For years, Andres Industries AG has developed and produced one of the smallest thermal imaging devices in the world – the TIMRO-X™. We also equip special units worldwide with night vision and fusion thermal imaging technology. With our latest device, the extremely small (100g) TILO-3™, we are creating a completely new product category – the thermal head lamps. This device is equally suitable for public authorities as well as for private users.
TIMRO, TILO, Mini14...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.
In the past few years, we have already been able to present the smallest thermal imaging device in the world. With the innovative TILO-3™ (Thermal Imaging Light Optic), we have not only developed the smallest thermal imagers in the world with a length of 4cm, but also created the completely new product group of thermal headlights by combining them with a forehead lamp. It is therefore a thermal imager that has all the functions of a tactical helmet/headlight.
The TIMRO-X™ is one of the smallest thermal imaging devices at all. It can be used both as a thermal imaging device and as a thermal imaging target / attachment on the weapon. Of course, the application as a hand-held device is also possible. With its PAL / NTSC output, it can also be used as a stationary observation device. Many SEKs in Germany and military special units worldwide rely on the advantages of TIMRO-X™.
The extremely small outdoor thermal imaging camera is particularly easy to conceal for its small size. Barely thicker than a thumb, it delivers images of the highest quality of 320×256 pixels. The standard version has a built-in socket for the connection of a waterproof cable. This cable transmits the video data (PAL or NTSC) and supplies power to the unit.
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.
For years we have been equipping police units with night vision technology at the highest level. We only use high-quality tubes and housings for this purpose. This certainly comes at a price, but anyone who has ever tried to save on tube selection will know what it is like to be satisfied with inferior tubes. Interfering spots in the central area of the field of vision are not acceptable to us. Especially not for special forces, which still make up the majority of our clientele.