To see the ColorTAC™ CVA-14, visit booth #213 at the TacOps Tactical Training Conference Sept. 6-8, 2017 at the Marriott Crystal Gateway in Arlington, Virginia.
Beverly, Massachusetts (August 2017) – Chromatra LLC™, the innovator behind the design and manufacture of color capable night vision, will demonstrate its new product, the ColorTAC™ CVA-14 at booth #213 at the TacOps East Tactical Training Conference. This affordable clip-on technology permits night vision users to see color through any existing PVS-14 device.
TacOps East is a Tactical Training Conference and Exposition that balances elite training, networking functions and vendor showcases exhibiting the latest technologies and products that make our jobs safer and more effective. This year’s event will be held Sept. 6-8, 2017 at the Marriott Crystal Gateway in Arlington, Virginia.
Chromatra, LLC was established in 2014 and is the first company to develop a practical color night vision solution. The ColorTAC CVA-14 is a breakthrough in night vision capability which performs well in extreme environments, easily vacillating from a hand-held device to a helmet or tripod mount. Some of the benefits that ColorTAC can provide are improved:
- Suspect/Target ID
- Terrain ID & Mobility
- Search & Rescue Operations
- Medical Triage (Blood from Water)
- Surveillance & Perimeter Security
- Navigation of dark locations
- ID of Tactical Lasers, StrobeS & Maritime Lights
For those who rely on NVG’s to perform their mission, the ability to “See What’s Missing” can mean the difference between life and death. Portrayed below are before and after photographs comparing the monochromatic green image seen through a PVS-14 compared to a PVS-14 with the ColorTAC CVA-14 color adapter attached.
Chromatra LLC, located in Beverly, Massachusetts, was established in 2014 by an innovative group experienced in electro-mechanical design, military optics and manufacturing.
Their first product, the ColorTAC CVA-14 Color Night Vision Adapter, is now available for purchase.
To SEE what your organization is missing: