Maximum permissable wattage is 250 watts.
Physical Security -
(1) Units should use the following references and their local requirements for ANVIS physical se-
curity and accountability:
(a) AR 190-51, Physical Security.
(b) AR 710-2 and AR 735-5, Unit Supply.
(2) For further guidance, contact the local physical security manager/officer.
m. Miscellaneous Information -
(1) NVG operations in the AH-64 aircraft will be conducted IAW the Interim Statement of Airwor-
thiness Qualification (ISAQ), dtd 29 Jun 94 with latest additions/changes dtd 29 Nov 94. Specific NVG restric-
tion extracts of the ISAQ are included as follows:
Night Vision Goggles are intended to augment the PNVS by providing the CPG with
(a) Pilot night vision sensor remains the primary sensor and must be operational prior to take-
off, and during the entire mission.
(b) The pilot will use PNVS while the CPG is using NVG.
(c) Only the CPG may use NVG during flight, assuming flight control only at times when the
pilot cannot safely fly the aircraft, and for training requiste for NVG qualification as specified by TC1-214,
24 May 1990.
(d) CPG integral red panel lighting will be "OFF".
(e) CPG caution/warning/advisory light (red only) will be set to nrght (dim) mode.
CPG glarshields will be full extended with "bat wings" in place.
Light interference resultant of fire handle or master caution light activation can cause
NVG to become inoperative.
(g), Operating and maintenance instructions shall be IAW TM 11-5855-263-10, Operator's
manual for Avrator's Night Vision Imaging System (ANVIS), AN/AVS-601 and AN/AVS(V)2, 5 July
1983, and with TM 11-5855-263-23, Aviation Unit and Direct Support Maintenance Manual, Aviator's
Night Vision Imaging System, AN/AVS-G(V)1 and AN/AVS-602, 1 June 1986.
(h) CPG NVG training will be IAW TC-1-214.
(i) During clos e formation flying, external lights will be limited to formation lights only, except
for the trail aircraft which will also utilize navigation and anti-collision lights.
(2) Problems have been reported with the metal clip in the SPH-4B ANVIS attachment Kit. Prob-
lems concern the fact that the retaining screws that secure the clip to the visor loosen after minimum use.
The clip will not tighten enough to secure the NVG cable, and others. Recommend using clamp loop, NSN
(3) TM 11-5855-263-10, dtd 1 Mar 94, Table 2-2, page 2-11, step 13, Not usable If Column, add
the following: "aircrew shall check that both eyepieces are identical (either two 15MM eyepieces or two 25MM
(4) TM 11-5855-263-10, dtd 1 Mar 94, page 2-40, para 2-6a, Operating Instructions, change
the NOTE text to the following: "ANVIS will accommodate the use of eyeglasses."