The N-Vision Optics HALO-LR Thermal Scope comes equipped with state of the art 12 micron 640 x 480 thermal sensors offering outstanding image clarity and extended detection ranges. Built with a rugged composite housing and high end anti-reflective (AR) coated, high speed germanium optics, HALO-LR Thermal Scope is the ultimate solution for the serious hunter, operator, or shooting enthusiast.
HALO-LR Thermal Scope features long lasting battery life, a waterproof housing, 60Hz refresh rate, digital zoom, and most impressively, unique Region of Interest (ROI) Optimization that enhances image clarity at your point of aim. Unlike comparable thermal scopes, HALO Thermal Scope allows the user to pre-set the desired size of interest in ¼, ½, or full screen modes. Additionally, HALO-LR Thermal Scope supports four unique reticles allowing shooters to customize their shoot by saving multiple reticle options and zeroes. HALO-LR Thermal Scope also provides four advanced polarity modes: white hot, black hot, black edge detect, and white edge detect.
HALO-LR is built with a 50mm F1.2 objective lens offering thermal detection ranges (man sized target) of over a mile. Weighing just 800 g, HALO-LR offers unparalleled detection, recognition, and identification ranges for the long distance shooter.
Rechargeable 18650 Batteries
HALO-XRF operates on two rechargeable 18650 batteries, providing up to 7 hours of run time (at room temperature).
Region of Interest Optimization
Enhances image clarity at your point of aim.
4 Advanced Polarity Modes
white hot, black hot, black edge detect, and white edge detect
BAE 640 x 480, 12 um, 60 Hz Thermal Imaging Core
50 mm F1.1 Germanium objective lens
(4) CR123 Batteries
Protection Grade: IP67
Sensor Pixel Pitch: 12 um
Resolution: 640 x 480
Refresh Rate: 60 Hz
Lens: 50mm F1.1
Digital Zoom: 1x/2x/4x
Display Type: OLED
Calibration (NUC) Manual: Manual
Detection range: 2020 yards
Recognition range: 726 yards
Identification range: 380 yards
Weight: 49 oz
Size: 8.9 × 3.7 ×3.4 inches
U.S. Government Export Restriction