Sig Sauer Echo1 1-2x30mm Reflex Sight SOE11001
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SIG SAUER Echo1 1-2x30 Graphite Multiple Reticle Thermal Reflex Sight (SOE11001)

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  • SIG SAUER Echo1 1-2x30 Graphite Multiple Reticle Thermal Reflex Sight (SOE11001)
  • SIG SAUER Echo1 1-2x30 Graphite Multiple Reticle Thermal Reflex Sight (SOE11001)
  • SIG SAUER Echo1 1-2x30 Graphite Multiple Reticle Thermal Reflex Sight (SOE11001)
  • SIG SAUER Echo1 1-2x30 Graphite Multiple Reticle Thermal Reflex Sight (SOE11001)
  • SIG SAUER Echo1 1-2x30 Graphite Multiple Reticle Thermal Reflex Sight (SOE11001)

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  • 206×156 Uncooled VOx Bolometer Array
  • 5 default reticles and the ability to design / upload new reticles
  • Sight can take pictures, individual and burst mode
  • Color LCD display for day/night time direct view targeting
  • White or black hot menu selectable plus color palette and game highlight
  • Top mount peep sight and ROMEO1 adapter plate for backup sights
  • Includes a M1913 Picatinny cross-slot STANAG compliant mount
  • Thermal detection >1000 yards, targeting range >300 yards
  • 8 hour minimum runtime
  • IPX-6 waterproof
The Echo1 Digital Thermal Imaging Reflex Sight uses temperature levels to provide clear target imagery regardless of light conditions. It also functions similar to a conventional reflex sight for fast and intuitive target acquisition with greatly improved situational awareness. Features a 206?156 uncooled VOx Bolometer Array, five default reticles and the ability to design and upload new reticles. The Echo1 can take pictures in individual and burst modes for downloading. It also features color LCD display for day/night direct view targeting with white hot, black hot, and multiple temperature settings. Includes a top mount peep sight and Romeo1 adapter plate for backup sights and a M1913 Picatinny cross-slot STANAG compliant mount. Thermal detection range exceeds 1,000 yards with a targeting range of 300+ yards. Additional features include electronic zoom from 1x to 2x, IPX-6 waterproofing, 30 Hz frame rate, and 8-hour minimum runtime.

Abrasion-resistant lens coatings for extreme durability ensure the lenses on your scope will stay sharp, bright, and clear.

Precision molded Aspheric Lens Technology virtually eliminates aberration, reduces weight, and helps to focus the projected image through the lenses for superior low distortion optical performance.

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Electro-Optics industrial design inspired by our legendary firearms; deflection armor trapezoidal surfacing breaks up the shape and visibility of the optic along with pistol slide serrations and grip checkering to add function to the form of all SIG Sauer electro-optics.

  • Magnification: 1-2x
  • Thermal detection: 1000 yards
  • Targeting range: 300 yards
  • Color: Graphite
  • Includes a M1913 Picatinny cross-slot STANAG compliant mount
  • Dual Supercapacitors provide continuous operation under heavy recoil
  • IPX-6 waterproof
  • Runtime: 8+ hours
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Warranty Information

Magnification 1x-2x
Objective Lens Diameter, mm 30
Field of View (FOV) 3.7°x4.7'
Eye Relief, in Unlimited
Frame Rate, Hz 30
Reticle Multiple
Illumination Yes
Color/Contrast Settings 8
Close Focus Distance, m 1
Spectral Response, um 7-14
Digital Elevation Adjustment Range 100 MOA
Battery 2 x CR123
Runtime, hrs > 8
Color Graphite
Dimensions (L x W x H), in 4.3" x 2.6" x 2.7"
Weight, oz 14.7
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Additional Information

Hunting, Shooting
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Objective Size:
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Reflex Sights
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1 Review

  • 5
    SIG SAUER Echo1 1-2x30 Graphite Multiple Reticle Thermal Reflex Sight (SOE11001)

    Posted by Trusted customer on Dec 13th 2017

    This device is a far sight better than some of the commonly used thermals often mounted to military MGs at the squad level. Resolution on the screen is low, but for the intended view distances of 25-300 feet the sensor acuity and screen resolution give you a good idea of what you're looking at, and once you get used to reading a thermal you are able to detect even very small creatures inside the intended range of the device. The number of view modes available is excellent, you can choose from white hot, black hot, gradient, green/black, and TWO settings for different contrasts of red/black. What is NOT excellent is the number of brightness levels. I live in the forest, and I got the Echo 1 to help curb the coyote and beaver problems that are endemic to my region. The optic is great for identifying the creatures, but the limited usable range means your best bet is to eyeball the critter first, check on the optic to make sure it's one of your problem species, and then line up and take a shot. With the minimum dimness and the lowest contrast red/black, the brightness of the Echo 1 is STILL washing out my night vision, meaning when I locate problem animals it's usually by hearing or in random scans of the area i'm expecting them to show up in. The add-your-own reticle feature is a great idea, and if you get the drop data for your ammo you can build out self-ranging reticles with a bit of napkin math and a few pixels in their web-based application. Unfortunately, you can only load and use one custom reticle at a time, so if you want to change ammo types you need to head home, plug the optic back in, and load in a new reticle. The Echo 1 BADLY needs the ability to store more than one at a time and flip freely through them. Even if you had enough memory for one or two more to pick, it would allow those of us that switch from subsonic to supersonic ammo the ability to come prepared.

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