New Mini Thermal Imager from Torrey Pines Logic

Small Enough for a Pistol with all the Features of Larger More Expensive Imagers

New Mini Thermal Imager from Torrey Pines Logic
New Mini Thermal Imager from Torrey Pines Logic
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San Diego, CA -(Ammoland.com)- Utilizing a FLIR core, Torrey Pines Logic has developed an affordable thermal imager that is no larger than a mini red dot sight.

The T10 goes beyond weapons applications as it is both a commercial infrared camera as well as a “thermal red dot sight” – equally useful in both applications/situations during all lighting conditions, including total darkness. There are three models available: two consumer models for residential/hunting/outdoor and a ruggedized military/law enforcement model.

The T10 mini-thermal imagers models T10-S (50° FOV, 9-Hz video), T10-N (25° FOV, 9-Hz video) and T10-M (50° FOV, 30-Hz video) offer a robust feature set commonly found in more expensive devices. All models offer on-board image processing, manual and automatic NUC (Non-Uniformity Correction) capability, temperature read-out, battery read-out and protection, auto power-save and flexible mounting options: Picatinny rail/wrist strap/user-handle mount and more.

The 9-Hz units are ideal for hunters and commercial uses and are export ready and the 30-Hz units support more sophisticated domestic user needs. For law enforcement and military, the wide angle units augment agency capabilities conducting search operations The standard models (T10-S and T10-N) and military model (T10-M) differ in a number of ways: The military model refreshes at 30 Hz, versus 9 Hz for the standard models, has a protective shroud and utilizes a quick detach mounting system. The T10-S and T10- N weigh 50 grams without a battery, with the more rugged T10-M weighing 109 grams.

The weapon mountable T10-M is durable enough to handle high recoil firearms such as a shotgun firing high powered slugs. All models utilize a single transverse mounted CR123 battery with 8+ hours expected life. The T10 meets IP67 waterproofing standards, which is 1 meter for 30 minutes.

The range of the thermal display is excellent considering its small form factor. All models have multiple display modes: white hot, black hot, NV green and color. The field-of-view for the T10-N is 25° while the T10-S and T10-M sport a 50° viewing angle.

All three models of the Torrey Pines Logic T10 are available, with the standard model T10-S at $499, the T10-N costing $599 and the ruggedized military model T10-M priced at $699.

About Torrey Pines Logic

Torrey Pines Logic provides custom solutions expertise in the areas of optical devices, sensors, image processing, analysis and optical communications. Through its LightSpeed technology, Optical Detection systems and TPS image processing system, it has gained recognition in the military and security communities and has built/delivered custom solutions to government and commercial customers. New products lines include providing unique optical adapters for GoPro cameras and thermal scopes.

For more information on Torrey Pines Logic’s products, call 858.755.4549 or visit www.TPLogic.com and our social media sites and YouTube channel.

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pete
pete
5 years ago

looking for a good 50yd to 75yd optic with a good sharp image that i can get a crosshair on a pig or beaver without having to hurry a shot. Using a good green light with red crosshair optics on m 4-5.56., 300aac.and or 7.62-39 ar,. problem is when pigs get wiley and conditions real poor, having to rush causing poor trigger time would like a suggestion on what model to follow up on. would like to match up with a can for the 300

Rober Logan
Rober Logan
5 years ago

Is this a stand alone unit for hunting, say for Hogs. or is anything else needed?

Charlie
Charlie
6 years ago

Got one on my marlin 45-70,hogs&bears,and two legged monsters don’t stand a chance in the pitch black night,anymore!

BOB ANDERSON
BOB ANDERSON
6 years ago

it is affordable if you compare it to a normal thermal light at over 3 thousand dollars.

of course it is not affordable to put on a 200 dollar rifle, but then again just use a $.99 flashlight from harbor freight to see in the dark

Secundius
Secundius
6 years ago

Someone said “Affordable”. At what point does that apply…

Vanns40
Vanns40
6 years ago
Reply to  Secundius

At the point where you win the lottery.

dagogo
dagogo
6 years ago
Reply to  Vanns40

No, sorry – not when you win the lottery. Such things will become affordable when you quit spending money on junk food, substances – legal or otherwise, lotteries, and other stuff you don’t really need, and/or you get your act together enough to get a better paying job, or increase your worth to your fellow humans by acquiring a skill set people are willing to pay you for and start your own business. And when you quit wasting your time on the internet posting snarky comments about great products, then you’ll have time to do the above. I hope you… Read more »