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Pharos 3

Thermal goggle

Pharos 3

Thermal goggle


Pharos 3

Thermal goggle

- Super thin and small
- Easy installation on helmet
- 50HZ refresh rate
- 12um technology
- Military standard
- IP67 protection level

Product Description

Phoros-3 spots the heat of suspects and objects in total darkness, specially designed for the rigors of law enforcement. Combined with a sensor resolution of 384×288 pixels, It has a particularly high thermal resolution of <40mK and thus delivers even in poor environmental conditions still high-contrast images.
Multifunctional and flexible in use. Hand-held or helmet-mounted device for easy detection and identification. Additionally, due to the nature of thermal imaging, it allows you to see through smoke, fog, and light foliage.

Product Detail

  • Resolution
  • Pixel size
    12 μm
  • Objective lens
  • Display type
  • Display resolution
  • Magnification
  • Optical magnification
  • FOV
    27° x20°
  • Detection range
  • Recognition range
  • Identification rang
  • Operation time
    2 hours
  • Battery type
  • Function
    Gain adjustment, polarity conversion, video output, external power supply
  • Indicator light
    Led light, infrared supplementary light, SOS light
  • Operation temperature
  • Storage temperature
  • Degree of protection
  • Dimension
  • Weight without batteries
    175g (aluminum alloy) /110g(magnesium alloy)

Pharos 3

IP67 Protect level

The Pharos 3 can be operated in precipitation of any intensity, e. g. Heavy shower or snowfall, even underwater.

Palette C1-C3

The Pharos 3 offers multiple palettes for different personal preferences, environments, and situations.

Super thin and small

The Pharos 3 can be concealed in a pocket or mounted to a helmet, while adding minimal weight to officers' heavy gear. 

Excellent image clarity

Based on the 320x240 12 μm technology, the Pharos 3 creates excellent image clarity and provide better detection and classification, day or night.

Easy to use

The Pharos 3 can be attached to both the helmet and the headband. So both hands are always free. Its performance is in no way inferior to that of larger hand-held systems.