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L3 Filmless White Phosphor DTNVS-14 Binocular MIL SPEC

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SKU: L3-DTNVS-14UW-0060B
Device Technology: Image Intensification
Optical Magnification: 1X
Objective Focal Length: 26mm
Objective F#: 1.2
Detection Range: 350

The DTNVG is a lightweight dual tube night vision goggle made for the professional users and sportsman. Like all dual tube goggles, the DTNVG provides depth perception and increases situational awareness over a monocular. Weighing in under 20oz the DTNVG offers significant weight savings over competing night vision binoculars and dual bridged monoculars. Although they are light, the DTNVG are more that rugged enough for ground use.

The auto-off function independently powers down one or both sides of the binocular when rolled outboard, and automatically powers back up each pod when rolled inboard. The DTNVG is ergonomic and extremely low profile when stowed against a helmet and the use of standard PVS-14 optics makes the DTNVG compatible with many PVS-14 style optics upgrades like the Ether lightweight eyepiece.

The DTNVG is powered by a single CR123A which is loaded from the objective side of the middle bridge. The DTNVG is also offered in an ANVIS configuration.

Maximum of four spots allowed per tube      
Spot Size (inches) Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3
>0.012 0 0 0
>0.009 to 0.012 0 0 0
>0.006 to 0.009 0 1 1
>0.003 to 0.006 0 2 2
Bright Spots 0 0  

A performance spec sheet will be included with required specifications.

  • Independent Auto On/Off
  • Powered by Single CR123

Tube: L-3 Filmless White Phosphor
Resolution: 64-72
Power Supply: CR123A
System Run Time: 30 hours+
Housing is manufactured in Luxembourg.

  • Display

  • Environmental Specifications

  • Lens Specifications

    Optical Magnification


    Objective Focal Length


    Objective F#


    Horizontal Angular Field of View


    Vertical Angular Field of View


    Detection Range


  • Physical

  • Sensor Specifications

    Device Technology

    Image Intensification

    Intensifier Resolution

    64-72 lp/mm

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  • 5
    Good is expensive

    Posted by AA on Oct 3rd 2021

    Makes dark things seem less dark. Anyone looking at goggles should go with an articulated bridge. Get the good tubes and be happy on the inside.

  • 5

    Posted by Alex on May 20th 2021

    Granted, my NV experience is limited but...I think I can safely say that these are the way to go if you have the budget.

    Operationally, these guys give you everything. Auto on/off when swinging the tubes up or stowing them (it does NOT turn off if you look straight up though, which is nice...still not sure how they do it, haha). They're lightweight, and slick with no unnecessary doodads. Turn it on, tiny IR led if you need, and go.

    They feel SOLID. When you hold these in your hands, you can tell that you got what you paid for.