FLIR Voyager II / Voyager III Maritime Thermal Imaging Camera

The FLIR Voyager II and Voyager III, are high performance gyro-stabilized thermal and visible imaging systems for maritime Navigation, Security, and Search & Rescue

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FLIR Voyager II / Voyager III Maritime Thermal Imaging Camera

FLIR Voyager II / Voyager III Maritime Thermal Imaging Camera

Manufacturer: FLIR Systems
Model: FLIR Voyager II
Discontinued
Product Highlights
  • Pan/Tilt Multi-Sensor Thermal Camera with Zoom
  • 2x 320x240 Resolution
  • Gyro-Stabilized

High Performance Thermal & Visible Imaging System

The Voyager is powerful multi sensor thermal imaging system for maritime navigation and security. It employs Foveus, a powerful image presentation concept found in human vision.

Active Gyro-Stabilization Provides Steady Imagery

Cruise with Maritime Thermal Imaging!

Would you spend more time on the water if darkness and poor visibility didn’t matter? The Voyager multi-sensor thermal imaging camera system lets you see floating debris, outcroppings of land, channel markers, and other boats in total darkness and bad weather, allowing you to navigate with confidence day and night.

  • With 4× optical zoom and 15x total zoom Voyager II / Voyager III lets you see even farther at night.
  • Powerful, long-range daylight/lowlight color TV camera with 26× optical zoom, and 312× total zoom, allows you to identify other boats and monitor activity onshore from farther away.
  • Active gyro-stabilization provides steady imagery, even in rough seas; this is critical for getting the most out of Voyager II / Voyager III’s long-range imaging capability.
  • Radar Tracking feature allows operators to use the Voyager II / Voyager III to identify and track specified radar returns, enhancing vessel safety in low visibility conditions.
  • Internet remote control feature lets you operate your Voyager II / Voyager III from any location in the world with a suitable internet connection, so you can check on your boat even when you’re away.
  • Expanded interface capability lets Voyager II / Voyager III work hand-in-hand with your other marine electronics.

Voyager III Only

  • Automatic video tracking system 
    The Voyager III comes with a FLIR developed video tracking system. The user can select a given target. Selecting and engaging in tracking mode is easily done by the touch of a button. Once the tracker is engaged, the Voyager III will follow the object as long as it can be seen. The tracking systems works with both the thermal and visual camera.

  • Temperature indication
    The Voyager III provides information on hot areas in the thermal images. Pixels that exceed the user programmed threshold will appear colored on the screen. A user can for example decide to have all parts of the image that are above 100 ºC appear in a different color. When the thermal camera is completely zoomed out, when it is in the wide field of view, it will display the temperature of the center of the image on the left of the thermal image. 

Voyager II Joystick Control Unit (JCU)

The ergonomic Voyager II joystick control unit provides push-button access to all critical system functions, an on-screen menus system for camera configuration, and smooth, effortless control, even in rough seas. 


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  • Joystick – Provides smooth, ergonomic control of where the Voyager II is looking, even in rough seas.
  • Night – Switches the Voyager II’s thermal imagery between black-and-white display, and black-and-red display setting which is not as bright, making it easier to watch at night and safeguarding your night vision.
  • Scene – Provides a variety of pre-set gain and level adjustments (Night Running, Day Running, Man Overboard, or Night Docking) so that operators can get the best image quality possible throughout a wide range of conditions.
  • AF – Automatically focuses the long-range thermal imager’s telephoto lens on your area of interest, making it easier to hold Voyager II on distant objects.
  • Zoom – Activates the continuous zoom function on thermal and daylight/lowlight imagers so that you can easily shift from wide angle to telephoto view.
  • Home – Automatically returns the camera to the user programmed position, making it easier to navigate safely in total darkness.
  • Stab – Turns the internal gyro-stabilization on and off.

Voyager III Joystick Control Unit (JCU)

The ergonomic Voyager controller provides ready access to all critical system functions and smooth, effortless control, even in rough seas. 


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  • Heated LCD Screen – Provides instant display of system status.
  • User-programmable “hot key” – Lets operators have instant access to commonly-used functions.
  • Home – A programmable feature that lets operators define a Home position as a reference they can use when navigating for long periods.
  • Color – Different display settings let the operator choose between two black and white or three color display schemes that are easy on the eyes and help operators see better.
  • Scene – Provides a variety of pre-set gain and level adjustments so that operators can get the best image quality possible throughout a wide range of conditions.
  • Joystick – The sealed 8-way control knob provides precise control even in rough seas.
  • Ethernet connectivity – Lets you install multiple control stations around your vessel so you can control the Voyager from anywhere you want on board.
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Thermal Imaging Specifications

Sensor Type Two 320 × 240 VOx Microbolometers
FOV 20° × 15° (Wide FOV); 5° × 3.75° (Narrow FOV)
Focal Length 35 mm (Wide FOV); 140 mm (Narrow FOV)
E-Zoom 4× (15× Total Magnification)
Image Processing FLIR DDE

Daylight Imaging Specifications

Detector Type 1/4” Super HAD Daylight/Lowlight Color CCD
Lines of Resolution 768 (H) × 494 (V)
Minimum Illumination 2 lux (@ f/1.6)
FOV 42° (h) to 1.7° (h) plus 12× E-Zoom for 312× Total Magnification

System Specifications

Camera Head Size 386 mm × 474 mm; 394 mm × 559 mm Swept Volume Cylinder
Bulkhead Box 265 mm(w) x 362 mm(l) x 159(d)
Joystick Control Unit 156 mm(w) x 222 mm(l) x 68 mm(d)
Weight 45 lb
Pan/Tilt Coverage 360° Continuous Pan, +/-90° Tilt
Automatic Video Tracker including e-stab Yes - Voyager III only
Temperature indication* Yes - Voyager III only
Video Output NTSC or PAL
Stabilization 2-Axis, gyro-stabilized
Connector Types BNC
Power Requirements 24 VDC
Power Consumption <50 W nominal; 130 W peak, 270 W w/heaters

Environmental

Operating temperature range -20°C to 55°C
Storage temperature range -50°C to 80°C
Automatic Window defrost Standard
Standard Package Camera Head; Breakout Box; Joystick Control Unit; Cables; Operator Manual
Warranty 2 Year
Accessories Voyager II: 3 additional JCU’s, up to 4 total
Voyager III: unlimited number of JCU’s can be connected

Range Performance†

Detect Man (1.8 m × 0.5 m) 3,400 m
Detect Small Vessel (2.3 m × 2.3 m) 10,000 m
 
† = Actual object detection range performance may vary depending on camera set-up, environmental conditions, user experience, and type of display use. All specifications are subject to change without notice.
* Important: A number of factors can affect the accuracy of the Voyager’s temperature reading such as the distance to the target, humidity, and other atmospheric conditions. While the Firefighter Mode features of your Voyager III system provide an important reference point in understanding temperatures in a target environment, you should never rely on camera data as your primary source of information. The Voyager system should always be used in conjunction with other appropriate tools.

Voyager Set Up


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