GSCI, a night vision and thermal imaging devices company, will showcase the newest addition to its lineup of advanced detection systems, the GSCI Quadro-G Fusion Goggles, at the upcoming IndoDefence 2018 that will take place in Jakarta from November 7-10.
Quadro-G Fusion Goggles, which are available for export worldwide, has been designed as a counterpart to Quadro-S Fusion Weapon Sight, which is popular with law enforcement and military personnel. Some of its features include the highest available FPA Resolution of 640×480, auto-NUC for smooth, uninterrupted, quiet operation, high performance Germanium lens with the lowest F-number for a sharp, clear image, wide field of view enhancing situation awareness, short start up time of up to 3 seconds, and a seven-year limited warranty, which is the longest in the industry.
“With the Quadro-G, we’ve taken the core functionality of the Quadro-S and pivoted away from its weapon mounted operation to instead focus on a tactical goggle that is better suited for versatile, short-to-medium range surveillance and reconnaissance,” said Andrew B, lead technician at GSCI. “The Dual-Eyepiece design is paired with a lightweight, helmet-mountable housing that makes the Quadro-G the only true fusion system of its kind. The operator’s safety depends on the reliability and adaptability of their equipment, and we’re proud to say we’ve created a fusion system that does exactly that.”
GSCI’s fusion systems operate in four, manually-cycled modes – thermal, daytime, nighttime, and a day/night hybrid view, named Fusion mode. The channels work together to produce a lag-free video image that gives the operator unmatched situational awareness in any low-light scenario.
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