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  • Pyser-SGI announce the very successful PNP Night Vision Device is now available with XH72 & XR5 IIT - Journal - Military & Law Enforcement Technologies
    Ratings Tube Specifications BLOG PRODUCT DEVS FAQ RESOURCES Glossary of Terms How Night Vision works Night Vision Range Calculator Product Catalogue Download Tube Substitution Useful Links CONTACT Blog Pyser SGI announce the very successful PNP Night Vision Device is now available with XH72 XR5 IIT 1 Jun 2004 Posted by Administrator in Blogs Pyser SGI announce the very successful PNP Night Vision Device is now available with XH72 XR5 IIT Pyser SGI of the UK has announced that very successful PNP Night Vision Device is now available with the DEp Photonis XH72 XR5 autogated Image Intensifier Tube 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 5 2004 5 2003 2 2002 3 Useful Resources Glossary of

    Original URL path: http://www.militaryandlaw.com.au/blog/pyser-sgi-announce-the-very-successful-pnp-night-vision-device-is-now-available-with-xh72--xr5-iit (2016-02-17)
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  • Photonis France releases new Image Intensification Tube (IIT). The eXtended HyperGen® XH72® - Journal - Military & Law Enforcement Technologies
    Image Intensification Tube IIT The eXtended HyperGen XH72 27 May 2004 Posted by Administrator in Blogs Photonis France releases new Image Intensification Tube IIT The eXtended HyperGen XH72 Photonis France releases new Image Intensification Tube IIT The eXtended HyperGen XH72 features a new proprietary Microchannel Plate with 4 m diameter pores and offers the unprecedented resolution of 80 lp mm typical 72 lp mm min The 80 lp mm typical combined with a very high signal to noise ratio 24 min makes XH72 technology the key to seeing further with better contrast and more detail than with any other image intensifier tube IIT available worldwide today Other advancements include Improved Image Quality Absolute Minimal Halloing Flaring Image Uniformity Better Detectivity at Very Low Light Levels Good Resilience to laser beams 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

    Original URL path: http://www.militaryandlaw.com.au/blog/photonis-france-releases-new-image-intensification-tube-iit-the-extended-hypergen-xh72 (2016-02-17)
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  • Fujinon of Japan has released a new range of Infrared C mount CCTV lenses. - Journal - Military & Law Enforcement Technologies
    Vision works Night Vision Range Calculator Product Catalogue Download Tube Substitution Useful Links CONTACT Blog Fujinon of Japan has released a new range of Infrared C mount CCTV lenses 2 Feb 2004 Posted by Administrator in Blogs Fujinon of Japan has released a new range of Infrared C mount CCTV lenses Fujinon of Japan has released a new range of Infrared C mount CCTV lenses These zoom lenses are available in either 22x or 55x magnifications and are designed to achieve the following to maintain sensitivity in the IR range to maintain focus outside and within the IR spectrum to achieve high resolution imaging to utilise high powered zooming facilities 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

    Original URL path: http://www.militaryandlaw.com.au/blog/fujinon-of-japan-has-released-a-new-range-of-infrared-c-mount-cctv-lenses (2016-02-17)
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  • Pyser-SGI UK introduce 'Image Fusion' for their Day and Night Operating System - DANOS. - Journal - Military & Law Enforcement Technologies
    SGI UK introduce Image Fusion for their Day and Night Operating System DANOS Pyser SGI of the UK has introduced Image Fusion for their Day and Night Operating System DANOS TI II and day surveillance system This allows the operator of the DANOS system to integrate images from all three sensors to one adjustable image on a single monitor by fusing together any 2 or all 3 camera images at the same time and in real time video DANOS incorporates a 3 camera operating system Thermal Imaging Image Intensification and High Resolution Colour CCTV cameras This provides the DANOS Operator the ability to survey the target area over short and long distances to enable detection recognition and identification of targets either by operating cameras independently of each other or by fusing together any 2 or all 3 camera images at the same time and in real time video 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

    Original URL path: http://www.militaryandlaw.com.au/blog/pyser-sgi-uk-introduce-image-fusion-for-their-day-and-night-operating-system-danos (2016-02-17)
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  • e2v technologies UK introduce the L3Vision Overcast Day/Night 24/7 Low Light camera. - Journal - Military & Law Enforcement Technologies
    L3Vision Overcast Day Night 24 7 Low Light camera 28 Apr 2003 Posted by Administrator in Blogs e2v technologies UK introduce the L3Vision Overcast Day Night 24 7 Low Light camera e2v technologies of the UK has introduced the L3Vision Overcast Day Night 24 7 Low Light camera This camera resolves at 430TVL and by utilising an amplifier on the CCD chip the operator is able to utilize the camera from bright sunlight at 100 000 lux down to starlight at 1mlux giving an illuminance inter scene dynamic range of one hundred million to one The camera is able to operate in Full Daylight to Overcast Starlight The camera utilises an Amplified Peltier cooled 1 chip anti blooming technology as well as a Liquid Crystal Polymer Shutter eliminating frame shift 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 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

    Original URL path: http://www.militaryandlaw.com.au/blog/e2v-technologies-uk-introduce-the-l3vision-overcast-daynight-247-low-light-camera (2016-02-17)
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  • Gen IV Night Vision discontinued! - Journal - Military & Law Enforcement Technologies
    Administrator in Blogs Gen IV Night Vision discontinued Due to issues regarding life longevity of Gen IV filmless Image Intensifier tubes 5 000 hrs life Gen IV is no longer produced due to not meeting the US government s requirements for long term use as compared with the current Gen III filmed tubes 10 000 hours The compromise is the new Gen III Pinnacle tube This is a thin filmed tube that offers the benefits of anti haloing higher signal to noise ratio and higher contrast as found on the Gen IV technology but in a longer lasting intensifier Gen III Pinnacle is only available within the USA and for Australian cliental Gen III Omni IV is still the maximum available The rejected Image Intensiier Tubes were sold off to an online retailer for disposal 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

    Original URL path: http://www.militaryandlaw.com.au/blog/gen-iv-night-vision-discontinued (2016-02-17)
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  • Pyser-SGI announce the release of an advanced version of the popular EV3 Image Enhancer - Journal - Military & Law Enforcement Technologies
    in Blogs Pyser SGI announce the release of an advanced version of the popular EV3 Image Enhancer Pyser SGI of the UK has announced the release of an advanced version of the popular EV3 Image Enhancer the EV9 Similar functionality and results of it s very popular predecessor the EV3 the next generation enhancer has 9 windows rather than 4 and is even more ideally suited for situations where there is low light smoke haze fog or rain It is also a valuable tool during day night covert operations to exclude bright extraneous lights eg lampposts The best results from the EV9 are seen in live video pictures although pre recorded video will see remarkable improvement also Any video can be fed into the EV9 device and the poorer the original whether it be because of climatic conditions or low light the more improvement can be seen 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

    Original URL path: http://www.militaryandlaw.com.au/blog/pyser-sgi-announce-the-release-of-an-advanced-version-of-the-popular-ev3-image-enhancer (2016-02-17)
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  • Pyser-SGI of the UK release a portable day/night/thermal observation system. - Journal - Military & Law Enforcement Technologies
    of Terms How Night Vision works Night Vision Range Calculator Product Catalogue Download Tube Substitution Useful Links CONTACT Blog Pyser SGI of the UK release a portable day night thermal observation system 26 Jun 2002 Posted by Administrator in Blogs Pyser SGI of the UK release a portable day night thermal observation system Pyser SGI of the UK has released a portable day night thermal observation system The DANOS system provides the operative with a temporary or permanent perimeter surveillance system which when employed in a temporary configuration can be placed in various locations and linked via their proprietary Multi Sensor Modular System MSMS microwave apparatus 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 5 2004

    Original URL path: http://www.militaryandlaw.com.au/blog/pyser-sgi-of-the-uk-release-a-portable-daynightthermal-observation-system (2016-02-17)
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