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ATN Introduces Thermal Multi-Purpose Systems

ATN Introduces Thermal Multi-Purpose Systems

American Technologies Network introduces the OTS-32 and OTS-64; the digital multi-purpose thermal imaging system for shooting sports enthusiasts to law enforcement and private security.

"American Technologies Network is meeting the needs of military, LE and security customers with these new, multi-purpose thermal systems," James Munn, Vice President of ATN commented. "ATN is setting the parameters for the industry on new thermal technologies with intuitive controls and rugged bodies; all at reasonable price points."

Built around state-of-the-art uncooled thermal imaging technology, with integrated DSP-based electronics, in a compact and lightweight construction, the new OTS-32 and OTS-64 are versatile monoculars that can be used as a handheld, helmet-mounted or weapons-mounted thermal imaging device. They provide excellent image quality through total darkness, fog, smoke and other visual obstructions.

Total darkness, camouflage or bright lights will not affect the sensitivity of these units. It features four different reticles with choice of reticle color: black, red, green or white. A MIL-STD 1913 Picatinny Rail with Quick Release Mount makes the OTS-32 / OTS-64 instantly mountable on a variety of weapon systems. The ATN OTS-32C / OTS64B fast imaging video frame rate is 30Hz and the OTS32D / OTS64A enhanced imaging video frame rate is 60Hz.

ATN OTS-32 / OTS-64 FEATURES
OTS-32 resolution is 320 x 240 OTS-64 resolution is 640 x 480
Digital imaging and brightness control
E-Zoom Standard Imaging (9 Hz), Fast Imaging (30 Hz), Enhanced Imaging (60 Hz)
Menu functions include reticle type and color selection; windage and elevation adjustment
Polarity single button modes: black on white, white on black, five different color settings
Video output with RCA cable
Head/helmet mountable for hands-free use
Limited One-Year Warranty
Extended battery life using two CR123 lithium batteries (4-plus hours)

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