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The AGM Rattler TC50-640 is a compact thermal imaging clip-on system
that allows quick transformation of the day optics into thermal imaging device
without any special tools or equipment.
The Rattler clip-on is a perfect addition to any hunter's arsenal. Equipped with a 50mm
germanium lens and a 640x512 resolution high-sensitivity thermal sensor, this unit has a detection range of 2500 yards. Rattler TC provides a clear
image under harsh environmental conditions like darkness, fog, smoke, dust,
rain, snow, wood, camouflage, etc. The product is mainly applied to scenarios
such as patrolling, hunting, overwatch, etc. The Rattler TC can easily be
attached in front of day scopes with magnification up to 8x for medium and long
This unit also comes packed with all the
features that many Rattler users have come to expect, which include: built-in
recording and picture capture capabilities, Wi-Fi hotspot, AGM Connect app compatibility for storing and sharing
images and videos, 16 GB on-board storage, 4.5 hours of battery life on two CR123 batteries, external power
capability through the unit’s USB-C plug and a high-quality American Defense
Manufacturing quick detach mount.
Warning: California's Proposition 65
Detector type: 12 μm VOx Uncooled Focal Plane Arrays
Refresh rate: 50 Hz
FOV: 8.8° x 7.0°
Product shown herein is subject to US export regulations and may require a license prior to export. Any diversion contrary to US Government regulations is prohibited.
Black Hot, White Hot, Red Hot, Fusion
Shock and vibration
Exit Pupil Diameter
Yes (Stadiometric Rangefinder)
12 μm VOx Uncooled Focal Plane Arrays
8 μm to 14 μm
FFC (Flat Field Correction)
Auto, Manual, External Correction
Highest Temperature Spot Tracking
Sensor 50 Hz / OLED 50 Hz
640 x 512
Detection Range (6' object)
50 mm, F1.0
5 VDC/2 A, USB Type-C interface Supports external power supply
Optional Front Quick Release Adapters for different front lens diameter or Quick
Field of view (H × X)
8.8° x 7.0°
1024x768, 0.39 inch, OLED
Built-in 16 GB EMMC
On-board video recording
Two CR123A (3V) Lithium or two RCR123 (up to 4.2V) Rechargeable Batteries
Yes (via USB)
Battery Operating Time
Up to 4.5 hours continuous running (@25°C, WiFi off) Up to 4.0 hours continuous running (@25°C, WiFi on)
Battery Capacity Display
Operating Temperature Range
-20°C to 55°C (-4°F to 131°F)
0.49 kg (1.08 lb)
153 mm × 78 mm × 66 mm (6.0 × 3.1 × 2.6 in)
FIRMWARE UPDATE INSTRUCTION
Please read the instructions below before updating the firmware.
Check current firmware version of your device, for this go to your device’s main menu to option “Info” or “Version” and check what number you have. Compare the number with the latest version of the firmware on the AGM website.
Download the firmware update package to your PC and unzip it.
NOTE: Do not open the DAV or BIN file on your computer as it may corrupt the file.
If your device does not have a built-in rechargeable battery and is powered by replaceable Lithium batteries, remove the batteries from the battery compartment before connecting the device to your PC, or it may cause computer damage.
If you removed the batteries, please make sure the device is connected to the computer during the update process. Otherwise, the device will shut off and may cause unnecessary upgrade failure, firmware damage, etc.
Please check the latest firmware. Click the FW Version to download the firmware update package.
AGM RATTLER TC50-640, AGM RATTLER TC35-640
# Support 10 reticles.
# When a 5-second power-off countdown appears, pressing any buttons can cancel the power off operation. Accidental touches that trigger power off process won’t be a problem.
# The small cross won’t overlay on the reticle when you choose the reticle type. It only appears when you adjust the XY value, to mark the reticle’s original position.