FLIR ThermoSight T50
SPECIAL LAW ENFORCEMENT
Small and lightweight
No special batteries required
It’s all FLIRinside
Designed to interface with day sights such as Trijicon Advanced Combat Optical Gunsight (ACOG) Model TA31, 4x32 presenting the soldier with the same field of view, keeps reticles calibrated, maintaining boresight.
Provides crisp imagery through total darkness, fog, smoke,dust, and many other obscurants.
Offers mission flexibility for use as a thermal weapon sight and as a rugged hand held imager for a variety of scouting, surveillance, and covert operations.
Ensures covert operation by eliminating illumination of the operator from the viewfinder.
Highly portable design reduces operator fatigue.
Large, rugged, single button controls for basic image adjustment, no complicated menus to navigate.
Runs on CR123 photo cells.
FLIR controls the entire supply chain on the critical technology inside ensuring fast service and long term support.
THERMAL IMAGING PERFORMANCE
Sensor type 320 x 240 VOx microbolometer
Fields of view 9.33° (h) x 7° (v)
Spectral band 7.5-13.5 μm
Automatic features Contrast, brightness,
STACETM (digital image enhancement)
Silent operation Inaudible beyond 1 m
Bore sight retention Holds boresight through extensive rounds of firing
Video Built in Display VGA monochrome and RS-170 output
Power requirements 3 CR123 batteries
Battery life Approximately 9 hours continuous use
IP rating IP 68
Operating temp -40°C to +75°C (-40°F to +131°F)
Storage temp -50°C to +85°C (-58°F to +149°F)
DIMENSIONS, WEIGHT & MOUNTING
Dimensions (lens covers off) 5.3” L x 3.5” W x 4.0” H
Weight 24 oz with batteries, lens covers, and rail mount
Mounting Picatinny Rail mount
Command and Control Auto/manual gain/level, polarity, manual NUC,2x, 4x digital zoom
Laser Pointer NON IR and safety mode of 0.5 mWBatteries 3 each, CR123, fit into plastic sleeve for quick removal and replacement.
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