The PVS-14 is one of the most prolific monocular night vision devices (MNVD) in the world. Currently issued to militaries across the globe, the PVS-14 is tried and true. Due to its simple and compact nature, the PVS-14 is one of the most durable and versatile monocular night vision devices on the market. The PVS-14 can be helmet mounted, bridged with an additional PVS-14 or thermal device, or adapted to the front of a DSLR camera lens. Small enough to stash in a pocket or stored in a pouch on your kit. All of our PVS-14s feature autogated image intensifiers with manual gain control. Manual gain provides the user with the ability to increase or decrease gain to their specifications. This can be seen as an increase or decrease in image brightness as desired, or a reduction in image noise as needed. Whether you’re a seasoned night vision user or a first-time owner, the PVS-14 is a true staple in the world of night vision and all who are able should own one.
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 used. 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 and to exacting standards.
We hold our white phosphor commercial tubes to well above minimum standards in both specifications and cosmetics. Typically with a 1800+ FOM minimum, often exceeding 2000+. Commercial tubes have the loosest tolerance for dark spots in comparison to Mil-Spec or Aviator tube types. We do our best to hold these to Mil-Spec spot specification minimum with many exceeding Aviator spot specification.