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Armasight Announces Handheld Sidekick 640 Mini Thermal Monocular

For Immediate Release – Northbrook IL – Trailblazer and Category Leader in Thermal and Night Vision, Armasight announces the release of the Sidekick 640 handheld Thermal Monocular. The Sidekick is available immediately online and in select retail outlets.

The Sidekick 640 is the smallest fully multi-functional 12-micron 640 thermal imaging monocular on the market. This unit boasts a fast 60Hz frame rate for smooth operation and industry-best, outstanding visual acuity, based on Armasight’s Iron Wolf thermal technology platform. Weighing under 384 grams, the Sidekick can be used as a handheld mini-monocular or can be headset/helmet mounted utilizing the built-in mini-rail for hands- free operation. The high definition 1024 × 768 OLED display provides a crisp image, with iconography providing key information. The Sidekick utilizes simplified 3 button controls that allow for easy manipulation in the field and offers one-touch in-unit video recording.

The Sidekick 640 offers an extensive suite of features including video and image capture, USB video stream, USB-C interface for viewing your recordings and photos on external devices such as computers or televisions. Users will enjoy the functionality of multiple color palettes, intuitive simple 3 button controls, and compatibility with the Rayvn Rail Bridge Mount for helmet mounting with PVS-14, MNVD, or second Sidekick (sold separately).

Package Includes: Thermal Monocular, 2 × CR123A Battery, USB-C Cable, Battery Extender, Product Manual, Lens Cloth, Soft Case  Designed and Assembled in the USA.

The Armasight Sidekick 640 is available for purchase at Armasight.com as well as through select dealers now.

Features:

-Multiple color palettes

-Intuitive 3-button control

-Dovetail Mini-Rail included for Helmet Mounting

-Works with Rayvn Rail Bridge Mount for helmet mounting with PVS-14, MNVD, or second Sidekick (sold separately)

-Video Recording & Image Capture

-USB-C Interface for External Devices

-Works with External Power Banks via USB-C

-Compass

-ULTEM Composite Body and Ergonomic Design

MSRP: Armasight Sidekick 640 – $3,299

www.Armasight.com

5 Responses to “Armasight Announces Handheld Sidekick 640 Mini Thermal Monocular”

  1. Meatwood Flack says:

    Tried setting up one of these for my non-dominant eye in conjuction with a PVS-14 on a TNVC bridge a while back in the hopes that I could transition between thermal/nvg by simply switching between one or the other (either flipping them or just closing one eye or the other).

    Didn’t work. This is definitely a handheld monocular despite having a mounting interface. YMMV.

    • Matt_AP says:

      Can you expound on this? Was it the eye relief, lag/refresh rate, or something else? Thanks.

    • Fact check says:

      That’s interesting considering this new product was just released 2 days ago. So I’m a bit confused on how managed to get this product well before it was even made public. When did you try to set this up again?

      • Joey says:

        I think someone wants to seem like they have something important to say and/or wants people to think that said person has the money for both NODS and thermals. Wants to look like a grand thumb or t. Rex arms or a BRCC YouTube video.

  2. David moore says:

    I hope that one day thermal monoculars will become more affordable I’ve used a few in the $800 range that were incredible I can’t imagine what a $3,000 thermal would look like and I can’t wait to win the lottery hopefully soon so that I might have a chance to check these things out