Thermal Cameras


Raymarine & FLIR Thermal Cameras
Your sixth sense at sea
The FLIR and Raymarine’s thermal infrared camera range offers a thermal night vision solution for every boater. There’s the handheld Ocean Scout by FLIR offering a mobile thermal vision solution, the fixed mount T200 Series for smaller vessels and the T300 and T400 Series with 360º view and full pan, tilt and zoom capabilities.
For thermal vision cameras with even more power take a look at the FLIR Maritime range.

Start exploring Raymarine & FLIR Thermal Cameras :

NEW FLIR Ocean Scout TK

Handheld Thermal Monocular
As a thermal imager, the Ocean Scout TK creates images based on heat, not visible light. Vessels, watercraft, buoys, and other obstacles give off heat and appear clearly in all lighting conditions.

FLIR Ocean Scout

Handheld Thermal Monocular
With three Ocean Scout models to choose from and FLIR’s industry-leading thermal sensor technology, Ocean Scout makes your time on the water safer and more relaxing.


Marine Thermal Monitoring System
Keep a watchful eye on such critical equipment as engines, exhaust manifolds, and shaft bearings and spot problems before they leave you stranded on the water.

Raymarine T200

Fixed Mount Thermal Camera
The T200 Series is a compact and lightweight thermal camera that outputs standard analog video that can be easily displayed on almost any monitor at the helm or other locations on the vessel.

Raymarine T300 & T400

Fixed Mount Pan / Tilt Thermal Camera
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.


Premium Multi-Sensor Thermal Night Vision
Premium Multi-Sensor Thermal Night Vision. A versatile, high-performance pan / tilt marine camera system designed for best-in-class short and long range target identification.

The MU/MV Series | Raymarine by FLIR

Advanced Thermal Night Vision Cameras
The FLIR MV-/MU-Series is an advanced thermal night vision Camera equipped with an uncooled Vanadium Oxide (VOx) detector that produces remarkable thermal images of 640 x 480 pixels.