Question about Night Owl Optics Cyclops Compact NOCC3 Monocular
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: need in assistance in repair
I did the same thing and found that the solder from the battery tray and the circut panel came apart. Check it out. Just somthing to check. Good luck
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
Hello, is the IR glowing red, don't look into the IR lens. Just place your hand in front of it and see the is a red glare on your had. If there is a red glare then IR is work.
Another thing when you taking a look see through the Night owl NV monocular there should be a green glow from the image intensifier tube, if not, then the NV monucular isn't working properly. stewbison
Posted on Aug 10, 2011
SOURCE: i have recently bought a
Hi, did you push the IR button? Read the operator manual about looking directly into bright lights and trying to see thing during the day time. This a NO, NO. It made for night vision. stewbison
Posted on Aug 13, 2011
SOURCE: I don't know how to
Hello Here Night Owl Optics owner manual web site for your monocular: http://www.nightowloptics.com/documents/NexGenMonoMULTImanual.pdf
One more thing. DO NOT LOOK THROUGH NV MONOCULAR DURING THE DAY, OR LOOK AT BRIGHT LIGHTS. This will destroy the image intensifier tube. Bright lights will make it go south faster than Speedy Roadrunner. I need parts if the image tube is gone. Night Owl Optics in El Paso, TX will charge you about $200 plus parts and shipping to repair it. So, listen no looky at bright lights in the neighbor bedroom window, hey. GB...stewbison
Posted on Aug 22, 2011
Yes, at Night
Owl Optics in El Paso, Texas. This is not a mandatory option. You can do it you
self. You can see the white wire in a slot just under the aluminum thread ring
for the battery cap.
Is this where the wire is broken at?
Need a small dental pick with 90 degree bend on the end/you can make one, also some tweezers or small needle nose pliers. Use the hook to remove the aluminum ring that is press into the plastic case.
Once, the ring is removed, reach in the Small slot with the tweezers and grab the wire. Now, gentle and I mean gently pull on that white wire until you enough wire to strip the teflon coating off.
Now, use the pick to cut a little small **** in side where the battery cap ring goes. Now, put a very minute drip of glue in the wire ****. Push the wire into the glue **** with the pick. Now, you can install the aluminum battery cap ring. Gently push it down and let the glue dry. Your done...awesome, no.
walk gently upon this earth, and she will good to you.... NO means Yes here!
Posted on Sep 05, 2011
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