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Sightmark Digital Wraith 2x28 DVS-14T Tactical Night Vision Monocular has been discontinued by SightMark and is no longer available. Our product experts have helped us select these available replacements below. You can also explore other items in the Night Vision category yourself to try and find the perfect replacement for you!

This model of SightMark Night Vision is now discontinued and no longer available. Please check out our other selection of ATN Night Vision, Yukon Night Vision, Bushnell Night Vision and other Night Vision currently available at our store.


Please note: Black spots (artifacts) in image intensifier tubes are an inherent result of the manufacturing process and do not affect the performance of a night vision unit. Higher generation units have fewer artifacts.

Sightmark Digital Wraith 2x28 DVS-14T Tactical Night Vision Monocular Product Info

Sightmark Digital Wraith 2x28 DVS-14T Tactical Night Vision Monocular SM18002 is the spectral embodiment of the newest in night vision technology and design. With black-on-white digital imagingimage rapidly overtaking and surpassing its green-on-green predecessors, the Wraith Night Vision Monocular by Sightmarkis a perfect example of the capabilities inherent in this new, breakthrough technology. This Sightmark Night Vision Device is the equivalent to Gen 2+ capabilities without the weighty price tag, has incredible edge-to-edge resolution and a crisp, clear image that is difficult to achieve with traditional night vision. Thanks to the innovativeness of digital technology, the most amazing ability the Sightmark Wraith Nightvision Monocular possesses is that the unit can be used for both daytime and nighttime operation without damage to the internal components of the device. In that, it is uniquely versatile but also boasts an array of features including an adjustable screen brightness control, built-in IR illuminator to further increase viewing power, multicoated lenses and a 1/4" camera socket adapter, to name a few. The Wraith DVS-14T by Sightmark is also backed by Sightmark 's exclusive Limited Lifetime Warranty.

Specifications for Sightmark Tactical Night Vision DVS-14T Digital Wraith 2x28 Monocular:

CCD resolution: 510x492
CCD sensitivity (lux): 0.001
IR LED power (mW): 500
IR LED range (m): 70
Maximum visible range (clear night, quarter moon)(m): 150
Display: Kopin 0.16" B/W
Zoom power (actual, x): 1.07
View angle (degrees): 14
Working currency without / with IR (ma): 250 / 400
Working voltage (V): 6
Power consumption without / with IR (W): 1.5 / 2.58
Working time without / with IR(2000mAh battery, hr): 8 / 4.5
Dimensions (in): 6.25x2x3.25
Weight (g): 14.2

Features of Sight mark DVS-14T Digital Wraith 2x 28 Tactical Night Vision Monocular:

  • Multicoated lenses
  • Built-in IR illuminator
  • IR On / Off button
  • Equivalent to Gen 2 night vision
  • Adjustable brightness control
  • Rubber gripping surface
  • 1/4" camera socket adapter
  • Compact
  • Lightweight
  • Operates using (4) AA batteries

Package Contents:

  • Sightmark Digital Wraith 2x28 DVS-14T Tactical Night Vision Monocular SM18002
  • Carrying case
  • Lens covers

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Sightmark Digital Wraith 2x28 DVS-14T Tactical Night Vision Monocular Unorderable Models

Sightmark Digital Wraith 2x28 DVS-14T Tactical Night Vision Monocular SM18002, MPN: SM18002, UPC: 810119012326, Code: XK-NV-SM18002

Sightmark Digital Wraith 2x28 DVS-14T Tactical Night Vision Monocular Comments

Customer Reviews
Helpful Positive Review Sightmark Wraith 2x28 night vision by Legacy Reviewer, October 12, 2009
Excellent quality for the price. Picture was very clear from edge to edge as advertised. IR illuminator works great. I was able to clearly see in near total darkness with out the IR being needed. The brightness dimer swith was easy to use, and only h...
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Helpful Negative Review save your money by Legacy Reviewer, December 22, 2010
Will not pick up a usable image even close to full darkness without IR. The IR is visible, most likely ~840 or so, so it gives away your position. Controls feel cheezy, almost toy-like. Save your money and buy a better grade of gear. You really...
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