Monoculaire Elynxo Virtuose

Elynxo introduces the new multifunction monocular, Virtuose.

A Lightweight Multifunction Monocular

Elynxo, recognized as one of the leading French companies in the field of optronics, introduces Virtuose, the new lightweight multifunction monocular.

As information gathering, collection, and data sharing become increasingly critical on the operational theaters, operators often have access to thermal imaging and designation systems that are cumbersome and sometimes unsuitable for their missions. These equipment, which represent a significant physical burden, are also only accessible to a limited number of operators. Virtuose emerges as the solution to these challenges for land, air, and naval forces, optimizing OODA loops.

The main innovation of Virtuose lies in its ability to offer a multitude of exceptional functionalities despite its extremely compact size, made possible by research and development in the fields of mechanics, optics, electronics, and software. Indeed, this product easily fits into a combat uniform pocket, making it truly unique.

With compact dimensions of 14 cm x 14 cm x 5 cm and a weight of only 850 grams, Virtuose combines the following features: direct optical sight, high-definition thermal imaging, laser rangefinder, laser pointer, GPS positioning to extract coordinates of objects of interest, live video streaming capability, great compatibility with C4ISR systems, and integration possibilities within battle management systems.

Monoculaire Elynxo Virtuose

Advantages and Benefits of Virtuose

The 640×480 thermal imaging sensor with NETD <30mK allows perfect recognition of details, even in difficult weather conditions or with low thermal contrast. The smallest temperature variations will thus be visible.

The thermal image produced is precise, rich in details, and high in contrast, allowing for better identification even of the finest details. The quality of the lens combined with the high-performance thermal imaging sensor provides very high detection capabilities, allowing, for example, the identification of a standard-sized object (1m80) at distances exceeding one kilometer. Advanced electronics and improved image processing algorithms offer a new approach to image optimization for all forms of observation and in all conditions.

Image frequency ≥30Hz for smooth observation, especially in case of movement

High-contrast OLED screen for stable and high-quality imagery