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  • Pyser-SGI UK introduce PNG-M small & lightweight Night Vision Goggles. - Journal - Military & Law Enforcement Technologies
    Terms How Night Vision works Night Vision Range Calculator Product Catalogue Download Tube Substitution Useful Links CONTACT Blog Pyser SGI UK introduce PNG M small lightweight Night Vision Goggles 18 Feb 2013 Posted by Administrator in Blogs Pyser SGI UK introduce PNG M small lightweight Night Vision Goggles Pyser SGI UK introduce PNG M small lightweight Night Vision Goggles The PNG M night vision goggle system is a compact ultra lightweight high resolution twin eyepiece device incorporating superior optics The unit is supplied with a head mount complete with auto off auto on flip up capability and is easy to use requiring only one standard AA size battery For further information please contact the author Rob MICHAEL Executive Director Military Law Enforcement Technologies on either 0411 244969 or robmblog militaryandlaw com au Welcome to our Blog The term government is intentionally generic and or may refer to State and or Commonwealth Law Enforcement Defence or other agencies No assumptions or references as to specifics should be assumed by the reader and aren t intended by the author or authors Go Archives 2015 2 2014 12 2013 13 2012 3 2010 1 2009 1 2008 1 2007 1 2006 2 2005

    Original URL path: http://www.militaryandlaw.com.au/blog/pyser-sgi-uk-introduce-png-m-small--lightweight-night-vision-goggles (2016-02-17)
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  • AstroScope 9350 Night Vision Modules used by Australian government for more than 15 years - Journal - Military & Law Enforcement Technologies
    Imaging Maintains the Host Camera s Features such as Image Stabilisation where available Electronic Zooming function where available No Back Focus Adjustment Required No Image Vignetting on most Nikon Canon EOS platforms No Vignetting on Canon XL platforms Utilises a Super Fast F 1 2 Relay Optic providing an overall 10 12 F stop light gathering performance Crisper Sharper Cleaner images without the typical roll off at the edges Field expedient easy to use whilst being ruggedised Central Intensifier Unit powered directly by host camera interchangeable between SLR and camcorder platforms Seamless Electronic Mechanical Integration with your imaging platform The AstroScope 9350 Night Vision Module is easily moved from camera to camera by simply changing adapter pair components You can order additional adapter pairs for your camera or camcorder or convert your AstroScope 9350 Night Vision Module into a night vision pocket scope The heart of the Modular Night Vision system is the CIU Central Intensifier Unit an electro optical device with communication electronics that ensures proper interface between the camera and the lens A variety of Gen III and Gen II CIU s allow you to tailor a system in terms of resolution sensitivity spectral response gain output brightness and budget The AstroScope 9350 Night Vision Module is designed to offer the greatest choice of camera selections for the user If your application calls for 35mm surveillance you can order the adapter pairs you need If you also require the capability to record using a video camera just order the adapter pairs for that camcorder and switch back and forth The AstroScope 9350 Night Vision Module extends the camera s useable light range without the drawbacks of slower shutter speeds or time integration Dark moonlit or starlit nights can be imaged as bright high resolution scenes easily recorded by

    Original URL path: http://www.militaryandlaw.com.au/blog/astroscope-9350-night-vision-modules-used-by-australian-government-for-more-than-15-years (2016-02-17)
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  • COTI small clip on thermal imager provides 'thermal overlay' for Night Vision - Journal - Military & Law Enforcement Technologies
    2012 Posted by Administrator in Blogs COTI small clip on thermal imager provides thermal overlay for Night Vision Military Law Enforcement Technologies have partnered with Optics 1 USA in releasing the COTI Small clip on thermal imager which provides thermal overlay for Night Vision Devices Night Vision Goggles COTI easily attaches to existing Night Vision Devices NVD s Night Vision Goggles NVG s to enhance provide additional capabilities by way of a thermal overlay of the night vision image allowing the operator to detect the target with the COTI thermal overlay whilst being able to identify with the night vision output Low power consumption optimal sensor technology and high performance optics integrate seamlessly to provide state of the art long wave infrared technology Since COTI mounts on currently existing night visio with a bracket the clip on technology allows increased capabilities without the need to refit helmets with special equipment Small and lightweight The small and lightweight design consumes very little power providing extended use Additionally COTI being waterproof to 20 meters and with it s rugged construction can withstand the harshest environments Adds thermal capability when added to a standard I system COTI enables the user to detect thermal sources and improve situational awareness Even in pitch black no light adverse environmental conditions recognition range extends dramatically With COTI the user is even able to see into darkened openings and detect residual heat situational awareness at the highest level For further information please contact the author Rob MICHAEL Executive Director Military Law Enforcement Technologies on either 0411 244969 or robmblog militaryandlaw com au Welcome to our Blog The term government is intentionally generic and or may refer to State and or Commonwealth Law Enforcement Defence or other agencies No assumptions or references as to specifics should be assumed by

    Original URL path: http://www.militaryandlaw.com.au/blog/optics-1-usa-releases-coti-small-clip-on-thermal-imager-which-provides-thermal-overlay-for-nvds- (2016-02-17)
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  • Optics 1 release COTI small clip on thermal imager providing 'thermal overlay' for NVD's & NVG's. - Journal - Military & Law Enforcement Technologies
    Substitution Useful Links CONTACT Blog Optics 1 release COTI small clip on thermal imager providing thermal overlay for NVD s NVG s 16 Jan 2012 Posted by Administrator in Blogs Optics 1 release COTI small clip on thermal imager providing thermal overlay for NVD s NVG s Optics 1 USA release COTI small clip on thermal imager which provides thermal overlay for NVD s NVG s COTI easily attaches to existing Night Vision Devices NVD s to enhance provide additional capabilities Low power consumption optimal sensor technology and high performance optics integrate seamlessly to provide state of the art long wave infrared technology Since COTI mounts on currently existing NVD s with a bracket the clip on technology allows increased capabilities without the need to refit helmets with special equipment Small and lightweight The small and lightweight design consumes very little power providing extended use Additionally COTI being waterproof to 20 meters and with it s rugged construction can withstand the harshest environments Adds thermal capability when added to a standard I system COTI enables the user to detect thermal sources and improve situational awareness Even in pitch black no light adverse environmental conditions recognition range extends dramatically With COTI the user is even able to see into darkened openings and detect residual heat situational awareness at the highest level For further information please contact the author Rob MICHAEL Executive Director Military Law Enforcement Technologies on either 0411 244969 or robmblog militaryandlaw com au Welcome to our Blog The term government is intentionally generic and or may refer to State and or Commonwealth Law Enforcement Defence or other agencies No assumptions or references as to specifics should be assumed by the reader and aren t intended by the author or authors Go Archives 2015 2 2014 12 2013 13 2012

    Original URL path: http://www.militaryandlaw.com.au/blog/optics-1-release-coti-small-clip-on-thermal-imager-providing-thermal-overlay-for-nvds--nvgs (2016-02-17)
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  • FLIR USA release the TAU 640 miniature uncooled 17µm pixel focal array Thermal Imager. - Journal - Military & Law Enforcement Technologies
    Tube Substitution Useful Links CONTACT Blog FLIR USA release the TAU 640 miniature uncooled 17µm pixel focal array Thermal Imager 3 Dec 2010 Posted by Administrator in Blogs FLIR USA release the TAU 640 miniature uncooled 17µm pixel focal array Thermal Imager FLIR USA release the TAU 640 miniature uncooled 17 m pixel focal array Thermal Imager The Tau 640 is a 640x512 LWIR uncooled VOx Microbolometer focal plane array FPA camera with a pixel size of 17 microns Available with either a refresh rate of either 25 fps or 8 3fps Some key features of the Tau 640 camera are listed below CMOS and BT 656 digital video options as well as the legacy Photon LVDSHigh speed serial camera communication up to 921 600 baud via the Tau VPC serial to USB Accessory Advanced user friendly interface for camera control and configuration On board image capture and storage Camera power and communication over USB option via the Tau VPC serial to USB Accessory EMI suppression to Class B with rear cover installed and Class A without rear cover Up to 200g shock tolerance Multiple lens options available in wide and narrow fields of view Wide field of view lenses sealed to IP 67 Threaded WFOV lens barrel for bulkhead mounting or external attachment options Field upgradable software firmware For further information please contact the author Rob MICHAEL Executive Director Military Law Enforcement Technologies on either 0411 244969 or robmblog militaryandlaw com au Welcome to our Blog The term government is intentionally generic and or may refer to State and or Commonwealth Law Enforcement Defence or other agencies No assumptions or references as to specifics should be assumed by the reader and aren t intended by the author or authors Go Archives 2015 2 2014 12 2013 13 2012 3

    Original URL path: http://www.militaryandlaw.com.au/blog/flir-usa-release-the-tau-640-miniature-uncooled-17m-pixel-focal-array-thermal-imager (2016-02-17)
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  • Sofradir-EC New Jersey announced the availability of 2 additional options with the AstroScope 9350 - Journal - Military & Law Enforcement Technologies
    Vision Range Calculator Product Catalogue Download Tube Substitution Useful Links CONTACT Blog Sofradir EC New Jersey announced the availability of 2 additional options with the AstroScope 9350 14 Dec 2009 Posted by Administrator in Blogs Sofradir EC New Jersey announced the availability of 2 additional options with the AstroScope 9350 Sofradir EC formally know as Electrophysics Corp New Jersey has announced the availability of 2 additional options with the AstroScope 9350 Night Vision Module System The 9350 system is now available with a Variable Gain facility For users of large mega pixel dSLR s Full Frame adaptors are now available for Nikon Canon pairs The adaptors will ensure that the image isn t vignetted For further information please contact the author Rob MICHAEL Executive Director Military Law Enforcement Technologies on either 0411 244969 or robmblog militaryandlaw com au Welcome to our Blog The term government is intentionally generic and or may refer to State and or Commonwealth Law Enforcement Defence or other agencies No assumptions or references as to specifics should be assumed by the reader and aren t intended by the author or authors Go Archives 2015 2 2014 12 2013 13 2012 3 2010 1 2009 1 2008

    Original URL path: http://www.militaryandlaw.com.au/blog/sofradir-ec-new-jersey-announced-the-availability-of-2-additional-options-with-the-astroscope-9350 (2016-02-17)
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  • e2v technologies UK release the L3C216 24/7 Shadowed Overcast Starlight sensor - Journal - Military & Law Enforcement Technologies
    24 7 Shadowed Overcast Starlight sensor The L3C216 is an extremely high sensitivity 24 hour video camera The camera offers outstanding performance from bright sunlight to overcast starlight and below The 2 3 format monochrome CCD camera is flexible and easy to use providing bright crisp images in full daylight Its selectable temporal and spatial filtering options combined with the integral Peltier cooled EMCCD package enables the user to attain optimal performance at the very lowest light levels The L3C216 adds a new level of performance in day night vision enhancing target recognition and identification under very low light conditions The L3C216 series provides all the benefits of the existing L3Vision range in a smaller package and demands less power The 2 3 format sensor allows use with smaller optical components further reducing system payload Since the sensor is back thinned performance is similar to that obtained with e2v L3 series existing 1 format sensors An improved CCD manufacturing process reduces horizontal smear For further information please contact the author Rob MICHAEL Executive Director Military Law Enforcement Technologies on either 0411 244969 or robmblog militaryandlaw com au Welcome to our Blog The term government is intentionally generic and or may

    Original URL path: http://www.militaryandlaw.com.au/blog/e2v-technologies-uk-release-the-l3c216-247-shadowed-overcast-starlight-sensor (2016-02-17)
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  • Release of the NEW MCC7 Miniature High Resolution Colour CCTV Camera. - Journal - Military & Law Enforcement Technologies
    Product Catalogue Download Tube Substitution Useful Links CONTACT Blog Release of the NEW MCC7 Miniature High Resolution Colour CCTV Camera 23 Jan 2007 Posted by Administrator in Blogs Release of the NEW MCC7 Miniature High Resolution Colour CCTV Camera Release of the NEW MCC7 Miniature High Resolution Colour CCTV Camera The up tweaked MCC7 Miniature Colour High Resolution CCTV Camera is the smallest diameter 7mm CCD camera available today The NEW Control Box measures only 60mm x 52mm x 16mm With a range of 4x lenses option of 5x cable lengths up to 15m upgraded resolution to 480 TVL the NEW MCC7 is the ideal miniature covert colour CCTV system ideally suited to all surveillance applications For further information please contact the author Rob MICHAEL Executive Director Military Law Enforcement Technologies on either 0411 244969 or robmblog militaryandlaw com au Welcome to our Blog The term government is intentionally generic and or may refer to State and or Commonwealth Law Enforcement Defence or other agencies No assumptions or references as to specifics should be assumed by the reader and aren t intended by the author or authors Go Archives 2015 2 2014 12 2013 13 2012 3 2010 1 2009

    Original URL path: http://www.militaryandlaw.com.au/blog/release-of-the-new-mcc7-miniature-high-resolution-colour-cctv-camera (2016-02-17)
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