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These auto-gated Elbit devices are built and ready to ship with no lead time! These PVS-14’s are equipped with an upgraded lightweight push button battery housing that is dual fuel capable. On/Off, IR illuminator, manual gain control. These can accept either CR123 or AA cells. CR123’s achieve ~60-75 hours of run time.
Includes: device, data sheet, ocular lens cover, objective lens cover.
*Tube images were captured while on the Hoffman ANV-126A viewing the spot target/reticle and may not reflect all cosmetic aspects; pepper, lighting, shadows, shades, etc.*
We build our devices using our suite of in house state of the art equipment, including the Hoffman Engineering ANV-126A Test Set and HVS Vision System. The same equipment tube manufacturers such as Elbit Systems of America and L3Harris Technologies use. This allows us to remove any subjectivity in assembly and maintain the absolute highest degree of precision possible. What this equates to is a device built to an exceeding degree of quality with exacting standards.
The ultralight push button PVS-14 battery housing weighs only 1.6 oz / 45g without sacrificing durability. This is a 36% weight savings in comparison to standard battery housings weighing 2.5 oz / 71g. These are right at home on a Panobridge PVS-14 setup. This lightweight push button housing can use either a single AA or a CR123A. Why two battery options? The AA is the most prolific battery in existence, readily available wherever you go. When using a CR123A the run time can be up to an incredible 75 hours. Moreover, single hand operation is now significantly easier, as all of your controls are now centralized to the push button location (power, on-board illumination, manual gain control). In summary, not only do you save weight, but you also gain dual fuel functionality with considerable gains in run time.