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    Clip on Thermal Imager COTI- add a thermal overlay to your NV for only $2995.

    Got a crazy deal on CLIP ON THERMAL IMAGERS (COTI) units.

    https://www.jrhenterprises.com/COTI-...COTIFUSION.htm



    Clip on Thermal imager
    C.O.T.I.



    These units are sometimes available to civilians, sometimes not. We have a small quantity of these ready to go at an amazingly low price. Move quick on this deal! Only about another 50 left at this price.

    The Clip-on Thermal Imager (COTI) is a revolutionary miniaturized infrared thermal device which has the ability to convert almost any ordinary night vision device into a FUSION type system. FUSION systems combine the best aspects of thermal imaging with the best aspects of normal image intensified (I2) night vision devices into one system.

    How does it work? When the COTI is clipped onto the I2 system it projects a thermal image into the objective lens of the I2 system, which them combines both images into one clean image. Looking through a night vision device the thermal image will be fused with the I2, thereby supplying the operator with the thermal heat detection capability of a thermal imager combined with the friend-or-foe identification and enchanced navigation capabilities of an I2 device.

    The COTI is mounted onto most I2 devices using the supplied clamp, which simply slides over and clamps onto the objective focus lock ring of an existing night vision unit. Once clamped on, the COTI does not interfere with the normal objective focus range adjustment adjust of the NV device.

    The COTI is able to detect heat signals at up to 500 meters even with no natural light, and it can provide images through dense fog and smoke. The COTI is also a MIL SPEC device which is waterproof up to 20 meters (66 feet).

    The COTI has multiple modes of use. These include full thermal mode, a patrol mode, and an outline mode. All modes are easily selectable using the convenient user friendly menu.

    Used with the optional eyepiece the COTI becomes a miniaturized standalone handheld long wave thermal imaging device. Power to the COTI is supplied by either an internal CR123A battery or an optional helmet mounted AA battery pack.

    The COTI can be adapted to work in conjunction with the following night vision systems:

    PVS14
    PVS7B/D
    NVD-BNVD
    NVD-BNVDG
    PVS 15A/C
    PVS 18
    PVS 23
    F5050
    UNS-SR
    PVS24

    as well as many other systems. If your system is not listed please call to verify adaptability.



    IF YOU ARE USING THE COTI WITH A ULTRALIGHT BNVD OR MINI BNVD SET UP YOU WILL NEED THE BRACKET LISTED IN THE DROP DOWN MENU, CLICK ON IT, ADD "1" TO TEXT FIELD TO ADD THE BNVD BRACKET



    FOR A STANDARD PVS14 UNIT OR A STANDARD BNVD (not UL or MINI) then you will NOT need the bracket

    Can be clipped onto your existing NVD or be used as a stand alone thermal imaging device with optional accessory. All units include: mounting bracket, CR123A batteries, lens cleaner, storage pouch, operator's manual and quick guide.

    Polarity - white hot/black hot
    Adjustable brightness
    Weight of just 150 grams w/battery
    Size of 5.5"L x 1.5"W by 3"H
    Thermal range of 500 meters

    These units are sometimes available to civilians, sometimes not. We have a small quantity of these ready to go at an amazingly low price. Move quick on this deal!

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    The year 2020 could be also called the death of the "researcher" in preparedness circles. Or simply "the quick and the dead."

    Sold 100 of these units in around 2 days. Pre-sold the 2nd release batch in about a similar time period.

    A clip on that makes your NV devices into a FUSION setup. Something that has been at rare times available to civilians but most of the time not available to civilians- even at the full $6K price tag. We offer them for half price, it blows up.

    Then of course 3 weeks later I'm still getting calls. The "researchers" call and ASSume there is still one sitting around waiting for them now that they procrastinated 3 weeks.

    Folks, this is 2020 year of Corona, Murder Hornets and the country falling apart- please don't waste crazy amounts of time "researching" things you need- you will never end up with critical gear. I get it, I really do. But as I've covered dozens of time, too often "preppers" get stuck in this circle of procrastination that they call "doing research" and keeps them in INACTION. Whether it's on purchasing a critical piece of gear or acting on things like their health, location, etc.

    Things are moving too fast this year, people that truly want to survive have to learn to make decisions quickly, without months of deliberation. If you waste months of time deliberating something at the very least don't call and try to give me a guilt trip because YOU missed it.

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    Great advice...time to have done the research was three years ago.
    Protecting the sheep from the wolves that want them, their family, their money and full control of our Country!

    Guns and gear are cool, but bandages stop the bleeding!

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    Too many ..
    Observe and orient

    and then
    fail to decide and act.

    As Mel Tappan said: "unless you're early, then you're too late!".

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