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    Eccentric Mad Scientist Wolverine Technologies's Avatar
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    PVS-14 Parts breakdown

    here is a pic i found illustrating the parts breakdown of a PVS-14, i will add more info later

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    1. Objective Lens Cover (day cover)
    2. Objective Lens assy and O-Ring
    3. Objective Lens O-Ring
    4. Objective Lock Ring
    5. Lock Ring Set Screw 9Objective)
    6. Mono Body
    7. Close Focus Stop
    8. Image Intensifier (tube)
    9. Light Pipe
    10.Tube Retainer
    11.Eyepiece O-Ring
    12.Eyepiece Lock Ring
    13.Eyepiece Lens Assy
    14.Purge Screw (nitrogen)
    15.Purge Screw O-Ring
    16.Neck Cord
    17.Power Switch (On/Off)
    18.Power Supply (Battery Pack/Lower Housing/Old Style Pictured)
    19.Screw (power Supply)
    20.Battery Cartridge (old style, uses 2 AA batteries, now replaced by single AA battery cap and power supply)
    21.Battery cap/cartridge O-Ring
    22.Variable Gain Knob
    23.Power Supply O-Ring

    All of these parts can be found on wolverine technologies site in the PVS-14 parts section, all are ITT MFG, some US Made aftermarket parts are available also... free installation and shipping
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    I love how the diagram shows item 23 as a perfect square... LOL it is just an O ring and stuffing it into the reces in the battery pack can be trying to say the least.

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    lol, true, maybee the molded square ones are "speshul" like in the seals mono's, lol
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    Yeah, I wish it came like a square...
    Freeedom!

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    Quote Originally Posted by harlikwin View Post
    Yeah, I wish it came like a square...
    lol, funny, so do i, sometimes they just dont wanna stay put, but they eventually give up the fight and submit....
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    Good info, Thanks

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    I'm new to NVD field, more of a hobbyist.
    This is a Great sit!!
    To see and read up on the past and future. I have a lot to learn.

    I was having a little fun the other day with "MS Paint" & came up with is.
    I know it may not be 100% accurate, but I tried to illustrate the Parts, Accessories, "Their ideal location of use" and the two versions of the PVS-14 "Old & New"
    Thought I would share!
    Hope you like.



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    thanks.....

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