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Raymarine T200 Series Fixed Thermal Night Vision Cameras

Raymarine T200 Series Fixed Thermal Night Vision Cameras

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The Raymarine T200 Series Fixed Thermal Night Vision Cameras detect floating objects and other vessels while navigating at night.

Features

  • Fixed mount camera system targets objects in vessel's path
  • Superior FLIR Thermal Imaging technology
  • Compact and lightweight for smaller vessels
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Now even small boats can see at night with the T200 Series fixed mount thermal night vision cameras. Detect floating objects, navigation aids, other vessels, and even people in the water using the T200 Series superior FLIR thermal imaging technology.

Engineered for smaller vessels, the T200 Series is both compact and lightweight. The small footprint allows the T200 Series to easily mount on any T-top, cabin roof, radar arch or mast.

All T200 Series thermal cameras feature multiple user-selectable colour palettes and white-hot/black-hot selection. Best of all, the camera can be controlled entirely from the IR Camera application on Raymarine e-Series or c-Series Multifunction Display. Both cameras are simple to install thanks to camera Power-Over-Ethernet (POE) and analog video output.

Features:

  • Fixed mount camera system targets objects in the vessel's path
  • Lightweight, compact enclosure mounts easily on any vessel
  • Superior FLIR Thermal Imaging technology
  • User-selectable colour palettes
  • Digital zoom
  • Composite video output
  • Controllable from Raymarine e and c-Series Multifunction Displays plus gS Series
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Raymarine T200 Series Fixed Thermal Night Vision Cameras E70110 T203 fixed thermal night vision camera, 320 x 240
$3245.96
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Raymarine T200 Series Fixed Thermal Night Vision Cameras E70120 T253 fixed thermal night vision camera, 640 x 480
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