Thermal Eye X200xp

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The Thermal-Eye X200xp 9Hz Thermal Monocular from Armasight is a handheld imager
featuring weather-resistant construction, a user-friendly interface and compact form factor. By
detecting temperature differences within the field of view, the Thermal-Eye is capable of
seeing through fog, rain, and smoke—day or night—to reveal objects unseen by other night
vision devices. This configuration of the X200xp has a 160×120 microbolometer with a 9Hz
refresh rate. The intuitive one-button interface and rubberized gripping ridges make the
Thermal-Eye ideal for easy handling and quick observations.

A video out port, 12V DC external power input, and tripod mounting socket equip this imager
for long-duration observations like surveillance and evidence collection. A water-sealed
housing and impressive cold tolerance make the Thermal-Eye ready to withstand heavy
rainfall and freezing temperatures. The water-sealed housing has impressive cold tolerance
and is also buoyant, making the Thermal-Eye a noteworthy option for maritime observations
as well.


Imaging Performance

  • 320×240 microbolometer
  • 7-14μm spectral response
  • <50mK sensitivity
  • 9Hz refresh rate
  • White Hot polarity setting
  • Automatic brightness and contrast adjustment
  • Lens focal length: 25mm
  • Angle of view: 11×8°
  • 2″ eye relief
  • Minimum focus distance: 4 ft

Use and Handling

  • One-button interface
  • PAL video output
  • 320×240 LCD viewfinder
  • In-view battery indicator
  • Power supply: (2) AA batteries or 12V DC
  • 1/4″-20 tripod mounting socket

Construction Details

  • Buoyant housing
  • Rubber armoring and gripping ridges
  • Waterproof depth: 10 ft
  • Impact resistance: 6 ft
  • Operating temperature: -4 to 140°F
  • Weight with batteries: 13 oz

Array Configuration 160 x 120 microbolometer
Spectral Response 7 – 14 μm
Sensitivity <50 mK
Refresh Rate 9 Hz
Angle of View 11 x 8°
Lens System 25 mm
Eye Relief 2″ (5 cm)
Minimum Focus Distance 3.3 ft (1 m)
Video Output Format PAL
Power Source (2) AA batteries; or 12V DC external
Runtime Up to 2 hours of continuous operation on alkaline batteries
Start-Up Time approximately 4 seconds
Shock Resistance 6 ft (2 m)