FLIR Joystick Control Unit For M-Series

FLIR Joystick Control Unit For M-Series


The FLIR Joystick Control Unit For M-Series is simple to use, provides precise system control, and lets users access all of the important camera functions with push-button controls.


  • Heated LCD Screen Instantly Displays System Status
  • User-Programmable "Hot Key" For Commonly Used Functions
  • Scene Selection Allows The Operator To Optimize The System's Performance For Specific Situations: Night Running, Day Running, Night Docking, And Man Overboard
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  • User-selectable color palettes change the video display mode for easier viewing based on operator preference
  • User-programmable Home button allows the operator to point the pan/tilt camera to pre-defined positions with the push of a button
  • Precision proportional pointing control is provided through a custom, sealed, 8-way iDrive style control knob
  • Backlit for easy nighttime readability; the sealed buttons are easy to see and provide positive tactile feedback
  • The controller is fully sealed for survival in a maritime environment, and meets IPx6 standards
  • Install as many control stations around your vessel as you want, thanks to the system's easy Ethernet connectivity
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