Argus MI-TIC S


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The argus® Mi-TIC S is the world’s smallest thermal imager to feature a large format, high resolution display for advanced fire fighting applications. The camera provides a crystal clear image with a superb dynamic range: you can clearly view extremely high temperatures up to 1100ºC (2000ºF) and at the same time see very low temperature objects, which is ideal for casualty searches. Every argus® Mi-TIC S is supplied with a unique dual use desktop/in-truck charger station which securely retains and charges both the thermal imager and a spare battery. The charger stations can be daisy-chained together, up to a maximum of 6 units.


Weighing approximately 870g (31oz) the argus® Mi-TIC S is a small format thermal imager that can be easily and comfortably held in the palm of your hand. Unlike many thermal imagers, the argus® Mi-TIC S design allows it to be worn in multiple ways – in the hand, inside a pocket, clipped outside a pocket, clipped to a lanyard or hung around the neck.


With a thumb operated green on/off button and superb start up time of 5 seconds, the argus® Mi-TIC S is simple to use.


The argus Mi-TIC S has Class I, Division 2 Non Incendive certification. The use of Lithium Iron Phosphate technology ensures the argus® Mi-TIC S delivers 2 hours of battery life over 1,000s of cycles. They are inherently safe due to the use of patented nanophosphate® technology.


  • See through smoke
  • Detect and display fire temperatures even in larger, hotter fires
  • Locate the seat and spread of the fire
  • Navigate safely during search and rescue operations
  • Identify hot spots during overhaul operations


  • Image and video recording
  • Multiple application specific modes
  • Dynamic Scene Enhancement (DSE) technology
  • Image Freeze
  • Software configuration tool
  • Space-saving truck mountable charger
  • 5 year camera warranty
  • 5 year battery warranty
  • 10 year sensor and lens warranty

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