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AGM Global Vision Asp-Micro TM160 Short Range Thermal Imaging Monocular, Black hot, White hot, red hot, Fusion (6.3 × 2.4 × 2.2)
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|Model Name||Asp-Micro TM160|
|Power Source||Battery Powered|
|Item Weight||0.6 Pounds|
|Number of Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
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- 160×120 high sensitivity detector
- Adaptive AGC, DDE, 3D DNR
- 720×540 resolution LCOS display
- Built-in rechargeable Lithium battery
- More than 7 hours continuous running (with Wi-Fi hotspot function off)
- Wi-Fi hotspot
- Type-C interface
- Included components: USB Cable
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The Asp-Micro handheld observational thermal monocular is equipped with a 160×120 infrared detector and a 720×540 LCOS display. It supports functions of observation, highest temperature target tracking, distance measurement, Wi-Fi hotspot, and so on. The high-sensitivity built-in thermal detector provides you with clear view even in total darkness. The monocular is mainly applied to scenarios such as patrolling, law enforcement, searching and rescuing, drug enforcement, antismuggling, criminal seizing, hiking, travel, and hunting, etc.
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I am very pleased with this product and would recommend it in many scenarios. It is not something that will give your great detail in summer heat at 100 yards.
Under 50 yards you get great detail. 50 to 125 yards you get some detail depending on the ambient temperate. Over 125 yards detail is minimal however I’ve had some heat signature from a deer show slightly over 125 yards. It was not recognizable but you could tell something was out there and something was moving (I confirmed deer with a 10x binocular).
The actual thing can show some variations in temp over 200 to 400 yards but this was a difference between trees and a field. I’m not sure if an animal would be detected that far out.
As of now, Ive used this in 75 to 85 degree temperatures. Over 90 I’ve found it to be almost useless. I assume the colder it is, the better it works and I look forward to testing more as we approach fall.
By Ed Bilby on March 5, 2021
By TMushrooms on April 6, 2021