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Clip-On



Use the Clip-on as a handheld tracker or turn any traditional riflescope into a thermal scope with a simple attachment. The Clip-on’s 4 power zoom and 4 color palettes ensures nothing will make it through your sight picture unnoticed. Burris Clip-on will help you take night hunting to a whole new level!

Adaptor sold separately.

MSRP: $4,199 - $4,499

Starting Retail Price: $2,999 - $3,199

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Specifications

Item Number
Description
Magnification
Resolution
Pixel Size
Frame Rate
Focal Length
Focusing
Visual Angle
Digital Zoom
Eye Relief
Dioptric Compensation
Screen
Color Palettes
Adapter/Battery
Working Hours
Mounting Type
Weight
Dimensions
300621
BTC 35
1x
400x300
17μm
50Hz
35mm F1.2
Manual Focus
10.6°x8.0°
2x, 4x
10mm
-
1024x768 Color OLED
Black hot, white hot, red hot, green hot
2x CR123/ICR 16340
≥3 hours
Dayscope Objective lens adapter
≤14 oz. (≤400g)
5.9(l)×2(w)×2.2(h) in. / (150×52×57 mm)
300620
BTC 50
1x
400x300
17μm
50Hz
50mm F1.2
Manual Focus
7.5°x5.6°
2x, 4x
10mm
-
1024x768 Color OLED
Black hot, white hot, red hot, green hot
2x CR123/ICR 16340
≥3 hours
Dayscope Objective lens adapter
≤14.1 oz (≤400g)
7(l)×2.3(w)×2.4(h) in./ (178×58×62mm)
Thermal Optics
  • 4 color palettes
  • Stadiametric ranging
  • Hot track
  • Manual and auto NUC
  • Converts traditional riflescope to a thermal scope
  • Use the zoom on your traditional scope to enlarge your target
  • Adjustable contrast
  • Adjustable brightness
  • IP67
  • Available in 35mm objective and 50mm objective

US Warranty

International Warranty

Name
Thermal Clip On
Type
 PDF
Modified
November 30, 2020
 
Name
2020 Burris Optics Catalog
Type
 PDF
Modified
February 10, 2020
 

Why does foreward attachment scope have zoom capability? Won’t that mess with scope zoom?

Asked by: OutdoorEdventure
Thermal scopes are not optical scopes so they have a base magnification plus digital magnification which zooms into the digital image displayed on a screen. While increasing the digital zoom can pixelate the image, it can also make for more precise aiming at longer distances. Often hunters use the picture in picture to allow both a zoomed in view and a standard view simultaneously.
Answered by: Burris Optics
Date published: 2021-02-05

Can you use this on a magnum caliber rifle or just 223 , 308

Asked by: Anonymous
These are recoil limited devices due to their all digital nature. The exact maximum recoil rating is 500G/1ms.
Answered by: Burris Optics
Date published: 2021-03-01

Will this clip on a xtrii?

Asked by: XTRII Nut
Yes, we've actually used them on the XTR II and XTR III during testing in addition to other Burris scopes.
Answered by: Burris Optics
Date published: 2021-04-06

What is the detection ranges on the various models of these thermals?

Asked by: fred1
We're pretty conservative in listing it at beyond 750 yards. We've personally used the thermal optics to shoot steel and had repeated hits at 1,000 yards at night.
Answered by: Burris Optics
Date published: 2021-02-26

The clip on claims a 4x magnification. Is this fixed? Or can it be set to zero magnification so I can just rely on my standard scope to magnify the target?

Asked by: Jaws77
The clip-on is a 1x optical system with options for digital zoom at 2x and 4x. Since your optical scope is viewing the clip-on's digital screen its recommended to use a combination of the optical zoom on your scope and the digital zoom in the thermal optic to get an ideal optical image.
Answered by: Burris Optics
Date published: 2021-02-06

Will the ballistic calculator on the burris eliminator work through the thermal clip on.

Asked by: Tumblints
No, the rangefinding laser will be blocked by the clip-on. Thermal sensors are solid, not optical so they can't pass lasers through them. The display is actually a digital screen that is viewed through your optical scope. The eliminator can therefore still be used, but you won't be able to range your target with the Eliminator.
Answered by: Burris Optics
Date published: 2021-02-07

What warranty does this clip on come with if any

Asked by: Kevinstutz1616
All the Burris Thermal Optics come with a 3 year warranty.
Answered by: Burris Optics
Date published: 2021-02-05

How long does it last on a charge especially in inclement weather < 20degrees ?

Asked by: Anonymous
3 hours give or take however you do have the ability to connect the clip-on to an external power source (battery) via the included cable so you never have to worry about running out of power.
Answered by: Burris Optics
Date published: 2021-02-05

Any way the clip on Thermal will work with the Burris Eliminator scope? If so is it possible to use the range finder with clip on attached ?

Asked by: Long Ranger
Yes and no. The clip-on will work with the standard crosshairs in the Eliminator however the rangefinding capability of the Eliminator will be blocked. A thermal optic uses a digital screen to display temperature readings from the sensor therefore the laser that reads distance cannot pass through it.
Answered by: Burris Optics
Date published: 2021-02-05

How accurate is the stadiometric rangefinder? I have heard that it's difficult to use on other units, like ATN and Pulsar

Asked by: Dr Motown
Like any stadiametric ranging, the difficulty is no animal of the same species is exactly the same size. The measurement of the distance between bars is accurate but with animal size varying it can be difficult to know for sure the exact distance of a target.
Answered by: Burris Optics
Date published: 2021-02-08

What type of battery and how long will it run on a charge? Is it built in or removable?

Asked by: Anonymous
It has an internal battery - rechargable via USB-C cable. Typical run time for a single charge is 5 or more hours.
Answered by: Burris Optics
Date published: 2021-02-05

In settings, can it be changed from meters to yards?

Asked by: Texas proud
The reticles are in MIL, not yards or meters.
Answered by: Burris Optics
Date published: 2021-03-02

Does this scope have recording capabilities with sound??

Asked by: Woody73
It has external recording capabilities - meaning you can connect it to a DVR and record through the reticle video and sound will be recorded by the DVR.
Answered by: Burris Optics
Date published: 2021-03-28

What is your warranty on the thermal scopes?

Asked by: Jennk28
All our thermal optics have a 3 year warranty.
Answered by: Burris Optics
Date published: 2021-02-05

I see these are rebranded scopes. The one sold overseas only has a 2 year warranty. I see the warranty question was asked 8 days ago with no answer ... What is the warranty on your thermal scopes????

Asked by: Anonymous
The Burris Thermal Optics have a 3 year warranty.
Answered by: Burris Optics
Date published: 2021-02-05

What is the warranty?

Asked by: RCW533
It is a 3 year warranty.
Answered by: Burris Optics
Date published: 2021-02-05

What's the res...and the Hz 50....60hz? Are they 384 or 640?

Asked by: Trav8535
50 Hz 400x300 is what they show (they have their own sensor or rounding up) 
Answered by: ronin007
Date published: 2021-01-27

How many micron?

Asked by: Pepper
17
Answered by: ronin007
Date published: 2021-03-23

What tech Generation are these considered? In 1991 I was issued "new" A/N-PVS-7. Those were Gen 4. Thanks!

Asked by: Hazmat64
Two totally different products that are not even comparable. Your PVS-7s were night vision goggles which just magnify ambient light. This product is a thermal detection scope which identifies body heat. The short of it is, if I can hide from you during daylight hours, I can hide from NVGs. There’s no hiding your heat signature.
Answered by: Steve Carmichael
Date published: 2021-02-09

Can this scope be used in daylight? Sighting in method?

Asked by: Tex Grin

What would you put on a .243 Mohawk.

Asked by: Mohawk man
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