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Micro EO-IR stabilized camera

Nighthawk 2-UZ

EO/IR stabilized camera with a high-resolution (HD) thermal image, 40x visual zoom, object tracking, recognition, and geolocation.

Field-proven stabilized camera

Nighthawk 2-UZ is a dual EO-IR stabilized camera turret crafted for long-range observation applications that demand very low weight. Embodying technology innovations, Nighthawk 2-UZ provides unmatched capabilities. This sensor is part of a range of EO/IR sensors that are leading in the field of micro stabilized gimballed cameras for commercial, industrial, and security applications.

capabilities

Advanced capabilities

Stabilized zoom
Day / night operation
License plate reading
Object tracking

Full HD thermal view [IR] + 40X zoom
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EO/IR object tracking
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Geolocation - GPS metadata
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IP/LTE encrypted streaming
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License plate recognition

More than an EO/IR sensor

The Nighthawk 2-UZ provides EO/IR object tracking, geolocation, video compression, IP Streaming, video recording, LTE, and license plate recognition capabilities.

Compatible with

Object tracking and geolocation

EO/IR object tracking points the camera to track a subject within the camera’s range, ensuring the object of interest never leaves the view.

Geolocation captures the position of the camera, its line of sight, and extracts the location of observed objects with unprecedented accuracy.

Long-range operation

Video compression and IP encapsulation provide significantly low latency compression enabling long-range operation.

The Nighthawk 2-UZ can record high-quality video with GPS metadata attached and keeps snapshots to a MicroSD card for simple access.

Specifications

Zoom
X40 (X20 optical + X2 digital)
Thermal resolution
1280 x 720
Pitch FOR
-45° to +135°
Yaw / Roll FOR
-180° to +180°
Weight
320 grams [11.3 oz.]
Dimensions
64mm [2.5"] x 94mm [3.7"]

For more detailed specifications
please request the Nighthawk 2-UZ datasheet

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Gijsbert [GB] Thijsen

Tech Consultant