FLIR TS32RPro Scout Thermal Imaging Camera, 76800 (320 x 240)
FLIR TS32RPro Scout Thermal Imaging Camera, 76800 (320 x 240)
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FLIR TS32RPro Scout Thermal Imaging Camera, 76800 (320 x 240)
Model: TS32r Pro | Order No: TS32RPRO

Scout Handheld Thermal Camera, 320x240 detector and 60mm lens. Pro model upgrade has still and video recording capability.

Resolution: 320 x 240

Range: 1,400 Yards

$8,929.00 USD

Availability: 3 to 4 Weeks




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FLIR Scout TS32r Pro Thermal Night Vision Monocular

The TS32r Pro thermal monocular features a resolution of 320 x 240, with a maximum range of 1400 yards. The TS32r Pro is a dedicated long range camera and monocular combo built on a compact frame.

The TS32r Pro uses a fixed 65mm lens to extend its possible reach well beyond the traditional TS32. It includes the ability to capture and record both video and still imagery onto a removeable SD card that will store jpeg and mp4 files.

FLIR Scout TS32R Series Thermal Night Vision

Thermal Night Vision in the Palm of Your Hand

Built on FLIR's dedicated thermal chassis, the TS32r Pro will run all night off 4 rechargeable AA batteries that can be changed in the field. The display itself auto-focusses, but a diopter adjustment on the eyepiece ensures you get the sharpest image for your eyes. This monocular also uses an iris style eyecup to control light emissions from the screen.

This long-range monocular can use 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 heat signatures above a certain threshold and highlight them a bright red.

The TS32r Pro can be tripod mounted for long distance viewing, and features a 2x digital zoom. When you're trying to maximize your detection range: the 2x magnification makes it easy to pick out even the smallest hot-spot.

Features 4 Night Vision Modes

FLIR Scout Will Help You:

  • See people - keep track of the rest of your hiking or camping party in the darkest nights, and even when they're obscured by light foliage.
  • See animals - everything gives off heat, so animals can't use their natural camouflage to hide from Scout. Discover those hard-to-spot animals that you've always wanted to see, day and night.
  • Track game - sportsmen can use Scout to track wounded animals by following their heat signatures directly, or by detecting signs they leave behind like blood trails and foot prints.
  • Navigate - no more losing the trail at night or in bad visibility; with Scout, you'll be able to navigate just as well at night as you can during the day.
  • Stay safe - Scout's thermal night vision technology lets you see clearly through smoke, dust, and light fog so you can stay safe in the outdoors when conditions deteriorate.
  • See more, and see farther, than with other night vision technologies - because Scout sees clearly without any light whatsoever, it can see farther at night than other imaging technologies that need ambient light to work, and can see heat sources that these other cameras could never find.

What is Thermal Night Vision?

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.

FLIR Thermal Night vision makes use of infrared radiation to see in complete darkness
Infrared radiation allows Scout to see in complete darkness.

FLIR Scout is able to see through light to moderate fog
By reading infrared information Scout can see through light to moderate smoke, dust, and fog.

FLIR TS32RPro Scout Thermal Imaging Camera, 76800 (320 x 240) Detection Range

The range of thermal night vision is determined by the resolution of the detector and the size of the lens. These sample images of a man and a vehicle at different distances demonstrate the difference between Identification and Detection through a TS32r Pro.

Key Features

  • Shuttered Eyepiece - Keeps light from coming out of the viewfinder and avoids alarming animals or other target subjects.
  • 65 mm lens - with 7° field of view.
  • Rugged design - All-weather design is built to withstand the demands of day-in, day-out rugged outdoor use. It even floats!
  • Hot Shoe Attachment - The included "hot shoe" attachment provides power-in and RCA composite video-out connections while maintaining the camera's tripod mounting capability.
  • Two-sided Hand Strap - Accommodates both left-handed and right-handed users.
  • USB 2.0 Connection - Permits rapid transfer of still images and video from the Scout to a PC.
  • Battery Compartment - Four rechargeable AA NiMH batteries are good for more than five hours of continuous operation. Scout also runs on standard non-rechargeable alkaline and Lithium Ion AA batteries.
  • See people - keep track of the rest of your hiking or camping party in the darkest nights, and even when they're obscured by light foliage.
  • See animals - everything gives off heat, so animals can't use their natural camouflage to hide from Scout. Discover those hard-to-spot animals that you've always wanted to see, day and night.
  • Track game - sportsmen can use Scout to track wounded animals by following their heat signatures directly, or by detecting signs they leave behind like blood trails and foot prints.
  • Navigate - no more losing the trail at night or in bad visibility; with Scout, you'll be able to navigate just as well at night as you can during the day.
  • Stay safe - Scout's thermal night vision technology lets you see clearly through smoke, dust, and light fog so you can stay safe in the outdoors when conditions deteriorate.
  • Lightweight and rugged - Scout is rugged, fully submersible, and built to last. Weighing less than a pound-and-a-half, it won't drag you down.
  • Easy to use - direct, push-button access to all camera controls make Scout easy to use, even with gloves on!
  • See more, and see farther, than with other night vision technologies - because Scout sees clearly without any light whatsoever, it can see farther at night than other imaging technologies that need ambient light to work, and can see heat sources that these other cameras could never find.
  • There are dozens of at-home uses for Scout as well - including home security, location of heat leaks, and detection of water damage. Its ¼ x 20 tripod mounting hole and video output make it easy to mount on an ATV, pickup, or SUV.

Specifications

FLIR Scout TS32r Infrared Thermal Night Vision Camera

FLIR Scout TS32r

FLIR Scout TS32r Pro Infrared Thermal Night Vision Camera

FLIR Scout TS32r Pro

Resolution 320 x 240 320 x 240
Series Scout TS Scout TS
Range 1,400 Yards 1,400 Yards
SD/SDHC Card Enabled
Video Out
Still Image/Video Storage
Size 10.96" x 3.33" x 2.69" 10.96" x 3.33" x 2.69"
Operating/Storage Temperature -4°F to 140°F (-20°C to 60°C) -4°F to 140°F (-20°C to 60°C)
Weight (w/o lens) 2.17 lbs 2.17 lbs
Field of View 7° x 5° 7° x 5°
2x E-Zoom FOV
4x E-Zoom FOV
Polarity White Hot, Black Hot, InstAlert™ White Hot, Black Hot, InstAlert™
Viewfinder Video Output NTSC or PAL composite video NTSC or PAL composite video
External Video 320 x 240 NTSC or PAL 320 x 240 NTSC or PAL
Startup 2 Seconds 2 Seconds
E-Zoom 2x 2x
Freeze Frame
Battery AA NiMH Batteries (included) or Li-Ion or Alkaline AA AA NiMH Batteries (included) or Li-Ion or Alkaline AA
Rating IP-67 IP-67
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