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Combining the performance of a military thermal sight with the precision of a riflescope, the IR Hunter MKII 640 1.5x-12x Thermal Weapon Sight features a BAE Systems MicroIR uncooled Vanadium Oxide microbolometer with a spectral range of 8-12µm and a pixel pitch of 12µm. It allows users to see hot and warm objects in complete darkness without the need for external illumination. You will detect and see wild animals, livestock, humans, running engines, and other heat sources during day or night. The shock-resistant 19mm, f/1.1 optical system features germanium lens with an anti-scratch Diamond-Like Carbon protective window. The lens is anti-reflection coated for improved transmission of infrared light and thermally stabilized for improved resolution.
To add versatility to the device, the built-in electronics offer an electronic zoom of up to 8x, which together with optics provides maximum magnification of 12x. You can view images and aim on targets using the built-in 640x480 OLED display or use a video output port to connect to external screen or recording device with a choice of 60Hz or 30Hz frame refresh rates. To provide improved visibility, the sight comes with a number of digital imaging features such as Digital Contrast Enhancement, Enhanced Target Recognition, and three digital reticle patters.
The housing is made of 6061-T6 aluminum alloy with black anodizing finish. It provides shock-resistant, waterproof performance and protects the sight from submersion to 3' for 15 minutes. It also features an ergonomic and lightweight design with knurled adjusters as well as windage and elevation knobs for a tight grip. The included high-precision LaRue LT681 mount has a single-lever quick-release system for strong attachment to Picatinny rails. Also included are two lithium CR-123 batteries, soft storage case, and shuttered eyeguard.
BAE Systems Thermal Imaging Sensor
MicroIR sensor features uncooled VOx microbolometer
Spectral range: 8-12µm
Pixel pitch: 12µm
Resolution: 640x480 pixels
Fast Refresh Rate mode: 60Hz
Power Save Mode refresh rate: 30Hz
Germanium objective lens
Athermalized optical system is insensitive to temperature changes
Diamond-Like Carbon (DLC) hard anti-scratch sacrificial window
Lens System: 19mm, f/1.1
Optical magnification: 1.5x
Digital zoom: up to 12x
Effective first focal plane operation
Three reticle patterns in green, red, and black color
Enhanced target recognition: localized sensor gain emphasizes targets
Display & Video Out
Built-in 640x480 OLED monochrome display
Maxpol/Multiple Polarity Control: three White Hot modes, three Black Hot modes, Edge Detect
Digital Contrast Enhancement
Digital Focus Control
Digital electronic zoom
Video output with Fischer connector
6061-T6 aluminum housing
Knurled windage and elevation knobs
Waterproof and submersible to 3' for 15 minutes
LaRue LT681 Picatinny mount with one quick-release lever
Sock-resistant and recoil-resistant
Shuttered rubber eyeguard
In the Box
IR DEFENSE IR Hunter MKII 640 1.5x-12x Thermal Weapon Sight (60-30Hz)
LaRue LT681 Picatinny Mount
CR-123 Lithium Batteries
Limited 3-Year Warranty
Table of Contents
BAE MIcroIR uncooled VOx detector
Fast frame rate: 60 Hz
Power save mode: 30 Hz
Minimum Focus Distance
20' (6.1 m)
+4 to -6
640x480 OLED display
2" / 5.1 cm
Battery / Runtime
2 x CR-123 (3V) lithium batteries / 60 Hz: 5 h, 30 Hz: 7.5 h
-40 to 131°F (-40 to 55°C)
-49 to 167°F (-45 to 75°C)
Waterproof, submersible to 3' for 15 minutes
6.5 x 3.1 x 2.9" (165 x 78.7 x 73.7 mm)
29.1 oz (825 g)
IR DEFENSE IR Hunter MKII 640 1.5x-12x Thermal Weapon Sight (60-30Hz) Review