Night Vision Goggles

ViDARR's night vision goggles are equipped with advanced image intensifiers, seamlessly integrated to enhance their low-light performance.

NVG Collection


ViDARR's cameras are cutting-edge imaging devices that offer unmatched clarity and versatility in Regular to low-light environments.

Camera Collection

Gun Damp

Dry + Absorption + Metal + Penetrant = DAMP 

Gun Damp is an advanced, fully synthetic, non-toxic, CLP designed to serve military personnel around the world. Gun Damp provides best-in-class firearm lubrication, cleaning, and protection against corrosion and friction wear, even in the most extreme weather conditions.

Gun Damp Products

Image Intensifiers

Through precise calibration and engineering, ViDARR installs these intensifiers into various devices such as night vision goggles, scopes, and cameras, enhancing and optimizing their functionality and compatibility.

Image Intensifiers Collection


ViDARR's thermal scopes represent the pinnacle of thermal imaging technology, offering users unparalleled clarity and precision in low-light environments. Engineered with Top Grade Optics & Materials.

Thermal Collection

Weapon Add-On's

Enhance Your Tactical Gear with ViDARR's Weapon Add-Ons Our versatile add-ons are designed to seamlessly integrate with your already owned gear, especially Vidarr products, boosting performance and precision.

Add-On Collection


Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business

Our business is proudly recognized as a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB). Founded and led by a service-disabled veteran, we bring the dedication and integrity of military service to our operations. We strive to make a positive impact in our community and support fellow veterans through our commitment to excellence and service.

Who is ViDARR?

ViDARR and Vidarr Defense Solutions ( Build to Print, Kitting, Facility Infrastructure, Engineering and Logistics) Vidarr Defense Solutions stands as a preeminent military company, distinguished for its commitment to innovation and excellence in sensor and product development.

As a solutions-based enterprise, VIDARR is dedicated to addressing the dynamic challenges faced by modern armed forces with cutting-edge technologies. Specializing in the creation of advanced sensors and integrated solutions, the company seamlessly blends expertise in data analytics, artificial intelligence, and precision engineering.

Vidarr provides military entities with a comprehensive suite of products designed to enhance situational awareness, streamline communication, and elevate operational efficiency. With an unwavering focus on delivering tailor-made solutions for defense needs, Vidarr continues to be a trusted partner for armed forces globally, ensuring they remain at the forefront of technological superiority on the battlefield.

Where is ViDARR based out of?

280 Heritage Ave, Portsmouth, NH 03801.

What Services do you offer?

  • Engineering and Fabrication
  • Build to Print Defense Solutions
  • Kitting, Logistics, & Supply Chain
  • Sensor Integration
  • Sourcing Capabilities
  • DOD Services
  • Contract Consulting Services
  • Market Research Support
  • Plus Much More!

Do you offer bulk quantity discounts?

Yes, ViDARR has the capabilities to work with you based off of your specific bulk inquiry. Just give us a call or shoot over an email to allow us to assist you better!

Is Night Vision illegal?

In the United States, civilians can legally purchase and use night vision equipment without a permit or license. However, there are some restrictions, such as in California, and it is illegal to take night vision equipment out of the country without proper export licenses.

Simple Terminology

Illuminator: Light source that aids night vision by illuminating the area with infrared light.

Pod: Attachment or part that supports or connects components of the night vision device.

Housing Weight: Weight of the outer shell that encloses the device's components.

Device Weight: Total weight of the night vision device including all components and housing.

Standard: Refers to the original or standard model of a device.

Lightweight: A lighter version of the standard device, often achieved by using lighter materials.

Ingress Rating: Rating that describes the level of protection the device offers against solids and liquids.

Finish: The surface treatment or coating on the device's exterior.

On-Board Power: Power supplied by batteries contained within the device.

Out-Board Power: Power supplied by external sources, not integrated within the device.

Manual Gain Control: Allows the user to manually adjust the brightness amplification.

Detector Type: Type of sensor used in the device, influencing image resolution and quality.

Eye Relief: The minimum distance between the eye and the eyepiece for clear viewing without discomfort.

FOV (Field of View): The extent of the observable area through the device.

Memory: Storage capacity for digital night vision devices to save settings or images.

Package: The full set of items included with the purchase of the device.

Lens System: Describes the size and type of the optical lenses used.

Optical Magnification: The factor by which the device can enlarge the image without digital enhancement.

Digital Zoom: The ability to digitally enhance the image magnification beyond the optical capabilities.

Image Processing: Techniques used to enhance or modify the image captured by the device.

Diopter Adjustment: Allows adjustment of the eyepiece to suit individual eyesight variations.

Weight: Weight of the device, typically specified in pounds.

Warranty: Coverage provided against defects, specified by duration and terms.

Display: The component that visually displays the processed image.

Refresh Rate: Frequency at which the image is updated on the display.

Graphics: Visual elements displayed other than the image, such as crosshairs or navigational data.

Graphic Shot Counter: A feature that counts and displays the number of shots taken.

Black Hot vs White Hot vs Full Color: Image display modes that enhance contrast by representing temperature in different colors.

Advanced Terminology

Generation of Night Vision Technology: Military-grade NVGs typically use Generation 3 (Gen 3) or higher technology. These generations offer improved performance, signal-to-noise ratio, and overall image quality compared to earlier generations.

Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR): A high SNR is essential for image clarity in low-light conditions. Military specifications often mandate a specific minimum SNR to ensure reliable performance.

Low Light Performance: Military Night Vision Tubes must perform well in extremely low-light conditions, providing effective visibility in moonless nights or other scenarios with minimal ambient light.

MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures): Military applications demand high reliability. Night Vision Tubes should have a specified MTBF, indicating the average time the device can be expected to operate before a failure occurs.

Operational Wavelength Range: The ability to detect light in a specific wavelength range, including infrared, is crucial for military operations. Military-grade IITs often cover a broad spectrum, including near-infrared.

Automatic Brightness Control (ABC): ABC adjusts the brightness automatically based on ambient light conditions. This feature helps maintain a consistent image and prevents damage from sudden bright light sources.

HALO (High-Altitude Low-Oxygen) Compatibility: Military NVGs may need to operate at high altitudes, so compatibility with high-altitude, low-oxygen environments is important.