CNVD ( AN/PVS-24 )
The L3 M2124 is a rugged, clip-on night vision device (CNVD) AN/PVS-24 used by U.S. Special Operations Forces. The advanced design of the M2124 eliminates the typical requirement of removing a primary (day) sighting system since the CNVD mounts in line with a standard day optical sight. Combining day and night vision sights eliminates the need to re-zero, since the primary sight remains undisturbed. Additional advantages to supplementing a primary sighting system with the M2124 include maintaining a user’s consistent eye relief and shooting position as well as retaining user muscle memory. By operating the locking quick-disconnect, single-throw lever mounting system provided, the M2124 easily attached to a MIL-STD-1913 rail interface system. The unit may also be used as a hand-held observation device.
Single lithium battery operation
Mounting/dismounting does not affect the boresight of the
weapon to the day sight
Large exit pupil fills field of view of the largest day sights
Simple two control operation—on/off and focus.
Mounts on any Picatinny rail.
Designed for use with platforms, including but not limited
to .223 (5.56 NATO; .308 (7.62 NATO); .300 WINMAG;
.338 Lapua; and spotting scopes.
Standard Package Includes:
Objective lens cover
Soft carry case
Other Available Options:
Infrared (IR) beacon
Programmable IR Beacon(s)
Hard shipping/storage case
Mounting systems for various rifles
Objective Lens 55mm
Field of View 17.5°
Focus Range 25m to ∞
Tube Options Gen. 3 Autogated—USA ONLY
Battery CR123A (Lithium of Alkaline)
Battery Life > 40 hours at room temperature
Low Voltage Indicator Alerts when < 30 min battery remain
Dimensions (w x h x l) 5.4”” x 3.5” x5.8” (with hood)
13.7 cm x 9.7 cm x 7.7 cm
Weight (w/ batteries) 1.7 lbs / 771 grams
Operating Temp -60° F to 124° F
-50° C to 50° C
Storage Temp -60° F to 160° F
-50° C to 70° C
Maximum Altitude 45,000 feet
Max. Immersion Depth 66 feet
Devices described for sale on this site is strictly prohibited from export without a valid export license issued by the U.S. Department of State Office of Defense Trade Controls prescribed in the International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR), Title 22, Code of Federal Regulation, Parts 120-130.