Multi-Task Augmented Reality™ Night Vision Monocular Attachment Heads-Up Display
After a long wait it is finally here – the Multi-Task Augmented Reality™ night vision monocular attachment heads-up display (MTAR™-HUD). Highly desired by professionals, the device is now entering the global market.
It is not just a tool, it is a necessity, as hundreds of thousands of Night Vision Monoculars which are currently in service can now be used to provide a helping hand to the operator – offering features such as GPS, Compass, Rangefinder, and Video Recorder. MTAR™-HUD transforms the elementary Night Vision Monocular into tactical tool to give the operator the ultimate advantage.
GSCI Advanced Photonics is well known as one of few manufacturers of high end optical-electronic equipment, with a track-record of over 30 years in the industry. End use customers who were lucky enough to get their hands on the newly developed MTAR-HUD during trials have said it is “simply a game changer”, allowing you to transfer your basic night vision monocular into an all-in-one observation, detection, and augmented reality reconnaissance device.
Compatibility: PVS-14C, PVS-14CL, LUX-14, LUX-14L
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- Video Streaming Options: Video-In / Video-Out
- Fast Frame Rate: 50 fps
- MULTIPHOSHOR: IIT Independent: White/Green
- Colour Modes: Auto, Colour, WP, GP
- GPS: YDegrees-Minutes-Seconds, Speed Reading
- Stow Safety Feature: Yes
- Stadiametric Rangefinder: Yes
- Sensitivity Control: Auto / Manual
- Brightness Control: Manual
- Memory: Removable 32microsSD card
- External Power Port: Yes
- Power Source: 1x CR123 or MVP-240
- Environment Protection: Waterproof
- Operating Temperatures: -35°C .. +60°C
- Dimensions: 70x 50 x 58 mm
- Weight: Less than 135 grams
- Warranty: 7 years
MTAR™-HUD supercharges a night vision device by displaying an array of vital readings for maximum situational awareness. Each of these data elements can be displayed or hidden through the device’s menu to show an operator only the information he needs at a particular instance.
Such user customization reduces the operator’s distractions and helps focus on mission objectives.