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Scout Thermal Camera – 600 yards – 384×288 13mm lens

$2,899.00

3 in stock (can be backordered)

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Description

OkieHunts tested and approved. This is a great tool for finding anything hotter than the outside temperature. I would say this is an alert tool most outdoorsmen or cattle ranchers cant or shouldn’t live without. It mounts magnetically and will pan left to right and up or down. Installation takes 5 minutes and no cell service is required to operate the system. It has proven to be invaluable for:

  • Seeing what is in the field before you pull in and ruin your hunt.
  • Driving slowly in a field to get to your stand with zero lights on.
  • Varmint or predator use
  • Surveying new properties or getting counts.
  • Finding lost animals or people
  • Road safety, allows you to see what your headlights dont.
  • Video of scout at 65mph

Advertised effective range is about 600 yards. I was identifying at about 200 and then pulling out my boom stick to identify at further distances than the Scout had alerted me to. I was using this in 90 degree weather with 94% humidity (not ideal at all) and found it to be extremely useful to alert me of the presence of an animal. I have a handheld from a well known brand and by far prefer this.

Windows up, AC on, in the comfort of a climate controlled cab. I had it wirelessly connected to an ipad and had an ipad mount for my truck and ranger. I also was able to share the IP with buddies so they could watch on their device. The wireless remote and camera have worked without a flaw on 12 outings so far.

S P E C I F I C A T I O N S


– Dimensions: 7 1/4″x6 3/8″x 6 3/4″
– Weight: 5.5 lbs
– Operating Temperature Range: -40°F to +140°F
– Sealed Design: IP69
– Sensor Type: 384 x 288 Uncooled Micro-bolometer
– Field of View: 28° (H)
– FPS: 25hz
– Power Consumption: 3W
– Power Requirements: 12-16 VDC

Warranty is 36 months

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A P P L I C A T I O N S

Animal/pedestrian detection, hunting, search + rescue, firefighting, law enforcement, security, transport and construction, outdoor recreation, etc.

 

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