NiCAM-14 NVG Image Intensifiers

NiCAM-14 Monocular NVG

Why NiCAM-14 NVGs?

NiCAM-14 NVG Image Intensifiers are a miniature, lightweight monocular night vision goggle (NVG) for military and civilian applications including special forces, search & rescue, police, border security, target acquisition, counter drug operations, park rangers monitoring wildlife/illegal game hunters, VIP protection and for general situational awareness.

All models of NiCAM-14feature a fully integrated bracket for full compatibility with Thermoteknix’ ClipIR Clip On Thermal Imager for full Fused Night Vision.

NiCAM-14 supports a wide range of 18mm Gen 2+ or Gen 3 tubes to suit all applications and budgets:

Photonis XD-4™
The XD-4™ technology sets the European standard for low-light-level imaging. XD-4™ Image Intensifier tubes perform extremely well in all environmental conditions.

Photonis XD-4™ Onyx
The black and white version of the Photonis XD-4™

Photonis XR5™
The Photonis XR5™ has an integrated Auto-Gated power supply, facilitating operations under dynamic lighting conditions.

Photonis XR5™ Onyx
The black and white version of the Photonis XR5™

Photonis INTENS™

The only Image Intensifier Tube delivering the highest performance in all environments thanks to its exceptionally wide photon collection.

Other NVG’s in the Thermoteknix range:

NiCAM-7 Night Vision Biocular
NiCAM-31 Night Vision Binocular


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NiCAM-14 NVG Image Intensifiers

  • Ergonomic
  • Range of Head/Helmet Mounts
  • Binocular Interface
  • Lightweight & Compact
  • Fully Integrated Bracket for Thermoteknix ClipIR Clip On Thermal Imager
  • Wide Range of 18mm NVG Tubes Available
  • Auto or Manual Gain
  • IR Illuminator
  • Available in Green, Black or Brown
  • Designed and Manufactured in the UK
  • Fused Night Vision - ClipIR Clip On Thermal Imager and NiCAM-14

    Thermoteknix NiCAM-14 Image Intensifier NVG Monocular and Thermoteknix ClipIR Clip On Thermal Imager together produce Fused Night vision offering the best of both worlds. ClipIR picks out the figure in the dark when Night Vision fails to do so.

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