Review ATN Thor 640 1.5x Thermal Weapon Sight w/ 3x, 6x, 9x E-Zoom Buy Guide.

With the ATN Thor 640 - 1x640x512 Micron Thermal Weapon Sight, once you go digital, it's hard to go back to traditional. This thermal sight by ATN is lightweight and small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, yet rugged and durable. The ATN Thor 640 - 1x640x512 Digital NV Micron Thermal Weapon Sight features a digital menu that gives you a variety of options and adjustments allowing you to customize your system. You can select a number of reticle options as well as choose a reticle color best suited for your specific application. The ATN Thor 640 - 1x640x512 Digital NV Micron Thermal Weapon Scope provides amazing image quality through total darkness, fog, or smoke. Darkness, camouflage or bright lights will not affect the sensitivity and features E-Zoom to expand your optical magnification. For ideal nighttime hunting, force protection, border patrol, police SWAT and special operations, use the ATN Thor 640 - 1x640x512 Night Vision Micron Thermal Imager. It'll be a hard sell to find anything else!


RATING
94.5 /100
  • Design

    Excellent

  • Performance

    Excellent

  • Value for money

    Excellent

  • Feature

    Excellent

Specifications for ATN Thor 640 - 1x640x512 NV Digital Micron Thermal Weapon Scope:

Sensor (microbolometer): 640 x 512
Type: Uncooled
Material: Vanadium oxide (VOx)
Image Size (output resolution): 800x600
Frame rate: 30 Hz
Video output: Digital NTSC / PAL
Display: Color OLED matrix, SVGA
Thermal Sensitivity, mK:
Spectral Response, μm: 7-14
Lens: 19
Field of View (H x V), deg: 21x16
Eye Relief, mm: 28
Optical Magnification: 1.5X
E-Zoom: 3X, 6X, 9X
Diameter of exit pupil, mm: 14
Distance of the human detection, m (w/o zoom): 1100
Distance of the human recognition, m: 400
Reticle: Multiple Reticles to Choose From
Reticle Color: Red, Green, Blue, White & Black
Brightness adjustment: Manual
Sharpness adjustment: Automatic
Polarity control: White hot / Black hot / Multiple Color Modes
Start up time, sec:
Waterproof: Waterproof / Dustproof
Battery type: 3 x CR123A battery type
Battery Life, h: 8+
Weight, grams: 710
Dimensions (L x W x H),mm (without bracket): 262x94x73 mm
Mounting bracket: MIL-STD 1913 Picatinny (Quick)
Output computer set up: Yes
Video output: Yes
Low Battery Indicator: Yes
Iconology: Quick access, Icon driven feature controls
Housing: Aircraft Aluminum 6061 T6 w/ class III hard anodized coating
Objective lens: Janus, full MIL SPEC, DLC (Diamond Like Carbon) coating

Features of ATN Thor 640 - 1x640x512 Night Vision Micron Thermal Imager:

  • Compact & lightweight design
  • Digital imaging
  • Fast Imaging (30hz)
  • 800 x 600 OLE D color display
  • Rugged design with mil. spec optics
  • Menu functions include reticle type & color selection; windage & elevation adjustment
  • Digital brightness control
  • Vanadium oxide (VOx) Microbolometer Uncooled
  • Polarity single button modes: black on white, white on black, 5 different color settings
  • E-zoom
  • 5 different reticles with choice of reticle color: red, green, blue, black, or white
  • Reticle will Automatically Adjust its position when using E-Zoom
  • (Note: Most thermal scopes allow the user to use the scope for observation only, in E-Zoom due to the lack of this feature.)
  • Video output with RCA cable
  • Diopter range: +2° to -6°
  • Eye relief: 28mm
  • MIL -STD-1913 (Picatinny Rail) Quick Release Mount
  • Up to 8 hours operation with three lithium batteries
  • One-year warranty

1-ATN Thor 640 1.5x Thermal Weapon Sight w/ 3x, 6x, 9x E-Zoom
2-ATN Thor 640 1.5x Thermal Weapon Sight w/ 3x, 6x, 9x E-Zoom
3-ATN Thor 640 1.5x Thermal Weapon Sight w/ 3x, 6x, 9x E-Zoom
4-ATN Thor 640 1.5x Thermal Weapon Sight w/ 3x, 6x, 9x E-Zoom

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Lafayette - Add Reply

nothing can hide day or night!!! I've used it to detect animals at night, check for insulation gaps, and prepare for defending home(hopefully never needed). It is high priced, but very well made and does what it claims. So far no problems. I've not used it a whole bunch, but I plan to keep practicing with it if the occasion ever arrives.

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