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AGM Global Vision Asp 75mm Long Range Thermal Monocular

AGM Global Vision is recognized by all hunting professionals and hunting enthusiasts.

This is because it has grown into one of the largest companies in the night vision and thermal technology industry for over 65 years.

AGM Global Vision is effectively launching its products with the versatility of competing with many leading industry establishments.

AGM Global Vision is manufacturing a wider range of spotting scopesthermal binoculars, lasers, rifle scopes, monoculars, IR illumination devices, thermal gogglesclip-on systems, and some more electro-optical systems.

All the products produced by AGM are used by hunters, military professionals, weapons aficionados, law enforcement officers, and more.

In this review, we’ll discuss the AGM Global Vision Asp 3.1x75mm Long Range Thermal Imaging Monocular that comes with excellent optical benefits.

Let’s get into the detailed review to know the mechanism, technologies, and features of this long-range thermal monocular.

AGM Global Vision Asp 3.1x75mm Thermal Monocular

Arctic Silver 5 Thermal Paste
Magnification:  3.1X

Specifications

  • Dimensions: 12.2 x 4.2 x 3.5 in
  • Sensor Resolution: 640×512 pixels
  • Display Resolution: 800×600 pixels
  • Detector Type: VOx Microbolometer
  • Optical Magnification: 3.1X & 5.2X
  • Focus Range: 10 m to Infinity
  • Lens System: 75 mm; F/1.0
  • Lens Diameter: 25mm, 50mm, 75 mm
  • Field of View: 8.3 – 6.6 degrees
  • Refresh Rate: 60 Hz
  • Pixel Pitch: 17 micrometers
  • Diopter Adjustment Range: -5 – 5 dpt
  • Battery Type: Two CR123A 3V or CR123
  • Operating Temperature: -40 to 50 F

Arctic Silver 5 Thermal Paste
MAGNIFICATION:  5.2X

Specifications

  • Dimensions: 12.2 x 4.2 x 3.5 in
  • Sensor Resolution: 640×512 pixels
  • Display Resolution: 800×600 pixels
  • Detector Type: VOx Microbolometer
  • Optical Magnification: 3.1X & 5.2X
  • Focus Range: 10 m to Infinity
  • Lens System: 75 mm; F/1.0
  • Lens Diameter: 25mm, 50mm, 75 mm
  • Field of View: 8.3 – 6.6 degrees
  • Refresh Rate: 60 Hz
  • Pixel Pitch: 17 micrometers
  • Diopter Adjustment Range: -5 – 5 dpt
  • Battery Type: Two CR123A 3V or CR123
  • Operating Temperature: -40 to 50 F

Construction

All the products from the AGM ASP series are technologically evolved and fitted with updated technologies to exceed the users’ requirements.

In that way, this thermal imaging monocular with multiple aspects is also designed with an advanced mechanism to enhance your applications.

AGM always outfits the monocular with military-grade materials to ensure durability and credibility.

Especially, it is equipped with the aircraft aluminum alloy housing to offer ruggedness even if you are working in the worse surroundings.

This well-built AGM construction provides outstanding performance even for the sophisticated person.

To offer the ultimate output even in bad weather conditions, all the materials are selected with the water-resistant capability that protects the thermal monocular from corrosion.

Thermal Sensor

All the objects in the Earth emit radiation, if we detect the radiation then we can target the object with any of the devices.
This is the technology behind the thermal monocular, it detects the target by the heat signature of the object.

The AGM Asp Thermal Imaging Monocular consists of the updated thermal sensor with the resolution of 640×512 pixels to deliver very crisp output.

On the other hand, it included the Tau 2 VOx microbolometer detector to catch the object even in pitch darkness.

Based on the FLIR it comes with the 17m of pixel pitch to deliver incomparable images and videos.

Optical Lens

If you purchase the AGM Asp Long Range Thermal Imaging Monocular for hunting purposes then you’re the luckiest person.

Because unlike any other thermal monocular, it comes with three unique lens systems: 25 mm; F/1.0, 50 mm; F/1.0, and 75 mm; F/1.0.

With these lens diameters, you can focus the target without worrying about the distance. That’s why this affordable device from AGM is called a long-range thermal monocular.

The monocular is designed to increase the digital zooming option gradually from 2X to 4X. Thus you can also pinpoint your target with this level of zooming even if far.

Moreover, the monocular allows the user to focus the target from 5m up to infinity. 

Magnification Range 

Next, it is equipped with a fixed type optical magnification range of 3.1X, but it won’t let you go with single magnification.

AGM Global Vision Asp also provides another magnification range of its Long Range Thermal Imaging Monocular model.

Which means it comes with a 5.2X magnification range to enhance the extreme long-distance targeting sessions.

In fact, you can choose a 5.2x75mm model instead of a 3.1x75mm model. The reason why I say this is, comparatively 5.2x75mm model is cheaper than 3.1x75mm.

And both versions of AGM are had the same features and specifications except the magnification. Most users stated that both models are extremely beneficial in the hunting field when it comes to night hunting.

Apart from the magnifications, both are constructed with a supreme lens with greater lens diameter to detect the fast-moving object.

Images & Videos

With cutting-edge technology and other developed features make the stunning output of images and videos from this AGM Global Vision Asp 3.1x75mm Thermal Imaging Monocular.

All images have a smoother-edge with crystal clear quality, and videos are delivered with a high resolution to offer the best result.

To view the footage you recorded in this monocular, it has the LCD type display with the resolution of 800×600 pixels.

With this high-resolution display, you can enjoy viewing your adventure and get the most precise details from it.

To offer better performance it’s constructed with the refresh rate of 60 Hz, thus you can get more detailed images within a second both night and daytime.

Surprisingly, AGM Global Vision Asp 3.1x75mm Long Range Thermal Imaging Monocular provides 12 different temperature imaging palettes such as White Hot, Black Hot, Rainbow, Ironbow1, Fusion, Color1, Color2, Globow, Sepia, Rain, Ironbow2, OEM and Ice-Fire.

Power Supply & Operation

The mononuclear offers two options for you to power up the unit which are CR123A and CR123.

You can use two CR123A type Lithium batteries with the 3V capacity or insert two CR123 type batteries with the 3.0V to 3.7V capacity.

Both types of batteries are rechargeable which is a good thing for hunters who wish to go for long-distance.

Like some of the expensive thermal monoculars, AGM Global Vision Asp 3.1x75mm Monocular has the remote control option to access the entire unit in a single click.

The monocular allows the user to manually adjust the diopter range from -5 to +5 dpt.

Interfaces

For some additional applications related to the monocular, it provides reliable interfacing of S620 Connector.

AGM Long Range Thermal Imaging Monocular

With this, you can do whatever you want like Digital video recorder connection, power up the device, analog Video In/Out, and so on.

Don’t worry about the power of the device, you can charge the device using the micro-USB adapter which comes with the package.

Other than the micro-USB, it provides some additional accessories like soft lens cloth, strong carrying case, and user manual.

Arctic Silver 5 Thermal Paste
Magnification:  3.1X
Arctic Silver 5 Thermal Paste
MAGNIFICATION:  5.2X

Final Words

The AGM Thermal Monoculars have equipped with rugged materials and cutting-edge technology to fulfill all the expectations and requirements of the users.

It’s intended to provide exceptional precision and great reliability thus it always crafts with quality components and materials.

AGM desires to give great performance and output when the user utilizes any of its optical equipment, which is a great commitment to this reputable brand.

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About Annalena Wood

Annalena is carrying her rifle with passion and pride for her love of the outdoors and the experience of hunting. Her most memorable hunting season was back in 2015 when she and her dad were drawn for special elk tags. That allowed them the chance to fill their tags with an actual bull elk rather than a spike. That year both her and her dad came home with their first trophy elks, with hers a 6 by 6 pointer and her dad’s a 6 by 5.