Extending the boundaries of night vision systems, Thermal Vision Technologies LLC has introduced the new line of Archer clip-ons. In order to satisfy the most demanding customer, the clip-ons are available in three modifications, different in size, weight and tasks performing: NVCOA-M, NVCOA-L and NVCOA-XL.
Designed for short-to-medium ranges, the most compact clip-on Archer NVCOA-M, intended to convert low-to-mid power daytime sights or binoculars (up to 6x magnification) to operate at night. It can be attached in front of a day rifle scope (using its quick release Picatinny mount) or directly onto the day scope (or binocular) objective lens with the included adaptor.
Archer NVCOA-M device is factory bore-sighted to better than 1MOA accuracy, that’s why no alteration in zero is experienced. The clip-on is intended primarily for operating when field of view and ease of use is more important than high magnification.
Archer NVCOA-L is one of the most advanced night vision clip-on for long-range night shooting (up to 1000 m), and stands out from the competition when it comes to clarity, versatility, reliability, function and value.
Archer NVCOA-L is packed with innovative features like variable gain control, bright light shut-off and a wireless remote control. This night vision clip-on is designed to make long-range night shooting just as easy and accurate as daytime shooting in the same terrain.
Archer NVCOA-XL is a night vision unit that mounts in front of any existing day scope, converting the scope into a night vision-capable device with an extra-long viewing range of up to 1500 meters. Suitable for use with most commercial and military specification daytime scopes (up to 16x magnification), Archer NVCOA-XL can be mounted/dismounted on any standard Picatinny rail in seconds, with no special tools required.
It can be used with an advanced modular rangefinder with a wavelength of 905 nm in order to determine the exact distance between the observer and the target up to 2000 meters. Measurements are displayed on the rangefinder’s indicators and in the FOV of any connected night vision device.