The New ATN OTS-30/OTS-60 Thermal Imaging Viewer Goes Digital

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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, have raised the bar in providing digital thermal imaging viewers in an affordable, rugged, pocket-sized package. Offering superior performance, the OTS-30 and OTS-60 are monocular viewers built around state-of-the-art uncooled thermal imaging technology. These thermal imaging units are built with MIL-SPEC optics and an 800 x 600 OLED color display. The digital features include menu functions such as reticle type and color selection, windage and elevation adjustments, polarity single-button modes including black on white, white on black and 5 different color settings.

ATN OTS-30/OTS-60 FEATURES
•Digital imaging and brightness control
•E-Zoom
•Menu functions include reticle type and color selection; windage and elevation adjustment
•Polarity single button modes; black on white, white on black, 5 different color settings
•Video output with RCA cable
•Multi-coated all-glass optics
•Limited One-Year Warranty
•Extended battery life using two (2) CR123 lithium batteries (4-plus hours)
•Made in the USA

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