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FLIR Thermal Camera System

FLIR Thermal Camera System

Description

The FLIR Thermal Camera System is a versatile, high performance pan/tilt marine camera system designed for best-in-class short and long range target identification.

Features

  • High Intensity LED Spot Light
  • Gyro Stabilized: FLIR Marine Gyro-Stabilized To Ensure Steady Viewing In Heavy Sea Conditions
  • Marine Rugged, Waterproof Gimbal Enclosure With 360x Pan And +/- 90 Degree Tilt Capacity
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 The FLIR M400's advanced 640 x 480 sensor delivers crisp thermal video images in total darkness and low-light conditions. An integrated HD color visible camera and tight-beam LED spotlight augment target identification for added safety.

The FLIR M400 has a continuous optical zoom lens (up to 4X) that allows operators to see other vessels and targets at longer ranges. Active gyro-stabilization ensures a steady image, plus radar tracking and optional video tracking keep potentially dangerous targets in view at all times.

Features:

  • M400 - HD Colour Lowlight | FLIR Marine HD Colour lowlight camera with 30x optical zoom
  • M400 - High resolution thermal sensor | FLIR Marine High resolution 640 x 480 thermal sensor with optical zoom 18° to 6° horizontal field of view
  • Easy to use joystick | FLIR Marine Easy-to-use joystick control unit
  • Radar tracking identifies and tracks specified radar returns, enhancing vessel safety when visibility is low
  • Step up to the M400XR with integrated video tracking. Lock on and automatically follow objects as long as they're in view of camera
  • Digital Detail Enhancement (DDE) assures a crisp thermal image, even in scenes with extreme temperature dynamics



Applications:

  • Short and Long-range Detection - Recognize marine traffic and key landmarks at night
  • Thermal and Visible-Light Payloads - Combination thermal detection and visible identification
  • Enhanced Target Identification - Operators can precisely locate and track object
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FLIR Thermal Camera System 432-0012-01-00 Thermal Camera System
$65625.00
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FLIR Joystick Control Unit 500-0398-10-M400 Joystick Control Unit, 2nd Station For M400
$1305.51
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