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Scott Sight
Scott Sight

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Only available to customers in Arkansas and Tennessee.
Our Price: $1,500.00

Product Code: 20158

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Finally, a truly hands-free thermal imager. Scott Sight provides unmatched situational intelligence without the need to stop searching a room or put down your hose line.

Firefighters have used hand-held thermal imaging cameras since the 1990s to see through the thick smoke often encountered during fires. Advancements in thermal imaging technology have now reduced the size of the components and enabled new applications. Scott Sight's revolutionary design integrates a lightweight camera and display in the firefighter's mask, keeping the thermal image in view at all times.

Scott Sight


  • Hands free thermal imaging – Need we say more?
  • Enhanced situational awareness - Improved hot zone accountability.
  • Powerful and light – At 8 ½ ounces you won’t even know it’s there.
  • Fits any AV-3000 HT facepiece – Buy altogether as a completed kit or upgrade your current AV-3000 HT facepiece.
  • 160x120 resolution at 9 frames per second – Everything you need and nothing you don’t.
  • In-mask display - See a clear image unobstructed by the environment.
  • Infinity lens – Ensures a clear picture with no eyestrain.
  • Adjustable display – Configurable to your line of sight.
  • Minimum four-hour battery life – Powered by simple, everyday AAA batteries.
  • Optional upgradeable four-hour TVR capability – Great for training or after - action reviews. Available late 2016.
  • Spot or Ambient temperature settings (F or C) – User configurable.
  • User configurable configurable screen options – Different user interfaces for different tastes.
  • Extremely economical – We believe that every firefighter would benefit from having Scott Sight so we priced it that way.

  • NIOSH & NFPA certifications pending – Expected early summer 2016.

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