The Titan spots a crisp 50mm f/1 objective lens collecting thermal radiation. The default field of view on this thermal bi-ocular is 17 by 13 degrees. It has a 4 times digital zoom to enlarge (parts of) the image. The exit pupil diameter measures 27mm.
Behind the lens of the Titan you can find the (uncooled, 17 micrometer) 640 x 480 pixels core refreshing the image at 50Hz. The thermal contrast (NETD) of this thermal bi-ocular is <40mK and it's operating within the 8µm to 14µm infrared spectrum.
The physical dimensions of this thermal bi-ocular read 170 x 140 x 75mm (lwh) and the scale reads 980 grams. This device is rated IP67. It handles dust, shocks, water (splashes) and submersion under water. It's rated for operating in temperatures between -25°C and 50°C.
The Titan can be used in scanning and surveillance, police operations, search and rescue and tactical operations.
- Digital Compass
- Image and video recording
- IVE Image Enhancement Technology
- High Resolution OLED Display
- IP67 Fully Waterproof
- Lightweight (980g without batteries)
- Extended battery life (>6 hours)