Please make sure you have made the following adjustments:
In the course of the calibration process the image freezes on the screen – this is normal and not a defect.
Default calibration mode is “Automatic” (the software decides when calibration is necessary) but
you can change it to “Manual” mode in the "Main menu" => "Calibration mode" to calibrate the riflescope
when you need to based on actual image quality. Please close the lens cover prior to manual calibration. We recommend using automatic mode all the time.
Please read more about calibration in the user manual for your thermal device.
You are using the manual calibration mode without closing the lens cover.
Please make sure the lens cover is closed during calibration or switch to the automatic calibration mode if you do not want to close the cover.
No, a clicking sound is normal in the automatic and semiautomatic calibration modes.
You may switch to the manual calibration mode to avoid the sound. Remember to close the lens cover to make sure no ghost images appear on the display.
Calibration levels the background temperature of the microbolometer and eliminates image flaws
(such as vertical stripes, ghost images of previous objects etc.). Intervals between calibrations depend
on operating time: the longer a thermal imager operates nonstop, the less frequently calibration is required.
Please note that a certain amount of non-functional pixels (max 0.5% of total quantity) is allowed by the sensor and is not considered a defect. You may try repairing the pixels using the respective menu item of your thermal imager. For details, please refer to the user manual.
Click here to view sample video instructions.
Activate the pixel repair option in the device`s menu. You will be redirected to a window with picture in picture (PiP) mode and an auxiliary cross.
Operate with navigation buttons to move the cross into the bad pixel’s coordinates. Dead pixels disappear when the auxiliary crosss is in the correct position.
Press the ON/OFF button and check for the “OK” message on the display.
No, there is no need to zero Proton, you only need to zero your day sight.
Please make sure you install the attachment according to the user manual.
No, there are no zeroing profiles because Proton does not need zeroing.
You only need to zero your day sight and make sure you install the attachment according to the instructions.
The Proton can only be mounted on a day sight using a PSP adapter, more details here.
More information about the device can be found online and in the user manual.
Yes, it does support a wireless remote control. For details please refer to the link below:
Please make sure your device has the latest firmware update.
Yes, PROTON can be used as a handheld monocular.
You will need the 5x30B monocular for this purpose. The item is bought separately.
The attachment does not require focusing as it features a fixed focus lens. The image will remain focused within the entire detection range of the device.
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