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Xenonics Receives
Contract to Develop New Light System

Xenonics Holdings, Inc. Press Release FlashlightNews.org - 12/13/2007

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NightHunter maker to develop high-intensity light for a new unmanned aerial vehicle under development for the U.S. Government


XENONICS HOLDINGS, INC.

XENONICS HOLDINGS, INC.

CARLSBAD, Ca. - XENONICS HOLDINGS, INC. (AMEX: XNN), a leader in high-intensity illumination and high-definition night vision technologies, announced today that it has received an R&D contract from Advanced Ceramics Research, Inc. (ACR), Tucson, Arizona, to develop a high-intensity illumination system for the new unmanned aerial vehicle ACR is under contract to develop for the U.S. Government.

"We have already applied the patented multispectral technology in our NightHunter family of ultra-high-intensity illumination products to land vehicles and sea borne craft. This R&D contract gives us the opportunity to integrate our technology for another new growth application," said Chuck Hunter, CEO of Xenonics. He said that initial development of the integrated system is expected to be completed by summer 2008.

About Xenonics

Xenonics Holdings, Inc. (AMEX: XNN) develops and produces advanced, lightweight and compact ultra-high-intensity illumination and low-light vision products for military, law enforcement, public safety, and commercial and private sector applications. Xenonics' NightHunter line of illumination products is used by every branch of the U.S. Armed Forces as well as law enforcement and security agencies. Its SuperVision high-definition night vision is designed for commercial and military applications. Employing patented technologies, Xenonics provides innovative solutions for customers who must see farther so they can do their jobs better and safer. Xenonics' products represent the next generation in small, high intensity, high efficiency illumination and low-light vision systems.

Visit Xenonics on the web at www.xenonics.com.











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