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#6170931 - 02/05/16 02:31 PM FLIR Scout II 320 Thermal Handheld - $2300 BO
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Registered: 02/02/15
Posts: 79
Loc: San Diego to Caddo Mills


Got it for Christmas so I wouldnt have to scan with my rifle all of the time. It is about a month old. This is NOT the $1999 FLIR Scout II 240 model with a 17mm lens and 1x zoom. This on is 2x zoom and has a larger 19mm lens.

FLIR honors the warranty for 2 years regardless of the owner. Comes with all of the original packaging and box and manuals.

I can meet you anywhere between Greenville and Plano. No trades. $2300 or best offer

Here are the factory specs:
Manufacturer: FLIR
Dimensions: 6.70″(L) x 2.31″(W) x 2.44″(H)
Weight: 12 oz.
Finish: Olive Green, Corrosion Resistant
Power: Internal Battery/Li-Ion
Battery Life: Approx. 5+ Hours
Battery Recharging: USB Cable for Internal Battery, AC Adapter, Optional Charging Cradle
Warranty: 2 Year Warranty
Sensor: Vanadium Oxide, Uncooled Microbolometer, 17u Tau II
Detector: 336 x 256
Start-Up: <1.5 Seconds
FOV: 17° x 13°
Focal Length: 19mm Fixed Focus
Zoom: 2x Electronic Zoom
Display: 640 x 480 LCD
Polarity: White Hot, Black Hot, InstAlert
Spectral: 7.5 -- 13.5 &#956;m
Frame Rate: 9 Hz Refresh Rate
Video Output: NTSC Composite Video
Detect Man: Approx. 550 yards
Operating Temp: -4°F to 122°F
Rating: IP-67 (submersible)


Edited by fill (02/11/16 12:34 PM)
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#6181859 - 02/13/16 12:05 PM Re: FLIR Scout II 320 Thermal Handheld [Re: fill]
fill Offline
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Registered: 02/02/15
Posts: 79
Loc: San Diego to Caddo Mills
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