SHOT 2013 Preview: ATN Odin-14 Thermal Monocular

By Dave Dolbee published on in Firearms, General, Gun Gear, News

American Technologies Network Corp., is no secret among members of the military, law enforcement and security professionals for its outdoor night vision and thermal applications. For 2013, ATN introduces the Odin-14 Thermal Monocular, one of the smallest thermal imaging monocular systems currently on the market. By using the latest technologies in high-grade polymers and miniature thermal imaging sensor technology, the Odin-14 is extremely compact and lightweight.

The Odin-14 features Variable Pivot Technology (VPT). VPT allows you to rotate the screen to match the angle of the Odin-14. The VPT comes into action whenever the monocular is helmet or weapon mounted so the screen appears straight as you move or the sight moves through the environment. Standard features in the Odin-14 include the Thermal VOx Vanadium Oxide sensor with the clarity provided by the OLED display in zoom, polarity and color modes. Made to Mil-Spec standards, the Odin-14 is not only compact it is extremely rugged.

The Odin-14 is helmet and weapon mountable by using the ATN PVS014 weapon/helmet mount adapter. Another option available for the Odin-14 is the digital reticle aiming system, similar to the ATN THOR. MSRP is $6,199.00 to $10,199.00 depending upon resolution output.

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  • Robert

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    Amazing thermal monocular I’ve seen this device couple times on techeyes.com even considered to buy it, but finally decided to wait until SHOT show. Can’t wait to see it and may be play around. ATN always provides us with new cool toys. See you at SHOT show ;) thanks guys for article it’s really interesting.

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