Long Range Day / Night Imaging

The TASE™ 400LRS is the ultimate day and night imaging solution. It features a mid-wave infrared camera with continuous optical zoom down to 2.2° FOV, and a dual daylight imaging system with a high-performance long-range spotter camera capable of a 1.06° (SD)  or 2.12° (HD) optical FOV. The ‘LRS’ series is designed to provide superior nighttime imaging as well as long-range daylight surveillance for fixed-wing, helicopter, manned and unmanned applications.

7" diameter, 2 axis stabilized, High Definition EO spotter and SD MWIR with continuous zoom integrated GPS/INS and onboard video processing with H.264 digital video out


  • High performance and low SWaP at 8.9 lbs / 4.04 kg
  • Dual full motion EO imagers with long range spotter camera and continuous zoom MWIR camera
  • Onboard GPS/INS - no external IMU needed for geo-pointing
  • Common control and operator interface across TASE family
  • Environmentally sealed
  • Onboard image processing capable of target tracking, scene steering and electronic image stabilization
  • ViewPoint payload software features complete control of TASE payloads - integrated moving map, real-time mosaicing, Path-Track, and video recording


  • Civil: Law Enforcement, Search & Rescue, Disaster Damage Assessment, Port / Harbor Security
  • Commercial:  Infrastructure Inspection, Wildlife Study, Anti-Poaching, Anti-Piracy
  • Military: Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance (ISR)


Platforms:  Fixed Wing, Rotary Wing, Unmanned Aircraft, Aerostat

Support Documents

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  • Gimbal Integration Guide
  • TASE System Software Update Guide
  • Gimbal Operations Quick Start Guide
  • TASE500 Programming Cable
  • TASE500 Gimbal Interface Cable
  • TASE500 Mechanical Drawing
  • TASE500 Soft Mounting Drawing
  • Viewpoint Users Guide
  • The antenna Plugin User Guide
  • The Tracker Plugin Users Guide
  • Creating Custom Map Overlays
  • Current WMS Imagery URLs
  • TASE System Software


  • Diameter

    7 inches (177.8 mm)

  • Height

    10.5 inches (266.7 mm)

  • Weight

    8.9 lbs  (4.04 kg)

  • Operating Case Temperature

    -20°C to +60°C

  • Power Requirements

    Vin: 10 - 30 Volts

    Power: 35W (average) 100W (max)

    Control Interface: RS-232, CAN, Ethernet (with adapter)

  • Application Use

    Long Range Day / Night Imaging

  • Payload Performance

    Rotation Limits: 360° continuous pan,
    + 45° / -85° tilt                               
    Slew Rate: 150°/sec         
    Payload Stabilization: 2-Axis active stabilization

  • IR Camera

    Mid Wave IR Camera    
      Continuous Optical Zoom: 10x
      Continuous Digital Zoom: 4x
      MWIR: 3 to 5 μm          
      Resolution: 640 x 512  
      HFOV: 22° - 2.2 ° continuous

  • Daylight Camera 1

    Continuous Optical Zoom: 31x
      HFOV: 55.7°- 1.94°

    Video Out: 
      NTSC or PAL

  • Daylight Camera 2

    Spotter Camera
      Fixed Zoom: 53x
      HFOV: 1.06° (SD) / 2.12° (HD)

  • Laser Options

    Laser Illuminator (optional)
      (Narrow Beam)
      Class IIIb laser ¹
      830 nm (NVG band)
      150 mW max


Important Export Information

The TASE™ Imaging Systems are controlled for export and re-export by The International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), CFR Title 22, Code of Federal Regulation, Parts 120-130.The ITAR governs the export and re-export of defense articles and services.

The TASE Imaging Systems are available for sale outside the United States subject to an approved export authorization. ITAR violations can result in fines, penalties, debarment, and criminal sanctions. Please refer to the following websites for more information U.S. Department of State, Directorate of Defense Trade Controls and U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Industry and Security Export Administration Regulations.

For the export control status of your TASE Imaging System please contact your sales representative, or 541-387-2120.

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