Optronics

Optronics

With our own developments we have specialized in particularly small thermal imaging devices. With the TILO-3Z+™ we currently have the smallest thermal imaging glasses in the world. But we also sell successful products from other manufacturers that convince us. So we have also restlichtverstärkende night vision devices in the offer.

NEW night vision workshop: We are happy to advise our customers personally, as we want them to receive the product that best suits their needs and to be satisfied with it for a long time. Due to the increasing demand, we have decided to hold appropriate workshops on the topics of night vision and ballistic protection. There you will be given the appropriate technical background, the most successful devices will be presented to you and if you want, we will put together a solution exactly according to your requirements. To the workshop


Workshop

Workshop

TIMRO, TILO, Mini-14...
here you can get to know and try them all before you decide to buy a high-quality and certainly not cheap night vision device. With our workshops we want to give you, our customers and our dealers the opportunity to get in touch with us even more directly. We would like to teach you the basics of the different night vision techniques and ... more.

TILO™ – smallest thermal spectacles in the world

TILO™ – smallest thermal spectacles in the world

With the TILO™ series we are the manufacturer of the smallest and lightest thermal imaging spectacles in the world. Compared to other devices, the TILO™ is at most half as long and only half as heavy as the smallest products of any of our competitors. Until now, the TILO-3™'s small size was combined with a sensor resolution of only 320×240 pixels.

TIMRO-X™ – Thermal Imaging Multi Role Optic

TIMRO-X™ – Thermal Imaging Multi Role Optic

The TIMRO-X™ is one of the smallest thermal imaging devices in the world. It can be used as a thermal imaging goggle as well as a thermal imaging aiming device on the weapon. Of course, it can also be used as a hand-held device. Due to its PAL/NTSC output it can also be used as a stationary observation device. Many SEKs in Germany and military special units worldwide take advantage of the TIMRO-X™.

TISCAM™ – Thermal Imaging Surveillance Camera

TISCAM™ – Thermal Imaging Surveillance Camera

The extremely small outdoor thermal imaging camera is particularly easy to hide due to its small size. Hardly thicker than a thumb, it delivers 320×256 pixel images of the highest quality. The standard version has a built-in socket for connecting a waterproof cable. This transmits the video data (PAL or NTSC) and supplies the device with power. In order to save weight, the TISCAM™ can also be supplied with a highly flexible special cable with open end or a plug according to customer requirements (e.g. Fischer plug connector).

ClipIR – Thermal Imaging System for night vision equipment

ClipIR – Thermal Imaging System for night vision equipment

From the residual light amplifier to the fusion device: fusion is the new standard for night operations. Certain tactical challenges can only be mastered with the combination of the two leading night vision principles, residual light amplification and thermal imaging. The expansion of the performance and functionality of already existing residual light amplifiers by the ClipIR reduces the acquisition costs of new devices to a minimum. Modern scenarios have requirements that are far above the possibilities of residual light amplifiers. Thus the use in complete darkness, smoke, fog and dense forest requires the unconditional use of thermal imaging technology.

Night Vision Devices – Image Intensifires

Night Vision Devices – Image Intensifires

We have been equipping police units with night vision technology at the highest level for years. For this we only use high quality tubes and housings. This certainly has its price, but anyone who has ever tried to save on tube selection will know what it's like to be satisfied with inferior tubes. Disturbing spots in the central area of the field of view are not acceptable for us. Especially not for special units, which still make up the majority of our clientele.