FLIR ThermoSight T50 320x240 Thermal Sight Night Vision Scope No Laser

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$ 10,689.00 $ 11,757.90

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FLIR ThermoSight T50 320x240 Thermal Sight Night Vision Scope No Laser

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FLIR’s ThermoSight T50 is a clip-on thermal scope designed for short to medium range engagements.  Utilizing a quick detach lever, the T50 easily attaches and detaches from standard M1913 Picatinny rails in front of day scopes.  This gives the operator the ability to deploy it on multiple weapon platforms without the need to dedicate a thermal scope.  It can also be used as a stand-alone weapon scope with a choice of multiple reticle patterns to cycle through.  In stand-alone mode, the T50 can act as a 1X optic or utilize the 2X or 4X electronic zoom.  This system is manufactured by FLIR’s Government Systems division and is designed for hard use.  The thermal core is fully hardened to MILSPEC and made completely in the U.S.  The T50 provides extreme versatility for the modern Warfighter and Law Enforcement Professional.

The T50 ThermoSight can be used as a hand-held thermal scope or clip-on device for weapon use.  It is fully calibrated to maintain boresight with the host day scope.  So, there is no point of aim/ point of impact shift when it is attached or detached from a weapon.  It is especially well-suited for the Trijicon ACOG, coming equipped with a special adapter interface sleeve for this optic.  But, it works well with any 4X optic.  We do not recommend going much higher than 4X with the T50 because you will begin to lose resolution.  The highest we could go was between 5-6X with a Nightforce NXS 2.5-10×32 before focus could not be achieved.  But, 4X works likes a charm!

The height of the T50 allows it to easily see over 12 o’clock-mounted laser modules.  The controls are placed on the 9 o’clock side and easily accessible to right-handed shooters.  After a few minutes of working with the T50, the control buttons become easy enough to navigate without looking.  A footprint dock for a backup mini red dot sight is located on top of the unit and is compatible with standard Doctor sight base styles.

The T50 Advanced Combat ThermoSight offers weapon sight functionality at a reasonable price compared to other systems on the market.  Its multiple weapon use applications and handheld capability make it a truly unique device.  As to be expected from a Government System, the T50 is built like a tank.  We are very impressed with the capabilities of this system and the price point.  For under $11K, you can have a MILSPEC Clip-On Thermal Scope.  The resolution of the system means you want to keep it at about 4X.

This version of the T50 is available for commercial sale because it lacks the integrated laser.  Government models are available with integrated IR and visible lasers.

 

Manufacturer:
FLIR Government Systems
Dimensions:
5.3”(L) x 3.5”(W) x 4.0”(H)
Weight:
1.5 lbs.
Finish:
Black, Corrosion Resistant
Power:
Three (3) CR123A Lithium Batteries
Battery Life:
Approx. 9 Hours Continuous
Rating:
IP 68
Recoil Rating:
Up to/Including .50BMG
Operating Temp:
-40°F to +131°F
Storage Temp:
-58°F to +149°F
Waterproof:
66′ for 2 Hours
Warranty:
1 Year Warranty
OPTICAL:
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Sensor:
Vanadium Oxide, Uncooled Microbolometer
Detector:
320×240
Sensitivity:
<50mK @ f/1.0
Spectral:
7.5-13.5 µm
Start-Up:
<1.5 sec. from Standby
FOV:
9.33° (h) x 7° (v)
Focus:
Manual
Gain:
Adjustable
Brightness/ Contrast:
Adjustable
Polarity:
White Hot/Black Hot
Frame Rate:
30 Hz
Reticles:
None, Cross Reticle 1 (2 Segments), Cross Reticle 2 (4 Segments), Machine Gun Operator (MGO) Reticle w/ Chevron
Output:
Standard NTSC RS-170 Monochrome Format
INCLUDES:
T50, Quick Reference Card, Operator’s Manual, Lens Cleaning Cloth, Soft Carrying Case, Video Output Cable, Battery Cartridge, Light Sleeve, Light Sleeve Washer, Eye Cup, Batteries

 

Export Restrictions

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!!

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