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With the benefits of hands-free operation and a lightweight housing, the Iris 225 B/W Gen 2+ Night Vision Goggle from Night Optics provides an ideal night time surveillance solution for long periods. Dual intensifier tubes, with independent focus and dioptric adjustment, provide sharp stereoscopic vision with enhanced depth perception versus monocular or bi-ocular NVDs. An integrated IR illuminator allows you to comfortably view your target, in extreme low light conditions.
A two-stage on/off knob provides easy activation while wearing the goggles. Turn the knob to turn them on, continue rotating it to turn the illuminator on. Designed for long duration observation, the NVD weighs just 20 oz. The weatherproof housing has a rubberized armored exterior to help protect it from drops, bumps, and impacts.
Black and white image display
Dual Gen 2+ white phosphor intensifier tubes
26mm f/1.2 lens system
Field of view: 790' @ 1000 yd
10' close focus distance
Use and Handling
Individual focusing rings and dioptric adjustment
Built-in IR illuminator
Large 2-stage on/off knob: Rotate to turn goggles on, continue turning to activate IR illuminator
Runs on a single CR123 battery with up to 30 hr runtime
Includes head mount for hands-free use
Wide -4 to 113°F operating temperature
Lightweight; 20 oz
In the Box
Night Optics Iris 225 B/W Gen 2+ Night Vision Goggle
Flip-Up Head Mount
Hard Carrying Case
Limited 2-Year Warranty
Table of Contents
Angle/Field of View
Apparent: 40° 790' @ 1000 yd (263 m @ 1000 m)
26 mm f/1.2
Minimum Focus Distance
10' (3 m)
Not specified by manufacturer
Battery / Runtime
1 x CR123 / 30 hr, maximum
-4 to 113°F (-20 to 45°C)
4.5 x 4.5 x 2.5" (11.4 x 11.4 x 6.4 cm)
20 oz (538 g)
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