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In Generation 2 and 3 systems, the objective lens collects light that you cannot see with your naked eye and focuses it on the image intensifier. Inside the image intensifier a photocathode absorbs this energy and converts it to electrons. These electrons are then drawn toward a phosphor screen but first pass through a microchannel plate that intensifies them thousands of times. When this highly intensified electron image strikes the phosphor screen, it causes the screen to emit light that you can see. Since the phosphor screen emits this light in exactly the same pattern and degrees of intensity as the light collected by the objective lens, the bright nighttime image you see in the eyepiece corresponds precisely to the outside scene you are viewing.
 

Gen 2+ glass tubes

Gen 2+ glass tubes

Generation II+ 18mm (EPM44G, EPM105G-00-22) and 25mm (EPM108G-00-22, EPM108G-10-22) format Glass Image Intensifier Tubes produced by Katod JSC and EPM217G and EPM221G produced by Ekran-FEP Ltd.

Gen 2+ non-inverting tubes

Gen 2+ non-inverting tubes

Generation II+ 18mm (EPM105G-03) and 25mm (EPM108G) format Non-inverting Image Intensifier Tubes

Gen 2+ inverting tubes

Gen 2+ inverting tubes

Generation II+ 18mm (EPM105G-01-22, 105G-02-22) and 25mm (EPM105G-01-22, 105G-02-22) format inverting Image Intensifier Tubes

Gen 3 glass tubes

Image Intensifiers EPM102G-05-22A, EPM102G-05-22B, EPM102G-05-22 3nd generation, double proximity focused, 18 mm tube with glass input and output.

Gen 3 non-inverting tubes

EPM 102G-03/1/2/3-32 series tubes give you a high quality, every detail picture without blurring in the whole vision area. Night vision devices on the base of Gen III IIT perform even in extremely dark conditions.

Gen 3 inverting tubes

EPM 101G-01/02-11 series tubes give you a high quality, every detail picture without blurring in the whole vision area. Night vision devices on the base of Gen III IIT perform even in extremely dark conditions.

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