You either have to have the video directly to the unit or use an Axis video server (Like M7001) to run the video over the network. The FLIR camera network control will need to be setup properly with a PC first and then connected to the Furuno network as well as the FLIR JCU. You might refer to the following document.
That doc refers to the M series, not MD - is set up the same? (I know M series can be completely run thru tzt unit) - but since MD is static camera, I just want to be able to view and use zoom function, so can this be accomplished with out the Flir joystick control?
Md series can connect video but not network.
Currently the md series is not directly compatible except for viewing the video by composite or Axis served. Only the M series offers steering controls and network compatibility.
Does the Hub 101 support POE? I'm looking to connect my FLIR M-seriesalong with the JCU. The JCU requires POE to pwer it. Just currious if the Hub 101 can do this or if I need to install a POE injector for the JCU.
Ok thanks to this thread I got my FLIR camera hooked up to my 2 TZT units and all works great. However I do have one question. When everything is up and running, on my main plotter when viewing a map, there is a red cone on the screen that indicates which way the camera is looking. To be honest it is kind of in the way. Especially when trying to view your tacks in a narrow channel. Since there is already an icon to show you the camera position in the camera view, I would like to remove this overlay, but I can't seem to find an option to do so.
[Camera FoV] menu
You can display the field of view by the FLIR camera on the plotter display.
1. Select the boat icon to display the pop-up menu.
2. Select [Camera FoV]. The circular sector in translucent red appears on the