Optical Tools

03/17/2013

 
ATN ThermoVision Thermosight 30mm
Product Description:
ATN ThermoVision Thermosight 30mm is a low cost, lightweight, dual purpose thermal imaging scope for handheld use or weapon sight mounting. It is designed for military special opeation nuits and packed with features and purpose built for the security and surveillance markets by FLIR. Features include bellows eye cup for covret operatoin, instant-on imaging and sees in total darkness, fog, smoke, and most obscurants. It has a bellows eyecup for covert operation and is easy to operate. Rugged, portable and shock resistant, the ThermoSight utilizes simple intuitive controls. It turns on at an instant and delivers crisp thermal imagery without constant adjustment. A variety of automatic image management features deliver sharply contrasted scenes. FlashSight provides a standard NTSC video output which allows operators to display thermal imagery on a standard monitor. This can offer additional mission flexibility for long duration surveillance, or temporary fixed installations. FlashSight uses commercially available AA batteries. ATN Corp manufactures and distributes the widest array of Night Vision and high quality optics in the world. We are a sales and market leader in the US. Unsurpassed customer service on both our website and 800#, our technicians are the most knowledgeable in the world. We manufacture for the US Military, law enforcement, the FBI and the US Department of Homeland Security.
    Rugged and portable, dual purpose hand held or weapon sight mount thermal imaging scope
    Instant - on imaging; automatic image management features
    Sees in total darkness, fog, smoke , and most obscurants
    Video output, standard NISC (optional PAL) display on standard monitor
    This item is restricted for sale to the state of California and outside the US

ATN Thor640-2.5x Thermal Weapon Sight 640x480, 50mm, 30Hz
Product Description:
The new ThOR line is rich with features and options making it the best value of any comparable system on the market. This model is lightweight and small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, yet it’s rugged and durable. The entire system is built in the USA, utilizing Mil-Spec Lenses that make the ThOR battleworthy for most any mission, operation, or outdoor activity. Each system features a digital menu that gives you a variety of options and adjustments allowing you to customize your system. You can select a number of reticle options (4 standard) as well as choose a reticle color best suited for your specific application. No more black reticles on a black and white screen – ThOR features a color OLED display giving you a sharp color reticle every time. Or switch to full color mode (5 available) and overlay it with either a black, green or red reticle depending on the conditions and the environment. Ever have problems with a scope not being able to hold zero? The ThOR has no screws or springs that can create targeting errors. With all digital controls, the ThOR will NEVER allow your reticle to move off base. Video Frame Rate Fast Imaging (30hz) Magnification 2.5X Objective Focal Length 50 mm FOV 12.5° x 9.7° Focus Range Exit Pupil 14mm Eye Relief 28mm Detector Type Uncooled Microbolometer Spectral Response 7-14 μm Resolution 640x480 Pixel Size 17 x 17 μm Thermal Sensitivity < 0,1°C Range to Detect a Human 1500 m Output Format Analog PAL / NTSC Display Color OLED matrix Display Format SVGA, 800 x 600 pxl E-ZOOM Yes Brightness Adjustment Manual Contrast Adjustment Automatic Power Supply 3 x 3 V CR123A type battery Start-Up Time < 5 sec Operating Time w/one battery pack 8 hours Waterproof Yes Dimensions 203 mm Weight (w/batteries) 0.85 kg Warranty 1 year.
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800 x 600 OLE D color display
Vanadium oxide (VOx) Microbolometer Uncooled
Polarity single button modes: black on white, white on black, 5 different color settings
Up to 8 hours operation with three lithium batteries
This item is restricted for sale to the state of California and outside the US; export outside the US is not allowed

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