The Guide TD210 offers functional thermal rendering, good tracking, and observation with its 256×192 12µm <50mK NETD thermal sensor with 25Hz refresh rate — providing impressive detection ranges of up to 400m (when observing a standard 1.8×0.5m human) and 1000m (when observing a 2.3×2.3m vehicle). Excellent quality thermal imagery is presented in high resolution onto the 1280×960 LCOS display.
Observation is improved further through the generous 17.1°×13.0° field of view, opening up the observation area and revealing objects that would otherwise have remained unnoticed. ±4 dioptre control, 10mm electric focus, and a digital zoom of 1-2x all enable a comfortable, adjustable viewing experience.
The TD210 uses sophisticated algorithms to sharpen and better define the edges of observed objects, allowing for improved perception and recognition by the user.
Three Rich Scene Modes
This lightweight thermal monocular offers three viewing modes to allow the user to choose the best option in different environments…
Natural Mode is rich in gradation to provide a comfortable observation experience.
Enhance Mode enhances the brightness and highlights high-temperature targets.
Highlight Mode indicates areas with the highest and lowest temperatures.
Multiple Colour Palettes
The TD210 features multiple colour palettes to allow the user to highlight their target or observed object. Easily switchable using the colour palette button on top of the device, users can choose between white hot, black hot, red hot, iron red, and blue heat modes.
Up to Eight Hours of Power
The TD210 boasts a substantial battery life through a rechargeable UN38.3 certified 2200mAh battery. This thermal imaging monocular will provide up to 8 hours of battery life (depending on temperature).
Two Second Startup
Powers up within 2 seconds after button press, saving battery power and allowing the user to quickly and easily observe their desired area without waiting for the device to power up.
Features a highly ergonomic design, with a grooved exterior and highly grippable base, and main control buttons that are raised and sit within a natural handhold position for maximum performance.
Lightweight & Compact
Small, compact, and feather-light, the TD210 can be carried with ease in a pocket, and the simplified design allows for quick and easy single-handed control.
IP66 waterproof rated, with a working temperature of -30°C to 50°C, meaning this device can work perfectly in all kinds of adverse environmental conditions, such as heavy rainfall, dust, humidity, and snow. It will also withstand substantial impacts.
A built-in laser, presented as a targeting box within the viewfinder, offers a 200m range. This laser allows users of the TD210 to indicate observed objects of interest to other team members when working in a group.
Connecting the Guide TD210 to the TargetIR app allows the user to use a smartphone or tablet as a second screen — offering a live view straight to the user’s mobile device. The app also allows full control over the device’s digital functions, offers remote recording and still image capture, as well as the ability to view, store, and share photos or videos captured on the device.
Taking Thermal & Night Vision Outside of the UK.
Thermal imaging and night vision products are strictly controlled by ITAR regulations and are subject to UK Government Export Licensing Regulations. Dependent on specification, a licence may need to be obtained prior to the export, even temporarily (e.g. holiday), from the UK.
Additionally, some countries may be embargoed, and no thermal imagers or night vision devices can be taken or exported to them. It is the responsibility of the exporter, whether it be a company or individual, to ensure that such a licence is obtained.
Failure to comply is a criminal offence.