FLIR Recon M24 640x480 30Hz Thermal Monocular System 2X, 4X Digital (TIMNRM2464)
FLIR Recon M24 640x480 30Hz Thermal Monocular System 2X, 4X Digital
The FLIR Recon M-24 pocketscope is a basic, low cost thermal imager that delivers excellent visual detail for tactical observation and general purpose night vision. Resolution up to 640×480 lets you see clearly in complete darkness and through light fog, smoke, dust, foliage, thin sheds, and similar hiding places in day or night. The M-24 is lightweight and compact, fitting comfortably in your pocket and in your hand. Its simple controls are easy to master for first-time users, whether left- or right-handed.
The M-24 features rugged FLIR quality and components throughout its construction. It meets MIL-STD 810E and is fully submersible to 66 feet for up to two hours. It can also be tripod mounted. Efficient battery usage allows over 3 hours of operation.
The Recon M-24 gives law enforcement, public safety, first responders, and security operations an undeniable tactical advantage well beyond typical night vision systems, and does it at comparable cost.
- 640×480 or 320×240 resolution
- Digital zoom up to 4X
- Lightweight & pocket sized
- Simple, ambidextrous operation
- Handheld or tripod mount
- Over 3 hours battery life (two 3V CR123)
- Full MIL hardened
- Submersible to 66ft up to two hours
- High grade FLIR components throughout
|Field of View — H x V||24 x 18|
|Battery Life||Up to 3 hrs|
|Fixed Use||Tripod mauntable|
|Power Supply||2x CR123A 3V|
|Environmental Rating||Waterproof and weatherproof|
|Operating Temperature||-32 to +55|
|Dimensions||4.6 L x 3 H x 2.5 W in|
|Weight||14 oz / 400 gr|
- Carrying Bag
- Instruction Manual with Warranty Card
While all Gen 3 and some Gen 2+ require export licenses, all night vision products are subject to United States Export rules and regulations. Valid export licenses may be issued by the U.S. Department of Commerce or the U.S. Department of State, Directorate of Defense Trade Controls, in accordance with the International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR), Title 22, Code of Federal Regulation 120-130. No exceptions!!