COBBS - NVG Bridge to Mount COBBS


The NVG Binocular Bridge System allows operators to put two individual night vision monoculars together to form a single binocular system. The combined dual tube system provides increased depth perception and situational awareness over a single tube ...

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€1.018,18 Excl. tax

The NVG Binocular Bridge System allows operators to put two individual night vision monoculars together to form a single binocular system. The combined dual tube system provides increased depth perception and situational awareness over a single tube unit. The Binocular Bridge is completely modular and can be run in either a single or dual tube configuration. This gives users the option to remove one of the units and provide it to a partner. We offer the Bridge System in both single and dual configurations. The Bridge System interfaces with standard dovetail mounts. It allows the individual monoculars to be rotated out of the way, giving operators the option to run their binocular system like a monocular system. Or, if they choose, both tubes can be pivoted up out of the way instead of flipping the goggle mount up. Another benefit of this feature is the ability to lay the goggle flatter against the helmet shell surface when it is flipped up. This is a huge benefit to operators who know how obtrusive a flipped-up goggle can be. By pivoting the tubes flat against the helmet, the operator’s head is lower profile, greatly decreasing the possibility of damaging the goggles or getting hung up on an obstacle.

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