FLIR Command 336 Thermal Imaging Binoculars

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FLIR Command 336 Long-Range Thermal Bi-ocular

Key Features:

- Mid and long-range detection

- Easy and intuitive drop-down user interface

- User selectable NTSC or PAL format

- Digital E-Zoom

- Various colour modes

- Video output

- Waterproof

- Aircraft-aluminum alloy structure

- Wireless remote control

- Rapid start-up


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3-12x50 5-20x758-32x100
Refresh Rate30 Hz, 60Hz 30 Hz, 60Hz 30 Hz, 60Hz
Detector Type336 x 256336 x 256336 x 256
Pixel Size17 µm 17 µm 17 µm
Lens System50 mm; F/1.075 mm; F/1.1100 mm; F/1.3
Field of view 7.8° × 5.9°4.3° × 3.2°3.3° × 2.5°
Digital Zoom1x/2x/4x 1x/2x/4x 1x/2x/4x
Battery Type2xCR123A2xCR123A2xCR123A
Battery LifeUp to 4 hoursUp to 4 hoursUp to 4 hours
L x W x H, mm270 × 122 × 65305 × 122 × 89322 × 122 × 116
Weight800 g1.08 kg1.3 kg


The FLIR Command 336 thermal imaging bi-ocular represents one of the most sophisticated devices on the market today, due to its superior price-to-performance value. The FLIR Command 336 product line is based on the FLIR Tau 2 VOx microbolometer core and includes a variety of different models - each optimizing performance, price, and state-of-the-art capabilities for a variety of uses and missions. The FLIR Command 336 is a solid state, uncooled, long-wave infrared, magnified, dedicated handheld thermal imager intended for day and nighttime missions. Command thermal imagers are extremely difficult to detect with other devices, as they emit no visible light or RF energy. Command 336 Thermal Imaging bi-oculars are characterized by their simple but intuitive controls, functions, and features that are layered among direct button adjustments, direct combination button functions, and electronic menu selections.

Built for long-range surveillance in complete darkness, the FLIR Command packs high-performance thermal imaging into a 50mm, 75mm, or 100mm lens bi-ocular. Command’s ergonomic design offers comfort during sustained viewing periods while a rugged housing and FLIR Tau 2 thermal core generate dependable imagery in snow, dust, smoke, fog, and haze.