Scout TK Pocket-Size Thermal Monocular


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You’ll “see” animals or people in even pitch darkness with the FLIR Scout TK Pocket-Size Thermal Monocular. Simple to operate and small enough to carry comfortably in a jacket pocket, the Scout TK detects the heat signatures of subjects up to 100 yards away, displays the image on a 640 x 480 LCD display, and takes video and photos that you can upload to your computer via USB. Whether you’re a law enforcement or security professional, a nighttime varmint hunter, a homeowner checking out activity in your backyard, or a nature lover observing wildlife without scaring them off, the Scout TK will reveal what would otherwise be concealed by the dark.

The monocular scans a wide 20 x 16° field of view. Choose the color palette that best displays your subject: Black Hot, White Hot, InstAlert, Rainbow, Iron, Lava, Arctic, or graded fire. The thermal sensor is a 160 x 120 Lepton Core VOx microbolometer, controlled by easy-to-reach buttons that control power, brightness, color palette, and camera operation. The built-in rechargeable battery will run for a total of up to five hours on a charge. Built sturdy for frequent use, the Scout TK is IP67-rated waterproof and submersible, and drop-tested to withstand falling 6.6′ to a hard surface.

Imaging & Optical Performance

  • 160 x 120 FLIR Lepton VOx microbolometer
  • Lens system: f/1.1 silicon doublet
  • 20×16° field of view
  • 9 Hz refresh rate

Use and Handling

  • Adjustable brightness
  • White Hot, Black Hot, InstAlert, Graded Fire, Rainbow, Iron, Lava, and Arctic video palettes
  • USB port for PC compatibility
  • Intuitive 4-button control pad
  • Rechargeable Li-ion battery provides up to five hours of runtime on a full charge

Construction Details

  • Ergonomic and compact housing
  • Wide round rubber eyecup
  • Tethered objective lens cover
  • IP67 waterproof and submersible
  • Impact resistant to 6.6′
  • Operating temperature: -4 to 104°F
  • Weight: 6 oz