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Link Posted: 8/31/2020 5:23:46 PM EST
[Last Edit: cajer] [#1]
Can someone help me ID this tube?  The seller claims it's OMNI 7.  Is that correct I don't see this contract on the omni table chart.

Cage Code: 55311
CAD 07/12
Contract NO: N00164-04-D-8508
MX-10160 WG
Assy 245180-904


Link Posted: 9/8/2020 10:42:16 AM EST
[#2]
Hello!

I’m looking for more info on the following tube:

MX-10160C/AVS-6G
CAGE: 13567
ID# 80063-A3279602
Contr. # W91CRB-12-D-0015
CAD 1845
Warranty: FEB 22

Any other info would be appreciated! Thanks.
Link Posted: 9/8/2020 3:21:10 PM EST
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Originally Posted By DeVindicator:
Hello!

I’m looking for more info on the following tube:

MX-10160C/AVS-6G
CAGE: 13567
ID# 80063-A3279602
Contr. # W91CRB-12-D-0015
CAD 1845
Warranty: FEB 22

Any other info would be appreciated! Thanks.
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Current production Omni 8 anvis tube. Mil spec equivalent to the F9800YG.

Warranty not valid
Link Posted: 10/17/2020 11:19:43 PM EST
[#4]
All,
Looking for any info that I can get on this tube,

5855-01-504-4590
CAGE 13567 PN A3297320
MX-11769
W91CRB-11-D-0082/0055
A 05/17

Thank you!
Link Posted: 10/19/2020 5:19:45 PM EST
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Originally Posted By awptickes:


They're Omnibus VII contract purchases, ITT Corporation was the awardee, top tube was ordered on Delivery Order 0004, bottom tube ordered on DO 0012. Delivered to the department of the Army. That contract was an interesting one -- it caused the complaints. It was all for ANVIS tubes.

0004 was issued July 27, 2010 and all goods were accepted by December 20, 2010.
0012 was issued April 01, 2011 and all goods were accepted by May 1, 2011.

They're both Aviation tubes, but not even close to the same manufacture date. How do they look?
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Dear awptickes,
i'm really confused ! can't find any other reliable source where i can confirm this tube is really Gen III Omni VII
I have a unit with warranty expired in Aug 14
MX-10160A/AVS-6 ID. NO. 80063-A3256389
CAGE 13567 and Contract W91CRB-09-D-0079/0012
Tubes have usually ten years of warranty, so if expired in 2014 should be aged in 2004 or am i getting wrong ?

As W91CRB-10 is OMNI VIII confirmed really can't understand why W91CRB-09 isn't listed anywhere on the net and
for what i had the chance to read MX-10160A seems to be just a OMNI IV-V ?
Can you give me some details ? I don't have any datasheet about this tube and really would like to know what is it

Thanks so much.

Link Posted: 10/21/2020 12:28:03 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Kluntzloss:


Dear awptickes,
i'm really confused ! can't find any other reliable source where i can confirm this tube is really Gen III Omni VII
I have a unit with warranty expired in Aug 14
MX-10160A/AVS-6 ID. NO. 80063-A3256389
CAGE 13567 and Contract W91CRB-09-D-0079/0012
Tubes have usually ten years of warranty, so if expired in 2014 should be aged in 2004 or am i getting wrong ?

As W91CRB-10 is OMNI VIII confirmed really can't understand why W91CRB-09 isn't listed anywhere on the net and
for what i had the chance to read MX-10160A seems to be just a OMNI IV-V ?
Can you give me some details ? I don't have any datasheet about this tube and really would like to know what is it

Thanks so much.

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Contract issued on 2009.
https://www.militaryindustrialcomplex.com/contract_detail.asp?contract_id=10126
Link Posted: 10/31/2020 3:47:14 PM EST
[#7]
Looking for info on  the following tubes! Any help would be great
1.
MX10160A/AVS6
CONTR: 00019-98-c-0047
CAD:9944
CAGE:13567
NSN:5855-01-423-1497
2.
MX10160A/AVS6
CONTR: W91CRB-12-D-0015
CAD:1609
CAGE:13567
NSN:5855-01-423-1497
3.
MX10160A/AVS6
CONTR: W91CRB-12-D-0015
CAD:1820
CAGE:13567
NSN:5855-01-423-1497

All the same NSN but very different Dates of manufacture
Link Posted: 11/4/2020 12:48:55 PM EST
[#8]
Hi guys,  can you help me with this tube:

MX-11769/UV
CONTR: DAAB07-96-C-J209
CAD 9951
EXP 12/02
NSN 5855-01-444-3916
ID NO 80063-A3256350

What I know about the tube is that it's an Omni IV tube - looking at the contract.
No autogate function. No manual gain.
It was made late in the December 1999.
So I was thinking, how it's not an Omni V ?
Because it says in the table that from 1999 we see Omni V tubes supplied to the military.
Is this real mil spec, or something for the civilian market?
Are the min.. specs for this tube like all tubes in Omni IV?   64lp/mm,  1800 sensitivity, SNR 21.
Also aren't all these 11769 tubes with manual gain? Maybe mine was modified because I don't have manual gain?  
Thanks for the help!
Link Posted: 11/8/2020 12:48:08 PM EST
[#9]
Dear wwglen,
thanks .. i was sure of the date of issue of the contract but against many other intensifiers
I'm unable to find any data sheet about this tube.
Sure ... minimum specs for Omni VII have to be respected but finding out a specific data sheet
would be nice.

I heard about "complaints" about this DDO anyone having some more info about it ?
Thanks
Link Posted: 11/8/2020 4:41:56 PM EST
[Last Edit: Tam4511] [#10]
Originally Posted By rallen3:
Hiya Yall



Just picked up this PVS-14 and was curious about the specs of the tube.

It has the double AA battery compartment and what i believe is a Nivisys serial num on the unit.


Thanks!


https://i.imgur.com/yajcFl8.jpg

https://i.imgur.com/iSptu0Z.jpg
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Did you ever figure out what this was? I have a damn near identical tube with the exception of mine was mfg a year later. I know its L3, but want to confirm its OMNI7
Link Posted: 11/8/2020 7:42:47 PM EST
[#11]
Look back on page 8 and you will see an almost identical tube being identified.

From what I understand, the military doesn't generally get a specification sheet, just have to meet the minimum requirements.
Link Posted: 11/11/2020 8:36:33 PM EST
[#12]
I need a little help finding out the specifics on this tube

Mx-10130D/UV
GEN III
CAGE 55311
NSN 5855-01-504-4589
A3297290
DAAB07-02-C-J010

I Think it's a Omni VI
I know its a p-43
I don't know if its auto or non gated
I don't know if its thin filmed or film less

Basically I know its a L3 possibly a omni VI Gen III

If anyone can tell me more specifically if its auto gated and if it's thin filmed ect...

Thanks
Link Posted: 11/17/2020 5:06:26 PM EST
[#13]
Bought a pvs 14 recently. The housing looked like a mil spec unit. The ID tag showed an NSN but blank where it says "contract number". Perhaps an overrun. Had a warranty exp of Aug 2007. I opened to check the tube and a lot of info was missing. Here's what was on the tube.

Image intensifier assembly
Mfr 13567
F9815ag
Serial no. 757889

No cad number, no blank contract number, no warranty exp on the tube itself, nothing else. Anyone know an equivalent omni generation?
Link Posted: 11/22/2020 10:17:32 PM EST
[Last Edit: DesertFoxy] [#14]
Been lurking for a while but finally came across something worth posting. Got this bad boy in a trade and after hours of searching I can't find anything on it. It says that its an MX-11769 but the number as well as all the other numbers disappear under the "shields" that are glued on with potting.

https://ibb.co/0s9BNvG
https://ibb.co/9y2NkvK
https://ibb.co/9qT4Cvt
https://ibb.co/S3YgVdz

I've seen stuff close but no cigar, any help would be a life saver.
Link Posted: 11/29/2020 5:23:18 PM EST
[#15]
Whats up everyone,

Trying to figure out if this one is autogated or not....seller said they were autogated, but searching around I seem to find that it ending in "DC" means its not. also.....no manual gain control ribbon is present, so if not autogated, somewhat concerned here. Thanks for any help!

https://www.dropbox.com/s/b5am1oozrjbwalr/IMG_2035.jpg?dl=0

https://www.dropbox.com/s/g2oxmhp6hatenaf/image0.jpeg?dl=0
Link Posted: 12/1/2020 10:04:29 AM EST
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Originally Posted By CapMar0311:
I need a little help finding out the specifics on this tube

Mx-10130D/UV
GEN III
CAGE 55311
NSN 5855-01-504-4589
A3297290
DAAB07-02-C-J010

I Think it's a Omni VI
I know its a p-43
I don't know if its auto or non gated
I don't know if its thin filmed or film less

Basically I know its a L3 possibly a omni VI Gen III

If anyone can tell me more specifically if its auto gated and if it's thin filmed ect...

Thanks
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DAAB07-02-C-J010
Omni VI
Autogated
Resolution 64
S/N 25
Gain 50,000-80-000
Halo 0.9
EBI (x10^-11) 2.5
Year 2002
P43

Tubes Supplied:
MX-10160C
 /AVS-6
MX-11769/UV
MX-10130D/UV
MX-10160B/AVS-6
ID 80063-A3279453 (Litton Filmless)
ID 80063-A3279593 (ITT Thin Film)
DAAB07-02-C-J010
DAAB07-02-C-J009 DAAB07-02-C-J008 W15P7T04AJ207 W15P7T04AJ208



Not listed as thin-filmed or filmless.
Based on experience the 10130 tubes in that year are most likely filmed.
They are great tubes.
Link Posted: 12/3/2020 12:10:27 AM EST
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Originally Posted By wjoutlaw:


DAAB07-02-C-J010
Omni VI
Autogated
Resolution 64
S/N 25
Gain 50,000-80-000
Halo 0.9
EBI (x10^-11) 2.5
Year 2002
P43

Tubes Supplied:
MX-10160C
 /AVS-6
MX-11769/UV
MX-10130D/UV
MX-10160B/AVS-6
ID 80063-A3279453 (Litton Filmless)
ID 80063-A3279593 (ITT Thin Film)
DAAB07-02-C-J010
DAAB07-02-C-J009 DAAB07-02-C-J008 W15P7T04AJ207 W15P7T04AJ208



Not listed as thin-filmed or filmless.
Based on experience the 10130 tubes in that year are most likely filmed.
They are great tubes.
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I don’t believe there has ever been an unfilmed 10130 sold to the government under any Omni contract. Or any unfilmed tubes for that matter
Link Posted: 12/3/2020 6:58:44 PM EST
[Last Edit: digasro] [#18]
any idea on performance leve or if any good?
who made it, is this thinfilm?

Worth buying or a pass?!

MX 11769/UV
Contract: W91CRB11D0082
ID No. A3297320

Date of birth: ( CAD 1850 ) late Dec 2018

NSN 5855015044590

Many thanks guys!
Link Posted: 12/3/2020 7:55:36 PM EST
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Originally Posted By digasro:
any idea on performance leve or if any good?
who made it, is this thinfilm?

Worth buying or a pass?!

MX 11769/UV
Contract: W91CRB11D0082
ID No. A3297320

Date of birth: ( CAD 1850 ) late Dec 2018

NSN 5855015044590

Many thanks guys!
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Standard filmed green 11769, mil spec. Need cage code to tell you the manufacturer. Performance is probably average but they do tend to be very clean with no blems.
Link Posted: 12/4/2020 8:02:23 AM EST
[#20]
not sure what the CAGE ism theres no such thing written on the label..

i have MFR 13567.
ID NO starts with 80063,
other than that its all been written on here
Link Posted: 12/6/2020 6:12:27 PM EST
[#21]
Anyone know anything about this tube? Mx10160 format, I'm assuming Russian. Came out of an ATN gen 3 labeled device. Not sure if it's autogated but it does have a quiet whine that I can only hear when I press the 14 it's in up to my ear.

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Link Posted: 12/7/2020 8:48:21 AM EST
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Originally Posted By shreddingaxes:
Anyone know anything about this tube? Mx10160 format, I'm assuming Russian. Came out of an ATN gen 3 labeled device. Not sure if it's autogated but it does have a quiet whine that I can only hear when I press the 14 it's in up to my ear.

https://www.AR15.Com/media/mediaFiles/506543/49B71A13-9000-440B-AA3E-972AB5A68B31_jpe-1718336.JPG
https://www.AR15.Com/media/mediaFiles/506543/C39ABCE9-58DA-4BE7-B317-70F5B0765612_jpe-1718338.JPG
https://www.AR15.Com/media/mediaFiles/506543/2CDBCF14-A8C1-4105-AA82-4B7ED0D4C8E0_jpe-1718339.JPG
https://www.AR15.Com/media/mediaFiles/506543/AC42BF90-C1B9-4A84-A134-4CD250E8CDB8_jpe-1718341.JPG
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That looks like a russian tube, I'd bet lunch on it. It can't be gen3 if it is.

Here's a similar russian tube:
Link Posted: 12/7/2020 1:15:26 PM EST
[#23]
looks like it could be a gen3 all the gen2 russian tubes i have seen have a more grey photocathode - that one has a blue gen3 look to it - katod make gen3 tubes - does it have any writing on it ?
Link Posted: 12/7/2020 3:32:56 PM EST
[#24]
The only writing on it is in the photos. I don’t have any experience with gen 2, but I will say brightness wise it seems similar to the green gen 3 filmed US tubes I’ve had in the past. I don’t have any green US gen 3 filmed tubes anymore but I can borrow a Omni 7 pvs 17 for a photo comparison if that would help. For the price I paid it’s not a bad looking tube. I was expecting it to be noisy but it’s not noisy at all. It has a pretty calm image.
Link Posted: 1/2/2021 4:13:51 PM EST
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Originally Posted By wwglen:



Contract issued on 2009.
https://www.militaryindustrialcomplex.com/contract_detail.asp?contract_id=10126
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Dear,
i got that the contract was 2009
read that every MX10160A manufactured after 2007 should be OMNIBUS VII
but can't find any good info regarding this tube
FOV ? SN ?
ThinFilm ? Filmed ? Autogated or not ?
Anybody can help ?
Thanks
Link Posted: 1/3/2021 12:16:35 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Kluntzloss:



Dear,
i got that the contract was 2009
read that every MX10160A manufactured after 2007 should be OMNIBUS VII
but can't find any good info regarding this tube
FOV ? SN ?
ThinFilm ? Filmed ? Autogated or not ?
Anybody can help ?
Thanks
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Originally Posted By Kluntzloss:



Dear,
i got that the contract was 2009
read that every MX10160A manufactured after 2007 should be OMNIBUS VII
but can't find any good info regarding this tube
FOV ? SN ?
ThinFilm ? Filmed ? Autogated or not ?
Anybody can help ?
Thanks



From page 8 where the same question was posted on that contract number.

They're Omnibus VII contract purchases, ITT Corporation was the awardee, top tube was ordered on Delivery Order 0004, bottom tube ordered on DO 0012. Delivered to the department of the Army. That contract was an interesting one -- it caused the complaints. It was all for ANVIS tubes.

0004 was issued July 27, 2010 and all goods were accepted by December 20, 2010.
0012 was issued April 01, 2011 and all goods were accepted by May 1, 2011.

They're both Aviation tubes, but not even close to the same manufacture date. How do they look?


Also from page 8:

All omni 7 will be thinfilm autogated
Omni 6 will be autogated (I think thinfilm aswell, but not 100% sure)
Omni 5 should be non gated


My understanding is that other specs will require a data sheet.
Link Posted: 1/3/2021 12:29:43 PM EST
[Last Edit: Blueline84] [#27]
Just took a gamble on these 2..... don’t even know if they power up or have blems. Should be here in a few days.

Any input on identifying them? https://www.ar15.com/media/mediaFiles/363238/86CF9F78-7E2D-4973-A257-4E0C3840B463-1761926.png
Link Posted: 1/3/2021 1:34:57 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Blueline84:
Just took a gamble on these 2..... don’t even know if they power up or have blems. Should be here in a few days.

Any input on identifying them? https://www.AR15.Com/media/mediaFiles/363238/86CF9F78-7E2D-4973-A257-4E0C3840B463-1761926.png
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https://govtribe.com/award/federal-idv-award/indefinite-delivery-contract-w9124q05d0823

Omni 7 based on the chart and other links here.

https://www.ar15.com/forums/armory/ID_this_PVS_14_for_me_please_/18-411031/
Link Posted: 1/3/2021 1:45:43 PM EST
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Originally Posted By wwglen:


https://govtribe.com/award/federal-idv-award/indefinite-delivery-contract-w9124q05d0823

Omni 7 based on the chart and other links here.

https://www.ar15.com/forums/armory/ID_this_PVS_14_for_me_please_/18-411031/
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Thank you!
Link Posted: 1/3/2021 2:10:34 PM EST
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Thank you!
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You're welcome.

Not a night vision expert, but know how to find inormation on the net.

This site gave me about 90% of my night vision knowledge, and I'm happy to give some back.
Link Posted: 1/15/2021 8:05:22 AM EST
[#31]
Going to give this another go as the last set of tubes did not work out. Purchased these....hard to dig through the archives since the Arfcom purge. Any insight would be appreciated.
Link Posted: 1/15/2021 9:07:10 AM EST
[Last Edit: wwglen] [#32]
Once again, I'm not an expert, just fairly good at researching.

Top one:
Contract # N00164-99-D-0029 is a 1999 contract and was awarded to Elbit right at the edge of Omni IV and V.  Based on the Manufacturer date, I would expect them to be Omni V.

Bottom one:
Contract # W15P7Y-04-A-J208 is an 2004 contract awarded to Harris, and according to the table is Omni VI.  I've read both that Omni VI is automated and not, but mostly automated.

Two different manufacturers and two different Omni levels with only one being autogated.

While if you are lucky they will work together, I wouldn't count on then being great in a binocular setup.

Maybe someone with more experience can tell me if I'm wrong.  If so I will stop trying to help out.
Link Posted: 1/15/2021 9:24:39 AM EST
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Originally Posted By wwglen:
Once again, I'm not an expert, just fairly good at researching.

Top one:
Contract # N00164-99-D-0029 is a 1999 contract and was awarded to Elbit right at the edge of Omni IV and V.  Based on the Manufacturer date, I would expect them to be Omni V.

Bottom one:
Contract # W15P7Y-04-A-J208 is an 2004 contract awarded to Harris, and according to the table is Omni VI.  I've read both that Omni VI is automated and not, but mostly automated.

Two different manufacturers and two different Omni levels with only one being autogated.

While if you are lucky they will work together, I wouldn't count on then being great in a binocular setup.

Maybe someone with more experience can tell me if I'm wrong.  If so I will stop trying to help out.
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Hmmm...gentlemen I purchased from advised he had them is a set of pvs15s and said they look nice together with no issues ..... I hope that’s not the case that there different Omni levels and one being gated and the other not.......
Link Posted: 1/15/2021 10:06:05 AM EST
[#34]
just going off the ID number and NSN number according to the US Omni Classifications Resource based on the ID and NSN numbers the would both be Omni IV or V but I'm not an expert so I could be wrong
Link Posted: 1/15/2021 10:21:45 AM EST
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Originally Posted By 52HRA:
just going off the ID number and NSN number according to the US Omni Classifications Resource based on the ID and NSN numbers the would both be Omni IV or V but I'm not an expert so I could be wrong
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According to:

http://aunv.blackice.com.au/forum?index=discussions&story=omni

The second one is Omni VI
Link Posted: 1/15/2021 11:06:23 AM EST
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Originally Posted By wwglen:
Once again, I'm not an expert, just fairly good at researching.

Top one:
Contract # N00164-99-D-0029 is a 1999 contract and was awarded to Elbit right at the edge of Omni IV and V.  Based on the Manufacturer date, I would expect them to be Omni V.

Bottom one:
Contract # W15P7Y-04-A-J208 is an 2004 contract awarded to Harris, and according to the table is Omni VI.  I've read both that Omni VI is automated and not, but mostly automated.

Two different manufacturers and two different Omni levels with only one being autogated.

While if you are lucky they will work together, I wouldn't count on then being great in a binocular setup.

Maybe someone with more experience can tell me if I'm wrong.  If so I will stop trying to help out.
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Neither of those are autogated.
Link Posted: 1/15/2021 12:15:24 PM EST
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Originally Posted By tlandoe07:


Neither of those are autogated.
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Thanks,

Like I said, I've read both ways about Omni VI.
Link Posted: 1/15/2021 2:21:21 PM EST
[#38]
Well I guess we will see how they perform when they get installed.....previous owner alluded to the fact they were autogated, which is frustrating if they aren’t.
Link Posted: 1/25/2021 4:36:48 PM EST
[#39]
As far as I can tell:

ITT gen3 MX11769 autogated from early 2007

K2 272867-9-037
S/N 751020
DC 0407

If someone can tell me more about this unit from those numbers, I am all ears !

BTW, does someone know how the P/N is constructed ? I think I read in this thread that the first 6 digits are indicative of the power unit.
Link Posted: 3/1/2021 12:16:49 AM EST
[#40]
What OMNI is this?

MX10130C/UV

NSN 5855 01 380 5098

Contract DAAB07-93-C-K005

ID 80063-A3187 450

CAGE 13567

Thanks
Link Posted: 3/4/2021 1:08:51 PM EST
[Last Edit: Echo-one4] [#41]
Hi guys, I’ve got my hands of two of the same line, can any of you guys tell me more on this tubes ?

Contract no
W91CRB-11-D-0083

NSN
5855-01-504-4590

Cage 55311

13/22 CAD

Exp jul 14

Id-no
80063-A3297310

Mx11769/UV

So what i found is That they’re Omni VIII tubes,

Made week 22 in 2013  

is that right ?anyone more infos?

Thanks and greetings :-)

Link Posted: 3/4/2021 3:27:46 PM EST
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Originally Posted By akaf47:
What OMNI is this?

MX10130C/UV

NSN 5855 01 380 5098

Contract DAAB07-93-C-K005

ID 80063-A3187 450

CAGE 13567

Thanks
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Omni III
ContractOmni III
CommentsThe first advanced Gen3 with significant improvement is S/N
Resolution lp/mm51
S/N19
Photocathode sensitivity uA/[email protected]
Sensitivity at uA/[email protected]

Gain fL/fc40,000-70,000
[email protected]/mm0.9
[email protected]/mm0.7
[email protected]/mm0.45
[email protected]/mm0.2
Halo (mm)1.47
PhosphorP-20/P-43
Year1990
EBI (x10^-11)2.5


Link Posted: 3/5/2021 11:47:48 PM EST
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Originally Posted By wjoutlaw:


Omni III
ContractOmni III
CommentsThe first advanced Gen3 with significant improvement is S/N
Resolution lp/mm51
S/N19
Photocathode sensitivity uA/[email protected]
Sensitivity at uA/[email protected]

Gain fL/fc40,000-70,000
[email protected]/mm0.9
[email protected]/mm0.7
[email protected]/mm0.45
[email protected]/mm0.2
Halo (mm)1.47
PhosphorP-20/P-43
Year1990
EBI (x10^-11)2.5


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Thanks : )
Link Posted: 3/20/2021 8:52:23 AM EST
[#44]
Hi,
Got a MX10130

Cage 13567

PN A3297300


5855-01-504-4589

Warranty expired 2012/10

Is this omni 6 or 7?
Link Posted: 5/1/2021 1:25:34 AM EST
[#45]
Hi everyone! Here are the specs.

MX-11769/UV
Warranty Exp - SEP08
CAD - 0730
MFR - 13567
Contr No. - M67854-03-C-6022
NSN - 5855-01-504-4590

Thanks again!
Link Posted: 5/2/2021 1:01:43 PM EST
[Last Edit: Jbbuckner9] [#46]
K&m 272867-9-087  DC0614
9403664

From what I've read my guess is this is a Itt thin filmed autogated pinnacle.
Made 14th week of 06?
 Is there anyway to get a datasheet or minimum spec layout?
If there's anymore info needed lmk and I will pull it out and get everything off the tube I can .
Link Posted: 5/15/2021 6:29:15 PM EST
[Last Edit: gmdb] [#47]
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Originally Posted By shreddingaxes:
Anyone know anything about this tube? Mx10160 format, I'm assuming Russian. Came out of an ATN gen 3 labeled device. Not sure if it's autogated but it does have a quiet whine that I can only hear when I press the 14 it's in up to my ear.

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Looks like a ekran gen 3 with most of its markings removed

Saw a similar one for sale here in eu

эпм 228-11-26A

(inverted type mx10160)

FOM: 1700 (minimum)

SNR:28

EBI: 0,25

Res: 68 lp

Gain: 60 000
Link Posted: 5/23/2021 3:51:30 PM EST
[#48]
Looking for clarification on these tubes, marked as follows:

Tube 1:
MX10160C/AVS6
ID NO. 80063-A3279602
CONTR. NO. DAAB07-02-C-J008
NSN 5855-01-503-4799
WARRANTY EXP. JUN 13
CAD 0817

Tube 2:
MX10160C/AVS6
ID NO. 80063-A3279602
CONTR. NO. DAAB07-02-C-J008
NSN 5855-01-503-4799
WARRANTY EXP. NOV 12
CAD 0739

What’s puzzling about these is that, per the resources I’ve been able to find, the numbers all point to more or less different Omni classifications. The fact that they are “C” variants of MX10160 seems to indicate either Omni VI or VII. The contract numbers seem to indicate either Omni IV or VI. The ID NO. seems to indicate Omni VII.

Does any particular identifier more accurately nail down which Omni classification these would fall under? And does the CAD date inform any of these determinations?

Thanks for anyone’s help they’re able to provide.
Link Posted: 5/29/2021 12:38:40 AM EST
[#49]
Help with unmarked mystery tube. Only marked by hand with "957650". This came out of what is supposedly an ITT night enforcer. I won it in an auction. I say supposedly because it doesn't have manual gain and I thought they all did. It's green phos and has no noticeable sound at all. Performance is pretty bad. It's really dim, barely better than the naked eye without IR illumination. I also have a factory ITT pvs7 and that blows this out of the water.





Link Posted: 7/10/2021 3:35:10 PM EST
[#50]
Hello,
Is it possible to identify a MX10160 type tube only by serial number. The tube is from a ITT NE6015AFK.
SN: 1177892
Thanks.
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