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Raymarine T300 Pan, Tilt, Zoom & Stabilized Thermal Night Vision Camera

Raymarine T300 Pan, Tilt, Zoom & Stabilized Thermal Night Vision Camera
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T300 Pan, Tilt, Zoom & Stabilized Thermal Night Vision Camera

Enhance Your Safety & Situational Awareness
Raymarine's T Series thermal night vision camera systems use cutting-edge Ethernet connectivity for easy installation, control, and interface with other on-board electronics. The rugged, waterproof gimbal enclosure provides a continuous 360° pan and +/-90° tilt for an all round view.

Features:
  • Full pan, tilt and zoom capabilities
  • Integrated multifunction display control
  • Thermal only or thermal/lowlight multi sensor configurations
  • Standard and high-resolution thermal night vision camera options
  • 2x zoom on all models, the high resolution option provides an additional 4x zoom
  • 320 x 240 standard resolution, or 640 x 480 high resolution format providing improved image detail and range performance.
  • Network ready
  • Rugged construction to withstand harsh conditions
  • Window de-ice heaters for clear vision even in ice and snow
  • Standard NTSC or PAL video outputs that can be viewed on any monitor with an auxiliary video input.
  • Pre-set gain adjustments for optimal image quality in various conditions
  • On-screen icons show what the camera is doing and where it's pointing


Specifications:
  • Thermal Video: Yes
  • Low Light Video: Not available
  • Video Resolution: 320 x 240 or 640 x 480
  • Focal Length: T300 = 19mm
  • E-zoom: 2x zoom
  • Image Processing: FLIR Proprietary Digital Detail Enhancement
  • Video Output: NTSC, 25Hz or 9Hz
  • Field of View: 24° x 19°
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