FLIR Scion Thermal Monocular

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Taking a Closer Look at the FLIR Scion™ Thermal Monocular Series

Taking a Closer Look at the FLIR Scion®Thermal Monocular Series

The Scion family of thermal monoculars captures clear thermal imaging and detects objects of interest in complete darkness and through glaring light or haze.

Built around FLIR’s powerful Boson core, the Scion captures thermal imaging up to 60 Hz and records geotagged video for playback long after the day is done.

FLIR Scion™ OTM and PTM may look similar, but don’t be fooled: each device is designed for a unique environment and different user needs.

The newly launched Scion™ PTM (Professional Thermal Monocular) is a powerful thermal surveillance tool for law enforcement professionals, enabling constant awareness of threats and team members in poor visibility conditions. Integration with FLIR’s TruWITNESS™ platform links the Scion PTM with other city-wide smart sensors, providing real-time centralized information for public safety agencies.

The Scion™ OTM (Outdoor Thermal Monocular) is a high-tech device designed for outdoor adventurers, ruggedly built for the most demanding environments to quickly detect animals and other objects of interest in low-visibility conditions. A built-in microSD card slot provides enough memory to capture every wildlife encounter in high-quality thermal imaging to revisit again later.

Both Scion™ monoculars are built around FLIR’s powerful Boson™ core and are available both in 640 and 320 resolutions, with 9Hz and 60Hz models.

Head here to learn more about Scion OTM, and here to learn more about Scion PTM.

 

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