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Night Vision Display: For Your Surveillance, Navigation and Hunting Needs


Displays, Goggles, Computers

You rely on your Night Vision Imaging Systems (NVIS) to see what your naked eye cannot. Sometimes it is life or death and a system that is reliable is vital for safety and success. You need a night vision imaging system that is accurate, clear and will not interfere with other tools. NVIS Displays are not only useful for the military industry but have proven useful for the commercial, medical and consumer industries. In each of these industries NVIS technology is used to see outside of the 400-700 nanometer range which is what we experience as color. All of our NVIS display systems can be optically bonded to improve the visibility and durability of the display in the most rugged environments. E3 Displays NVIS enhancement ensures that all missions are completed timely and safely.

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How Does NVIS Work?

NVIS technology reads the infrared light administered by objects rather than visible light. Every object radiates a certain amount of infrared light based upon its temperature. A standard LCD display emits high levels of IR radiation causing interferences with the Night Vision Imaging Systems. To prevent this and image distortion, NVIS display solutions are usually TFT displays that emit very low levels of IR. This enables the user to view an accurate image without the use of external equipment. The illumination from the display is also low enough to be virtually undetectable at an extended distance.

Common Application of NVIS

  • Navigation
  • Surveillance¬†
  • Identification
  • Mining
  • Construction
  • Diagnostics
  • Search and Rescue
  • Marine navigation
  • Hunting

Night Vision Filters

Besides having to design a new display or replace its entire backlight system, we as NVIS Display Manufacturer, can simply add a NVIS filter to your existing display. In order to be in compliance with MIL-STD 3009, a display needs to be able to be utilized with or without NVIS capabilities both at night and during the day. NVIS filters achieve this and can be easily installed into the front or backlight assembly of any display. Filter color selection can be chosen based on transmission, light source, and infrared noise requirements. 

MIL-STD 3009

Lighting, Aircraft, Night Vision Imaging Systems (NVIS) Compatible

This standard was created for military aircraft and display equipment that use Night Vision Imaging Systems (NVIS) technology. The specific performance requirements stated in MIL-STD 3009 are created by the Department of Defense and approved for use by the United States Air Force and all other Departments and Agencies of the Department of Defense. All E3 Displays NVIS solutions meet MIL-STD 3009 standards.

Benefits of Night Vision Displays

Ultra Low Power Consumption: We took the focus away from the technology and redirected it towards your goals. Because we focus on passive enhancements and limiting backlight power drainage, your display will last longer and have continuous reliability when you need it most.

Viewing Angles up to 89 Degrees:
Not everyone that views your display is going to view it from a perfect dead on angle. E3 produces displays with every viewer and the surrounding environment in mind so you can have optimum impact.

All Light Readability:
Displays that are not built for the right environment can cause strain in the viewers eyes. E3 Displays can produce up to 2500 nits for the brightest viewing environments and lower nit displays for indoor viewing to create the best viewer experience.

Extended Wide Temperature: Heat dissipation is the key to measuring display performance. The heat generated by the operation of the display is dissipated through optical material and is not blocked by insulating air layers. By filling the insulating air gap between the components, heat can be transferred to the outside environment.

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