Shvabe Invents New Secondary Power Source for Night Vision Devices
Russia’s Shvabe has patented the invention of a secondary power source for night vision devices. This information was presented by the company’s press service.
“The product provides good brightness of the grid and required time of continuous operation using a primary power source. In addition, we have reduced dimensions and weight characteristics of the new power source by combining the lighting brightness and switch controls,” Shvabe Deputy Director General Alexander Deysner pointed out.
The secondary power source for night vision devices based on electron-optical converters is designed for providing uninterrupted power supply to a night vision device with the required parameters (amperage, voltage, etc.). The new secondary power source is characterized by higher efficiency and output capacity.