AGM Adder TS50-640 Thermal Imaging Rifle Scope 12um, 640×512 (50 Hz), 50 mm lens
AGM Adder is the thermal imaging scopes developed for 24 hours operation under any weather and environmental conditions. Two objective lens options allow the customer to choose perfect unit for your needs where 35mm lens designed for medium range shooting, while the 50mm lens model will be great for long range missions.
Riflescope has 640×512 high-sensitivity thermal detector and 1024×768 OLED monitor, which provides clear image under harsh environment conditions like darkness, fog, smoke, dust, rain, snow, wood, camouflage, etc. The scope is mainly applied to scenarios such as patrolling, and hunting, etc.
The scope is equipped with unique dual power system. Two builtin 18650 rechargeable batteries with one CR123A replaceable Lithium battery provide up to 15 hours of continuous operation. The device has fast 64GB EMMC storage for on-board video recording and image capturing. Shot Activated Recording (SAR) function allows you not to worry about having to start recording manually each time. Wi-Fi module for live video streaming and video/images recording via application are also available. AGM Adder scope has the ability to work in conjunction with an external laser rangefinder. Data transfer between the optional rangefinder and the scope is carried out via Bluetooth connection.
The Adder can be mounted to the weapon using standard scope mounts for 30mm tubes. The traditional-style 30mm tube meets the needs of professional hunters who value traditions and seek technological superiority, ensure an extreme detection range of up to 2600 meters.
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