Santa Barbara, April 25th 2019 – Opto-electronics experts Electro Optical Industries (EOI), part of the HGH company, shed light on their innovative NVDs testing systems ; the NV-2500, providing all standard NVDs tests, fully automated, and the NV-2020 allowing proper adjustment of all goggle parameters prior to a mission.
Electro Optical Industries’ Night Vision Test sets are emerging as the new standard for digital night vision goggle testing. The NV-2500 is a compact, plug-and-play solution, providing field tests for all existing Night Vision Goggles and Monoculars. According to EOI, one of the main advantages of such a sophisticated tool is the reliability of the results: the tests are fully automated and no longer based on the subjective interpretations of the human eye. The available tests include: image intensifier checks, focus, resolution, gain, spot defects, distortion, collimation, and more.
Stephen Scopatz, General Manager, stated: “Users are now fully autonomous in the test of their NVDs, and there is no more subjectivity in the results. Our NV-2500 combines the highest ergonomics with the best reliability’’.
“Users are now fully autonomous in the test of their NVDs, and there is no more subjectivity in the results. Our NV-2500 combines the highest ergonomics with the best reliability’’.
The NV-2020 allows the user to make the final adjustment just before a mission. It is a compact, battery-powered and transportable device made on purpose to go into the field.
‘’Using the NV-2020 is the very last step before going into the field, to make sure the NVDs – any goggle type – are adjusted. It is both a plug and play system and a high precision one: infinity focus and mechanical alignment are made possible thanks to an integrated accurate target’’ added Catherine Barrat, Head of Test & Measurement Unit.
Electro Optical Industries and HGH will exhibit at many tradeshows around the world in 2019. Visit the website for more information
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