ATN’s New OTS-X Series of Thermal Imaging Viewers for Sportsmen

The most affordable handheld thermal viewer manufactured by ATN is available in 4 resolutions. Visit the ATN Booth #14973 at the 2013 SHOT Show

ATN OTS-X Handheld Thermal Imaging Viewer
ATN OTS-X Handheld Thermal Imaging Viewer
American Technologies Network
American Technologies Network

South San Francisco, CA --(Ammoland.com)- American Technologies Network Corp., makers of military, law enforcement, security and outdoor night vision and thermal applications, have built upon the success of the OTS thermal imager system with the new, affordable, ATN OTS-X handheld thermal imaging viewer.

OTS-X Hand held Available in either 320×240 or 640×480 resolutions, the OTS-X has the option of 4 different interchangeable lens types to choose from, making it the most versatile viewer on the market. Fully digital, the OTS-X features a variable geometry display, a digital brightness control, color modes that include black on white, white on black and 5 other color settings; all accessible by an easy-to-use icon-based menu system.

The ergonomically designed OTS-X system is compact and lightweight, making it an excellent accessory for a sportsman’s pack or kept in a law officer’s patrol car. The viewer also features a 800×600 display with a latest VOx Vanadium Oxide Detector.

The new ATN OTS-X series of thermal imaging viewers is made in the USA and pricing starts at $3995.00 MSRP.

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About American Technologies Network, Corp.:
Headquartered in South San Francisco, California, ATN is a leading manufacturer of precision optics that includes night vision, daytime scopes, thermal imaging and binoculars. With over 100 models and over 15 years’ experience in producing precision optics, ATN offers the world’s largest selection from 1st Generation to 4th Generation. www.atncorp.com

  • 2 thoughts on “ATN’s New OTS-X Series of Thermal Imaging Viewers for Sportsmen

    1. I saw this thermal imager on techeyes.com for $3k. For thermal systems it’s not expensive at all. however if you want get 640xx480 version it will be around $5K. I think I get one for next season

    2. Yeah this unit is sick. I bought one last week from techeyes.com for $3.5k it’s super small and light thermal monocular. quality is also better than previous version however price is 1.5 times lower. I ATN done good job. I plan to buy ODIN next month so i’ll more than happy to read some articles ;) before. thanks buy

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