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ATN TICO-Series are thermal clip-ons that turn a daytime scope into a thermal imaging device in a matter of seconds.

ATN TICO-640 Thermal Imaging Clip-on scope

ATN TICO-640 Thermal Imaging Clip-on scope

American Technologies Network

American Technologies Network

South San Francisco, CA – American Technologies Network Corp. (ATN), makers of military, law enforcement, security and outdoor night vision and thermal applications, have developed the latest advancement in thermal imaging technology with the ATN TICO-series of thermal clip-ons.

The TICO-Series mounts in front of a day-time scope and enables thermal vision in day or nighttime operations.

There is no shift of impact, no need to re-zero or change of eye relief. Every individual ATN TICO-Series is tested and aligned to the highest tolerances for perfect alignment every time it’s attached.

The ATN-TICO Series are lightweight and will not affect the balance of the firearm. It is built rugged to withstand a variety of severe operating conditions. The housing is made from aircraft grade aluminum 6061 T6 with a hard-anodized coating to prevent corrosion and abrasion. A quick-release MIL-STD 1913 Picatinny mount allows for immediate attachment and detachment. The display is a color OLED matrix and has video output capabilities. The objective lens is a 50mm with full MIL-SPEC and DLC coating to prevent scratches and dust.

The ATN TICO-Series is available in two models; the TICO-336 with a 336 x 256 microbolometer sensor and a frame rate of 30 or 60 Hz, and the TICO-640 with a 640 x 480 sensor and 30 Hz frame rate. MSRP is $6,195.00.

For more information on American Technologies Network Corp, visit www.atncorp.com. Visit ATN on Facebook to stay up to date on new products, images and promotions. Staying informed on all of ATN’s latest products, newsletter and free webinars are as easy as signing up on the private ATN email list.

  • 3 User comments to “ATN Intros Next Evolution in Thermal Imaging Technology with the TICO-Series”

    1. robertsgt40 on October 8, 2013 at 10:21 AM said:

      I’ll take three. What a bargain. Cough cough

    2. This is a great product should be based on how ATN revolutionize thermal imaging industry and make it available for regular consumers. Yesterday I saw a video about this clip-on scope it looks like i’ll be able to attach it to my trijicon ta01 and use within the night. I’m very excited about that. I’m going to pre-order it from http://www.techeyes,com they are giving me decent discount so can’t wait to play with my new toy

    3. Not even close to affordable for the average working man!
      I would love to have one to coyote hunt with, but I will just keep dreaming.

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