Alpha Optics AO-3432/3462 Thermal Imaging Goggles

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Alpha Optics AO-3432/3462 Thermal Imaging Goggles

Key Features:

 

- High-aperture F/1.0 lens with fixed focus from 5 m to infinity

- Waterproof and nitrogen purged

- Compact and lightweight

- User friendly menu

- Option of external power supply

- Video output

- Option of detachable laser rangefinder

 

 

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Specifications: 
AO-3432AO-3462
Thermal Image Core384 x 288, 17μm 640 x 480, 17μm
Spectral Range7.5 to 14 μm 7.5 to 14 μm
Frequency50 Hz25 Hz
Sensitivity< 50 mK < 50 mK
Lens System19 mm; F/1.0 19 mm; F/1.0
Field of view19.0° × 14.5°29.8° × 23.2°
Optical Zoom1.6x1x
Lens Focus5m to infinity5m to infinity
Eye Relief25 mm 25 mm
Diopter Adjustment-5 to +5 dpt -5 to +5 dpt
DisplayAMOLED 800 x 600 AMOLED 800 x 600
Battery TypeTwo CR123ATwo CR123A
Battery Life5 hours at 25°C5 hours at 25°C
Operating Temperature-30°C to +50°C-30°C to +50°C
Environmental RatingIP66 IP66
Dimensions (L x W x H)115 × 155 ×95 mm 115 × 155 ×95 mm
Weight 410 g 410 g

Description

The Alpha Optics AO-3432/3462 thermal imaging googles are intended for use as a handheld, head/helmet mounted device. Displaying the thermal differences in the scene, the high-performance thermal imaging system of the device provides round-the-clock, all-weather detection and discrimination of heat-generating objects, including those that are hidden. The device is designed with the shutter-less calibration technology enabling quick start and continuous image without stops and delays. The specially developed control electronics of the device works without complicated menu. One of the novelties of this device is the encoder knob designed to adjust image on the spot depending on the environment. The device has grippy enclosure convenient for both hands and has only four control elements. Relatively large buttons are conventionally located to be used with heavy gloves. The AO-3432/3462 is effective at close and long ranges regardless of light and weather conditions, such as in total darkness or through smoke, haze, fog, and light rain.