The Hikmicro THUNDER Pro TE19C thermal imaging attachment is a lightweight, compact attachment that is easy to mount on your optics using a separately available adapter. The accumulated experiences of the manufacturer flow into this device and ensure a great result. The thermal imaging attachment has a built-in 3D DNR-VOx sensor that creates a high-contrast, high-resolution image. With a color palette of four display variants, the WBK can be individually adjusted to all circumstances or users. The resolution of the microbolometer is 256x192 pixels with 12µm and a sensitivity of <35mk, which also makes small temperature differences visible. The 19 mm objective lens opens up a large field of view (100 m/16.2 m), which is particularly helpful when hunting at night. The detection range of the device is 890m, it can be addressed at a distance of approx. 160m. Thus, the device is suitable for forest and field hunting. A high-quality OLED display with a resolution of 1024x768 pixels turns night into day. As an attachment, a range of up to 110 m is realistic. The device has a USB-C connection and can also be operated via a power bank. The weight is 419 g and can be mounted on the rifle without any major weight change.
- Warmth = black - suitable for precise addressing
- Warmth = white - best suited for precise addressing
- Warmth = red – to quickly discover the warmest sources
- Warmth = rainbow colors – for close-range detection
With only 419 g the Hikmicro THUNDER Pro TE19C does not weigh much. With the overall package of resolution and a fairly attractive price, the device offers new opportunities for beginners. The device convinces with a compact and powerful 256x192 pixel sensor and a manually focusable 19mm lens. With the help of intelligent image algorithms and a sensitivity of only 35 mK, this thermal imaging device enables a great range of 0-150 m. Using the attachment mode is realistic up to 90 m.
The TE19C can be easily mounted (put on) on your own standard day optics using a separate adapter and allows you to have a constant viewing and shooting position.