The CGOET is an innovative combination of a thermal imaging and a low light camera with a 3-axis gimbal, capable of a continuous 360° rotation. With the thermal imaging camera, the temperature in the image selectively measures and indicates relative temperature differences. The residual light IR lens has 20x higher sensitivity than the human eye and captures excellent images, particularly in low light conditions.
CGOET thermal imaging and low-light camera for Typhoon H & H520
Thermal imaging and low-light camera
The quick release and lock mechanism of the gimbal and airframe mounting system enables fast and efficient exchange of cameras. Moreover, the CGOET camera-gimbal combination for the H520 may be swapped for an E50 or E90 camera-gimbal combo without power cycling the airframe.
The CGOET gimbal is capable of continuous 360° yaw axis rotation. This unique feature, when combined with the H520 or Typhoon H retractable landing gear, provides the operator with continuous 360 unobstructed camera view and the ability to continuously pan the camera without yawing the airframe.
The 1080p low light camera alongside the thermal imaging camera combine to overlay IR and RGB for a clean, precise image. Capture infrared and video images with identical positioning via a single flight plan. Focus on relevant image areas via the CGOET adjustable temperature detection scale. Various color spectra allow for an accurate visualization of heat sources.