Discovering the hidden world…
Take advantage of the progression of technology, and discover what has remained hidden so far to the human eyes.
With our thermal imaging devices developed for use by the nature lover, hunter, photographer and many other outdoors applications you can see beyond the visual spectrum.
You will have state of the art technology in your hand for both day and night observation, covert wildlife photography or even search and rescue operations in isolated areas and in poor weather conditions.
With our thermal imaging devices there are no limits even in the worst conditions such as fog, storm, rain or snow.
Additional illumination is not necessary with thermal technology, and the devices are completely passive.
Our product understanding began in a dynamic development process of the equipment, in which feedback was used from our customers to further refine and advance our systems.
The demand for durability, resilience, and precision is granted by using premium materials in the production process.
For PHANTOM the standard manufacturing process includes – filling with nitrogen against fogging and hard scratch resistant carbon coating for the objective lens, made from premium Germanium crystal.
All of our units have video output and a snapshot function, enabling video and image capturing.
With our modern production technologies, we are able to tune up the individual system components to each other to ensure excellent image quality and flawless system operation.
We are also offering:
– Extensive maintenance services.
– Software Update and professional telephone consultation.
Structure and Function:
A thermal imaging device consists of several components.
2 Detector (microbolometer)
3 Image processing board
Understanding the principle of thermal imaging is to understand the infrared spectrum and waves.
Every object emits infrared waves and has a certain temperature. Objects radiate different heat signatures and there are always temperature differences between objects.
These rays are transmitted through the Germanium lenses of the devices and then read electronically by the Microbolometer detector and processed into an image. Our thermal devices detect temperature differences between objects from 0.05° C.
– Observation and aiming in all weather conditions
– Increased distances of surveillance and shooting
– Improved target acquisition and reticle adjustments
– There is no limit in the frame rate, which means real time observation and sighting;