L3Harris M2124 (AN/PVS-24/24A) Clip-On Night Vision Device
L3Harris M2124 (AN/PVS-24/24A) Clip-On Night Vision Device (CNVD-LR) is a rugged, long-range clip-on night vision device designed for higher-caliber weapons and snipers, who require long-range identification and engagement. It is a night vision sight that clips onto the rail in front of the existing day optic without altering day optic zero. Designed for use with a 4x magnified optic, the CNVD-LR can be used in the handheld or weapon-mounted configuration. Manual gain and focus adjustment enable the operator to optimize the sight picture.
The CNVD is based upon the military nomenclature AN/PVS-24/24A used by the U.S. Military.
- CNVD-LR Night Vision Device
- Single-throw lever quick-disconnect mount
- CR123 Lithium battery
- Lens cleaning kit
- Adjustment wrenches
- Operation manual
- Soft carry case
- AA battery adapter
Advanced design prevents typical requirement of removing a primary (day) sighting sytem; CNVD-LR mounts in-line with standard day optics.
By supplementing existing primary sighting system, the CNVD-LR maintains user’s consistent eye relief and shooting position, as well as retaining user muscle memory.
Low-battery indicator and battery reverse polarity protection.
Manual gain and focus adjustments for custom image quality optimization.
CNVD-LR can also be used as a handheld observation device.
- Converts to night vision with approximately zero shift.
- Maintains shooting position and eye relief.
- Compact and lightweight.
- Generation III night vision.
- U.S. manufactured Image Intensifier (I2) tube.
|Dimensions||10.7 in. L x 4.2 in. W x 3.4 in. H|
|Weight||< 1,025 g with battery (2.25 lbs.)|
|Battery Type||(1) CR123 Lithium battery|
|Battery Life||≥ 16 hrs. avg. at 25 °C (77 °F)|
|Magnification||1x (unity) (±4 %)|
|Field of View||8° minimum|
|Focal Length||110 mm (4.3 in.) (±0.5 mm)|
|Minimum Focus Distance||40 m (43.8 yd)|
|Detection Range||850 m (929.6 yd)|
|Mount||Single-throw lever, quick-disconnect mount for Picatinny rail (MIL-STD-1913/STANAG 2324)|