FLIR OceanScout TK – Affordable Thermal Imaging

by Franklin Marine on February 7, 2017

in Boat Shows, Featured, Franklin Marine, Marine Safety, Raymarine Electronics

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The FLIR OceanScout TK is a handheld marine thermal camera that extends your vision on the water both during the day and at night, for greater awareness and safety (it’s also really cool!).

As a thermal imager, the OceanScout TK creates images based on heat rather than visible light.

This means that  vessels, watercraft, buoys, other obstacles – and crew members that give off heat appear clearly in all lighting conditions – from pitch darkness to blinding sun glare.

Having a thermal camera aboard your vessel is a great safety advantage – especially if you are on the water at night.

Kayakers can be clearly seen even at night.

Kayakers can be clearly seen even at night.


having a thermal camera can make Man Overboard rescues much easier at night time.

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You’ll also save an unbeatable 12% on all Raymarine Electronics until the 27th of February – including the OceanScout TK!

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Volunteer Marine Rescue Kingborough recently had a FLIR/Raymarine T200 fixed thermal imager installed on their rescue boat to help assist with night time search & rescue operations.

This allows the search & rescue teams to clearly find people & vessels in distress, even in pitch black darkness on a foggy night.

Now for the first time ever, you are able to have this amazing technology on your boat for around the same price as a Raymarine Dragonfly chart plotter.

At a groundbreaking price of AUD $899 RRP, the OceanScout TK is the most affordable way to enjoy your time on the water and explore your world through different eyes with thermal vision.

The cheapest handheld thermal camera made by FLIR was $2,895 prior to the OceanScout TK.

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