320 × 240 resolution for clear, detailed images
2× e-Zoom for extended range performance
Ethernet-enabled for simple integration with your other electronics
Pan & Tilt
360 deg continuous Pan & Tilt +110°, -90°
M100 with adjustable tilt
FLIR M200 SPECIFICATIONS
Detector Type320 × 240 VOx Microbolometer
Video Refresh Rate: 9 Hz
Field of View24° × 18°
Image ProcessingFLIR Proprietary Digital Detail Enhancement
Pan/Tilt RangePan: 360deg (continuos), Tilt: +110°, -90°
Image Processing: FLIR Propriety Digital Detail Enhancement™
Video Output: H264 IP Video stream
12 or 24 VDC – 15 Watts (typical) 18 W (max)
Operating Temperature Range: -13°F to +131°F (-25°C to +55°C)
Storage Temperature Range: -30°F to +158°F (-30°C to +70°C)
Relative Humidity: 93% max
Vibration: IEC 60945; MIL-STD-810E
Salt Mist: ASTM B117
Wind speed: 100 mph (161 kph)
Waterproof Rating: IP-67
Drop Test Rating: 1m drop (in packaging)
2.7 kg w/o top-down riser. 3.0 kg w/ top-down riser
Size: 161.1 (dia.@ base) x 229.3 (ht.) mm
Person in the Water: 457 m
Small Vessel ~ 1.3 km
FLIR Maritime technology
- What is FLIR?
- How does it work?
- What can you see?
FLIR thermal imaging cameras began appearing on NZ boats around 2006. Although FLIR thermal imaging cameras look like a regular video camera they are far from it. The FLIR core cannot see visible light whatsoever; it can only see light within the infrared spectrum. A lot of folk are sceptical on this point and when we first began distributing FLIR in 2006, no one had any idea about this technology. They simply would not believe ...