AIMsight MUM-14A 3NW Mil Spec Mul-Purpose Night Vision Monocular Gen 3 White Phosphor NAMMUM14A135DW1
The MUM-14A 3NW is a high performance modular, hand held passive night vision monocular device that utilizes a single Generation II/III intensifier tube to provide crisp, clear images under the darkest conditions. The MUM-14A “single tube / single eyepiece” approach to night vision missions is based upon the proven concept that independent use of each eye maximizes the ability of the user to operate under a wide range of low light conditions maintaining optimal situational awareness and flexibility of equipment applications. Small and Versatile, the MUM-14A gives you a high performance 2nd generation system in the smallest package available. With its unique electronic switch performance, the MUM-14A does not require an adapter to convert from AA to 123A batteries. The MUM-14 has the ability to be weapon mounted, head/helmet mounted, handheld, optionally attached to cameras and extender 3x/5x afocal objective lenses. Also available is a dual system head/helmet mount that allow two MUM-14A’s to become one binocular system. The on-axis rail system permits the MUM-14A to use a wide range of mounting options.
Gen3 "White Phosphor"
Hands free Operation
Integrated IR Illuminator
Head, Helmet or Weapon Mountable
Intuitive Modular Design
Dual Mini Rails for Fast Head and Weapon Mounting Transition
Image Intensifier Tube - Gen 3 White Phosphor
Magnification - 1x
Lens System - 27 mm; F/1.2
FOV - 40°
Focus Range - 0.25 m to Infinity
Diopter Adjustment - -6 to +4 dpt
Led Indicators - Low battery (yellow) IR illuminator (red)
Low battery indicator - Yes
Infrared Illuminator - Yes
Battery Type - One CR123A (3V) or AA (1.5 V)
Battery Life (Operating) - Up to 40 hours at 20°C
Operating Temperature Range - -37°C to +54°C (-35°F to +129°F)
Storage Temperature Range - -51°C to +71°C (-59°F to +159°F)
Weight - 0.275 kg (0.6 lbs)
Overall Dimensions - 114 × 49 × 79 mm (4.5 × 1.9 × 3.1 in)
This product is subject to the jurisdiction of the U.S. Department of State in accordance with the International Traffic in Arms regulations (ITAR) (22CFR 120 through 130). A license or other approval is required to the ITAR prior to any Export or Temporary Import.