night vision device


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night vision device

Any electro-optical device that is used to detect visible and infrared energy and provide a visible image. Night vision goggles, forward-looking infrared, thermal sights, and low-light level television are night vision devices. Also called NVD. See also forward-looking infrared; night vision goggles(s).
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Prototypes for future night vision devices are currently in development, Bowman said, and are scheduled to be transferred to Douglas' office in fiscal year 2019.
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