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ATN Introduces Odin-W Thermal Monocular Weapon Sight Kits

February 15, 2013  | 

Photo courtesy of ATN.
Photo courtesy of ATN.

American Technologies Network Corp. has introduced a kit that enables an operator to mount the Odin-14 Thermal Monocular to a rifle.

A rail interface adaptor enables mounting of the Odin-W to a light caliber weapon such as an AR-15 or M4 carbine. The kit also includes the hardware to mount the Odin on a head-mount adaptor for hands-free viewing. The Odin Weapon Sight Kit contains the Odin Thermal Monocular with a head mount adaptor and weapon mount, head strap, eyecup and ring, an objective lens cap, demist shield, one CR123A type battery, lens tissue and operator manual in a soft carry case.

The Odin-W, which is the same compact size of the PVS14, features an icon-based menu system with color modes and black/white polarity. The ergonomic design has Mil-Spec optics with an 800-by-600 OLED display and VOx vanadium oxide detector. The Odin-W also has E-Zoom and a video output feature.

The Odin is available as the Odin-31CW/31DW with 320-by-240 resolution and 1x magnification (2x, 4x E-Zoom) retailing for $6,199; the Odin-32CW/32DW with 320-by-240 resolution and 2x magnification (4x, 8x E-Zoom) retailing for $7,699; Odin-6WBW with 640-by-480 resolution and 0.5x magnification (1x, 2x, 4x E-Zoom) retailing for $10,199; and the Odin-61BW with 640-by-480 resolution and 1x magnification (2x, 4x, 8x E-Zoom) retailing for $11,699.

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