The Bering Optics PRODIGY MINI Thermal Monocular is the most affordable thermal viewing device in the Prodigy family of products. It is also the most compact and lightweight model, designed with the user comfort in mind. The main functions of the device, such as zoom, brightness and image polarity mode, are easy to operate by just engaging the four control buttons which have tactical buttons for use in pitch-black situations.
In addition to its stealth appearance, the PRODIGY MINI features the longest battery life (up to 15 hours) of any thermal monocular on the market. It is built with a specially developed LWIR (8-14µm) sensitive thermal core that is able to detect the heat of viewed objects at a distance of up to 440 yards (400m) away in any terrain, twilight and night time conditions.
Product Modification PRODIGY MINI
Product SKU# BE43113
Optical Magnification, x 1.0x
Digital Magnification, x 2.0x
Objective lens system 13mmF/1.0
Angular FOV at 1.0x, degree 17° x 13°
Eye relief, mm 14
Focus range, yds / m 3.3 / 3 to infinity
Diopter setting, dptr -3 to +4
Core resolution, pxl 384 x 288
Pixel pitch, µm 17
Image refresh rate, Hz 50
Thermal Sensitivity (NETD), mK < 50
Display type and resolution, pxl VGA LCD 720 x 540
Start-up time, max., sec. 4
Object type and size, approx., ft² / m² 8 / 0.75 25.8 / 2.4
Detection, approx., yds/m 440 / 400 720 / 650
Recognition, approx., yds/m 165 / 150 330 / 300
Identification, approx., yds/m 85 / 75 165 / 150
Dimensions, in/ mm 6.3″ x 2.44″ x 2.44″ / 160 x 62 x 62
Weight, approx., oz/g 13 / 370
Power supply standard Li-on cell rechargeable battery
External DC Input 5V DC/2A (Micro USB)
Estimated battery life, hour up to 15
Operating temperature, °F/°С -4 to +122 / -20 to +50
Water intrusion IP66
Humidity, % Up tо 93%
IN THE BOX
• PRODIGY MINI Thermal Monocular
• Front lens protective cap
• Soft carrying pouch
• Wrist strap
• Neck cord
• Rubber eyecup
• Battery recharge cable with USB port connector
• AC-DC Adaptor convertor 100-240V in to output 5V.
• Video cable
• Lens cleaning cloth
• Instruction manual
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