Mansfield, TX – The Sightmark Night Raider 3×60 Gen 1 night vision riflescope is a universal night optic designed for nighttime hunting and observation. The Night Raider is a passive starlight device, meaning it does not require an artificial or IR light source to operate; however, the built-in IR illuminator substantially enhances viewing capabilities, especially in environments of absolute darkness.
This lightweight riflescope, made of durable titanium, is equipped with high magnification and resolution, as well as precision internal windage and elevation adjustments for crisp, clear night time viewing. Sightmark combined the two-color range finding reticle with incremental reticle brightness adjustment to allow the hunter to see his or her prey in even the darkest surroundings. In the dead of night, the Night Raider can detect its target from over 200 yards away.
“Our customers are really excited about the Night Raider because it is one of the few units with built in IR, large reticle brightness and remote control switch,” said Chase Stephens, Sightmark National Sales. “Normally this combo of features has only been available in higher generation units, making this unit more accessible to our customers for tactical use and ideal for the growing varmint hunting market.”
The Night Raider is built for harsh conditions and has IPX4 waterproofing and a vertically positioned, long life battery for uninterrupted power supply. Equipped with a weaver rail, for ease in mounting, and a remote control with secure attachments, the Sightmark Night Raider Riflescope is the varmint hunter’s favorite tool. Every hunter will be able to share the excitement of the hunt even in the light of day with the photo and video adapter.
Sightmark products are inspired by advanced military and law enforcement technology. Sightmark manufactures award-winning products that include riflescopes, gun sights, laser sights, night vision, rangefinders, flashlights, boresights, and other shooting accessories. Sightmark takes pride in bringing the highest quality tactical, competition shooting, and hunting accessories to the shooting enthusiast. For more information on Sightmark’s products, log on to www.sightmark.com. Please contact Sarah Tajvar at firstname.lastname@example.org or 817.225.0310×113 for any additional information.
Mansfield, TX – April 12, 2011 – In today’s world of high tech shooting accessories, the Pulsar Recon 550 will impress every shooter with quality, long distance digital night vision. Primarily for night observation and surveillance applications, the Pulsar Recon 550 provides the optimum night vision capabilities in a compact monocular. Equipped with a more sensitive CCD array and advanced program technology, the SumLight™ signal processing program allows the user to see greater distances, up to 270 yards. Even on dark nights, shooters will be able to view their target with Recon’s high contrast viewing mode. The Pulsar Recon’s new five-lens eyepiece enhances the sharpness and contrast of the image, while minimizing distortion on the edges of the field of view.
“The most important aspects of digital night vision are image quality, viewing distance, and size of the unit. Pulsar incorporates these three components to produce the best digital night vision products for consumers”, says James Sellers, President of Sellmark Corporation. “The Pulsar Recon provides this outstanding customer experience.”
For improved observation in less than ideal night time viewing situations, the Pulsar Recon 550 comes equipped with a built-in IR Illuminator and 4x magnification so the shooter will have a great view of their prey. Additional accessories include a short weaver rail, a tripod mount and a choice of LCD display colors. For security surveillance and night hunting, the Pulsar Recon 550 is the digital night vision monocular every shooter will to take on their hunt. Pulsar – Image. Quality.
Pulsar products are manufactured with the professional individual in mind. Built on a mil-spec platform, Pulsar provides Advanced Night Vision products for the likes of military, law enforcement & professional shooters. Pulsar strives to provide consumers with the latest innovations in technology and the highest quality. For more information on Pulsar products, log on to www.pulsaramericas.com.
American Technologies Network introduces the Voyager, night vision bi-oculars made for medium to long range viewing for home security and nighttime surveillance. The Voyager is a night vision device that allows both eyes to view comfortably in two-eyepieces through the single optical system allowing for long viewing times without eyestrain.
The ATN Voyager Night Vision System features ATN’s proprietary “Smart” technology that includes digital controls, a detachable 100-yard Infrared Illuminator and a proximity sensor that automatically turns the unit on or off saving battery life.
ATN VOYAGER FEATURES
South San Francisco, CA – American Technologies Network, makers of military, law enforcement, security and outdoor night vision and thermal applications, is proud to announce The ATN Night Cougar XT; a lightweight dual eye/tube Goggles System that is comfortable to wear and easy to use. Powered by two high-quality 1st. Gen+ Light Intensifier Tubes and using fast precision optics, the ATN Night Cougar Night Vision Goggle has one of the clearest and brightest images available in a 1st Gen. Goggle System. Combine all of the above with a built-in Infrared Illuminator that lets you see in total darkness and you will be on your way to exploring even the darkest of places from your backyard to any exotic location for wildlife viewing or for personal security.
ATN COUGAR XT FEATURES
* High resolution Gen 1+ Image Intensifier Tube
* Hands-free usageATN Cougar XT
* Comfortable, easy-to-adjust headgear
* Flip-up headgear
* Easy to use digital controls
* Multi-coated all-glass optics
* Built-in Flood infrared illuminator
* Water and fog resistant
* Limited Two-Year Warranty
* Total Darkness IR System
* Proshield Lens Coating
* Infrared Illuminator
* MSRP $569.00
The official launch will be at the upcoming “Shot Show” which will take place in Las Vegas, Nevada on June 18th to 21st, 2011 – Booth #3428
The user-friendly Tru-Dot® AD-COM family of sights are extremely lightweight, compact and easily adjustable on the weapon dovetail Incorporating the company’s exclusive Tru Dot® technology, the AD-COM sights are 20% to 30% brighter than any others in the field, enabling pinpoint hits on stationary or moving targets even in low-light conditions. Initially, the Tru-Dot® Ad-Com Adjustable Sights will be first available for Glock, H&K, SpringfIeld and Kahr pistols
Also set to make their debut at the “Shot Show” are the fruits of recent collaboration between Meprolight and NOVAK®. NOVAK® genuine night sights have achieved worldwide recognition for their unmatched quality and performance. The new sights will feature NOVAK’s steel body with MEPROLIGHT’s Tru-Dot® illumination. Six MEPROLIGHT/NOVAK® models will be introduced, designated for Colt, Springfield and Taurus firearms. MEPROLIGHT is the only company that will be offering Front and Back NOVAK® sights in a single package. The advantages of the MEPROLIGHT-NOVAK partnership are twofold: customers will benefit from the rugged NOVAK® steel body equipped with MEPROLIGHT’s unique Tru-Dot® illumination technology.
MEPROLIGHT is a world leader in tritium self-illuminated sights currently in use by military and law enforcement organizations across the globe. According to Benny Kokia, Marketing Director for USA and Canada, “this cooperation is an exciting new opportunity to provide solutions combining the unique and exclusive features of night sights manufactured by two leading companies in the field.”
Meprolight designs and manufactures a wide array of electro-optical and optical sights and devices, night vision devices, thermal sights and a wide variety of night sights and
other tritium- and LED-illuminated products and accessories for safety and security applications for the law enforcement, military and civilian communities. For more information about Meprolight visit www.meprolight.com.
South San Francisco, CA – American Technologies Network, Corporation manufactures night vision gear for law enforcement and the military and their commercial market scopes and sights are made with the same demanding requirements for durability, optical clarity, accuracy and night vision performance. The ATN Night Arrow6-CGT is a weapon scope providing excellent observation, target acquisition and aiming capabilities for sport shooters or varmint hunters. The CGT type of Image Intensifier tubes are engineered for significantly enhanced performance over standard 2nd generation IITs. The CGT IIT is a Multi-Alkali compact 18mm format MCP Image Intensifier. Highlights of the CGT specifications are typical SNR of 16-22 and resolution of 45-54 lp/mm. CGT IITs are sensitive in a wide spectral band and thus provide good contrast in all scene circumstances.
The ATN Night Arrow6-CGT features a “Red on Green” reticle system with a 1/6 MOA adjustment and an automatic brightness control (ABC) for tube protection. The center red reticle is illuminated for optimal contrast against a dark or light target. The light and compact sight features a non-reflective matte black finish and mounts to a standard weaver rail system. It is weather resistant and is designed to use 1 AA type battery. One-knob operation allows for easy one-handed use. The ATN Night Arrow6-CGT offers superior night vision performance in a rugged weapons sight at an affordable retail price of $1,795.00.
ATN Night Arrow6-CGT Specifications:
IIT type CGT
Resolution 45-54 lp/mm
Power Supply (1) 1.5V AA battery
Battery Life 30 hrs
Range of Focus 10m to Infinity
Operating Temperature -40°C to +50C°
Storage Temperature -50° to +70° C
Environmental rating Water resistant
Dimensions 335 x 103 x 93mm
13.2″ x 4.1″ x 3.7″
Weight 1.7 kg/ 3.8 lb
The ATN Night Arrow6-CGT also features the Total Darkness IR System, Proshield Lens Coating and Automatic Brightness control. Accessories include a detachable IR450 infrared illuminator, battery, instruction manual, lens tissue and warranty card.
Night vision, once the exclusive property of military special forces and dreadlock’d aliens, has over the past few years become far more accessible for the everyman — even everymen with small pockets. But, we could be on the verge of a green-screen revolution if research taking place at the University of Florida, led by Dr. Franky So, comes to fruition.
He and his students are working on OLED film that is excited by infrared. Multiple layers of the stuff convert that light into a spectrum that we can see and, if all goes well, could be inexpensively layered onto anything from glasses to car windshields. So is indicating this film could start production in 18 months, but given the accuracy of original predictions regarding monstrously huge yet inexpensive OLED displays we won’t exactly be holding our collective breath over here.