FLIR EO/IR for UAV, UAS, and drones.
M2D V6 HD EO Continuous Zoom Ultra Long Range Uncooled Thermal Imaging Camera Solution
With long range zoom 1920 x 1200
HD BSI CMOS EO Camera
1280 x 1024 ultra sensitive HD hand selected
long range zoom IR camera.
<9W Power Consumption
Unlock the power of long-range thermal imaging with our cutting-edge camera. With an impressive range of -45° to 135° tilt, and an angular velocity of up to 105 deg/sec, it delivers exceptional performance in capturing detailed thermal data.
Multi-Axis Gimbal Stabilization
Experience military-grade ultra precision and rock-solid gyro stabilization with the M2-D Drone Thermal FLIR Gimbal. This ultimate gyro-stabilized EO/IR turret delivers exceptional stability, even in extremely unstable and harsh windy environments.
Unmatched Thermal Imaging Performance
Unlock the full potential of thermal imaging with the feature-rich M2-D Drone Thermal FLIR Gimbal. Equipped with an ultra-sensitive custom 1280 IR zoom thermal imaging IR channel and an HD BSI CMOS color visible EO channel
Why is it important that the M2D V6 Consumes <9w?
Power consumption less than 9W is crucial for a drone gimbal due to its impact on overall flight performance and battery life.
Drones typically have limited power resources, and minimizing power consumption allows for extended flight time and increased operational efficiency.
By keeping power usage below 9W, the drone can allocate more energy for other essential functions, such as propulsion and navigation systems.
Through custom engineering at SPI, achieving power consumption below 9W for a drone gimbal becomes possible.
SPI’s engineers analyze the design to identify areas for improvement, utilizing efficient components, optimized control algorithms, and lightweight materials.
Intelligent power management systems and adaptive stabilization algorithms are implemented to maximize power efficiency while maintaining performance
High Angular Velocity
Multi-Axis Gimbal Stabilization
Multi-axis stabilization refers to the ability of a gimbal to stabilize along multiple axes to compensate for different types of motion. SPI’s M2-D Drone Thermal FLIR Gimbal is equipped with a multi-axis gyro-stabilized platform, ensuring exceptional stabilization and rock-solid performance.
SPI offers various options for their gimbals based on the specific requirements of the unmanned system and its payload capacity. These options include gimbals with 2, 3, or 4 axes of stabilization.
- 2-axis gimbals provide gyro-stabilized pitch and roll, compensating for movements in those two axes.
- 3-axis gimbals offer gyro-stabilized yaw, pitch, and roll, providing even more stability and compensating for additional motion.
- 4-axis gimbals feature gyro-stabilized yaw, pitch, and roll, along with stabilization in the up and down motion. This option provides the most comprehensive stabilization capabilities, compensating for a wider range of movements.
By offering different axis configurations, SPI ensures that their gimbals can meet the specific stabilization needs of various unmanned systems and payloads. This flexibility allows for optimal stabilization performance, resulting in smooth and steady imagery even in challenging operating conditions.
Performance: Custom 1280 x 1024 IR zoom thermal imaging IR channel
and HD BSI CMOS color visible EO channel offer several significant benefits.
High Resolution IR Channel
Firstly, the ultra-sensitive custom 1280×720 IR zoom thermal imaging IR channel enables the gimbal to capture thermal data with exceptional clarity and precision.
The high resolution allows for detailed thermal imaging, providing valuable insights into temperature variations, heat signatures, and object detection even in low-light or adverse weather conditions.
This capability is especially useful in surveillance, search and rescue, and infrastructure inspection applications.
HD CMOS Color Visible Channel
In addition, the HD BSI CMOS color visible EO channel provides high-resolution color imagery in the visible spectrum.
This complements the thermal imaging capabilities by offering additional visual context and enhancing situational awareness. The BSI (Back-Side Illuminated) CMOS technology ensures improved light sensitivity and reduced noise, resulting in clear and vibrant visual imagery.
This is advantageous in applications that require detailed visual inspection or identification of objects or targets.
Multi-Spectral Vision Channels
The combination of the ultra-sensitive thermal imaging IR channel and high-resolution color visible EO channel in the M2-D gimbal provides a comprehensive imaging solution.
It allows operators to capture detailed thermal data while obtaining clear and detailed visual information simultaneously.
This versatility enhances decision-making capabilities, improves detection and analysis, and enables accurate and informed actions in defense, security, and industrial applications.