FLIR HS-324 Patrol Thermal Viewer
• 320 X 240 Resolution
• RCA Video Output
• Rechargeable Batteries
The FLIR H-Series Patrol Thermal Viewer is an affordable, high-performance personal thermal night vision camera designed for Law Enforcement. Now available with four times the resolution of other systems and at a price affordable for all agencies, the H-Series is small, lightweight, and easy to use, providing unmatched image quality while enabling officers to see clearly in total darkness without giving away their position.
• See suspects in total darkness. H-Series provides a 320 × 240 resolution VOx microbolometer for half the cost of comparable cameras, giving officers excellent, high-fidelity thermal imagery that provides the detail necessary for cutting edge performance and improved detection and recognition ranges in total darkness, as well as through smoke, dust, and light fog.
• See better through camouflage and foliage in any lighting conditions. Because H-Series cameras see heat, not light, they’re not fooled by suspects wearing dark clothes and hiding in bushes. Crooks can’t hide their heat, so they can’t hide from the H-Series.
• See more – and see farther – than with other night vision technologies. Because H-Series thermal cameras see clearly without any light whatsoever, they can see farther at night than technologies that need ambient light to work and they can see heat sources that these other cameras could never find.
Warranty: Purchasing this product entitles you to a 1 Year Limited Warranty from the original date of purchase. At our discretion your equipment can be repaired or replaced with new or refurbished product or parts, if any product or parts are determined to be defective due to materials or workmanship. Shipping & handling is not included in this warranty.
Export: The Export of this product without proper licensing is strictly prohibited and falls under ITAR per title 22, CFR, parts 120-130. Please contact US Night Vision Export Dept. to receive further information on how to obtain proper licensing from the U.S. Department of State.