With the power of First Mate II and First Mate II MS (Marine Scope), you can see at night like never before. Use them on any vessel or even around the house – these handheld thermal night vision cameras run off batteries and display their video on a built-in screen.
This affordable, fixed-mount thermal night vision system helps with steering around obstacles, collision avoidance and finding people in the water at night. Simple to mount and easy to integrate into your existing electronics, MD-Series’ display can be mounted separately on your dashboard, or the feed can be integrated into an existing display to save space.
The M-Series pan/tilt re-defines maritime multi-sensor system design, drawing on FLIR's 25 years of experience in building combat-proven airborne and maritime thermal imagers for militaries, Coast Guards, and governmental agencies around the world. If you want to use a tougher, better-performing FLIR, you'll have to join the Special Forces. With up to 640x480 thermal imaging, M-Series can cameras provide four-times the thermal resolution
The Voyager family of thermal night vision systems give you two best-in-class thermal night vision cameras – a wide field-of-view imager for situational awareness, obstacle avoidance and navigation, and a narrow field-of-view imager that can detect hazards and other vessels at long ranges – and a dual-function daylight/lowlight camera that lets you identify people and approaching vessels.
Navigator II is a low-cost thermal imager designed for navigation and collision avoidance. With Navigator II, it's easy to see floating debris, channel markers, and other boats in total darkness and reduced visibility, allowing you to navigate with confidence day and night.
MU-Series is the most technologically advanced thermal night vision system available to the maritime industry today. The multi-sensor payload comes standard with a cooled midwave infrared, high-resolution 640 x 512 thermal camera—the first time this technology has ever been available to private and commercial boat owners—and a high-resolution color camera, so captains of large yachts, commercial blue water ships, and professional first responders can navigate safely at night and detect maritime
SeaFLIR is a long-range, gyro-stabilized, thermal imager that provides high resolution infrared images in daylight as well as in total darkness. Unlike low-light cameras that require some light to create an image, SeaFLIR senses heat and is able to detect small targets even out on the horizon.