TNVC/NGI Declare Your Independence From Darkness
Night Goggles, Inc. and TNVC are proud to celebrate Our Independence Day and the Heroes and Patriots who have made these United States the place it is today. Though this year has brought many unprecedented trials, unexpected events, and tests for this, Our Great Experiment in Freedom, Equality, and Self-Determination for all People, We stand firm in our resolve to this serve this great Nation and her People.
of July, we salute ALL patriots, and as such we are extremely proud to announce the addition of a brand new product line from Night Goggles, Inc. (NGI), the Night Goggles XLS Night Vision Systems
, Gen. 3 White Phosphor Thin-Filmed NVGs in PVS-14, RNVG, and DTNVG varieties at some of the lowest prices ever seen for these kinds of capabilities – along with a brand new, redesigned website with a new look and feel and greatly improved user experience! https://www.nightgoggles.com/
Night Goggles, Inc. is a sister company to TNVC, focused not only on armed professionals, but also hunters and outdoors enthusiasts of all types—at NGI and TNVC, we believe that all Americans should have access to the greatest night vision technologies available. To that end, we are introducing the NGI XLS line as an low cost (but not low quality!) option to allow even more people access to top-of-the-line, modern, Gen. 3 White Phosphor Night Vision Goggles. Declare Your Independence from Darkness with the NGI XLS Systems, the best value Gen. 3 WP system on the market at special introductory prices from July 3rd through July 15th!During this special joint introductory sale, these NGI XLS systems will be available from both TNVC.com and NightGoggles.com!Night Goggles NGI/PVS-14-XLS - $2,350 Introductory Pricing (MSRP $2,455)Night Goggles NGI/RNVG-XLS - $5,599 Introductory Pricing (MSRP $5,799)Night Goggles NGI/DTNVG-XLS - $6,499 Introductory Pricing (MSRP $6,899)Why wait
for other vendors to use third-party assemblers or order systems to be drop shipped from the manufacturer? These new Night Goggles, Inc. XLS Systems are built in-house by Night Goggles, Inc. at our Redlands, California facility using Elbit Systems of America—Night Vision (ESA-NV) F9415XLSH and F9400XLSH (no chopped pigtails here!) Generation 3, Auto-gated, Thin-Filmed White Phosphor image intensifier tubes with factory data records. All binocular systems are matched and collimated and come with TNVC and NGI’s industry leading Lifetime Limited Warranty, covering the housing and system for the lifetime of the unit, and image intensifier tubes for 10 years. GET HIGH PERFORMANCE FOR LESS MONEY WITH THE BEST WARRANTY IN THE INDUSTRY!Due to the holiday weekend and sale, we ask that you allow 2-4 business days for order processing of in-stock NGI/PVS-14-XLS and NGI/RNVG-XLS systems. Additional units are being built every day, and NGI/DTNVG-XLS systems are also being built and will be ready to ship in approximately 4-5 weeks!
Elbit Systems of America, based in Roanoke, Virginia, formerly the Night Vision division of Harris Corporation prior to their merger with L3 Technologies and previously known as ITT/Exelis is one of the premier manufacturers of Generation 3 image intensifiers, and has long been known as an industry leader in visual augmentation systems, including the AN/PSQ-20 ENVG Night Vision/Thermal Fusion system, and was recently awarded the contract for the United States Marine Corps’ Squad BNVG program.
While TNVC’s MIL-SPEC systems still represent the absolute best performance money can buy, these new Night Goggles systems are an excellent option for those who are looking for a lower-cost Gen. 3 White Phosphor NVG, and are sure to be popular with hunters, enthusiasts, and tactical shooters alike! These COM-SPEC systems are the absolute best value for a new WP goggle system without paying for TNVC’s premium MIL-SPEC systems.
The Elbit Systems of America XLSH image intensifier tubes being used in the NGI XLS systems are considered “MIL-SPEC fallouts,” and therefore “Commercial Spec” or “COM-SPEC” tubes that do not necessarily meet the MIL-SPEC requirements of the ESA-NV YH-series image intensifier tubes, COM-SPEC does not mean that they are “bad tubes” or poor performers. The XLSH and SLH series tubes are still excellent performers that simply failed to meet one or another of the requirements to be considered a “MIL-SPEC” tube. These requirements may range from certain values being outside of MIN/MAX tolerances or cosmetics—however in many cases may be indistinguishable from YH-series tubes based on data sheets, meaning that any flaws or defects that preclude a MIL-SPEC classification could be microscopic and/or largely invisible in normal use.
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The very lowest performance figures of these XLSH tubes approximate U.S. OMNI V performance, often considered to be the first of the modern “high performance” night vision, while the highest spec’ed units rival the best modern “super-tubes.” We do not sort them beyond ESA-NV’s specs, and individual tubes can vary in performance from tube to tube, no hand-select option will be available for these systems:Tube Details*:
Type: Elbit Systems F94xx XLSH (Gen. 3 AG, P45 White Phosphor)
FOM: NO MAX
SNR: Min. 21 (NO MAX)
Resolution: Min. 64 lp/mm (NO MAX)
Photocathode Sensitivity (Luminous u A/W): Min. 1350 (NO MAX)
Halo: Max 1.25 (NO MIN)
EBI: Max. 2.5 (NO MIN)
Spot Specs - Zone 1: 1 (.003 - .006), Zone 2: 1 (>.009 - .012) / 1 (> .006 - .009) / 2 (.003 - .006), Zone 3: 1 (>.009 - .012) / 2 (> .006 - .009) / 3 (.003 - .006)
*These are the manufacturer’s stated MIN/MAXs for the XLSH-series tubes, actual specs have been significantly better than minimums. These minimum/maximum specs are not indicative of any individual tube’s performance.
Though these NGI XLS systems are built with COM-SPEC image intensifier tubes, the rest of the components are 100% MIL-SPEC. Even for these COM-SPEC units we WILL NOT compromise by purchasing lower cost, non-standard, non-MIL-SPEC optics and housing components from vendors looking to make a quick buck on products that "look the part," but are unable to perform the same as MIL-SPEC components--the price savings is entirely in the image intensifiers.
NGI and TNVC source these COM-SPEC tubes directly from ESA-NV, and we have chosen to pass on our savings to YOU
, our customers, by offering these Night Goggles XLS systems at some of the lowest prices ever for Gen. 3 WP systems. Non-MIL-SPEC tubes should mean non-MIL-SPEC prices!https://www.nightgoggles.com/