Hikmicro continues the changes started many months ago and refreshes another series of its popular products, introducing hand-held thermal imaging LYNX 2.0 monoculars.
As in many other modern devices from made by this manufacturer, one of the most important improvements is the use of thermal sensors with a NETD sensitivity of <20 mK. Significant modifications have also been made to the design of the new thermal imagers. Instead of a built-in battery, they now use popular 18650 type replaceable batteries. The changes also included the type of screen used: instead of an LCOS display with a resolution of 1280x960 pixels, an OLED 1024x768 px is used.
Currently, the offer includes three variants of monoculars from the LYNX 2.0 series: LH15 2.0, LH19 2.0 and LH25 2.0. All of them use a 384x288 pixels @ 12 μm sensor, but they differ in the optics used, which affects the basic magnification, field of view and ranges of detection, recognition and identification of objects. Similarly to previous versions, the new thermal imagers are equipped with a whole range of useful functions.
The LYNX 2.0 series has already appeared in the offers of many stores, including Polish ones. At the time of premiere, buyers should expect to spend between 1200 and 1600 EUR.