- 336x256 FLIR Tau 2 Detector
- 800x600 AMOLED SVGA 060 Display
- NTSC, PAL Video Output
- For Long-Wave Infrared: 7-14µm
- 75mm f/1.0 Lens System
- Angle of View: 10.3°
- 1x, 2x, 4x, Digital Zoom
- Waterproof Aluminum Housing
- Made in the USA
Equipped with an uncooled 336x256 FLIR Tau 2 VOx microbolometer, the Command 336 HD 5-20x75 Thermal Bi-Ocula from Armasight by Flir
allows users to detect sources of invisible to naked eye long
wavelength infrared light from 7µm to 14µm, during day or night. For
example, at night without help from visible illumination you will be
able to detect running engines, hot wires, infrared lasers and lamps,
live animals, humans, or other sources of heat. Additionally, because of
different transmission properties of infrared light compared to visible
light, the thermal imager will enable you to view your targets through
smoke, fog, or dust. The optics feature a 72mm, f/1.0 germanium
objective lens , 10.3° angular field of view, 33' minimum focus and a 16
mm eye relief.
You can view thermal profile of your targets
through the built-in color AMOLED SVGA 060 color display or relay videos
through the VGA video output port for viewing on an external monitor or
for recording. The user-friendly menu allows you to choose between the
NTS or PAL video formats. The built-in image processing also allows
viewing imagery in different color modes: White Hot, Black Hot, Rainbow,
and Various Colors. Additionally, the included remote control allows
for a wireless operation.
The CNC-machined aluminum alloy
housing is durable, waterproof and allows operators to use the Command
336 as a handheld device or connect it to a tripod via a 1/4"-20 socket.
To provide a non slip grip, all adjustment rings are knurled. You can
also mount additional accessories on a short Picatinny or Weaver style
rail located on the right side. Other construction details include a
tethered protective objective lens cap and rubber winged eye guards.
Export of this device described herein is strictly prohibited
without a valid export license issued by the U.S. Department of State
office of Defense Trade Controls, as prescribed in the International
Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR), Title 22, Code of Federal Regulation, Parts 120-130, and/or the U.S. Department of Commerce.
For further information contact the Office of Defense Trade Control and/or the U.S. Department of Commerce.