Raymarine T463 Thermal Camera. 30Hz - US & Canada Only
(Original Price: $ 21,995.00)
Raymarine T400 Series Thermal Cameras
Raymarine's T Series thermal night vision camera systems use cutting-edge Ethernet connectivity for easy installation, control, and interface with other on-board electronics. The rugged, waterproof gimbal enclosure provides a continuous 360º pan and ±90º tilt for an all round view.
Enhance your Safety and Situational Awareness
With thermal night vision at your disposal, it improves your ability to see rocks, buoys, floating debris, and even helps you find people in the water when just a few minutes can mean the difference between life and death.
Full pan, tilt and zoom capabilities
Integrated multifunction display control
Thermal only or thermal/lowlight multi sensor configurations - see ordering information
Standard and high-resolution thermal night vision camera options
2x zoom on all models, the high resolution option provides an additional 4x zoom
Rugged construction to withstand harsh conditions
Window de-ice heaters for clear vision even in ice and snow
On-screen icons show what the camera is doing and where it's pointing
Control Directly from your MFD
The T300 and T400 thermal cameras can be controlled entirely from the IR Camera application on Raymarine cSeries, eSeries and gS Series displays
T Series cameras are easy to install thanks to camera Power-Over-Ethernet (POE) and analog video output.
Superior FLIR Thermal Imaging Technology
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As the worldwide leader in thermal technology, FLIR systems are the choice of military and law enforcement professionals. Thermal imaging camera systems are amazing at night, but are also just as effective at seeing through bright sun, glare, haze and more.
If one of your crew should fall overboard, a Raymarine thermal camera is your best bet in low visibility to find and track them so you can quickly get them back on board
Slew-to-cue improves situational awareness and safety. Thermal camera automatically keeps "cued" targets in view at all times. Touch the display (cue) and the thermal camera automatically moves to the cursor position (slew), allowing you to keep chart objects like buoys or obstructions in constant view
T300 and non-stabilised T400 thermal cameras require the Nexus CGI Interface to be enabled to use the MFD Slew-to-Cue feature. This is accomplished by accessing the FLIR Systems Nexus Configuration within the thermal camera.
The Raymarine T470SC and T473SC thermal cameras feature gyro-stabilisation.
The Gyro-Stabilisation allows the camera to compensate for varying rates of boat movement up and down the waves. Whatever the conditions and however choppy the waves are, Raymarine's Gyro-Stabilisation will allow the video frame to be focused and smooth.
All models have 2x zoom
T450, T453, T460, T463, T470SC and T473SC models also have 4 x zoom
FLIR Proprietary Digital Detail Enhancement
12 VDC to 24 VDC (-10% / +30%)
25W nominal; 50W maximum
Technical Specifications for Specific Models
Field of View
24º x 19º
25º x 20º
12º x 10º
18º x 14º
The range at which Raymarine T400 thermal cameras detect objects is shown below. Note that actual object detection range performance may vary depending on camera set-up, environmental conditions, user experience and display type.
T400 models: 2 x F Type Video Connector (InfraRed and Low Light)
Full 360° pan with +/- 90° tilt
Raymarine T400 Series Features
All T300 and T400 Series thermal cameras feature multiple user-selectable colour palettes to help you distinguish objects on-screen in different conditions. You can also reverse the polarity of the video image.
Raymarine T Series Joystick Control Unit
The ergonomic controller provides ready access to all critical system functions and smooth, effortless control, even in rough seas. Not all T-Series come with the JCU kit.
Provides instant display of system status
Gives operators instant access to frequently-used functions
A programmable feature that lets operators define a Home position as a reference they can use when navigating for long periods
Different display settings let the operator choose between two black and white or three colour display schemes that are easy on the eyes and help operators see better
Provides a variety of pre-set gain and level adjustments so that operators can get the best image quality possible thoughout a wide range of conditions
The sealed 8-way control knob provides precise control even in rough seas
Install multiple control stations around your vessel so you can control the T Series thermal night vision cameras from anywhere you want on board.