e. Heads-Up Display.
[ WARNING ]
Use of any nylon cord as an ANVIS neck cord is unauthorized, as it may present a
severe burning hazard in the event of a fire.
(1) AN/AVS-7 (ANVIS HUD)
(a) TheANVlS/HUD optical unit support clamps, when installed on the ANVIS monocular are
permanent. Unit maintainers shall document the installation of the support clamps on DA Form 2408-l 5,
(b) Units are authorized to modify the foam insert of the ANVIS carrying case to accept
VIS with optical unit support clamp installed.
(c) Installation of the ANVIS/HUD display unit requires removal of the standard ANVIS neck
cord assembly, to facilitate egress from the aircraft in the event of an emergency. An additional (removal)
neck cord assembly is provided with the ANVIS HUD. This cord must be removed from the ANVIS when
the ANVIS/HUD is installed, and must be replaced prior to flying with the basic ANVIS. The assembly
consists of a neck cord (strap, webbing), P/N 125302, NSN 5340-01-396-1746 and barrell fastener (cyl-
inder), P/N 125301, NSN 5340-01-393-4890. This neck cord can also be used to replace the lanyard
used on any standard ANVIS system.
(d) Current Technical Manuals supporting the AN/AVS-7 (ANVIS HUD) are as follows:
1 TM 11-5855-300-10, Operator's manual for Heads Up Display AN/AVS-7 (NSN
dtd 1 Aug 94.
2 TM 11-5855-300-23&P, Aviation Unit and Intermediate Maintenance Manual includ-
ing Repair Parts and Special Tools List, Heads Up Display AN/AVS-7 (NSN 5855-01-350-0349), dtd
1 Dec 94.
3 TM 11-5855-263-10,
Change 1, 1 Nov 96, Operator's Manual for the Night Vision
Imaging Sydtem (ANVIS).
(2) OH-58D Optical Display Assembly (ODA). The ANVIS neck cord must be removed from the
ANVIS when the ODA is in use.
Battery and Power Pack Assembly (Battery Pack) Information
(1) ANVIS Clip-On Power Source (P/N A3260911)
PM NV/RSTA has provided, as initial issue
(one per ANVIS system), a new power source which is an additional authorized item of the ANVIS, per
Change 2 of TM 11-5855-263-10. This power source, utilizing two AA alkaline batteries, allows users to
operate the ANVIS without the need for the Aviator's helmet mount. This item will facilitate testing with the
TS-4348, and will assist aircrew members during escape and evasion,
(2) Batteries authorized for ANVIS are BA-5567/U lithium battery and (1.5 volt) AA alkaline bat-
tery, NSN 6135-00-985-7845. No other batteries (Nicad, Mercury, Carbon, any rechargeable, etc) are au-
thorized for use with the ANVIS. The CECOM power sources team POC is Mr. Fee Leung at DSN 987-4735
or (732) 427-4735.
(3) There is no authorized repair of the ANVIS battery pack and/or cap.
(4) Battery packs marked with P/N 54490-5008900 and MFR-13567 function the same as "G3"
battery packs. These battery packs will be tested the same as the G3 battery packs (The Low Battery Indica-
tor) (LBI) will blink during operation).