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Hello, never leave batteries in any electronic devise. Check the battery compartment for leaky batteries corrosive residue. Now, if the contact are corroded you'll need clean with small bass brush on a dermel drill or anyway you have. Also check where wires are connected and take very good look at the wires where the solder joints are. Batteries, especially Alkalide and some of the other types will have some - protential in a open loop. In other words, batteries will leak small amount of current in the existing wire and other components. Make it simple here. Everything that some sort of battery potential on it will act like a transmission line, releasen free electron...
Also,use some Radio Shack contact cleaner on the switches, and if the switches have any electron protential on them, they to will have some sort of corrosion. stewbison
Hello, take some switch cleaner--Radio Shack- and
spray just a small amount into the switch. Did you installed the battery
correctly with the polarity be correct. Does the battery compartment have any
type of corrosion?
If this does help then there is something else wron with it. stewbison
Hello David. David you night vision doesn't use any batteries that one installs. You have Kalinka Zenit NV monocular that is Russian manufactured but is sold by Night Vision Optics. Your night vision uses a piezo electric ignitor to charges the batteries and charge a couple capacitors.
The lever on top to the Zenit monocular is activated by squeezing the handle that is covered in a rubber type material. Just keep squeezing on the lever and in while things will start working. Best of Luck David. GB...stewbison
I'm pretty sure that your unit uses the 3V cr123 Lithium battery. You can get it at RadioShack. You can always take it down to radioshack and pretty quick you will find the correct batt.for the unit. Do not use rechargeable batts!
It depends on the lighting conditions in the environment you're using them in. If you're in a field out in the country with no full moon, and only stars for ambient lighting... A Generation-2 set of goggles aren't going to see very far. But in the same spot with a full moon directly overhead you could theoretically see in excess of 800 yards.
That particular model has 3 different range settings for the Infrared Illuminator. Close, Medium, and Far. Although there doesn't seem to be any set value for the longest you can see, set by the manufacturer.