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Dipol TG1 3.2X product image
Type: Bi-ocular
Resolution: 384 x 288 pixels
Brand: Dipol
Series: TG1

Dipol TG1 3.2X

The TG1 3.2X is a thermal imaging bi-ocular made by Dipol and is part of the TG1 series. It utilizes a 384 x 288 pixels thermal core with a refresh rate of 50Hz and features a 50mm lens, giving you a field of view of 6.22 x 6.67 degrees.

It allows to detect movable and immovable objects which have temperature contrast, to be exact: people, animals, buildings, green, vehicles, etc. Besides, this binocular may be used to find heat leak in living space and in production rooms, to find places where electric lines and devices are heat, etc.


  • two types of objectives: F50 or F75;
  • optical magnification 3.2x; 3.5x; 47?; 5.3x
  • digital zoom 2x, 4x;
  • detection range up to 1700 meters;
  • video output;
  • information about settings and device status is situated in the field of view;
  • inversion of image color is possible;
  • it is possible to use outer power source (12V);
  • manual adjustment of sensor amplification and micro display brightness.
  • dehydrator cartridge;
  • possibility to mount to tripod (aperture thread 1/4").

TG1 3.2X Specifications

Lens50 mm
Diopter adjustment-4 +4
Eye relief distance25 mm
Optical zoom3.2 x
Digital zoom4 x
FOV (h/v)6.22 ° / 6.67 °
Thermal typeUncooled
Sensor resolution (h/v)384 pixels / 288 pixels
Pixel pitch17 µm
Spectral range8 µm / 14 µm
Refresh rate50 Hz
Image polarityBlack hot/white hot
Dimensions (l/w/h)213 mm / 139 mm / 66 mm
Weight1000 g
Number of batteries3
Battery life6 hours
Operating temperature-20 °C / 50 °C
Environmental ratingIPX5
Law enforcement
Search & rescue
Fire fighting

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Manufactured by Dipol
SPF "Dipol" Ltd. was founded in 1990 by the scientific employees who were experts in the field of optoelectronic engineering. That determined the policy of the firm in development and manufacture of night vision devices. Image intensifier tubes of high-quality and specially developed high aperture optics are used in the devices.
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