NIGHT VISION WEAPON SIGHT NS-156

NIGHT VISION WEAPON SIGHT NS-156
12.
ACCEPTANCE CERTIFICATE
NIGHT VISION DEVICE
Serial Number _______________________________
Model
__NS-156____________________________
OPERATION MANUAL
Corresponds to technical conditions ADSH 3.807.020 TU and is
admitted for use.
Date of production -____________________
Place for seal
Quality inspector ____________________
(Signature)
NIGHT VISION WEAPON SIGHT
NS-156
In USA: 3310 Prospect Ave. Cleveland, OH 44115
In Canada: 1183 Finch Ave. W., Suite 302, Toronto, ON M3J 2G2 Canada
Tel: (416) 663-6963 Fax: (416) 663-9065
Email: NEWCONSALES@NEWCON-OPTIK.COM INTERNET: http//WWW.NEWCON-OPTIK.COM
ATTENTION!
CONTENTS
1- Important Information
2- Overview
I) Features
ii) Warning
iii) Precautions
3- Components
4- Specifications
5- Safety Instructions
6- Construction
7- Operation Instructions
7.1 Pre-starting procedures
7.2 Testing of operation
7.3 Operation at insufficient ambient light
7.4 Adjusting the reticule
8- Care and Maintenance
9- Troubleshooting
10- Warranty
11- Customer support
12- Acceptance Certificate
Image quality of the object, which is being observed
When an image intensifier is functioning, depends
Mainly upon operating characters
Of this image intensifier.
Due to this fact black spots, which are inherent in the image intensifier, may be seen in the field of
view of a viewing device. Field of view is shown below.
Central zone
Boundary zone
Periphery zone
Permissible defects, which may be seen in the field of viewing device,
are given in the table
Type of
black spots
Immovable
Moving
Zone
Size of black spots,
mm
Number of
spots
Central
(circle of diameter
5.5 mm)
Up to 0.073
From 0.073 to 0.150
From 0.150 to 0.294
Not limited
5
1
Boundary
(circle of diameter
5.5-9.0 mm)
From 0.073 to 0.150
From 0.150 to 0.294
From 0.294 to 0.400
10
3
1
Periphery
(circle of diameter
9.0-11.0 mm)
Not limited
Not limited
Entire field
(circle of diameter
11.0 mm)
From 0.150 to 0.294
1
11. Customer Support
Should you experience any difficulties with your Newcon OPTIK
product, consult the enclosed manual. If the problem remains
unresolved, contact our customer support department at Toll free
1-877-368-6666 or (416) 663-6963. Our operating hours are 9am5pm, Monday - Friday, standard East time.
At no time should equipment be sent back to Newcon without
following the instructions of our technical support department.
Newcon accepts no responsibility for unauthorized returns.
To locate NEWCON Authorized Dealer near you call:
Tel: (416) 663-6963 Fax: (416) 663-9065
Email: NEWCONSALES@NEWCON-OPTIK.COM
Internet: WWW.NEWCON-OPTIK.COM
The defective products should be shipped to:
In USA: 3310 Prospect Ave. Cleveland, OH 44115
In Canada: 1183 Finch Ave. W., Suite 302,
Toronto, ON. M3J 2G2
THANK YOU FOR PURCHASING THE NIGHT VISION
WEAPON SIGHT NS-156. PLEASE DEMAND TO CHECK
THE DEVICE FOR PROPER OPERATION WHEN BUYING
IT. PLEASE READ ALL THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY
BEFORE USING.
1. IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Read prior to activation
You have just purchased a complicated
Electronic device. To operate it properly, please read this manual
carefully. Here are some common precautions that must be noted.
Possession of this device confirms with Federal Firearms
Regulations, as of February 1993. However, use of this weapon
sight for hunting may be limited or illegal in your state. Check
with local authorities.
• NEVER disassemble the unit. This device contains high voltage
that may be hazardous to your health!
• NEVER expose the opened objective lens of an active unit in
daylight. At daytime objective lens must be covered by caps.
There is a tiny hole in the cap to provide enough light for daytime
operation. It is allowed to turn on the unit at daytime, but caps
must cover the lenses.
• NEVER aim active unit at intense light sources (i.e. lights,
headlamps, campfires, the moon, etc.)
• NEVER use both barrels simultaneously when shooting. It can
cause severe damage to your night vision device!
• NEVER reverse the polarity of a battery
• NEVER connect the unit to external power sources
• ALWAYS remove batteries when not in use for a long period
• ALWAYS keep the objective lenses covered when not in use
• ALWAYS store in a warm dry place when not in use
2. OVERVIEW
The Night Vision Weapon Sight NS-156 is an optico-electronic
device intended for aimed shooting at night with the use of a hunting
gun or a carabine. The unit utilizes an image intensifier that
amplifies available moonlight, starlight or man-made light. The
scope was designed to be easy to use, and provide many years of
operation.
Some of the typical activities where the NS-156 Night Vision
Weapon Sight will be useful:
• Hunting
• Wildlife observation
• Security
• Law enforcement/P.I.
• Search and rescue
• Military
Features
• One stage image intensifier tube with multi alkaline Photocathode
ensures observation at 1/4 moon and better conditions;
• Automatic Brightness Control.
• High Light Protection
• The built-in fast lens with internal focusing ensures adjustment for
sharpness for both near and remote objects;
• An optional Infra Red Illuminator AP-9 allows operation in
complete darkness (i.e. basement or cave)
• The eyepiece allows Dioptric adjustment for the eyes of the
viewer
• Interchangeable objective lens
• The illuminated reticles in the field of view enables reliable
aiming at dark and light targets;
10. WARRANTY:
NEWCON OPTIK warrants this product against defects in material and
workmanship for one year from the date of the original date of consumer's
purchase, but no more than 18 months from the date of manufacturing.
Should your NEWCON product prove defective during this period, please
bring the product securely packaged in its original container or an
equivalent, along with proof of the date of original purchase, to your
NEWCON Dealer. NEWCON will, repair (or at its option replace), the
product or part thereof, which, on inspection by NEWCON, is found to be
defective in materials or workmanship.
What This Warranty Does Not Cover:
NEWCON in not responsible for warranty service should the product fail to
be properly maintained or fail to function properly as a result of misuse,
abuse, improper installation, neglect, damage caused by disasters such as
fire, flood, lightning, improper electrical current, or service other than by a
NEWCON Authorized Service. Postage, insurance, or shipping costs
incurred in presenting your NEWCON product for warranty service are your
responsibility. Please include a cheque or money order made out to
NEWCON OPTIK for the amount of $10.00 to cover shipping and handling.
NEWCON OPTIK may replace any product that has been
discontinued or is out of stock, by another current product of
comparable value and function.
NEWCON OPTIK DISCLAIMS ANY WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED
OR IMPLIED, WHETHER OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR USE, EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY SET FORTH
HEREIN. THE SOLE OBLIGATION OF NEWCON UNDER THIS
LIMITED WARRANTY SHALL BE TO REPAIR OR REPLACE
THE COVERED PRODUCT, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TERMS
SET FORTH HEREIN. NEWCON EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY
LOST PROFITS, GENERAL, AND SPECIAL, INDIRECT OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES WHICH MAY RESULT FROM
BREACH OF ANY WARRANTY, OR ARISING OUT OF THE USE OR
INABILITY TO USE ANY NEWCON PRODUCT.
9.
TROUBLESHOOTING
No lit screen
- Incorrectly installed Battery. Reinstall the battery observing the correct
polarity
- Greasy contacts of the battery or the battery house contacts. Clean the
contacts
Dimly lit screen
- Discharged battery. Charge or replace the battery
- Dirty contacts in the battery Compartment. Clean the contacts
The illuminator does not work
- Greasy contacts of the illuminator or of its attachment socket.
Clean the contacts
The scope does not work.
- Check that the batteries are installed properly.
- Check the charge of the batteries. Replace if they are weak. Do not use old
batteries with new ones.
The image does not appear in focus.
Bring the inspected object to the center of the image. Turning the objective
lens ring (7), and/or the eyepiece (2) adjust to achieve the clearest image on
the screen. Repeat the steps of focusing if necessary If the view still does
not seem in focus, clean the lenses; they could be foggy or dusty.
Unit flashes
It is normal for the unit to flash within the first 2 minutes of activation. If the
flashing continues afterwards the following is a possible cause: bright
environment (even with the cap closed!)
Condensation accumulates on the parts.
It is O.K. to use the scope in cold. However, when the unit is brought from
the cold into a warm environment, it has to warm up for up to 5 hours (not
minutes!). Only then it is allowed to turn it ON again.
Visibility decreases and / or disappears.
Bright light sources (moon, projectors or headlights) may cause visibility to
degrade or even completely disappear. Move the scope away from the light
source immediately.
• NS-156 is a safe product. However, normal safety procedures
must be utilized like with regular daytime riflescope.
• The reticles is always in one plane with the image of the target
which makes surveillance and aiming even more comfortable;
• Smooth adjustment of lighting brightness on the reticles enables
aimed fire at targets differently illuminated and also provides the
possibility to adjust the optimum level of reticles lighting that is
most comfortable for the viewer.
• A small-sized adjustment mechanism which is built-in the lens
allows vertical and horizontal adjustments of the reticule;
• The size of the battery compartment allows the use of optional
rechargeable batteries as well as standard AA batteries commonly
available;
• Weaver type mount on the sight;
• Soft rubberized eyepiece makes the viewing more comfortable.
Warning!
Having been exposed to low temperature, NS-156 should be kept in a
warm place during no less than 2 hours prior to switching on in a
warm room. NS-156 is intended for use within the range of
illumination from 5x10-3 lux to 1 lux at ambient temperature from 20°C (-4°F) to +40°C (104°F) and relative humidity no more than
80% at 20°C (68°F).
Precautions
NS-156 is a sophisticated precise optical instrument equipped with
electronics. Therefore, it should be handled with due care.
• Keep your device away from direct sunlight, impacts, dust,
moisture, and sudden changes of temperatures.
• Do not touch the optical surfaces with fingers. Doing so may
damage the anti-reflection coating.
• Cleaning of optical surfaces is possible only with professional
camera lens cleaning supplies.
• To clean the exterior of the device, use only a soft clean cloth.
• Do not take the cover off the lens if not necessary.
• Keep away from heating appliances and central heating.
• Make sure to switch off the unit during periods of non-operation
and when storing the device for long period of time.
• Do not apply superfluous efforts at work with lens assembly, agile
elements and thread connections.
• Due to considerable optical magnification of the eyepiece some
small structures inside the tube coating in the form of dark and/or
white points may be seen in the field of view, which does not
affect the serviceability of the device.
3. COMPONENTS
NS-156 is supplied with the following components:
NAME
NS-156 unit
Soft case
AA Battery (optional)
Weaver weapon mount assembly
Lens cap
AP-9 I/R Illuminator
Manual
Warranty Registration Card
QUANTITY
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
8. CARE AND MAINTENANCE
• Maintenance includes only replacing the batteries and cleaning of
parts if necessary.
• The batteries are to be replaced after their discharge; if there is no
lit screen after switching on the device or it is very dim; or if a
leakage of batteries has been discovered.
• The dirty parts are to be cleaned with a soft cloth or cotton wool.
• In case of electrolyte leakage the battery compartment must be
carefully cleaned. Alkaline batteries are therefore recommended
• When cleaning optical parts of the lens and eyepiece please to
remove solid dust particles with a jet of air first. Then after giving
a sigh out on the surface clean it with a soft cloth making circle
moves in the direction from the center to the rim.
7.2 Testing of operation,
Mount NS-156 on your weapon as follows:
- Put your night sight “weaver” slide into the mating part of
the mount assembly so that at least one of the fixing screws fits into
the hole on the slide. Tighten the fixing screws; - install your NS-156
with mount assembly on the weapon mount. Turn on your NS-156 by
rotating switch (9) clockwise. A click will be heard. Normal
operation will show a greenish screen. After turning the unit “on”,
rotate the same switch to illuminate the reticule on the screen. In the
dark take off protective lens cover. Operation without the lens cover
on is admissible only at the illumination level of no more than 1 lux
(late twilight and darker). Turning eyepiece (3) obtain the most clearcut image of the screen (the reticule).
Turning lens (2) obtain a sharp image of the objects to be viewed.
After operation switch off NS-156. Secure the lens with the
protective lens cover.
7.3 Operation at insufficient ambient light
4. SPECIFICATIONS OF NS-156
Magnification, X
3.0±0.5
Field of View. Degrees, not less
10°
Resolution (center), angl. second, not more
100
Dioptric Compensation, Dptr., not less
±4
Focusing range, m
2-∞
Eye Relief, mm
50
Focal length of lens, mm
F 85/1.5
Lens connection thread, mm
42x1
Focal Length of Eye-piece, mm
16.8
Power supply
3V, 2 AA
Battery life, hours
10
Dimensions, mm
290×91×73
Weight, kg
1.1
NOTE: As the design is being continuously improved some
descriptions may differ from those given above.
At insufficient ambient light use the infrared illuminator. Slide it into
socket (8). Sliding it all the way in creates contact and turns it on.
7.4 Adjusting the reticule.
Rotate the adjustment knobs (11) to move the reticule Up (U), Down
(D), Right (R) or Left (L). Each click corresponds to 3mm at 100m:
or 0.12”at 100 yards. Full rotation of the knob corresponds to 0.93m
at 100m; or 33.48” at 100 yards.
5. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
• NS-156 is a safe product. However, normal safety procedures
must be utilized like with regular daytime riflescope.
6. CONSTRUCTION
2
1
3
7
6
4,5
11
8
Figure 1
1. - Housing
2. – Objective Lens
3. - Eye-piece
4. - Projection Gear
5. - Reticule Module
6. - Weaver Mount
7. - Battery Compartment Cover
8. – I/R illuminator installation socket
9. – ON/OFF Switch
10. – Reticule illumination adjustment knob
11. - Reticule Adjustment Screws
9,10
Figure 2
The night sight NS-156 (figure 1,2) consists of Objective Lens (2),
Housing of the Image Intensifier Unit (1) and eyepiece (3).
Objective lens (2) can be focused on different distances to the
observed objects. The lens has integral projection gear (4) having a
reticule module (5). The required electric current is supplied from the
main batteries through a wire. Switching on the reticule illumination
and brightness control is made with wheel (10). Objective lens (2) is
secured with lens cover to protect against highlight and physical
impacts. Eyepiece (3) provides dioptrically compensation of the
viewer’s sight. Inside housing (1) there is a battery compartment
covered with a cover (7). Inside the battery compartment there is
compact strip. Main switch (9) is located on the housing of the
device. The housing has “weaver” type mount for attaching to a
weapon. Adjustment of the reticule within the field of view can be
done with the help of knobs (11).
7. OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS:
WARNING!
NEVER OPERATE YOUR NIGHT VISION DEVICE IN DAYLIGHT
AREAS WITHOUT THE LENS COVER ON! NEVER DIRECT THE
LENS IN THE DIRECTION OF BRIGHT LIGHT!
7.1 Pre-starting procedures.
Take the device out of the case. Insert the battery as follows:
- Unscrew the battery compartment cover (7)
- Install the battery observing correct polarity
- Close cover (7)
NOTE: Replacement of the batteries or installing of the charged ones is
performed the same way.
After installing the batteries the NS-156 is ready for use. If
everything works, now it is a great time to fill the warranty card.
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