Small: The robot is 7.4 inches long and weighs just 1.2 lbs. It can be carried in a pocket, on a vest, or in a non-shooting hand for immediate access.
Stealthy: A matte black finish makes the robot difficult to see and it operates at a maximum of 20 decibels - quieter than a whisper.
Simple: To activate the Recon Scout IR, simply pull the pin, turn on the hand-held Operator Control Unit, and throw the robot into the environment. IR optical systems automatically turn on when the ambient light is low.
Total set-up time: 10 seconds.
Durable: Constructed with a titanium shell, the Recon Scout IR can survive repeated throws of 120 feet and vertical drops of 30 feet.
Perceptive: The robot's black-and-white image sensor has a 60-degree field of view on both the horizontal and vertical axis, and it can transmit a 360-degree scan of a room in five seconds. Its IR illuminator lets you see objects 25 feet away, even in total darkness.
Powerful: The IR can transmit live video at least 300 feet outdoors and 100 feet indoors - through walls, doors and windows.
Intuitive: You can easily direct the movement of the robot using the thumb-controlled joystick on the front of the OCU. The handheld OCU weighs just 1.7 lbs and has a 3.5-inch backlit video screen.