320 x 256 VOx Microbolometer Long-Wave Infrared: 7.5-13.5µm 9.1mm f/1.04 Lens System 1-4x Digital Zoom Magnification 24 x 19° Angle of View 1280 x 960 Quad-VGA FLCO Display Digital Video Output via USB Type-C Rated IP67 Waterproof & Shock-Resistant Polymer Body with Rubber Winged Eyecup Built-In Mounting Rail
Built to enhance the effectiveness of law enforcement personnel and outdoor gurus, the
FLIR Breach PTQ136 320 x 256 Thermal Monocular
passively detects the thermal signatures of objects and allows you to
spot suspects, intruders, wildlife, and other warm objects in total
darkness. Additionally, due to the nature of thermal imaging, it allows
you to see through smoke, fog, and light foliage. To provide penetrating
thermal vision, FLIR outfitted the device with their Boson VOx
microbolometer, featuring a 320 x 256 pixel resolution, long-wave
infrared sensitivity, and a 60 Hz refresh rate.
With the help of internal electronics and a 1280 x 960 Quad-VGA FLCO
display, you can view or save high-contrast imagery and enhance it with
FLIR's proprietary Digital Detail Enhancement feature with seven color
palettes to choose from. To enhance your viewing experience, the device
provides 1-4x digital zoom and a short 0.82' minimum focusing distance.
You can save up to 1000 still images or 2.5 hours of video on internal
memory and transfer them later to your computer via a built-in USB
To ensure functionality anywhere you go, the lightweight (7.4 oz) and
durable polymer body is waterproof (rated IP67) and impact-resistant.
The device also provides a wide winged rubber eyecup to ensure
comfortable contact with your face and to prevent leakage of light. On
the right side, you will find a short mounting rail, compatible with
many optional FLIR adapters, for attaching the monocular to headgear or
firearms. On the top, it has a control pad with buttons and a CR-123A
battery compartment with a tethered cap.
Export of this device described herein is strictly prohibited
without a valid export license issued by the U.S. Department of State
Directorate of Defense Trade Controls, as prescribed in the
International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), Title 22, Code of
Federal Regulations, Parts 120-130, and/or by the U.S. Department of
Commerce Bureau of Industry Security, as prescribed in the Export
Administration Regulations (EAR), Title 15, Code of Federal Regulations,
Parts 730-780. For further information contact the Directorate of
Defense Trade Controls and/or the Bureau of Industry Security.