|Dimensions||20 x 23 x 11||cm|
|Military Standards||Ruggedized, IP65|
|Max Payload Weight||1||kg)|
|Communication||Secure digital encrypted|
|Power Supply||12||V Replaceable battery|
|Working Time||1-2||hour battery|
|Payload Ports||Ethernet, RS232, audio, video|
|Mechanical Interfaces||Picatinny rail|
|Video & Cameras||2||integrated cameras|
|zoom, laser & audio|
|Sensor Tilt Module||+/- 90||°|
|Illumination Module||NIR LED, adjustable brightness|
|Operational Temperature (MIL STD.)||-20 to 60||°C|
It's a hand-carried, ruggedized and throwable system fit for extreme conditions: indoors, outdoors, urban warfare or disaster zones. IRIS is controlled by a ruggedized tablet, which allows operators to complete any tactical mission from a safe stand-off distance.
The IRIS can enter small and confined spaces, above or underground, to explore hazardous areas while relaying intelligence and reconnaissance information in real time. It gets tactical video and audio intel from hard-to-acces venues to reduce mission time and casualties. The ruggedized, small IRIS can be tossed into small, narrow spaces. The IRIS runs quietly in underground tunnels and other urban warfare environments and can be controlled by a single operator.
The IRIS Controller is based on Android 4.4, and has features including a quick-charging, user-replaceable full-shift battery.
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