Combining strength, durability, and light weight of reinforced glass fiber with a compact size, the Q14 TIMM 336 Thermal Imaging Multipurpose Monocular from Armasight is ideal for handheld operation, as a weapon mount, or as a head mount. It features an uncooled 336x256 FLIR Quark 2 microbolometer that enables users to see heat sources at night or during the day. For example, at night without help from visible illumination you will be able to detect running engines, hot wires, infrared lasers and lamps, live animals, humans, or other sources of heat. Additionally, because of different transmission properties of the infrared light compared to the visible light, this thermal imager will enable you to view your targets through smoke, fog, or dust.
You can view thermal profiles of your targets on a built-in AMOLED SVGA 060 color display or relay videos through a VGA video output port for viewing on an external monitor or for recording. The user-friendly menu allows you to choose between image filtering options and image processing functions that provide different color modes: White Hot, Black Hot, Rainbow, and Various Colors. To help with precision target acquisition, the device also features several black digital reticle patterns. Additionally, the included remote control allows for a wireless operation.
The reinforced glass fiber housing is lightweight, durable, and waterproof. To provide a sure operation, all adjustment rings are knurled. Other construction details include a tethered protective objective lens cap and a rubber winged eye guard.