The SeaFLIR II is a long-range, gyro stabilized multi-sensor system that is equivalent to the AN/KAX-1 and -2. The SeaFLIR II multi-sensor thermal imaging system includes a mid-wave InSb thermal imager with an 18-to-one zoom ratio telescope, a color daylight/lowlight TV camera, and a laser pointer for indicating specific targets to friendly forces equipped with night vision devices.



  • Mid-wave IR with up to 450 mm of continuous zoom
  • Daylight/Lowlight TV with 40x zoom
  • Gyro Stabilization
  • Multi-mode autotracker
  • Laser Pointer
  • Rugged Marinization – exceeds Mil-standards
  • Flexible integration capability


  • Powerful, sensitive thermal imager detects targets at distances greater than 10km and delivers crisp imagery in total darkness and through heavy atmospheric obscurants
  • The daylight TV imager can be used in a variety of surveillance roles, as well as having a low-light capability that extends its utility well into the twilight hours
  • Provides stable imagery in rough seas, or on aircraft in flight — critical for long range imaging
  • Allows operator to "lock" onto targets and reduces fatigue on long missions
  • Optional laser pinpoints targets for observers using night vision equipment while remaining invisible to others
  • Engineered to withstand the harsh maritime environments encountered by military operators
  • SeaFLIR II can communicate with a variety of command and control systems including GPS receivers, radars, moving map and searchlight systems for expanded mission effectiveness

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