Armasight by FLIR – Own the Night

Newest Armasight by FLIR night vision devices on sale now at established FLIR dealers

Armasight by FLIR - Own the Night
Armasight by FLIR – Own the Night

WILSONVILLE, OR-(Ammoland.com)- Armasight by FLIR rolled out an impressive new line of night vision devices (NVDs) for the law enforcement, tactical and sporting markets at the 2018 Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade (SHOT) Show in Las Vegas in January. These exciting new MNVD night vision monoculars, BNVD night vision binoculars and PVS-14 multi-purpose tactical night vision monoculars are now available for purchase at established FLIR dealers throughout the US.

Featuring 40° or 51° fields-of-view (FOV), Armasight by FLIR MNVD, BNVD and PVS-14 models produce a wide visual field, which makes it easier to track moving targets without the need to move or pan the NVD. A built-in IR illuminator and flood lens enhances night vision and allows for reading in the dark.

Simplified operation in the field comes via a single gain control knob. When mounted to a helmet, all models turn off automatically when flipped up, and turn back on when flipped back down. A variety of models are available to support any mission or pursuit, featuring a wide range of FLIR’s Gen2+, Gen3, and advanced FLAG Filmless Auto-Gated IIT night vision technologies.

These newest families of advanced NVDs offer tactical professionals and outdoors enthusiasts the very latest in field-proven FLIR performance, reliability and functionality. Armasight by FLIR MNVD night vision monoculars and BNVD night vision binoculars feature advanced, multi-coated optics and are built to last with a compact, water-resistant and fog-resistant composite housing. Designed for the most demanding nighttime military or law enforcement operations, the PVS-14 multi-purpose tactical night vision monocular takes field performance even higher with a fully waterproof housing.

FLIR MNVD night vision monoculars
FLIR MNVD night vision monoculars

The new Armasight by FLIR MNVD is a multi-purpose night vision monocular that enables mobility, driving, short-range surveillance and low-light reading. Eight distinct MNVD models are available, and can be handheld, head mounted, helmet mounted, or weapon mounted.

  • MNVD-51 2HD – 51° FOV, Gen2+ “High Definition”, MSRP: $2,995
  • MNVD-40 2SD – 40° FOV, Gen2+ “Standard Definition”, MSRP: $1,795
  • MNVD-40 2HD – 40° FOV, Gen2+ “High Definition”, MSRP: $2,495
  • MNVD-40 2QS – 40° FOV, Gen2+ “Quick Silver” White Phosphor, MSRP: $2,695
  • MNVD-40 2ID – 40° FOV, Gen2+ “Improved Definition”, MSRP: $2,195
  • MNVD-51 3G – 51° FOV, Gen3 “Ghost White” Phosphor, MSRP: $5,995
  • MNVD-51 3A – 51° FOV, Gen3 “High Performance”, MSRP: $4,495
  • MNVD-51 3AG – 51° FOV, Gen3 “High-Performance” Thin-Filmed Auto-Gated IIT, MSRP: $5,495
The new Armasight by FLIR BNVD is a dual-channel night vision system offering true, stereoscopic vision that can be handheld as a binocular, head mounted or helmet mounted
The new Armasight by FLIR BNVD is a dual-channel night vision system offering true, stereoscopic vision that can be handheld as a binocular, head mounted or helmet mounted

The new Armasight by FLIR BNVD is a dual-channel night vision system offering true, stereoscopic vision that can be handheld as a binocular, head mounted or helmet mounted. When head or helmet mounted for hands-free operation, the Armasight by FLIR BNVD can be used as binoculars, a monocular, goggles or stowed out of the way. An optional battery pack mounted behind the helmet extends run time up to 80 hours. Twelve versatile models are available.

  • BNVD-40 2QS – 40° FOV, Gen2+ “Quick Silver” White Phosphor, MSRP: $4,995
  • BNVD-40 2ID – 40° FOV, Gen2+ “Improved Definition”, MSRP: $3,995
  • BNVD-40 2HD – 40° FOV, Gen2+ “High Definition”, MSRP: $4,595
  • BNVD-51 2HD – 51° FOV, Gen2+ “High Definition”, MSRP: $2,495
  • BNVD-40 3A – 40° FOV, Gen3 “High Performance”, MSRP: $7,995
  • BNVD-40 3G – 40° FOV, Gen3 “Ghost White” Phosphor, MSRP: $9,995
  • BNVD-40 3AG – 40° FOV, Gen3 “High-Performance” Thin-Filmed Auto-Gated IIT, MSRP: $8,995
  • BNVD-51 3G – 51° FOV, Gen3 “Ghost White” Phosphor, MSRP: $11,495
  • BNVD-51 3A – 51° FOV, Gen3 “High Performance”, MSRP: $8,995
  • BNVD-51 3AG – 51° FOV, Gen3 “High-Performance” Thin-Filmed Auto-Gated IIT, MSRP: $10,995
  • BNVD-40 3F – 40° FOV, FLAG Filmless Auto-Gated IIT (Advertised by other as Gen4), MSRP: $10,495
  • BNVD-51 3F – 51° FOV, FLAG Filmless Auto-Gated IIT (Advertised by others as Gen4), MSRP: $11,995
The new Armasight by FLIR PVS-14 is a single-tube multi-purpose tactical night vision monocular employing the same framework and battle-proven design as the legendary original AN/PVS-14,
The new Armasight by FLIR PVS-14 is a single-tube multi-purpose tactical night vision monocular employing the same framework and battle-proven design as the legendary original AN/PVS-14

The new Armasight by FLIR PVS-14 is a single-tube multi-purpose tactical night vision monocular employing the same framework and battle-proven design as the legendary original AN/PVS-14, but updated with a full range of FLIR’s Gen2+, Gen3, and advanced FLAG Filmless Auto-Gated IIT night vision technologies. Starting at $3,295, several unique models spanning multiple levels of performance and price points are available, all of which are compatible with a host of accessories and may be handheld, mounted to a helmet, headgear, weapon, or camera. These multiple viewing and mounting options accommodate rapidly changing field needs.

  • PVS-14-51 2HD – 51° FOV, Gen2+ “High Definition”, MSRP: $3,295
  • PVS-14-51 3A – 51° FOV, Gen3 “High Performance”, MSRP: $5,495
  • PVS-14-51 3AG – 51° FOV, Gen3 “High-Performance” Thin-Filmed Auto-Gated IIT, MSRP: $5,995
  • PVS-14-51 3G – 51° FOV, Gen3 “Ghost White” Phosphor, MSRP: $6,495
  • PVS-14-51 3F – 51° FOV, FLAG Filmless Auto-Gated IIT (Advertised by others as Gen4), MSRP: $6,995

Offering boundless applications for law enforcement, tactical and security professionals, predator hunters and outdoors enthusiasts to own the night, Armasight by FLIR’s versatile new NVDs offer exceptional vision, wide fields-of-view and efficient operation in the field. Learn more at armasight.com.


About FLIR Systems, Inc.FLIR Systems

Founded in 1978 and headquartered in Wilsonville, Oregon, FLIR Systems is a world-leading maker of sensor systems that enhance perception and heighten awareness, helping to save lives, improve productivity, and protect the environment. Through its nearly 3,500 employees, FLIR’s vision is to be “The World’s Sixth Sense” by leveraging thermal imaging and adjacent technologies to provide innovative, intelligent solutions for security and surveillance, environmental and condition monitoring, outdoor recreation, machine vision, navigation, and advanced threat detection. For more information, please visit www.flir.com and follow @flir.

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Miniature rail-mounted light/laser combo for pistols
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When set to the Auto On mode, the internal accelerometer senses the position of the pistol and the laser will turn on when the pistol is drawn from a holster and brought up level. This feature will also work when the pistol is picked up from lying on its side. The laser will automatically turn itself off when the pistol is holstered or set down.

When set to Boost Mode, the TOR Fusion will automatically come on to maximum power, no matter what level the Fusion had been set on, including off. After one minute of run time, the Fusion will automatically return to the previous power level it had been set on.

TOR Fusion Specifications:

  • Max Laser Power: 5.0 mW
  • Battery: (1) CR123
  • Max Continuous Illuminator Power: 350 Lumen
  • Boost Mode Illuminator power: 470 Lumen
  • Height: 1.39 in.
  • Width: 1.34 in.
  • Length: 2.70 in.
  • MSRP: $399

Follow Steiner on social media, including Facebook at www.facebook.com/SteinerOpticsUSA and Instagram at @SteinerOpticsUSA.


About SteinerSteiner eOptics

For 70 years, Steiner has made trusted optics for life’s defining moments. The successful pursuit and capture of these moments demands the fastest and precise detection, location and identification of a distant objective. Weather the objective is wildlife, marine bearing, law enforcement or military combatant, Steiner products enhance an individuals most important sense, vision, so that on land or sea – Nothing Escapes You. For more information, visit the company website at www.steiner-optics.com.

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