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M132 Tilt-Adjustable 9Hz Marine Thermal Camera
The FLIR M132 Adjustable Tilt marine thermal camera is the smallest and most affordable installed marine thermal night vision camera. Using the latest generation Boson™ thermal core, the M132 lets boaters see at night in the 320 x 240 thermal resolution. When the M132 is combined with a Raymarine Axiom MFD, FLIR's ClearCruise™ intelligent thermal analytics technology offer boaters an entirely new level of awareness and safety. The M132 also uses IP video technology and simplifies installation by eliminating extra video signal cables. The M132 offers adjustable tilt to compensate for when the the boat is running with the bow high and the camera features 2X digital zoom capability.
Make Navigation Safer
The M132 improves navigation and safety by helping you see bridges, docks, buoys, and other vessels, night and day. The M132 also helps boaters find people in the water faster than spotlights and radar alone. When combined with the Axiom MFD from Raymarine, M132 uses video analytics to send automatic alerts when objects appear in view.
Long-Range, Optimized Viewing
M132 features a full 320x240 resolution for optimal horizon-to-horizon viewing, with long-range, 2X digital zoom. Users can also tilt the M132 using the remote control to optimize the camera’s position as the boat's speed and running angle change.
Easy to Install on any Vessel
The combination of the M132’s small, lightweight design and IP video connectivity make it a snap to install and integrate with multiple MFDs.
Enhanced Awareness with ClearCruise™
Combine M132 with a Raymarine Axiom MFD and take advantage of ClearCruise™ intelligent thermal analytics. ClearCruise™ provides audible and visual alerts when “non-water” objects such as boats, obstacles, or navigation markers are identified in the scene.
What’s In the Box:
Every M132 and M232 thermal camera includes:
*Notes: JCU3 joystick controller and IP to analog video decoder sold separately.
When the M132/232 cameras are set for either Ball Down or Mirror Image configurations, the Clear Cruise feature is unavailable. This is due to the nature of the algorithm that supports this function and its relationship to the orientation of the horizon. At this time, there is no scheduled date on which this will be remedied.