ATN ThOR-640 Digital Thermal Imaging Weapon Sight

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posted on February 7, 2012
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American Technologies Network, makers of military, law enforcement, security and outdoor night vision and thermal applications, is introducing another model in their ThOR series of thermal optical rifle scopes; the ATN ThOR-640. The ATN ThOR series of thermal imaging scopes are based on the same 320 x 240 high resolution microbolometer core technology used by the US Military and law enforcement agencies now made available to civilians in a 640 x 480 resolution in the ThOR-640 model. The new ATN ThOR-640 is a small, compact and lightweight thermal vision weapon sight that can be also used as a weapon-mounted scope or as a hand-held model. The ThOR-640 provides amazing image quality through total darkness, fog or smoke. Darkness, camouflage or bright lights will not affect the sensitivity of these units. The ThOR-640 features a digital menu that gives you a variety of options and adjustments allowing you to customize your system. From reticle options to reticle colors, the ThOR provides a custom display for any mission from private security scenarios to viewing the great outdoors.

The ThOR-640 with rugged MIL-SPEC lens features several lens options, as well as, Fast or Enhanced Imaging capability and E-Zoom to expand the optical magnification. The ATN ThOR-640 is available in two different optical powers; 1.5x or 2.5x. The digital zoom option doubles the magnification. The scope also comes with precision digital windage and elevation adjustments and a MIL-STD-1913 Picatinny Rail quick release mount. For more information visit www.atncorp.com. 

ATN ThOR-640 Features:

  • 640x 480 resolution
  • Uncooled VOx Microbolometer technology
  • Polarity single button modes: black on white, white on black, 5 different color settings
  • E-Zoom
  • 800 x 600 OLED display
  • High resolution OLED Microdisplay
  • Available in 30hz Fast Image frame rate and 60hz Enhanced Image frame rate
  • Easy to use digital controls
  • Interchangeable reticle patterns with  push of the button
  • Digital brightness control
  • Video output with RCA cable
  • Precision digital windage and elevation adjustments
  • Rapid start up in 3 seconds
  • Up to 4 hours of operation with two CR123 lithium batteries
  • Quick release Picatinny mounting system
  • One-Year Warranty

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