Night Vision Awards Committee Makes Final Call For Entries For 2014 Awards | Vertical Magazine – The Pulse Of The Helicopter Industry

With its compact ergonomic design, the night vision binocular measures just seven inches in length and weighs only 17 ounces. Depending on ambient light conditions, the built-in infrared (IR) spotlight can be turned on or off to improve the viewing experience. Powered with two AAA batteries, the night vision binocular can run up to 20 hours with the IR illuminated, or up to 70 hours with the IR off. The ability to manage the IR setting allows users to control the viewing experience while improving battery life. Built with a durable rubber-armored housing, the night vision binocular is easy to carry and field-ready.
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Xeva – Night Vision from Xenics

at the Airborne Law Enforcement Associations (ALEA) annual conference. Entries will be accepted until June 30. The awards will be presented to recipients on Thursday, July 17 at an awards reception from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. The Night Vision Awards are a bi-annual event with ceremonies hosted by Aviation Specialties Unlimited, Night Flight Concepts, Vertical Magazine and Rotorcraft Pro Magazine at ALEA in July and at NightCon later in the year. The purpose of the awards is to promote operational leadership and excellence in the use of night vision, in North America and around the world. Last year at ALEA we honored seven law enforcement units, said Night Vision Awards emcee Scott Emerine.
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The Xeva-1.7-320 is a SWIR camera that employs a 320×256 InGaAs FPA. The Xeva SWIR InGaAs camera interfaces to a PC via USB 2.0 or CameraLink. Run Time 0:20sec
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