FLIR Systems FC-309 ID - 35 MM, NTSC 30HZ thermal analytics camera

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  • Make: FLIR Systems
  • Model code: FC-309 ID - 35 MM, NTSC 30HZ
  • Series: FC-ID Series
  • Resolution: 320 x 240 resolution
  • Digital (DSP): Yes
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The Elara™ FC-Series ID is one of FLIR’s premium thermal security cameras for perimeter protection. The Elara FC-Series ID includes onboard video analytics capable of classifying human or vehicular intrusions, resulting in fewer false alarms. The Elara FC-Series ID also offers a wide range of high-performance lenses and multiple resolutions, giving greater flexibility in tailoring security systems to specific site conditions.

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Make FLIR Systems
Manufacturer FLIR Systems
Model code FC-309 ID - 35 MM, NTSC 30HZ
Series FC-ID Series
Resolution 320 x 240 resolution
Digital (DSP) Yes
Specialist Type Thermal
Auto Iris Yes
Direct Drive Yes
Electrical Specifications Voltage: 5 V DC
Power Consumption: 5.5 W
Focal Length mm 35
Picture Elements HxV 320 x 240
Signal Mode NTSC
Y/ C (Video Output) 1Vp-p (PAL or NTSC), 1 x BNC 75Ω
Compression Type MJPEG, MPEG4
Network Properties Network Protocols: IPV4, HTTP, Bonjour, UPnP, DNS, NTP, RTCP, TCP, UDP, ICMP, IGMP, DHCP, ARP, FTP, RTP/RTSP, Unicast/ Multicast, TCP/IP, HTTP, IEEE 802.1X
Physical Specifications Weight g: 1,800
Dimensions mm: 282 x 129 x 115
Environmental Specifications Protection: IP66, IP67
Operating Temperature oC: -50 ~ 70 C (-58 ~ 158 F)
Operating Humidity %: 0 ~ 95
Additional info

The Elara™ FC-Series ID is one of FLIR’s premium thermal security cameras for perimeter protection. The Elara FC-Series ID includes onboard video analytics capable of classifying human or vehicular intrusions, resulting in fewer false alarms. The Elara FC-Series ID also offers a wide range of high-performance lenses and multiple resolutions, giving greater flexibility in tailoring security systems to specific site conditions.

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