Scout II

This device is a compact and lightweight thermal imager for hunting purposes. It provides clear, crisp thermal images day or night. It is ergonomically designed. The Scout II is ideal for sportsmen, hikers, hunters or outdoor enthusiasts.

Due to the small size, low weight and power consumption of the built-in lithium-ion battery, the Scout II has a good operating time. It allows someone to see heat sources of any kind, inaccessible to normal vision.

The following models are available:

  • Scout II-240
  • Scout II-320
  • Scout II-640
  • Scout II enables the outdoorsman to:

  • See animals and people during reduced visibility and even total darkness
  • See through light smoke, dust, and fog
  • See camouflage among foliage in any lighting conditions
  • See the world in a totally different way than with night vision systems

  • If you really love the great outdoors, why limit your world to only the daylight hours? A thermal imager camera allows you to experience nature in vivid detail 24/7. The Scout II is available with 3 different lenses and resolutions.

    Specifications

      Scout II-240 Scout II-320 Scout II-640
    Detector
    Detector type VOx Microbolometer
    Resolution 240 x 180 pixels 336 x 256 pixels 640 x 512 pixels
    Spectral range 7.5 — 13.5 µm
    Thermal sensitivity <50mK (f/1.0)
    Image Polarity White Hot/ Black Hot/ InstAlert™
    Optics
    Lens 13mm fixed focus 19mm fixed focus 35mm fixed focus
    Field of View (H×V) 24° × 18° NTSC 17° × 13° NTSC 18° × 14° NTSC
    Zoom - 2x 2x, 4x
    Video Recording Freeze Frame shots Yes Yes
    Electronics
    Refresh rate <9 Hz
    Display 640 X 480 LCD Display
    Operational Parameters
    Rating IP-67, submersible
    Operating temperature range -20°C to 50°C
    Storage temperature range -40°C to 60°C
    Drop 1m
    Battery type Internal Li-Ion Cell
    Battery life 5h - 7h
    Dimensions 170 x 59 x 62mm
    Weight 0,34Kg
    Specifications are subject to change without prior notice

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    DRI Values

    Calculated according to the Johnson Criteria for a man sized target with a critical dimension of 1,8 x 0,5 meter. Detection, Recognition and Identification are defined for an image of respectively 1.5, 6 and 12 pixels on the image sensor. 

    Video

     Uncooled detectors for thermal imaging cameras