FLIR M300C Single Payload (2022)

FLIR M300C Single Payload HD Camera No JCU

Model: M300C
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.

Low light HD visible imaging sensor and long-range zoom offer enhanced target identification
Two-axis mechanical stabilization virtually eliminates the effects of pitch, heave, and yaw.
Exceptional connectivity with navigation and security systems.

      Specifications

      General

      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

      Color Camera

      E-Zoom - Color12x

      Connections & Communications

      Analog Video Output NTSC/PAL User Settable
      Analog Video Connector Types BNC

      Daylight Imaging

      Zoom30x 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)

      Environmental

      (Video) M300C

      Automatic Window Defrost Standard at Power-Up
      EMIIEC60945
      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)
      Wind100 knots (115.2 MPH)
      Sand & Dust Ingress Mil-Std-810E or IP6X

      What's in the Box:

      • M300C Camera
      • Camera base-seal
      • Camera gasket
      • RayNet-to-RJ45 adaptor cable 120 mm (4.72 in.)
      • Right-angled RayNet-to-RayNet cable 3 m (9.8 ft.)
      • Right-angled BNC-to-BNC cable 3 m (9.8 ft.)
      • Right-angled 3-pin power cable 3 m (9.8 ft.)
      • Mounting riser
      • 3 x camera fixings: nuts, dome nuts, spring and flat washers, threaded studs

      Installation Manual

      FLIR M300C Single Payload HD Camera No JCU

      Model: M300C
      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.

      Low light HD visible imaging sensor and long-range zoom offer enhanced target identification
      Two-axis mechanical stabilization virtually eliminates the effects of pitch, heave, and yaw.
      Exceptional connectivity with navigation and security systems.

          Specifications

          General

          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

          Color Camera

          (Video) FLIR M300C_夜でも見れるカメラ

          E-Zoom - Color12x

          Connections & Communications

          Analog Video Output NTSC/PAL User Settable
          Analog Video Connector Types BNC

          Daylight Imaging

          Zoom30x 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)

          Environmental

          Automatic Window Defrost Standard at Power-Up
          EMIIEC60945
          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)
          Wind100 knots (115.2 MPH)
          Sand & Dust Ingress Mil-Std-810E or IP6X

          What's in the Box:

          • M300C Camera
          • Camera base-seal
          • Camera gasket
          • RayNet-to-RJ45 adaptor cable 120 mm (4.72 in.)
          • Right-angled RayNet-to-RayNet cable 3 m (9.8 ft.)
          • Right-angled BNC-to-BNC cable 3 m (9.8 ft.)
          • Right-angled 3-pin power cable 3 m (9.8 ft.)
          • Mounting riser
          • 3 x camera fixings: nuts, dome nuts, spring and flat washers, threaded studs

          Installation Manual

          FLIR M300C Single Payload (1)

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          FAQs

          Can FLIR see through drywall? ›

          No, thermal cameras cannot see through walls, at least not like in the movies. Walls are generally thick enough—and insulated enough—to block any infrared radiation from the other side.

          Can FLIR one see through walls? ›

          Thermal imaging devices can't “see” through walls. But pointing a thermal camera at a building still reveals sensitive information about what's going on inside. Thermal cameras read the heat radiating off of an object.

          Can FLIR see through concrete? ›

          ​The answer is NO. The explanation to this answer to this is the same as the one applied for walls. Thermal cameras cannot see through concrete.

          How accurate is FLIR one? ›

          The standard FLIR product accuracy specification of ±2°C or 2% of the temperature reading at 30°C (86°F) ambient environment applies to all temperature ranges it measures and for the multiple applications for which it can be used.

          Can you see fish with thermal imaging? ›

          Unfortunately, thermal imaging will not help you see fish when you are fishing because fish are cold-blooded creatures whose temperature is not constant and depends on the water temperature.

          Can FLIR see through fog? ›

          Although thermal imaging cameras can see in total darkness, through light fog, light rain, and snow, the distance they can see is affected by these atmospheric conditions.

          Can thermal see through clothes? ›

          Can Thermal imaging cameras see through clothing? No, thermal imaging cameras can detect the temperature of the cloth but will not see through it.

          Is it possible to hide from thermal imaging? ›

          The best way to hide from a thermal imaging camera is to stand behind it. the biggest problem here is to understand that you are being watched from a thermal imaging camera and that you need to hide from it somehow. But if you know exactly how to hide, then you should become invisible to the thermal imaging camera.

          Does thermal imaging work in daylight? ›

          Thermal imaging cameras contain a special lens which focuses the heat, or infrared energy which is given off by an object onto a detector which is sensitive to heat. So, being that it is unaffected by light, thermal imaging will work just as well in daylight as in complete darkness.

          How do soldiers avoid thermal imaging? ›

          Across the globe, the US Army is eyeing two new technological breakthroughs to avoid thermal imaging, with the help of US camouflage manufacturer Fibrotex. These are the Ultra-light Camouflage Netting System (ULCANS) and the Improved Ghillie System (IGS).

          Can FLIR see through water? ›

          FLIR cannot see through glass or water, but it can see where cold water gets pushed up by the whale's passage. This is a phenomenon that was invisible to the naked eye and the rest of the team's equipment.

          Do police use infrared cameras? ›

          Thermographic cameras are used by law enforcement personnel to create images using thermal light, i.e. heat, as opposed to a traditional camera that use visible light.

          Can your phone do thermal imaging? ›

          To be able to view and save thermal images on a cell phone, your options include buying a thermal imaging cell phone attachment, buying a phone with an integrated thermal camera, using a thermal app, and modifying your existing phone.

          How far can a thermal camera see? ›

          There is no practical limit to how far a thermal camera can see through a clear line of sight. The Moon for example is often visible when not obscured by clouds (water vapor absorbs IR energy).

          How far can FLIR one pro See? ›

          How far you can see or detect a hot spot is a function of how hot the object is relative to its surroundings. The bigger the temperature difference, the easier it is to see. However, if you are looking for a more accurate temperature reading, you should be no more than 5 to 10 feet (1.5 to 3 m) away from your target.

          Can you see antlers with thermal? ›

          Typically, deer have antlers so the thermal should be able to definitively tell you that none of your deer have horns. With a thermal, you can see the antlers when they are growing in and there is blood running in them. When they stop growing and harden you most likely can't see them, especially at any distance.

          Can you see alligators with thermal imaging? ›

          Humans, animals, and automobiles all produce heat and are typically warmer than their surroundings, allowing a thermal imager user to get a good look at them. Because their body temperature adjusts to their surroundings, coldblooded animals like snakes and alligators are more difficult to see.

          Can thermal imaging see into water? ›

          Usually a low level of moisture is fine, but leaks or heavy condensation can cause serious problems. A thermal imaging camera cannot “see” moisture in walls, but it can detect subtle temperature differences and patterns that reveal the existence of water.

          What material can block infrared? ›

          To trap infrared light, Jiang and colleagues turned to a unique material called black silicon, which is commonly incorporated into solar cells. Black silicon absorbs light because it consists of millions of microscopic needles (called nanowires) all pointing upward like a densely-packed forest.

          What is the difference between FLIR and thermal? ›

          FLIRs make pictures from heat, not visible light. Heat (also called infrared, or thermal, energy) and light are both parts of the electromagnetic spectrum, but a camera that can detect visible light won't see thermal energy, and vice versa.

          How do I hide my infrared lights on my security camera? ›

          Place the duct tape directly over the panel on the security camera and press down with your fingers. Place a second piece of duct tape, identical to the first, over the panel. The density of the duct tape will prevent the glow from the IR LED from being seen.

          What's better night vision or thermal? ›

          Thermal scopes can easily detect animals or moving objects from a long distance whether it is day or night. Their detection is better than night vision scopes. Even in the roughest weather, they can help you see (except in extreme cold).

          Is there a camera that can see through walls? ›

          The latest version of a 'sense through the wall' camera, developed by Israeli company Camero, can detect any object, wire, or even shallow breathing of a human, from a distance of over 50-meters (164 feet).

          Can thermal camera see through curtains? ›

          It is easy to grasp why drone cameras can't yet see through walls, but will curtains save your privacy from prying eyes? Standard consumer camera drones cannot see through opaque window curtains; However, more advanced thermal cameras can detect human figures behind thin curtains.

          Does mud stop thermal? ›

          Because the difference in temperature between the skin and the mud was less when the mud was applied to the forearm, the mud made it more difficult to detect body heat while using the infrared thermometer.
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          Can Helicopters see inside your house? ›

          Police helicopters are also equipped with high-quality cameras that work as any other cameras do. This means that a police helicopter is unable to see through walls, floors, roofs, and structures.

          What can thermal imaging see through? ›

          Well, no - but to be fair, they don't 'see through' anything at all. A thermal imaging camera detects the surface temperature of the first object in its line of sight; point one at a wall or other solid surface, and it will register the heat being radiated outward by that surface.

          What is the life expectancy of a thermal scope? ›

          The life expectancy of a Gen 3 device is 10,000+ hours.

          Does wind affect thermal imaging? ›

          When you use a thermal camera to inspect an object—inside or outside—you need to pay special attention to the environment. You need to be aware of forced convection, whether from wind, a fan or even a pump, because it will affect the target temperature.

          Which animals can see infrared? ›

          Infrared light has longer wavelengths and lower energy than visible light and cannot be seen with the human eye. Mosquitoes, vampire bats, bed bugs, and some snake and beetle species, however, can use portions of the infrared spectrum for vision. Sometimes humans can “see” infrared energy in the form of heat.

          Can thermal scopes see through brush? ›

          See Through Brush

          Because it's reading temperature differences, thermal imagers can “see through” certain impediments that would otherwise screen your vision.

          Can you hide from thermal devices using an emergency survival blanket? ›

          Can you hide from thermal devices using an emergency survival ...

          Can you see fish with FLIR? ›

          Both FLIR and Iris offer handheld thermal scopes and fixed-mount cameras that network with multifunction displays. This technology can also help you find fish.

          Can infrared cameras see in the dark? ›

          Because infrared cameras measure light that is not visible, they can work in darkness as well as daylight.

          Can you see fish with night vision? ›

          These special “eyes” not only help anglers navigate at night, but also help them see water-temperature breaks, currents, birds and other marine animals that might signal fish. “I can see hard temperature breaks of 3 to 5 degrees. It looks like the yellow-brick road,” says Capt.

          Can thermal see through clouds? ›

          In each case, pilot vision improves, but clouds and fog remain a problem. Water droplets are usually smaller than 100 microns, which is small, but still much larger than the span of an infrared or visible-light wave, so neither infrared light nor visible light can pass easily through clouds.

          Can police see through walls? ›

          Range-R radar gives cops ability to 'see' through walls - YouTube

          How far can a police helicopter camera see? ›

          How Far Can a Police Helicopter Camera See? Most police helicopter cameras can see up to 3-5 miles from 1000ft above the ground. Large objects can be easily seen at far distance whereas a car registration plate would need the helicopter almost directly overhead.

          Is there any camera that can see through walls? ›

          A new camera developed in Israel can see through walls, even from a distance of over 300 feet. "It can be used remotely from one apartment to another, inside a shelter, or an autonomous car," says Amir Beeri, managing director and founder of Camero to i24NEWS.

          Are there cameras that can see thru walls? ›

          The latest version of a 'sense through the wall' camera, developed by Israeli company Camero, can detect any object, wire, or even shallow breathing of a human, from a distance of over 50-meters (164 feet).

          Is there a device that can see through walls? ›

          The Xaver 1000 is a portable scanner that allows soldiers to “see” through walls. The device can differentiate between different sized humans, animals, and even identify body parts. The system uses artificial intelligence to track movement patterns, giving users a leg up on enemies.

          Is it possible to hide from thermal imaging? ›

          A thick woolen blanket is a good variant to defeat the thermal imager. However, it is considered to be a quick temporary method of hiding infrared radiation. To block the heat, you just need to cover yourself with a blanket. Actually, the principle of hiding from a thermal imager is identical to a space blanket.

          Can a thermal camera see through clothes? ›

          Can Thermal imaging cameras see through clothing? No, thermal imaging cameras can detect the temperature of the cloth but will not see through it.

          Which camera can see through clothes? ›

          YouTube channel Unbox Therapy took things a step further, demonstrating how the camera of the OnePlus 8 Pro can see through some items of clothing. In the video embedded below, Lewis Hilsenteger showed how the camera can see through his black t-shirt.

          Can thermal imaging see underground? ›

          With the help of infrared thermal imaging cameras, history could be rewritten. History buffs using the cameras, which can scan objects as deep as 25 feet underground or find moisture seeping into walls, took images of the underground features left by the camp.

          Can thermal imaging see through roof? ›

          Infrared light can be used as a way to measure the heat radiated by an object. Also, because thermal cameras completely ignore the visible light, their heat readings aren't obscured by solid objects, like walls or roof membranes.

          Can a smartphone see through walls? ›

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          Does thermal imaging work in daylight? ›

          Thermal imaging cameras contain a special lens which focuses the heat, or infrared energy which is given off by an object onto a detector which is sensitive to heat. So, being that it is unaffected by light, thermal imaging will work just as well in daylight as in complete darkness.

          Is there a device that can see through clothes? ›

          A full-body scanner developed using space radar technology has been tested in China and produced unusually clear images through clothes, scientists say. Its ultra-high resolution could help to identify concealed items with greater accuracy at security checkpoints, according to the researchers.

          What invention lets you look right through a wall? ›

          What invention lets you look right through a wall? Sent by: Age: A window.

          Can a stethoscope listen through walls? ›

          Medical stethoscopes are sensitive and may be able to hear through a wall, while the less sensitive mechanical stethoscopes might work for a thin wall but there's no guarantee.

          What material can block infrared? ›

          To trap infrared light, Jiang and colleagues turned to a unique material called black silicon, which is commonly incorporated into solar cells. Black silicon absorbs light because it consists of millions of microscopic needles (called nanowires) all pointing upward like a densely-packed forest.

          How do soldiers avoid thermal imaging? ›

          Across the globe, the US Army is eyeing two new technological breakthroughs to avoid thermal imaging, with the help of US camouflage manufacturer Fibrotex. These are the Ultra-light Camouflage Netting System (ULCANS) and the Improved Ghillie System (IGS).

          Does mud stop thermal? ›

          Because the difference in temperature between the skin and the mud was less when the mud was applied to the forearm, the mud made it more difficult to detect body heat while using the infrared thermometer.
          ...
          PLASTIC COVER.
          PLASTIC COVER
          60 secondsArm-22°C
          90 secondsMud-15°C
          Arm-24°C
          120 secondsMud-15°C
          8 more rows
          10 Mar 2017

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