LEDs Used in Night Vision Imaging Systems Compatible Lighting U.S.A.
Military - Market Forecast - 2020-2030
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Used in Night Vision Imaging System (NVIS) Compatible Lighting, by the US Military
A night vision device (NVD) comprises of an Infrared (IR) image intensifier tube in a
rigid casing, commonly used by US military forces. Infrared light is electromagnetic
radiation with a wavelength between 0.7 and 300 micrometers, which equates to a
frequency range between approximately 1 and 430 terahertz (THz).
Night vision goggles (NVG) combined with magnification lenses constitutes night
vision binoculars. Other types include monocular night vision devices with only one
eyepiece, which may be mounted to firearms as night sights. NVG and enhanced
vision systems (EVS) technologies are becoming standard operating products for US
military operations to improve safety. Light emitting diodes used in Night Vision
Imaging Systems must provide an environment that will not have near infrared (NIR)
noise, which would interfere with the nighttime sensitivity of the NVGs. It is
important to note that night vision compatibility (NVC) is only achieved when the
design of the lighting equipment allows for proper use with and without the NVIS, at
night or during the day.
NVIS are passive systems, which have a very high sensitivity to radiation in the
approximate region of 600nm to 930nm (orange to near infrared). The NVIS work by
converting photons from the outside night scene onto a micro-displayed visible
image. The NVIS will amplify the nighttime scene approximately 2000 times. To