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ATN Introduces Digital Thermal Image Viewer

March 06, 2012  | 

Photo: ATN
Photo: ATN

American Technologies Network has introduced the OTS-30 and OTS-60 digital thermal imaging viewers that offer law enforcement a rugged monocular in a pocket-sized package.

The OTS-30 and OTS-60 are built around uncooled thermal imaging technology with Mil-Spec optics and an 800x600 OLED color display. The digital features include menu functions such as reticle type and color selection, windage and elevation adjustments. Polarity single-button modes include black on white, white on black and five different color settings.

The viewers output video via an RCA cable. They're powered with two CR123 lithium batteries that are rated to provide more than four hours of use.

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