Carlisle & Finch SmartVIEW Technology

By Maritime Reporter & Engineering News
Tuesday, December 24, 2013

New from Carlisle & Finch, SmartVIEW is a Microprocessor-based Control System which allows Carlisle & Finch Products to be controlled from any screen on board the ship or from a remote PC in another location.


The NightFINDER is the combination of a high Intensity Searchlight and Night Vision Camera integrated onto the same Pan/Tilt Base. SmartVIEW enables NightFINDER, as well as any of their standard searchlight products, to be controlled through the Ship’s Integrated Glass Bridge.


SmartVIEW technology also provides the following additional benefits as well: proportional-speed multifunctional joystick, joysticks which “intelligently switch” from searchlight to searchlight, an ethernet connection allowing digital control throughout the Ship’s IT network, and remote internet control from any PC throughout the world. www.carlislefinch.com

 

(As published in the November 2013 edition of Maritime Reporter & Engineering News - www.marinelink.com)

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