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The Asp-Micro is USB rechargeable and uses USB-C cables. It has an internal battery so unfortunately, you cannot replace it yourself, but it can run the Asp-Micro for 7 continuous hours unless you enable the Wi-Fi hotspot.
If you enable the Wi-Fi hotspot, you can pair the Asp-Micro with the T-Vision app. This allows you to live view what the Asp-Micro sees on your smartphone or tablet of choice. While the Asp-Micro has onboard memory to capture still images and record video (no audio recording though), you can do all of this through the T-Vision App as well as control settings.
I found it easier to view the thermal image through my iPhone rather than look through the small eyepiece in the Asp-Micro. However, in bright sunlight, the screen on my iPhone gets washed out a bit and then I would revert to physically looking through the Asp-Micro.
In order to record video, you have to press and hold the camera button for a few seconds. It takes a little bit longer than I would like.
HELMET MOUNTING THE ASP-MICRO
While the Asp-Micro was designed as a handheld monocular you could bolt on a dovetail and mount it on a helmet. It is not ideal since the screw hole is so far forward it causes the eyepiece to be pushed right up against my eye. I cannot move the NVG mount any further away from my face. If I bump into anything my eye socket will not be happy. Also, the FOV is not exactly 1:1 with my normal eyesight so the image does not collimate with my unaided eye and I end up seeing double vision.
There are no numbers listed on AGM’s website. But typical thermal devices have the distances listed for detection, recognition and identification. Detection is the farthest distance where it can detect a heat source. Recognition is closer to you a the point where a heat blob is defined enough that you can tell it is an animal or person. Identification is even closer where the thermal image is clear enough you can tell if it is a deer or a cow. Below is a test I did at night. Next to the green crosshairs is a small maintenance shed/building that is just over 500 yards away. You can see the dark roof which is cold. But during the daytime, it was not as clear. You can sort of see my neighbor across the street 40 yards away.
Steadicam Gun Operator
Night Vision & Thermal Aficionado
Original was taken from thefirearmblog.com
More information & reviews about thermal monoculars you can find here:
AGM ASP TM35-640 Handheld Thermal Monocular Review
AGM ASP TM35-384 Handheld Thermal Monocular Review by Casey Jones
AGM ASP TM35-384 Thermal Monocular Review by Col. Chester Cupp
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