The Raymarine T-Series Thermal Cameras allow safe and confident navigation during day or night.
Navigate with Confidence at Night
Engineered with FLIR thermal imaging technology, the cameras allow boaters to navigate safely and confidently- seeing obstructions, buoys and other vessels in total darkness. Designed for simple operation, the thermal navigation cameras can be fully integrated with Raymarine's E-Series Widescreen or G-Series multifunction navigation systems. Complete camera control and viewing is now part of brand new thermal camera application within the E-Series Widescreen and G-Series user interface. This seamless integration allows you easy access to thermal camera imagery alongside chartplotter, fishfinder and radar navigation displays.
A Powerful Navigation Tool
The Thermal Night Vision Camera is a powerful tool for navigation safety both day and night. The camera's thermal images can be displayed in either full screen, or in a window alongside other navigation data like electronic charting and radar. Navigation aids or hazards identified on the chart display can be visually sighted and confirmed even in total darkness. The integrated pan-tilt-zoom control allows you to direct the camera towards radar and AIS targets, improving overall situational awareness.
Multifunction Display Integration
The camera integrates seamlessly with E-Series Widescreen Multifunction Navigation displays and G-Series Command Center navigation system. Using SeaTalkhs networking, the camera's pan, tilt and zoom controls can be actuated by touch screen (E-Series Widescreen) or using the MFD's keypad and rotary controls (E-Series Widescreen or G-Series.) A convenient Thermal Imaging application is available right from the MFD's home screen. The application can be displayed full-screen, or in a window alongside other navigation data like electronic charts or radar. Best of all, the camera system's controls are available at any E-Series Widescreen or G-Series display on the boat, giving captains the ability to navigate with thermal imagery from the main helm or a remote navigation station. The pan, tilt and zoom controls are also compatible the E-Series Widescreen HybridTouch user interface. Use the E-Series Widescreen's touchscreen for effortless panning and tilting of the camera. Thanks to HybridTouch technology you can also control the camera with the track pad, rotary controller and soft keys when seas are rough.
Thermal navigation cameras make boating at night safer with crystal clear video display of unseen objects in the dark. The T303 camera makes identifying buoys, floating debris, rocks and other vessels easy. Using a thermal camera for navigation is as simple as watching TV!
Night time navigation can be stressful situation. Thermal cameras empower you with the ability to see at night and navigate with confidence, making time on the water more enjoyable. Daytime navigation is also enhanced with thermal technology. Thermal cameras are not affected by the glare of sun, making finding buoys or objects obscured by the sun's glare easier.
Thermal imaging especially shines in search-and-rescue and security applications for spotting man-overboard victims or unwanted visitors. Thermal imaging can find persons in the water faster than any other night vision technology.
Superior FLIR Technology and High Resolution Optics
The Raymarine T303 Thermal Night Vision Camera System features a 320 x 240 pixel thermal imager with a 30Hz refresh rate. This gives the T303 great thermal detail, and a long detection range. The T303 uses the new FLIR Tau imaging core for best-in-class sensitivity and clarity.
The T303 offers long range performance with 2x electronic zoom on the thermal imager. It also supports white-hot, black-hot, red-hot, and color imaging too. Selectable color options let you optimize the image for best viewing under any lighting condition.
The T303 is housed in a compact and rugged, marine-grade enclosure with 360x pan and 90x tilt capability. Designed for seamless integration with Raymarine multifunction displays, the camera's position and orientation can be controlled directly from the HybridTouch user interface of E-Series Widescreen multifunction display. The camera can also be controlled using the keyboard and track pad, or an optional remote Joystick Control Unit (JCU.)
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|E32145||T303 thermal camera, 30Hz||
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|E32128||T303 thermal camera with low light video, 30Hz||
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