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FLIR M324CS Stabilized Thermal Visable Camera w/JCU - 30Hz

FLIR M324CS Stabilized Thermal Visable Camera w/JCU - 30Hz
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M324CS Stabilized Thermal Visable Camera w/JCU - 30Hz

The single-payload M324CS has a 320x240 resolution thermal imager for detailed imagery night or day. Built on the proven M-Series maritime gimbal, the M324CS can continuously pan through 360° and tilt +/- 90° for unobstructed, horizon to horizon viewing at long range or when the vessel is pitching in the seaway.

The M324CS also includes the M-Series Joystick Control Unit (JCU). The JCU provides precise system control and lets users access all of the important camera functions from a convenient pushbutton interface. The joystick is backlit for nighttime use and is fully sealed to IPX6 standards so it can be mounted in the pilothouse or out on deck. Addtional JCUs can be added to control the camera from multiple locations.

In addition to JCU control, the M324CS camera can be viewed and controlled by many leading MFDs from Garmin, Furuno, Raymarine and Simrad. The M324CS has convenient analog video output that is simple to connect to any MFD, monitor or display with a composite analog input.

Features:

  • Pan and tilt thermal camera system for night and day navigation
  • 2X e-Zoom allows you to magnify distant targets for better viewing and identification
  • Gyro-stabilization for steady imagery in rough seas or when zoomed in
  • Included Joystick Control Unit allows for full control of the camera system
  • Automatic window heater keeps the optics free of ice in cold weather
  • Simple Ethernet connectivity and IP addressability for easy installation and control 
  • FLIR Digital Detail Enhancement™ (DDE) for superior clarity under challenging conditions

What's In The Box?

  • M324CS Thermal Camera System
  • M-Series JCU with weather cover
  • 25' Ethernet network cable
  • Waterproof Ethernet coupler
  • Mounting hardware and gasket kit
  • Users Manual
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