The LS32 brings high speed 30hz refresh to the compact chassis and adds a marking laser indicator to highlight thermal signatures for users without FLIR.
Resolution: 336 x 256
Range: 600 Yards
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The LS32 thermal monocular is the most compact and affordable Law Enforcement imager to date. This unit features a 336 x 256 pixel detector, a maximum range of 600 yards, and a lightning fast 30hz refresh rate.
The FLIR LS32 thermal monocular hits the perfect balance between size, cost, and ability. This unit can be carried anywhere, and has the range to make it widely effective for officers in the field.
Built on FLIR's smallest chassis, the LS32 uses a USB-charging internal lithium-ion battery and features a one-handed, four-button operation. The display itself auto-focusses, but a diopter adjustment on the eyepiece ensures you get the sharpest image for your eyes.
The LS32 can display different polarities to fit varying situations and environments. White-hot and black-hot displays are the FLIR military standard, but you also get 4 levels of Instalert™ polarity, which will isolate subjects above a certain threshold and highlight them a bright red.
The LS32 can also zoom the digital image 2x to get the closest view and furthest range. When you're pushing out to detect: the 2x magnification makes it easy to pick out even the smallest hot-spot.
This unit also features an internal targeting laser to indicate heat signatures for officers without thermal devices.
FLIR thermal night vision uses infrared radiation to build its image, which means it sees heat not light.
This means that thermal night vision highlights temperature differences in the scene its interpreting. That makes FLIR the pinnacle of detection. When it comes to spotting the odd part out in a scene, even in total darkness, thermal differentiates like no other technology.
Because it's seeking out temperature differences and heat signatures, FLIR cameras can be just as useful in daylight as they are at night. In low contrast environments, heat will still be a differentiator regardless of any camouflage. This also works at long distances where your eye may not pickup a distant object. A FLIR camera will highlight that far off heat signature, even if it's just a cluster of pixels different.
Reading infrared radiation also means that these units are not blocked by the kind of things that might interfere with our vision. Particulate obstacles like smoke, dust, and fog have a much smaller thermal signature, and so the FLIR camera can see right through them. Even snow and rain to an extent will have less of an effect through thermals than they would on your naked eye.
|Resolution||336x256||640 x 512|
|Series||LS Law Enforcement||LS Law Enforcement|
|Range||600 Yards||1,200 Yards|
|SD/SDHC Card Enabled|
|Still Image/Video Storage|
|Size||6.70" x 2.31" x 2.44"||6.70" x 2.31" x 2.44"|
|Operating/Storage Temperature||-4°F to 122°F||-4°F to 122°F|
|Weight (w/o lens)||12.9 oz||12.9 oz|
|Field of View||17° x 13°||18° x 14°|
|2x E-Zoom FOV|
|4x E-Zoom FOV|
|Polarity||White Hot, Black Hot, InstAlert™||White Hot, Black Hot, InstAlert™|
|Viewfinder Video Output|
|Startup||2 Seconds||2 Seconds|
|Battery||Internal Battery / Li-Ion||Internal Battery / Li-Ion|
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