $96 for a pair.

    Night Vision Devices, Pennsylvania, August 2, 2021

    Night Vision Devices is pleased to announce the release of new Sacrificial Windows which are now available for the BNVD, RNVG, AN/PVS-14, AN/PVS-7B, Act in Black product lines. These sacrificial windows screw into the objective lens threads on all of the aforementioned devices and besides the fact that they reduce the system weight of a dual tube goggle by 10 grams, they also allow the systems lens caps to be utilized without having to remove (and then potentially lose) the sacrificial windows.

    Place orders here: https://www.nvdevices.com/product/lightweight-sacrificial-window-part-number-450368/

    www.nvdevices.com
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    610-395-9743


    Images courtesy of Night Vision Devices.
    Will P

    Lifelong hobby/sport shooter and hunter, former US Army infantryman, perpetual firearms student. Always seeking to become better and learn more. Interested in a wide variety of shooting disciplines, and passionate about all kinds of guns. Contact on Instagram: @WillTFB


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