Powerful Thermal Optics
With a sensitive 384×288, 17µm, <50mK NETD and powerful 25mm f1.1 objective lens, the TS425 will provide a detection range of 700m when observing a standard 1.8m tall human or deer shaped object, or 1700m when observing a 2.3m tall vehicle.
Crystal-clear and incredibly smooth thermal imagery is presented onto a 1024×768 HD AMOLED display, with the TS425’s 50Hz refresh rate ensuring the image displayed is always easily discernible, even when observed objects are in motion.
A 1.6x base magnification; 1x, 2x, and 4x digital zoom; and generous 14.9° x 11.2° field of view all work to enhance the viewing experience further, opening up the observation area and allowing users to zoom in to reveal more detail of an object of interest.
Greater Detail and Accuracy
For greater levels of detail and accuracy, this thermal imaging riflescope grants the user the ability to magnify an object of interest without losing any control over the field of view, this is achieved through a small viewing window located in the top 10% of the viewfinder.
The TS425 uses a removeable Li-ion battery to operating reliably for up to 4.5 hours on a single charge (depending on temperature), providing the user with ample power to cover the duration of observation.
Tough and Durable
Robust in its design, this thermal imaging riflescope can withstand a bump and a scrape, offers shock and vibration resistance, remains reliably operational in extreme temperatures — from -40°C ~ 50°C — and is even IP67 waterproof rated, which means it will work effectively in any weather, come rain or shine!
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.