ATN (American Technologies Network) is an established leader in the world of night vision and tactical optical designs. Their products are designed with diligence and technological advancements, with a focus upon value and functionality.
Inspired by the Roman God of War - the MARS2X-3A night vision riflescope offers high-performance imagery, rugged environmental protection, and a world-class light-intensification system.
The Mars2X features high-grade all glass optics that are multicoated to suppress flare and glare for optimum viewing under difficult lighting conditions. The optical system is purged with dry nitrogen to ensure a high level of fog resistance during dynamic climatic conditions.
This nighttime sighting system is Picatinny/Weaver ready, and it can be adapted to an M16/AR15 carry handle with an optional adapter.
Inside this Mars2X scope there's a powerful and eye-opening intensifier tube. This 3rd generation system provides outstanding resolution rated at 64-72 lp/mm.
Many variables affect the distance that one can see with a night vision device; the object's size, the level of details being sought, the conditions of observation, the performance level of the NVD. The important factors to consider when evaluating any night vision device are the intensifier tube's generation, s/n ratio, level of magnification, specified resolution, along with the clarity & light transmission performance of the optical stack.
All night vision devices sold by B&H have bright-light-protection systems. This does not mean that bright light will not damage the device; exposure to a bright-light source will compromise the longevity and performance of any image intensifier tube.
Note! Export of this device described herein is strictly prohibited without a valid export license issued by the U.S. Department of State office of Defense Trade Controls, as prescribed in the International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR), Title 22, Code of Federal Regulation, Parts 120-130, and/or the U.S. Department of Commerce.
For further information contact the Office of Defense Trade Control and/or the U.S. Department of Commerce.