Thermal Scope ThOR-336 9X-36X (60Hz)

Sensor (microbolometer) 336x256 px
Type Uncooled
Material Vanadium oxide (VOx)
Image Size (output resolution) 800x600 px
Frame rate 60 Hz
Video output Yes
Display Color OLED matrix, SVGA< 800x600Color background + color reticulesColor background + color reticules
Thermal Sensitivity
Spectral Response 7-14 μm
Lens System 100 mm
Field of View (H x V) 3°x2.4°
Eye Relief 65 mm
Optical Magnification 9X
E-Zoom 18X, 36X
Diopter Adjustment -6 to +2
Distance of the human detection 2500 m
Distance of the human recognition 1100 m
Distance of the human identification 600 m
Distance of the vehicle detection 5000 m
Distance of the vehicle recognition 2200 m
Distance of the vehicle identification 1400 m
Reticle Multiple Reticles to Choose From
Reticle Color Red, Green, Blue, White & Black
Brightness adjustment Manual
Sharpness adjustment Automatic
Start up time
Polarity control White hot / Black hot / Multiple Color Modes
Environmental Rating Waterproof / Dustproof
Battery type 3 x CR123A battery type
Battery Life 8+ hrs
Mounting bracket MIL-STD 1913 Picatinny (Quick)
Output computer set up Yes
Low Battery Indicator Yes
Iconology Quick access, Icon driven feature controls
Dimensions(without bracket) 10.3" x 3.7" x 2.87" / 262 x 94 x 73 mm
Weight 3.1 lb / 1.4 kg
Warranty 3 year standard/10 year sensor
ATN Thermal Imaging Has Gone Digital! ATN is proud to introduce the newest line of ThOR Thermal Weapon Scopes . The most advanced night vision technology available is brought to you by the premier company dedicated to providing night vision systems at affordable prices. The new ThOR line is rich with features and options making it the best value of any comparable system on the market. This model is lightweight and small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, yet it’s rugged and durable. The entire system is built in the USA, utilizing Mil-Spec Lenses that make the ThOR battleworthy for most any mission, operation, or outdoor activity. Each system features a digital menu that gives you a variety of options and adjustments allowing you to customize your system. You can select a number of reticle options as well as choose a reticle color best suited for your specific application. No more black reticles on a black and white screen – ThOR features a color OLED display giving you a sharp color reticle every time. Or switch to full color mode and overlay it with either a black, red, blue, white or black reticle depending on the conditions and the environment. Ever have problems with a scope not being able to hold zero? The ThOR has no screws or springs that can create targeting errors. With all digital controls, the ThOR will NEVER allow your reticle to move off base. The new ThOR Thermal Weapon Scope provides provide amazing image quality through total darkness, fog, or smoke. Darkness, camouflage or bright lights will not affect the sensitivity of these units. All units have feature E-Zoom to expand your optical magnification. They’re Ideal for nighttime hunting, force protection, border patrol, police SWAT and special operations. And they feature a video-out connection and cable which will let you capture your nighttime operation on video. These units are priced like no other thermal devices in their class – as much as half of what you would expect to pay! No other product is comparable in value or price. The ATN ThOR functions equally well as a weapon scope or a handheld viewer. Once you experience Digital Thermal you may not want to use anything else again!
Included Accessories
  • Lens Tissue
  • Warranty card
  • Mil-Spec Hard Case
  • 3 batteries CR123A type
  • Instruction Manual
Optional Accessories
  • RCA Video Cable
  • USB Video Cable
Measurements: Meters
The Johnson Criteria assumes that the critical dimension for a human being is 0.75 meters. To get DRI, you need 1.5 pixels, 6 pixels and 12 pixels across 0.75 meters in the object pane. That means:
  • • Detection

    1.5 pixels / 0.75m = 2 pixels per meter

  • • Recognition

    6 pixels / 0.75m = 8 pixels per meter

  • • Identification

    12 pixels / 0.75m = 16 pixels per meter

Assuming that a man is 1.83m by 0.5m, the following would apply:
  • Detection 3.6 pixels by 1 pixel
    (You can see something is there)
  • Recognition 13 pixels by 5 pixels
    (You can see that a person is there)
  • Identification 28.8 pixels by 8 pixels
    (You can see that the person looks like a civil man)
Measurements: Meters
The Johnson Criteria assumes that the critical dimension for a human being is 0.75 meters. To get DRI, you need 1.5 pixels, 6 pixels and 12 pixels across 0.75 meters in the object pane. That means:
  • • Detection

    1.5 pixels / 0.75m = 2 pixels per meter

  • • Recognition

    6 pixels / 0.75m = 8 pixels per meter

  • • Identification

    12 pixels / 0.75m = 16 pixels per meter

Assuming that a vehicle is 4m by 1.5m, the following would apply:
  • Detection 3.6 pixels by 1 pixel
    (You can see something is there)
  • Recognition 13 pixels by 5 pixels
    (You can see that a person is there)
  • Identification 28.8 pixels by 8 pixels
    (You can see that the person looks like a civil man)