FLIR M300C Maritime Thermal Camera


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Combining a high-performance visible marine camera with long-range optical zoom capability, the M300C offers positive target identification for law enforcement, commercial, and recreational applications. Advanced gyro-stabilization provides steady imaging in rough sea conditions and allows the M300C to monitor targets or hazards over long distances continuously. Exceptional low light performance from the M300C gives captains enhanced awareness once the sun dips below the horizon.
High Definition Navigation — Low light HD visible imaging sensor and long-range zoom offer enhanced target identification.
A Steady View in Rough Seas — Two-axis mechanical stabilization virtually eliminates the effects of pitch, heave, and yaw.
Seamless Integration — Exceptional connectivity with navigation and security systems.
HD-SDI Lossless Video Output: Yes
Network Video Output: Single H.264 Network Video Stream
Pan & Tilt Adjustment Range: 360° Continuous Pan, +/- 90° Tilt
Pan/Tilt: Yes
E-Zoom – Color: 12x
Analog Video Output: NTSC/PAL User Settable
Analog Video Connector Types: BNC
Zoom: 30x Optical Zoom
Detector Type – Daylight: 1/2.8” Exmor R CMOS
Field of View – Daylight: Optical 63.7° x 35.8° WFOV to 2.3° x 1.29° NFOV
Focal Length – Daylight: 129 mm to 4.3 mm
Lines of Resolution – Daylight: High Definition up to 1080/30p
Minimum Illumination – Daylight: 0.1 lux (50 IRE, 1/30s, ICR off, slow shutter off, high sensitivity off) / 0.0008 lux (30 IRE, ICR on, slow shutter 1/4s, high sensitivity on)
Automatic Window Defrost: Standard at Power-Up
EMI: IEC60945
Lightning Protection: Standard
Operating Temperature Range: -13°F to +131°F (-25°C to +55°C)
Salt Mist: IEC60945
Shock: 15g vertical, 9g horizontal
Storage Temperature Range: -30°F to +158°F (-30°C to +70°C)
Vibration: IEC60945
Water Ingress: IPX6 (heavy seas, power jets of water)
Wind: 100 knots (115.2 MPH)
Sand & Dust Ingress: Mil-Std-810E or IP6X


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