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FLIR JCU3 Compact Joystick f/M100/200

<p>FLIR JCU3 Compact Joystick f/M100/200</p>
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JCU3 Compact Joystick for M100/200

FLIR’s JCU-3 Joystick Controller works with select Thermal Camera Systems to allow full access to the camera’s pan, tilt, zoom and menu settings.  The JCU-3 features 9 buttons plus a rotary controller and joystick trackpad in a compact housing the fits just about anywhere.  The JCU-3 can be mounted either horizontally or vertically using either of the 2 supplied key faces.

The JCU-3 is rugged and waterproof for mounting in the pilothouse or on-deck.  It can be surface or flush mounted to your helm, console or bulkhead.  Multiple JCU-3 controllers can be installed to allow control of a single camera from several different locations onboard.

The JCU-3’s keypad and rotary knob are backlit for easy viewing at night.  The JCU-3 can bepowered over Ethernet from the vessel’s onboard network, or connected directly to a 12V DC power source and interfaced to the camera with an Ethernet connection.    The JCU-3 is compatible with FLIR M100, M200, M400, M-Series, MD-Series as well as Raymarine T200, T300and T400 camera systems.

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