Bering Optics 1x26 Polaris Gen I Night Vision Monocular with Headgear

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Bering Optics 1x26 Polaris Gen I Night Vision Monocular with Headgear
Key Features
  • Gen I Image Intensifier
  • Fully Multicoated Optics
  • 39mm f/1.2 Lens System
  • Automatic High-Light Cut-Off
The 1x26 Polaris Gen I Night Vision Monocular from Bering Optics is a close to mid-range night vision device (NVD) that comes with flip-up headgear that enables hands-free viewing. This NVD is equipped with an integrated infrared illuminator capable of illuminating a subject at a distance of 27 yd. This configuration of the Polaris monocular has an unmagnified f/1.2 lens system that provides a wide angle of view and transmits adequate light for moonlit observations.
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Bering Optics Polaris Overview

The 1x26 Polaris Gen I Night Vision Monocular from Bering Optics is a close to mid-range night vision device (NVD) that comes with flip-up headgear that enables hands-free viewing. This NVD is equipped with an integrated infrared illuminator capable of illuminating a subject at a distance of 27 yd. This configuration of the Polaris monocular has an unmagnified f/1.2 lens system that provides a wide angle of view and transmits adequate light for moonlit observations.

The included flip-up headgear has adjustable straps for a custom fit and padding for added comfort. The flip-up headgear adapter makes hands-free use and flip-up storage quick and easy; a dovetail rail on the monocular is useful for dismounting the NVD for handheld viewing. The IR illuminator is controlled by a dedicated button that allows it to be activated without taking your eye off the visual scene.

Additionally, this NVD is capable of focusing within ten inches. The Polaris monocular's first generation intensifier tube is protected against bright light damage by circuitry that deactivates the NVD when excessive light levels are detected. An IPX4-compliant, water-sealed housing makes the Polaris NVD ready to perform in light rain, high humidity, and even freezing temperatures.

UPC: 850432003014

Bering Optics Polaris Specs

Performance
Lens System39mm f/1.2
Magnification1x
Field of View123' @ 100 yd / 37.5 m @ 100 m
Minimum Focus Distance9" / 23 cm
Eye Relief12 mm
Diopter Adjustment-4 to +4
Night Vision
Infrared IlluminatorYes, Built-In
Intensifier Tube1 x Gen 1
FeaturesBright Light Cutoff
Environmental
Water ResistanceIPX4
Operating Temperature-22 to 113°F / -30 to 45°C
Operating Humidity93%
General
Battery1 x CR123A
 • Up to 20-Hour Runtime with IR
 • Up to 60-Hour Runtime without IR
Dimensions6.1 x 3.1 x 2.4" / 16 x 8 x 6 cm
Weight12.4 oz / 386 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.05 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)12 x 9 x 4"
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does this have manual adjustable brightness?

does this have manual adjustable brightness?
Asked by: wade
This Model does not. My apologies.
Answered by: Alex S
Date published: 2021-02-04

Does the head gear adapter attach to a level 3a ...

Does the head gear adapter attach to a level 3a ballistic fast helmet ?
Asked by: Donald
Does the adapter detach from head gear band and attach to the front of the helmet ? Or do I need a special mount and bracket?
Answered by: Donald
Date published: 2021-04-15

How well do these work with an ir laser?

How well do these work with an ir laser?
Asked by: James
The built-in IR illuminator range is 80 feet.
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2020-11-06

previously i asked if it is a green or white ...

previously i asked if it is a green or white phosphor and the answer i got was, neither its a gen 1, That did not answer my question i know its gen 1 Now is it green image or white?
Asked by: brian
It is green
Answered by: John
Date published: 2021-09-12

is this a white phosphor tube or green

is this a white phosphor tube or green
Asked by: brian
Neither it is a Gen I Image Intensifier tube
Answered by: John
Date published: 2021-08-29
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