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Military Night Vision Goggles For Military With Waterproof Body And Mounting Mechanism By Abigail Taylor on December 04, 2010 0

Military night vision goggles are used by the army, navy and air forces of different countries, today such equipment is also used by the application of many law enforcement and security personnel (fire).

However, people can also buy night vision goggles for personal use, but usually do not have the same specifications you will find the military versions. Because the military night vision goggles have become an expected part of modern warfare is that they allow the user to see the pictures in the dark, which may not only be seen with the naked eye. Also the military versions have a special feature where they can focus on the user sees the image of each eye separately, which means that they are able to maintain depth perception when viewing images at any time.

How night vision works:

Most of the night vision goggles consist of image intensifier tubes, a waterproof body and mounting mechanism. Work in the near infrared bands to detect environmental light of the reflection is seen. image intensifier tubes for night vision goggles then extended to a weak light, using the photoelectric effect. Tube, the photons of light in to a flap that opens up the number of electrons. These electrons are then amplified Surge more electrons. A powerful electric field to pull electrons toward the screen mesh phosphor bronze, which produces light point of electron impact. This allows the screen to phosphorus produces a bright image.

Military night-vision goggles are generally used as artificial light during the military operations, and fight night. This increases the safety of soldiers, much as they can move without detected by their instruments of enlightenment.

The military uses two main types of night vision goggles:

* Image Intensifiers
Image intensifiers work by expanding the ambient light (flashlight enemy, moonlight, starlight) so you can see, as you would in the day. But the problem is that when a very bright light source appears, your picture overwhelmed. Their advantages are low weight, price, size and detailed images they bring, but consumes little electricity.

* Infrared Lenses
Infrared lenses to convert the infrared spectrum of visible light, but retail prices, which is low. He also has difficulty distinguishing between two objects that have the same level of heat (which is a question of who is the enemy and who is a friend). In some cases, night vision goggles can use infrared to see through walls.

These particular military night vision goggles take any light immediately in the vicinity of where they are, and expanded to increase the image of thousands of times using an image amplifier. night vision goggles work of the photoelectric effect, which is due to photons collide with the indicator plate. When photons hit the metal, then produces electrons which are then supplemented by further causing more electrons can be produced that ignites the screen in front of the user eyes. In some cases, all the user needs to illuminate the entire field of vision is a star high in the sky. You will often see these devices used to report on wars and the image we often see on television, where they used to be green.

Original Source: http://www.sooperarticles.com/news-society-articles/military-articles/military-night-vision-goggles-military-waterproof-body-mounting-mechanism-227377.html

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EOTech 552 vs EOTech clone 552

eotech descriptions.


Q&A:

REAGAN REPUBLICAN asked What is the difference between the eotech holo graphic sights like the 550, 510. 552 ect?

And got the following answer:

One model is the base.
One model is night vision capable.
One is lithium Ion.
One is ran on two AA batteries.
One is for a .50 cal. etc…………….

They all have their obvious purpose, the site link below explains each model with a picture beside it.

Great product!

Fuck U 2! : ) asked I just bought a Bushmaster ORC flattop. i installed a free float quad rail.i also bought an eotech?

from a guy online on craigslist. I he told me it was model 512. I sent a email to the boys at EOTech and they said they couldn’t run the serial. But based on the description he said it sounded legit. And that clone/replicas dont have stickers on the bottom. Mine has 2 and the smallest says manfu. 2006. The guy i bought from also said he used the night vision with it. I believe its real. So my question is what model is it since it has night vision cap. and why is it fuzzy or sparkling when i look at the recticle? I read the real ones are like that? Also about the quad rails. Since this gun has no sights would mbus gen 1 “PTS” hold up to the recoil and front sight not melt even though on free float rail? I am only going to be using my rifle for a little target practice and home defense. If not what would be some good back up sights, as i would want to use my eotech primary, and not cost a lot. And if i want to change the standard stock to a magpul, do i just order the stock or stock/buffer tube? I am new to ARs. Thank you so much for your time.

And got the following answer:

Fake EOTechs are just red dot sights with an EOTech shaped reticle. If the window is made of curved glass, AND/OR if it has a coating that shades or dims the light a little, like faint Polaroid sunglasses, its a fake. It looks that way because red dot sights need a curved window to image the reticle and may use a coating of some type to make it brighter.

A real EOTech has a clear flat piece of glass for a window (there is a hologram built into the window that is played back by a laser).

More at —-> http://www.firearmstalk.com/forums/f65/eotech-552-help-55139/

nyte_hock asked Gun scope question: I have a Beretta CX4 Storm; I want a night vision scope?

EoTech 552.A65 is a small magnifyer (no need in a long range scope since it’s just a pistol grade .40 cal) – Any suggestions? Is this worthwhile? Anything better?
Disregard the Russian website entry – always be weary of websites that end in .ru
Is there a stand-alone night vision scope or do I need separate night vision equipment? The Aimpoint also says nightvision compatible. Thanks for participating.

And got the following answer:

EoTech isn’t a night vision scope, it’s a night vision compatible holo sight. Meaning if you have night vision optics on your helmet and flip them down, you can still use the holo sight at night. An aimpoint red dot would be better suited for the CX4, slightly taller profile gives you less neck angle when sighting.

500 asked Is this a real eotech on ebay or a clone?

http://cgi.ebay.com/EOTECH-HALOGRAPHIC-OPTIC-NIGHT-VISION-552-NV-AA-BATTERY-/290528492378?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item43a4d8fb5a

I can’t tell if its real and the guys description seems to point to he doesn’t know what type it is for sure. Thanks
What about this one….

http://cgi.ebay.com/L3-EOTech-Holographic-Weapon-Sight-512-w-Scope-Cover-NR-/320650924290?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item4aa848d102

And got the following answer:

Second one is legit, right now the price is 1/2 the cost of a new one, and it still has 3 days left…I suspect it to get somewhere in the $250 range by the end of bidding.

nyte_hock asked Gun scope question: I have a Beretta CX4 Storm; I want a night vision scope?

EoTech 552.A65 is a small magnifyer (no need in a long range scope since it’s just a pistol grade .40 cal) – Any suggestions? Is this worthwhile? Anything better?
Disregard the Russian website entry – always be weary of websites that end in .ru
Is there a stand-alone night vision scope or do I need separate night vision equipment? The Aimpoint also says nightvision compatible. Thanks for participating.

And got the following answer:

EoTech isn’t a night vision scope, it’s a night vision compatible holo sight. Meaning if you have night vision optics on your helmet and flip them down, you can still use the holo sight at night. An aimpoint red dot would be better suited for the CX4, slightly taller profile gives you less neck angle when sighting.

nyte_hock asked Gun scope question: I have a Beretta CX4 Storm; I want a night vision scope?

EoTech 552.A65 is a small magnifyer (no need in a long range scope since it’s just a pistol grade .40 cal) – Any suggestions? Is this worthwhile? Anything better?
Disregard the Russian website entry – always be weary of websites that end in .ru
Is there a stand-alone night vision scope or do I need separate night vision equipment? The Aimpoint also says nightvision compatible. Thanks for participating.

And got the following answer:

EoTech isn’t a night vision scope, it’s a night vision compatible holo sight. Meaning if you have night vision optics on your helmet and flip them down, you can still use the holo sight at night. An aimpoint red dot would be better suited for the CX4, slightly taller profile gives you less neck angle when sighting.