With the Rusan adapters from Mikron, which you can now also purchase directly from us, you are able to combine night vision optics with spotting scopes, for example. The selection of the diameter is the outer diameter, which is indicated with the order.
We expressly point out that the adapter is not to be used in Germany for connecting night vision clip-on devices with riflescopes.
Please consider the respective laws of your country.
The Croatian company RUSAN - MIKRON D.O.O. already offers 47 different adapters via this interface, with which night vision and thermal imaging devices can be mounted in front of various cameras and spotting scopes.
With the TILO-Rusan adapter ring, which is also available from us, and the bayonet ring from ACT, which has been available for some time, it is now possible to connect the TILO with the extensive Rusan ARM-52 system.
The new TigIR can easily be connected to the Rusan system and therefore fits perfectly in front of any rifle scope or spotting scope.
The TILO with the TILO Rusan adapter and the TigIR are used here as an image example and are not part of the delivery
The special feature of the solution with the TILO is the bayonet connection which can still be used in combination with the Rusan system. Thus the TILO can be removed or attached within seconds. A time-consuming unscrewing is not necessary and it is always in the same position.
With this practical solution it is now possible to mount all TILO models in front of practically all cylindrical tubes. However, the following must be observed:
- This is a mechanical mounting solution, so every user should check in advance whether the camera or spotting scope optics are also optically compatible with the TILO. Since the TILO was developed as single magnification spectacles, it delivers the best results with optics that also have the lowest possible magnification.
- Before installing the TILO in front of a telescopic sight, the legal situation must be clarified, as the TILO may then become a target device. These are prohibited in Germany and some other countries.