FLIR Systems, Inc. will be exhibiting at the National Rifle Association (NRA) Annual Meetings and Exhibits in Dallas, May 4-6, 2018. Attendees can stop by Booth #4508 to see FLIR’s newest thermal and night vision products, including the FLIR Breach multifunctional thermal monocular, FLIR ThermoSight Pro thermal riflescopes, and Armasight by FLIR MNVD, BNVD and PVS-14 night vision monoculars and binoculars.
Primary optics for hog hunters, predator hunters and tactical professionals and enthusiasts, the new FLIR ThermoSight Pro PTS233, PTS536 and PTS736 are available now through established FLIR dealers in the U.S.
FLIR Systems, Inc. is making the same thermal and night vision capabilities available to sportsmen, hunters and tactical enthusiasts that law enforcement agencies and elite military and security forces have been using around the world for more than 40 years. These newest handheld thermal imagers, thermal scopes and night vision systems combine innovative features with the rugged reliability of products born of our significant military heritage.
The FLIR Breach produces a 1280×960 viewing resolution on the FLCOD HD display. Additional features include internal recording and storage of up to 2.5 hours of video and 1,000 still images, built-in digital compass and inclinometer, and a versatile USB-C port for external power, digital video out and connection to peripheral devices.
Featuring 40° or 51° fields-of-view (FOV), Armasight by FLIR BNVD, MNVD and PVS-14 models produce a wide visual field, which makes it easier to track moving targets without the need to move or pan the NVD. A built-in IR illuminator and flood lens enhances night vision and allows for reading in the dark. Simplified operation in the field comes via a single gain control knob. When mounted to a helmet, all intuitive MNVD and BNVD models turn off automatically when flipped up,