Recognizing that Law Enforcement and Military personnel serve 24/7, American Technologies Network, Corp. (ATN) has developed a state-of-the-art day/night solution that is compatible with riflescopes, spotting scopes, or even as a hand-held unit.
The PS22-3A night vision front sight mounts directly in front of your daytime scope quickly and securely without tools; making it Night Vision operational. With your daytime scope already zeroed, the PS22-3A requires no further zeroing and allows you full use of all the features of your daytime scope. The PS22-3A features top of the line 3rd generation Select Alpha Tubes. These 3A image intensifier tubes are hand picked to provide the highest in quality and performance and have a guaranteed resolution of 64/72lp/mm and a minimum signal to noise ratio of 20.
The PS22-3A has a catadioptic front lens system which combines specifically shaped mirrors and lenses allowing for very fast focal ratios and for a smaller and more lightweight lens. The PS22-3A weighs in at only 650 grams. The glass optics is multi-coated for better optical view and protection from the elements. The PS22-3A comes standard with a 7/8” Weaver mount and an optional Adaptor that clips the PS22-3A to the front of your scope or an ARMS quick release mount is also available.
The ATN PS22-3A Night Vision System is also available as a Generation 2+ in the ATN PS22-2, a Generation CGT in the ATN PS22-CGT, and a Generation HPT as the ATN PS22-HPT. The law enforcement/military 3rd generation ATN PS22-3A has an MSRP of $4,695.
ATN PS22-3A Specifications:
Lens System: Mirror Lens
Focal Length: 80 MM
Interocular distance: 65 MM
Exit Pupil: 21 MM
Focus: 10 M to Infinity
Power Supply: 1-3V Lithium CR123A
Battery Life: 50 H (3V)
Operating Temperature, C: -40° C to +50° C
Storage Temperature, C: -50° C to +70° C
Waterproof: 10 M
Dimensions: 137 x 79 x 79 MM
Weight: 650 grams
Recognizing that Law Enforcement and Military personnel serve 24/7, American Technologies Network, Corp. (ATN) has…
by Tactical-Life.com / Jun 18, 2008