GSCI is introducing their new cost-effective thermal series – TI-GEAR – to the European Market.
“It was a challenge to align the high overall technical standards of GSCI with the new more budget-friendly and lightweight direction we were taking with these TI-GEAR systems, but the end result is something I’m truly proud of” says David A., hardware engineer at GSCI. “Every end-user that knows the reputation, craftsmanship and reliability of our brand will understandably have the same high expectations for these new systems, and our whole team worked tirelessly to prove them right. I’m beyond excited to show them off.”
The TI-GEAR series features three distinct compact models to handle any operation: 1) The TI-GEAR-M tactical, pocket-sized monocular which is perfectly versatile for surveillance in hand-held, head-mounted or tripod-mounted applications. 2) The TI-GEAR-S thermal weapon sight that comes in a variety of lens options, specializing in medium to long range observation and engagement. 3) The TI-GEAR-C clip-on sight that’s used in tandem with your existing daytime scope, and can be mounted either directly onto the daytime scope, or simply rail-mounted in front.
KEY SPECS AND FEATURES INCLUDE:
- The highest available FPA Resolution of 640x480
- Auto-NUC for uninterrupted, quiet operation (no clicks/sounds, no calibration needed)
- Fast, high performance Germanium lens with the lowest F-number for a sharp, clear image
- Full-sized 0.6 inch AMOLED display which results in no optical image distortion or blurring
- High Refresh Rate of 50Hz for a constantly smooth live video feed
- Light yet Durable Hard-Anodized Aluminum Housing
- Waterproof, Dust proof, and Corrosion Proof
- Built-in Laser pointer of 665nm or 850nm
- Built-in video recorder, expandable to 32 GB
- Short start up time of up to 3 seconds
- Fully Non-ITAR, for simple and efficient export and after-sale services
- Longest in the industry, 7 year limited warranty
- Compact and lightweight, pocket sized and starting at 365 grams
- Fully Mil. Std. compliant
These Canadian-made systems are currently available to be exported worldwide. For more details, email firstname.lastname@example.org, call +1 905-850-0990 or visit GSCI at EnforceTac booth 12-412, or IWA booth 9-218.
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