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ATN Introduces 2 New ThOR Thermal Weapon Sights

December 04, 2013  | 

The ThOR336-1.5X
The ThOR336-1.5X

American Technologies Network Corp., has introduced two new models in its ThOR Thermal Weapons Sight System product line for 2014: the ThOR336-1.5X and the ThOR640-1X.

The new ThOR thermal weapons sight series have been designed to meet the needs of individuals to aid in ground-based night operations at an affordable price. The ThOR is a multi-purpose system using the latest in miniature thermal sensor technology combined with the new OLED display, providing a stable image in a small package.

ATN's ThOR336-1.5X and ThOR610-1X both have a frame rate of 30 Hz with a 19-inch focal length of the lens that allows for 1.5x optical magnification. They are designed to be very compact, waterproof, and dustproof.

The ThOR336-1.5X weighs 50 ounces and is 10.315 inches long by 2.874 inches high and 3.70 inches wide. MSRP is $5,199. The ThOR610-1X weighs 25 ounces and is 10.315 inches long by 2.874 inches high and 3.70 inches wide. MSRP is $9,199.

These new ThOR models include three batteries each, a lens tissue, a warranty card, and instruction manual with the ThOR thermal weapon sight of choice in a hard, portable MIL-SPEC storage case.

Tags: ATN, night/thermal vision

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