NBL 352 binoculars by Nayvis Belarus are appreciated for their reliability, reliability and competitive price. Very good quality of mapping in the conditions of total darkness, brightness and visibility are its basic features.
NBL 352 night vision binoculars are the only binoculars on the Polish market that are factory-equipped with a 40 mW infrared laser beam, allowing effective monitoring of distances from 500 meters, depending on the user's focus.
Structurally, the binoculars are waterproof, the casing is made of aluminum alloys and free of plastic parts, while maintaining a relatively low weight. The glasses are equipped with profiled eyecups to eliminate lateral light
NBL 352 D has two LED indicators to indicate the current mode of operation of the device. The binoculars are powered by one 3V CR123 lithium battery, which lasts up to 120 hours. The upper part of the housing has two switches, a switch for the device and an integrated infrared emitter.
Includes neck strap, lid, battery, cover.
| • Generation: || 1+ |
| • IR illuminator: || built-in, laser, 40 mW, 847 nm (infrared) |
| • Control: || analog |
| • Zoom: || 3.5x |
| • Lens diameter: || 50 mm |
| • Resolution: || 35 lines / mm |
| • Detection range: || up to 1000 m |
| • Range of recognition: || 150-200 m (detection of wild boar at moonlight) |
| • Field of view: || 14 ° |
| • Focal length of the lens: || F = 80 mm |
| • Lighted: || F / 1.6 |
| • Focus range (Diopter): || +/- 3 |
| • Adjustment range of the eye track: || 59 - 70 mm |
| • Focus range: || from 5 m to infinity |
| • Power supply: || 1 x CR123 3 V |
| • Temperature range: || from -25 to + 50 ° C |
| • Working time without changing the power source: || up to 120 hours (without IR, 20 ° C) |
| • Dimensions: || 220 x 120 x 60 mm |
| • Weight: || 950 g |
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Question : What is the difference between the 1 and 2 generation night vision devices? I want to buy a night vision device, but I would like to learn more about night vision technology.
Answer: Basic information can be found in the HOW TO OPERATE THE NECTOR (click to read)