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Gain a tactical advantage with the versatile Panther 640 Thermal Riflescope from Night Optics. With the touch of a button this compact thermal imaging riflescope can be set to work as a clip-on with your existing day riflescope. Just remove the eyecup before connecting to your scope objective bell. The sensor features an uncooled vanadium oxide II (VOx II) microbolometer with a resolution of 640x480 pixels and a brilliant 800x600 AMOLED display. While the thermal imaging sensor detects infrared radiation in the spectral range of 8-14µm, the electronics provide viewing capabilities through either its integrated display or an optional factory configuration to relay video output to an external recorder or screen. The default refresh rate is 30 Hz and an NTSC video format. Factory-set options exist for a 60 Hz refresh rate and a PAL video output format. The 50mm f/1.2 germanium lens system offers a maximum field of view of 6.5 x 5° and a close focus distance of 33' in riflescope configuration and 66' in clip-on configuration. The magnification of the device will depend on its use. In the default rifle sight mode, you will obtain 3.5x optical magnification and 1-4x digital zoom, giving you a total magnification range of 3.5-14x. In the clip-on mode, you will get a 1x power and can use optical zoom of your day scope for close-ups on your targets. Additionally, the electronics of this device offer a number of useful features: fast start-up, automatic brightness control, automatic shutter control, three polarity options, and seven color palettes. To help you with target acquisitions, this device also features digital mil-dot and crosshair reticles with five color options.
The water-resistant and impact-resistant housing features a lightweight and durable polymer construction and offers knurled adjusters and rings for a non-slip grip. To protect the germanium objective lens from dirt, scratches, and debris, it has a flip-out objective lens cup.
Note: Export of this device described herein is strictly prohibited without a valid export license issued by the U.S. Department of State Office of Defense Trade Controls, as prescribed in the International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR), Title 22, Code of Federal Regulation, Parts 120-130, and/or the U.S. Department of Commerce. For further information contact the Office of Defense Trade Controls and/or the U.S. Department of Commerce.
Thermal Imager and Optical Performance
640x480 Uncooled VOx II microbolometer
50mm, f/1.2 germanium lens system
Riflescope mode offers 3.5-14x total zoom
1x clip-on mode supports 1-12x riflescopes
Maximum field of view: 6.5 x 5°
Spectral range: 8-14µm
Display & Video Performance
800x600 AMOLED display
Option for video output available
Default refresh rate: 30 Hz
Optional 60 Hz refresh rate available
Automatic ambient light adjustment
Automatic and manual shutter calibration
Adjustable display brightness
Polarity options: Black Hot, White Hot, Sepia
Default NTSC or optional PAL video-out
Seven color palettes
Mil-dot digital reticle
Crosshair digital reticle
Five reticle colors: red, green, yellow, white, and black
Use and Handling
Fast start-up takes 3 seconds
Uses two CR-123 batteries with runtime of 4 hours
Digital windage and elevation adjustments
Ergonomic menu buttons
Lightweight, durable, and ergonomic polymer housing
Can be attached to riflescope objective bell
Operating temperature from -40 to 140°F
Flip-out objective cup
In the Box
Night Optics Panther 640 Thermal Riflescope (30 Hz)