Play in all conditions, in closed or open spaces, at night with the SPYRON® night vision device, nothing is better than the SPYRON® for the airsoft field, allowing for quick identification of enemies, even if the lighting is not there.
No, you can’t use the SPYRON® monocular during day because intense light such as day light (even if it’s cloudy or rainy) damages the photocathode in a very short time period and hugely reduces the lifetime of the image intensifier tube within the monocular. The image intensifier inside the SPYRON® is sensitive to light and exposure to daylight or very bright objects will damage the system.
Intense warm light and Infra-red light sources such as older non-LED car lights (close range) or an Infra-red laser will most likely do permanent damage to your night vision device.
No, the night vision device cannot operate in total darkness. The SPYRON® monocular is powered by an image intensifier tube developed by Photonis. And like all night vision devices, you need a low level of ambient light such as starlight or moonlight to intensify the collected available light through the photocathode of the night vision device and to make the image visible by the human eye.
Yes, it is possible. This night vision monocular can be operated as a handheld device as well as head-, helmet- and weapon-mounted. The SPYRON® package includes a “J-arm” which can be attached to a head mount (not included) a weapon mount is not included in the package. NOTE: in certain countries the head mounting of (a) night vision device(s) is illegal. That’s why it is mandatory to comply with the regulation of the country in which you reside.
You just need to contact your local distributor who will be able to provide you the appropriate after-sales services.
Minimally 35 hours with one AA battery type.
As a citizen of a country within the European Union and being in the EU, you can purchase any device without exception from us. Please check your local laws as some countries prohibit the use or ownership of some night vision devices.
If you want to travel, exhibit or ship night vision systems you must check out the import/export laws in your country and the local laws in the country you are transferring your night vision device to.
Some countries regulate possession and/or use of night vision devices. Also if you want to own night vision systems, you must comply with the regulation of the country in which you reside.
The night vision systems must comply with the EC regulation no. 428/2009 as of May 5, 2009 establishing a community system for control of exports, transfers, brokerage and transit of dual-use goods. For this, you must apply for a license from the dual-use goods department of the country in which you reside.