N-Vision Optics GT-14 Night Vision Monocular, Generation 3 Alpha Image Intensifier (GT14A)

N-Vision Optics

$ 3,050.00 $ 3,400.00


N-Vision Optics GT-14 Night Vision Monocular, Generation 3 Alpha Image Intensifier (GT14A)



GT-14 Night Vision Monocular

The GT-14 is a high-performance night vision monocular with advanced ergonomics and intelligent power control developed as an alternative to the standard PVS-14. Submersible and lightweight, GT-14 is equipped with the most advanced, U.S. made Generation 3 image intensifier tubes.

N-Vision Optics’ GT-14 can be used hand-held, head or helmet mounted, weapon mounted, or even dual mounted for use in a binocular configuration. All GT-14 units are equipped with automatic brightness control (ABC) and in-ocular IR and Low Battery indicators.

Each units ships with: GT-14 adapter (j-arm), sacrificial window, eyecup, lens cap, neckcord, soft carry case, lens cleaning paper, battery, user manual.

10 year Warranty: N-Vision Optics is proud to offer a 10 year warranty on our GT-14s to our domestic customers!


Submersible and shockproof

Automatic brightness control (ABC)

Invisible to the human eye IR

Hand-held, helmet-mountable, weapon-mountable

In ocular IR-on and low battery indicators

General Specifications:





Range Focus

25 cm to infinity

Diopter Focus

-6 to +2

Field of View


Operating Temperature

-51˚ C to +49˚C

Storage Temperature

-51˚ C to +85˚C


320 g / 11 oz


4.7 L x 2 W x 2.5 H (inches)
12 L x 5 W x 6 H (centimeters)


1 CR123 or 1 AA

Generation 3 Alpha Auto-Gated Image Intensifier

Resolution, min    64 lp/mm
Signal to Noise, min  25
Halo            <1.25
Dark Spots
Size Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3
>.009-.012 0 0 0
>.006-.009 0 1 2
.003-.006 0 2 2

Export Restrictions

While all Gen 3 and some Gen 2+ require export licenses, all night vision products are subject to United States Export rules and regulations. Valid export licenses may be issued by the U.S. Department of Commerce or the U.S. Department of State, Directorate of Defense Trade Controls, in accordance with the International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR), Title 22, Code of Federal Regulation 120-130. No exceptions!!