Daisy Data makes its line of rugged displays compatible with night-vision goggles

YORK HAVEN, Pa., 22 Oct. 2015. Daisy Data Displays Inc. in York Haven, Pa., is introducing night-vision technology for all sizes of the company's rugged displays for military and flight simulation applications that must be compatible with night-vision goggles.

By Mil & Aero staff
By Mil & Aero staff

YORK HAVEN, Pa., 22 Oct. 2015. Daisy Data Displays Inc. in York Haven, Pa., is introducing night-vision technology for all sizes of the company's rugged displays for military and flight simulation applications that must be compatible with night-vision goggles.

The display technology can provide users with full-color readability in daylight and with night-vision goggles without the need for add-on filters.

Typically, night-vision filters are applied to displays with snap-on clips or adhesive to block the spectrum of light waves that overpower night-vision goggles, but typically yields a green or low-color on-screen data view.

Daisy's technology eliminates the need for the filter to allow the unit to switch from day to night-time use and allows for full-color, clear, night-vision compatibility with the same screen, without the need for human intervention to support the transition.

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Daisy's technology blocks only light waves that cause night-vision goggles to "bloom," and is available for all size displays for military and flight simulation applications. The technology also is Class B night-vision and MIL-STD-3009 compliant.

For more information contact Daisy Data online at www.makeitdaisy.com.

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