Thursday, January 6, 2011

Yukon 3x44 Exact Night Vision Monocular

Model: AS2048


  • 44mm Yukon Night Vision Monocular Exact 3x44 YK14012.
  • Fully multi-coated optics, decreases glare and increases optical light transmission.
  • A perfect device for observing moving objects.
  • Can be mounted onto hunting rifles and paintball markers.(require extra rifle mount adapter, sold separately)
  • The monocular body has an integrated weaver rail system that enables the user to attach a laser for aiming purposes or other accessories.
  • The exact monocular is compatible with reflex sights where two units can be easily mounted to coincide for aiming purposes.
  • The powerful built-in IR illuminator enables clear viewing in low ambient light conditions at the range up to 50 yards.
  • Features an automatic shut off system that turns off the unit when exposed to an intense light source.
  • Protects the image intensifier tube from damage and is a unique feature in its class.
  • To prevent the loss of the lens cap, the cap attaches to the monocular via an integrated rubber strap.
  • Versatile, lightweight and compact design.
  • 20% more energy efficient than its competitors.
  • Best in its class battery life of 70 hours.
  • Integrated (50mW) IR illuminator.
  • Integrated "On/Off" and "IR activation" LED indicators.
  • Two built-in 1/4" tripod sockets.
  • Weather resistant.
  • Comes with protective carrying case.
  • Operated by 2 x AA batteries.(not included)
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty.


  • Color - Matte black
  • Weight - 435g (without battery)
  • Dimensions - 182mm (L) x 100mm (W) x 65mm (H)
  • Objective lens diameter - 44mm
  • Magnification - 3X
  • Lens system - 59mmF/1.2
  • FOV at distance 200m - 60m/197ft
  • Field of view - 20 degrees
  • Exit pupil diameter - 6mm
  • Eye reflief - 15mm
  • Diopter adjustment - +4, -4
  • Battery - 2 x AA batteries (not included)
  • 1 comment:

    1. I love Yukon monocular because of its powerful IR illuminator.I have a Yukon monocular recently i bought a Bushnell monocular.What is your view on it?