Viewing through the L-3 Thermal Eye X50 gives every nighttime operator the ability to advance safely into the unknown. This moderately priced thermal imaging monocular lifts the veil of uncertainty created by heavy obscurants, fog, smoke, camouflage, or lack of visible light. This powerful and compact thermal imager is pocket-sized, rugged and durable. Because criminals are unable to disguise their heat signature, and victims are often unable to call out for help, the X50 is the perfect partner in fighting crime and rescue missions.
The X50 will amaze you with its ability to detect and recognize human activity when viewing through environments that leave the garden-variety image intensifying devices in the dark. Featuring a technologically advanced 100x80 focal plan array with a sensitivity of ≤150mK,
the X50 is destined to make thermal imagers as ubiquitous as the flashlight.
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Standard 1/4-20" tripod mount
Pocket-sized, weighs in at only 13 ounces
Integral rubber eye cup with 2.0" eye relief
FCC Part 15 & CE Mark
Quick start-up time of less than 5 seconds
2.0 Hours run-time on two alkaline 1.5V "AA" type batteries
5.0 Hours runtime on two lithium 1.5V "AA" type batteries.
Rugged rubberized housing is submersible to 9.0' in salt water, buoyant in fresh water, and shock-proofed to withstand a 6.0' (3.0 m) drop Sealed cover for enclosing video and power jacks
Operating -14 to 122°F (-10 to 50°C)
Storage -4 to 176°F (-20 to 80°C)
Detection range for human activity; Up to 1000' (305 m)
Contrast & brightness: fully automatic
Infrared polarity: white/hot, black/cold
Susceptibility to blinding visible light: none
Thermal Imaging Technology
Advanced amorphous silicon microbolometer technology detects the subtle differences in heat of everything in view. All objects, natural & man made, emit infrared energy as heat. Even in complete darkness, or challenging environments, thermal imaging delivers the ability to see the unseen.