Flir releases latest member of PTU range

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The new Flir PTU-5 pan and tilt unit

Flir has just released the newest member of its motion control systems pan and tilt units (PTU), the new Flir PTU-5.

Standing only six inches tall when fully integrated, the new Flir PTU-5 can hold up to five pounds on its top bracket, packing incredible performance into a compact package. Fully sealed and weather-proof rated to IP67, the PTU-5 is a low-cost unit that is easily integrated in- and outdoors.

The new model features class-leading speed and accuracy and is able to turn on and track moving targets in seconds.  Its extra small, rugged, portable design coupled with the lightweight, MIL-spec system is ideal for harsh environments.  Easily integrated into most systems the Flir PTU-5 has the flexibility for a wide range of applications and sensors.


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