FLIR Scout TKx Thermal Imaging Monocular Camera

  • REVEALS YOUR SURROUNDINGS

    See people, objects, and animals in the dark from more than 90 m (100 yds) away.

  • RELIABLE AND VERSATILE

    Use the Scout TKx for many outdoor applications including observing wildlife, home security, search and rescue, and public safety.

  • EASY TO USE

    Designed for single-handed operation, the Scout TKx features a simple four-button design and intuitive interface.

Description

FLIR Scout TKx Pocket-Sized Thermal Monocular Camera

The FLIR Scout TKx is the latest pocket sized thermal vision monocular. This camera is the perfect companion, whether in the countryside or on your own property.

The TKx is a versatile thermal imager to help you clearly see people, objects, and animals in total darkness more than 90 meters away. Survey large areas and see heat signatures in low-light conditions or outside at night.

The TKx records thermal images or video in multiple color palettes that can enhance viewing. Also included is InstAlert, a greyscale palette that adds colour to highlight the hottest object in the scene.

STAY AWARE, STAY SAFE

Use for personal home security at night:

  • Keep an eye on your property 24/7
  • Search for missing pets, check for predators
  • Scan paths, parking spots, and public parks in the dark
  • Share thermal video and still images with others

 

EXPLORE LIKE NEVER BEFORE

  • Find wildlife, stay aware in the dark:
  • Clearly view people and animals up to 90m away
  • Lightweight 170g, rugged design withstands bumps and splashes
  • Records up to 1000 still images and 4 hours of video to internal memory

 

GRAB AND GO SIMPLICITY

  • Starts up in seconds, no training required:
  • Single-handed operation
  • Simple four-button design and intuitive interface
  • Extended 8-hour battery life
  • Multiple video color palettes to enhance view

 

FLIR Scout TKx Technical Specifications

OVERVIEW
Drop Test Rating2 m
Operating Temperature-20°C to 40°C (-4°F to 104°F)
Battery Life (Operating)7 Hours
Detect Man (1.8m x 0.5m)91 m
Field of view (FOV)20° × 16°
SENSOR & OPTICAL
Detector Type160 × 120 VOx Microbolometer
Field of view (FOV)20° × 16°
Image ProcessingFLIR Proprietary Digital Detail Enhancement™
ENVIRONMENTAL & APPROVALS
Drop Test Rating2 m
Operating Temperature-20°C to 40°C (-4°F to 104°F)
RatingIP-67, Submersible
Storage Temperature-40°C to 60°C (-40°F to 140°F)
POWER
Battery Life (Operating)7 Hours
Battery TypeInternal Li-Ion Cell
Start Up Time<5 seconds
FILE STORAGE & COMMUNICATION
Image DownloadUSB-C
UI-UX
Brightness ButtonBrightness (toggle up<>down)
Built-in Display640 × 480 LCD Display
Image CaptureShort press for Image capture, long press for Video capture
On-Screen SymbologyStandard
Palette ButtonShort press to toggle thru LUT's
Power ButtonOn / Off
Splash ScreenGeneric
Video Refresh Rate<9 Hz
SYSTEM OVERVIEW
Color PalettesBlack Hot / White Hot / InstAlert™ / Rainbow / Iron / Lava / Color Wheel/ Graded Fire 1&2
Package IncludesHandheld Thermal Camera,Neck Lanyard, USB-C Cable, Lens Cap
ShutterYes
Size (L x W x H)101 × 38 × 38 mm (4.0 × 1.5 × 1.5 in)
Warranty2 years standard, 3 years with product registration
Waveband7.5–13.5 µm
Weight [incl lens]170 g (6 oz)

 

FLIR Scout TKx Fact Sheet

FLIR Scout TKx Thermal Monocular Camera Fact Sheet

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