KOS and MAXIKOS
Handheld Night
Surveillance Sights


KOS and MAXIKOS
are part of a family of highly successful
KITE night vision sights currently in service
in more than 50 countries worldwide.






DEFENSE & AEROSPACE / EQUIPMENT  KOS and MAXIKOS Handheld Night Surveillance Sights  KOS and MAXIKOS


They are compact, lightweight monoculars suitable for short-to-long range surveillance, security or

They are compact, lightweight monoculars
suitable for short-to-long range surveillance,
security or search and rescue observation.
Both equipments are highly portable and
may be worn around the neck or tripod
mounted for fixed observations roles.

•  Compact and lightweight
•  Fully qualified and ruggedised
•  x4 or x6 magnification
•  Image intensified tube options
•  Suitable for short to long range surveillance, security, search & rescue
    observation

The fully ruggedized and qualified designs offer x4 or x6 magnification
and a high resolution image to allow effective operation during low light
conditions. Image intensifier options to include high performance European
or US image intensifier tubes are available.

Power for both KOS and MAXIKOS is derived from two commercially
available 1.5V AA batteries. User controls are limited to an ON/OFF
switch and objective focus.

Both equipments are supplied complete with carrying pouch, ND filter,
pistol grip attachment bracket and user handbook.

Main features KOS
•  Magnification: x4
•  Field of View: 9°
•  Weight: 990g
•  Length: 210mm
•  Height: 80mm
•  Width: 105mm
•  Power Supply: 2 x 1.5V AA batteries
•  Focus Range: 15m to infinity
•  Eye relief: 30mm
•  Recognition range of standing man in starlight (10-3) LUX: 500M

Main features MAXIKOS

•  Magnification: X6
•  Field of View: 5.5°
•  Weight: 1.3kg
•  Length: 260mm
•  Height: 99mm
•  Width: 105mm
•  Power Supply: 2 x 1.5V AA batteries
•  Focus Range: 25m to infinity
•  Eye relief: 30mm
•  Recognition range of standing man in starlight (10-3) LUX: 750M

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