ATN ThOR-640 5X-40X (30Hz) product image
Type: Scope
Resolution: 640 x 512 pixels
Brand: ATN
Series: ThOR

ATN ThOR-640 5X-40X (30Hz)

The THOR-640 5X-40X (30HZ) is a thermal scope made by ATN and is part of the ThOR series.

It packs a quality 100mm lens to capture thermal radiation. The field of view (FOV) on this thermal scope reads 6 x 4.7 degrees. It's equipped with a 40x digital zoom to capture additional details. The eye relief distance is 65mm.

Inside the housing of the ThOR-640 5X-40X (30Hz) you'll find the (uncooled) 640 by 512px sensor with a refresh rate of 30Hz. The NETD (Noise Equivalent Temperature Difference) of this thermal scope is <50mK and it's operating between the 7µm and 14µm wavelengths.

The dimensions of this thermal scope are 262 x 94 x 73mm (length/width/height) and weighs in at 1400g. It can withstand dust, shocks, water (splashes) and submersion under water.

The ThOR-640 5X-40X (30Hz) can be used for surveillance missions, hunting, law enforcement and military operations.

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ThOR-640 5X-40X (30Hz) Specifications

Lens100 mm
Diopter adjustment-6 to +2
Eye relief distance65 mm
Optical zoom5 x
Digital zoom40 x
FOV (h/v)6 ° / 4.7 °
Thermal typeUncooled
Sensor resolution (h/v)640 pixels / 512 pixels
Sensitivity50 mK
Spectral range7 µm / 14 µm
Display resolution (h/v)800 pixels / 600 pixels
Refresh rate30 Hz
Image polarityWhite hot / Black hot / Multiple Color Mode
Output screen colorFull color
Startup time3 seconds
Reticle detailsMultiple Reticles to Choose From
Rail detailsMIL-STD 1913 Picatinny
Package contentsInstruction Manual, 3 batteries CR123A type, Mil-Spec Hard Case, Warranty card, Lens Tissue
Dimensions (l/w/h)262 mm / 94 mm / 73 mm
Weight1400 g
Number of batteries3
Battery life8 hours
Law enforcement
Search & rescue
Fire fighting


User manual
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Manufactured by ATN
ATN (American Technologies Network) is a producer of thermal imaging optics and has been established in 1995. ATN is based in the United States (North America).
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