10 Hour Battery Multi-Sensor Thermal Binoculars

When looking into the immersive dual eye OLED display of the arrow, you are guaranteed to enjoy high grade image quality even when viewing for long periods of time, specialty optical coatings relieve eye strain. There simply isn’t a better LWIR(Long Wavelength InfraRed) maintenance free multi sensor thermal binocular choice anywhere.





Resolution: 640 × 512 / HD EO / LRF
Lens: Effective 135 mm / custom optics available

The system integrates an ultra-sensitive thermal imaging detector with various lens options, a zoomable CCTV low-light CMOS camera, GPS, a Laser Range Finder (LRF), image stabilization features, 3G-enabled pan-tilt remote sensing capabilities, a Digital Magnetic Compass (DMC), an IR laser pointer, and image storage. All these components are housed within a rugged chassis that meets MIL-STD 810F standards, ensuring IP67 sealing. Users can experience a clear and vibrant dual-eye binocular view thanks to the system’s OLED micro displays.


Packing Box
Advanced SPI Arrow LRF long range day/night vision Thermal imaging flir binoculrs with all accessories
Wrist Strap
Neck Lanyard
Lens Tissue
Operators Manual
Soft Carrying Case

Dual-Function Binoculars or Standalone PTZ Camera

The Arrow Multi-Spectral/Multi-Sensor Thermal Binocular can be controlled remotely through wired, wireless, and 3G connections, offering PTZ capabilities.


Superior image quality and sensor sensitivity for rough environment. Locate point of interest with LRF in the 2 km range and acquire its coordinates, azimuth and elevation. Locate point of interest with LRF in the 2 km range and acquire its coordinates, azimuth and elevation. Endurance of equipment provides successful mission. Available in Olive green, Desert sand or Navy gray. Quick transformation into wireless (WIFI, 4G) remote control stationary system with tripod and remote control unit.

The Arrow ISR EOIR long-range infrared thermal binoculars function as a multi-sensor FLIR geo-imaging system. They are equipped with a Laser Range Finder (LRF), GPS, compass, laser pointer, and recording capabilities. Additionally, they feature a zoomable CCTV EO low-light camera channel. Optional features include Wi-Fi/4G remote control and PTZ C2 functionalities.

New high resolution, 640 x 480 LWIR Microbolometer, Extra High Sensitivity 40 mk
Integrated Laser Range Finder (LRF), Digital compass and GPS
Laser pointer
Designed for rough environment MIL-STD-810, IP67
Convenient case color
Remote control, motorized tripod
Thermal binoculars with multi-sensor

Specifications Of The Arrow Advanced Long Range Thermal Binoculars System/PTZ

Thermal Binocular specifications brochure
Color thermal image of deer in a field

What are Long Range Thermal Imaging Binoculars?

Military thermal binoculars are specialized devices that enable users to see in complete darkness by utilizing optics with infrared radiation.

History of Thermal Imaging

  • Discovery of Infrared Radiation: The existence of infrared radiation became known in 1800, thanks to the pivotal work of astronomer Sir William Herschel.
  • Early Applications: Initially, infrared light was predominantly used for temperature measurement, leading to the creation of detectors and sensors for bolometers and thermometers.
  • Innovations by Leopoldo Nobili: By applying the Seebeck effect in 1829, Nobili introduced the world to the first thermocouple, which was a refined thermometer and the precursor to the thermopile.
  • Advancements Post WWI: After World War I, there were numerous discoveries benefiting civilians where long-range thermal imaging technology was successfully utilized.

Milestones in Military Thermal Imaging

  • First Military Use: In 1929, Britain introduced the first military thermal binocular camera for air defense, an invention of Hungarian physicist Kálmán Tihanyi.
  • US Developments: In 1947, Texas Instruments, in collaboration with the US military, developed the line scanner. However, its drawback was the one-hour image rendering time.
  • British Defense Innovations: During the 1950s, Britain developed a linescan unit known as “Yellow Duckling”, designed to detect underwater attacks. Although it had its flaws, it paved the way for the adoption of IR technology for military scanning.
  • Modern Discoveries: Pyro-electronic scanning and solid-state thermal-imaging arrays have been fundamental in the development of modern thermal vision devices.

Types of Military Long Range Thermal Binoculars

Uncooled Detectors:

  • Operate at ambient temperature.
  • Use sensors that measure infrared heating values.
  • Generally more affordable due to simpler production processes.
  • Tend to have lower image resolution

Cooled Detectors:

  • More expensive due to complex production technology.
  • Require a cooling mechanism.
  • Offer a higher precision image, suitable for military-grade applications.

The binoculars measure infrared radiation from objects and produce an image based on the heat detected. This allows for visibility both day and night.

Applications of Thermal Imaging Binoculars

Beyond military and defense applications, thermal imaging binoculars serve various purposes:

  • Building Industry: Detect heat leakage or moisture in structures.
  • Anti-terrorism: Monitor unauthorized border crossings.
  • Firefighting: Detect hotspots in obscured or smoke-filled environments.
  • Medicine & Veterinary: Used for diagnostic purposes.
  • Astronomy: Explore celestial bodies.

The Technology Behind Long Range Thermal Imaging Binoculars

These devices leverage cutting-edge technology to detect temperature differences in objects. Features include:

  • Digital photography and video recording.
  • Professional-grade lenses.
  • Compatibility with smart devices.

Modern thermal binoculars work on the principle of black body radiation, where any object above absolute zero emits infrared radiation.

SPI‘s Thermal Imaging Binoculars

SPi Corp’s long-range thermal binoculars epitomize resilience and advanced technology, being tailored for all-weather conditions and incorporating cutting-edge dual-eye thermal imaging FLIR systems. These high-tech devices are available with both uncooled LWIR and cooled MWIR thermal imaging sensor options, in both standard and high-definition resolutions. Benefiting from state-of-the-art micro-pitch detectors, these binoculars boast optics capable of detecting humans and vehicles from distances exceeding 10 kilometers, an impressive feat for handheld thermal imaging devices, especially in pitch-black conditions.

Moreover, our handheld thermal binoculars can be customized with a range of supplementary sensors to ensure mission success. These include laser rangefinders (LRF), infrared laser pointers, infrared laser illuminators, and high-definition low-light visual day cameras. To augment their versatility, our EO/IR long-range thermal binoculars are also equipped with GPS and DMC (Digital Magnetic Compass) modules, enabling precise geolocation capabilities.

Trusted by military and border protection forces worldwide, these binoculars offer a significant advantage: the comfort and ease of using both eyes, especially during prolonged observations. The imagery provided is of impeccable quality, ensuring detailed, clear, and reliable visuals. While the housings for our long-range thermal binoculars are larger compared to their monocular counterparts, this additional space facilitates the integration of extra optics, sensors, and modules, culminating in a comprehensive multi-sensor thermal binocular system.

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