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Carson zPIX Digital Viewer MM-640

I have a Carson zPIX Digital Viewer MM-640. It has been working fine, now the light will not turn on for the viewer, and I have reloaded the cd three times, and it says you have no hardware?

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Trying to find an english version of the Zeiss Orion 80 starlight scope user manual. Thanks

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Inferred light comes on but can"t see anything the light in side does not come on

In other words, you don't see a green glow in the viewer, hey. IR works, Hunnn ! It could be a number of things but the most common problem with these Russian manufacture binoculars, monoculars, scopes is the image intensifier tube goes south. I said it's the most common but there are other things that can go wrong; such as, broken wire, faulty on/off switch, (here you have one switch for the on/off on the NV monocular while the IR has another switch to turn it on.) I have work on them enough. This is the order faults, image tube with broken wire, faulty switches, none operation ccfl with voltage multiplier
There is a lot of variables involved here, how was it handled, has it been dropped been in water/salt water, kids play with the NV devise, wife throw it at you!, it been exposed to bright lights (tried to be used during the day or at night looking a bright lights)---bright lights will destroy the image intensifier tube...

It will come apart unless you have that is manufacture marine environment then this a totally different problem. Take the batterers out first. Unscrew the lens. there could be some screws/nuts behind the front optical lens. This will release the front half from the back half. Now, if is the way to monocular is assembled. But what ever type of NV and how it comes apart. You'll have figure it out first. Don't take the lens apart, these will mess up the focal calibration. Take the parts and put them in order as the come apart. Now take wire markers and mark the wires. Draw a ruff diagram of the printed circuit boards and label the wire with markers on the diagram. This way if wire brake off you'll will know were each wire goes. Also, remember, wires have a beginning and end, they are attached to something on each end. I wish you lots of luck, stewbison

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Hello. only if there are some ambient light source. Very light glow. In the dark room with no light you would be luck see you had. It take light to activate the thin plates in the image tube. Check with Night Owl Optics in El Paso, TX. You can check with the large Optic Lens Companies and see what the have to offer. You'll need to get the diameter of the lens opening, thread size in which it will be in mil-meter mm . stewbison

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