FLIR M

FLIR M
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FLIR M - is a television surveillance system, suitable for use at night or in poor visibility conditions. It provides a visual observation of the surroundings. Suitable for installation in all courts. It provides increased safety of the crew during the voyage. The cameras included in the FLIR M system equipped with high-resolution and guarantee higher detection range. The system meets the standards IEC 60945 and Mil-Std-810E.
 
Night vision FLIR M system is certified by the Russian Maritime Register of Shipping.
 
FLIR M imagers use the latest technology to produce sharper images at any time. They have a sufficiently high sensitivity. Also, the camera can generate infrared images. The FLIR M system uses special drives the rotation and tilt, as are heating elements that prevent fogging and icing of cameras in case of an unfavorable environment. FLIR M allows you to select a shooting mode. Available modes 'Night Move', 'Daily progress', 'Night setting in the dock' and 'Man Overboard'.
 
system connection is via Ethernet. Enough to assign their own IP-address for each item. Digital Detail Enhancement is used to form the priority algorithm to improve image quality. When using an optional video inputs, the monitor can be fed a standard video signal. Access to the system and is controlled by the control unit, which has an LCD display for displaying information. The most frequently used functions can be programmed for access through 'hot keys'.
 
Specifications:
  • Dimensions - 7x11.2 inches
  • Weight - 9 pounds
  • Protection Class - IP-X6
  • Coverage - Continuous rotation of 360?, tilt +/- 90?
  • Video output - NTSC / PAL
  • Connectors - BNC to BNC-RCA adapter included for video output
  • Power - 12 - 24 V DC
  • Consumption - 25 Watt
  • Operating Temperature - -25 +55 ° C

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