Wondering how night vision devices work? Night vision goggles and monoculars utilise an image intensifier tube, which is basically a vacuum tube that helps to convert low levels of light into visible quantities of light. The green tinge usually seen in night vision goggles or monoculars is due to the phosphors in the image intensifier tube, although some night vision devices provide an image output in black and white as well.
We stock a growing range of Gen 1 and Gen 2 night vision devices. Gen 1 night vision devices make use of ambient light (e.g. starlight and moonlight) to augment the normal amounts of reflected infrared in the environment, whereas Gen 2 night vision devices have improved image-intensifier tubes that enable enhanced image resolution and viewing in extremely low light conditions, including moonless nights.
If you're unsure of what night vision goggles or monocular would be suitable for you, feel free to contact us and we'll be glad to help you out! We offer the best night vision goggles for sale in Australia, and we always strive to give you the best price and service so that you can find a pair of night vision goggles that is suited specifically for your needs.