ATN ThermoSight T50 320×240

American Technologies Network’s ThermoSight T50 is a mission flexible thermal…

American Technologies Network’s ThermoSight T50 is a mission flexible thermal sight that can be utilized as a weapon sight or a hand-held rugged imager for scouting, surveillance or covert operations.

The ThermoSight T50 is compatible with standard day optics such as the Trijicon Advanced Combat Optical Gunsight (ACOG) Model TA31, 4×32 that maintains the boresight even through extensive rounds of firing, field of view and keeps the reticle calibrated. The longwave thermal imaging sensor provides crisp imagery through fog, smoke, dust to total darkness. The operator friendly sight is lightweight and portable and operates with single button controls for basic image adjustment. A rubber shroud ensures complete obscurity for covert operations by eliminating illumination of the operator from the viewfinder.

The ThermoSight T50 runs on 3 CR123 batteries for 9 hours continuously. ATN’s new ThermoSight T50 320×240 Weapon Sight is another exceptional tool aiding our law enforcement officers and military personnel in turning the night into the day.

ATN ThermoSight T50 320×240 Thermal Weapon Sight:


Sensor type 320 x 240 VOx microbolometer
Field of view 9.33° (h) x 7° (v)
Spectral band 7.5-13.5 μm
Automatic features Contrast, brightness, STACETM (digital image enhancement)

Silent operation Inaudible beyond 1 m
Boresight adjustment Holds boresight through extensive rounds of firing

Video Built in Display VGA monochrome and RS-170 output

Power requirements 3 CR123 batteries
Battery life approximately 9 hours continuous use

IP rating – IP 68
Operating temp -40°C to +75°C (-40°F to +131°F)
Storage temp -50°C to +85°C (-58°F to +149°F)

Dimensions (lens covers off) 5.3” L x 3.5” W x 4.0” H
Weight 24 oz with batteries, lens covers and rail mount
Mounting Picatinny Rail mount

Command and Control Auto/manual gain/level, polarity, manual NUC, 2x, 4x digital zoom

Laser Pointer 30 mW @ 850 nm and safety mode of 0.5 mW
Batteries 3 each, CR123, fit into plastic sleeve for quick removal and replacement
MSRP $9,956.00

Load Comments
  • Awlhattin O’Kaddle

    All it takes is for your buddy to swing his flashlight over you ( and your nightvision scope ) and it is toasted. Not to worry. You can send it in and get your ‘microbolometer’ replaced, for only about $3k. lolol

  • Armored

    From what I recall, ATN is the laughing stock of the nightvision world. How they make infrared or for that matter, how to shop for infrared is something I know not.

  • holy balls, $10k!?!?