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FLIR M-Series Thermal Cameras

FLIR M-Series Thermal Cameras

Description

The M-Series gimbal re-defines maritime multi-sensor system design, drawing on FLIRs 25 years of experience in building combat-proven airborne and maritime thermal imagers for militaries, Coast Guards, and governmental agencies around the world. If you want to use a tougher, better-performing FLIR, you'll have to join the Special Forces.

Features

  • Provides four-times the thermal resolution and more than twice the range performance compared to other systems
  • M-Series cameras let you see more - and see farther - than ever before, even in the dead of night
  • Built upon proven military technology
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M-Series Features:

  • 320x240 thermal imaging, M-Series cameras provide four-times the thermal resolution and more than twice the range performance compared to other systems. M-Series cameras let you see more - and see farther - than ever before. Even in the dead of night.
  • Automatic window heaters keep both sets of optics free of ice to deliver crystal clear video.
  • 2X e-zoom function gives the thermal camera best-in-class range performance.
  • Mount pan/tilt ball-up or ball-down for added flexibility.
  • Simple Ethernet connections and IP address ability make the system simple to install and easy to control.
  • Proprietary, patent-pending, image enhancement algorithms called Digital Detail Enhancement (DDE) let all of FLIR's front-line products see more in the most challenging conditions.
  • Standard video signal displays on any monitor with an auxiliary video input.
  • Watch thermal and lowlight video simultaneously on multiple displays or single multi-function display.

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

Controller functions include:

  • 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.
  • 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 gimbal to pre-defined position 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.


Includes:

  • Joystick control unit
  • 25' shielded ethernet cable RJ-45 (JCU to head unit)
  • Weather proof ethernet coupler
  • mounting hardware
  • User's guide
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FLIR M-Series Thermal Cameras 432-0003-05-00 M-324XP 320 X 240 pixel thermal camera
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FLIR M-Series Thermal Cameras 432-0003-09-00 M-625XP 640 X 480 pixel thermal camera with tao core
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FLIR M-Series Thermal Cameras 432-0003-11-00 M-324L 320 X 240 pixel thermal camera with tao core
$13202.64
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FLIR M-Series Thermal Cameras 432-0003-13-00 M-625L 640 X 480 pixel thermal camera with tao core
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FLIR M-Series Thermal Cameras 432-0003-31-00 M-618CS thermal camera, gyro-stabilized
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