Thermal Night Vision Goggles

Thermal Night Vision Goggles
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Description

The TG-7 Thermal Goggle/Binocular is a rugged, lightweight, and powerful Infrared optic that can be hand held or mounted on a helmet or headgear. By using the 2x internal digital zoom and adding an optional a-focal germanium optical magnification lens, the TG-7 provides potent 6x long-range thermal surveillance and acquisition. The sensitive uncooled thermal detector and high resolution display provide crisp “white hot” or “black hot” images regardless of ambient conditions (colorized capability available upon request). While night vision technology relies on amplification of ambient light or assisting illumination, thermal devices are completely passive, sensing extremely minute temperature differentials. The TG-7 Thermal Goggles therefore acquire targets in daylight and complete darkness while “seeing through” environments such as smoke and haze which often hinder image intensification devices. Designed for law enforcement, military and commercial use, the TG-7 is ideal for reconnaissance and surveillance, perimeter control, search and rescue, vehicle identification, wildlife observation, locating oil spills, and geo-thermal event monitoring in addition to a wide variety of other applications. The TG-7 combines a highly sensitive, uncooled thermal detector with the new 640x480 OLED Display (organic light emitting diode) integrated into the familiar PVS-7 housing, ensuring accurate images and compatibility with accessories such as Mil Spec Headgear and Helmet Mounts. The comfortable, lightweight TG-7 provides a powerful advantage during both day and night operations.

Manufacturer Part Number: TG-7
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You are purchasing an export controlled item which is ITAR restricted. Additional documentation may be required - view Policies. Export of the commodities described herein is strictly prohibited without a valid export license issued by the U.S. Department of State Office of Defense Trade Controls prescribed in the International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR), Title 22, Code of Federal Regulation, Parts 120-130. 
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