The Navigator II is an economic, fixed mounted thermal imager. It provides crisp, clear thermal imagery in total darkness, light fog, and smoke.
It features the same thermal imaging technology found in many of FLIR's most sophisticated marine systems, but is packaged for users who have navigation as their primary application.
Unlike other night vision systems that require low amounts of light to generate an image, the Navigator II needs no light at all. affordable
The Navigator II comes at an extremely affordable price.
As from now on, price is no longer an object to use thermal imaging on board of your vessel.
The Navigator II provides crisp, clear thermal imaging, 320 x 240 pixels.
This allows the user to see more detail and detect more and smaller items.
The Navigator II is equipped with a 19 mm wide angle lens.
Not only does it give you an extremely wide field of view (36°), it also eliminates the need for stabilization of the system.
IP66 The Navigator II is an extremely rugged system.
Its vital core is well protected, IP66 rated, against humidity and water.
The Navigator II can be cleaned with a hose just like any other equipment.
The Navigator operates between -25°C and +55°C.
lightweight Extremely lightweight, the Navigator II can be installed at any position on board.
They can be mounted at an optimal observation point providing maximum field of view.
ease of use The Navigator II is extremely easy to integrate on board of a yacht.
The images from the Navigator’s 320 x 240 pixels detector can be displayed on virtually any existing multifunction (i.e. chart plotter) display that accepts composite video.