Long range cooled mwir EO IR zoom HD gyrostabilized multi axis drone thermal imaging flir gimbal with laser and LRF rangefinder
The M7D is the latest advancement in ultralight, day/night-vision micro mini low cost – long range
zoom IR cooled MWIR thermal imaging gimbal with complimentary 82X HD EO camera, a laser rangefinder and laser pointers are available to compliment this robust 1790 gram powerhouse.
MWIR gimbals are a sophisticated electro optical payload system. The M7D combines high performance, long life, long range, ruggedness, lightweight in a micro mini envelope, all at the lowest price. No other long range EOIR MIDWAVE Infrared MWIR 3 to 5 µm gimbal can compete with the m7D.
LOWEST PRICED, lightest, smallest LONG RANGE
1790 GRAM (1.7 KG) MWIR (MID WAVE IR 3-5 Um)
continuous zoom HD MWIR COOLED EO/IR GIMBAL
FOR LONG RANGE FIXED MOBILE/MARINE/MAST/RADAR/PTZ EO/IR
MULTI DAY-NIGHT VISION FLIR THERMAL IMAGING CAMERAS,
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The cooled long life MWIR M7D advanced 3-5 µm midwave infrared gimbal is the worlds lowest cost, lightest, smallest, longest range advanced HD EO/IR stabilized gimbal system with advanced features, LRF, Laser. At 1790 grams, this powerhouse has 20 kilometer detection capabilities and offers exceptional industry best EO-IR image quality with the best sensitivity available. Rock solid gyro stabilization ensures accurate target location, detection, identification and recognition at extended distances.
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License plate reading
The MVP 9960 and 9965 can identify a vehicle’s license plate and display it on the OSD (On Screen Display), in addition, the information can be sent to the GCS (Ground Control Station) through a system report. License plate formats from various countries are supported, including the US and EU.
The M2D ultralight drone thermal flir gimbal gyro stabilized imaging system can easily be mounted on Quad/multi copters and platforms like the DJI Phantom UAV, The M2D Mounts
to all DJI UAV’s and All commercial and custom drones. The M2D micro mini, rugged EOIR gimbal is also ideal for short, mid, and long range zoom remote sensing applications on fixed wing and rotary aircrafts.
Background: Military unmanned vehicles UAV’s of today and tomorrow rely heavily on electro-optical EO Infrared IR sensor payloads to perform their missions.
These are the sensors that detect light in many different spectra, and enable unmanned vehicles to see. Electro-optical Infrared EOIR payloads are the sensors
that enable unmanned vehicles (UAV/UAS/DRONE) to see and avoid obstacles, detect movement, navigate accurately, find the enemy, and warn of the potential
for buried improvised explosive devices (IEDs). Designers of electro-optical Infrared Thermal EOIR – T sensor payloads for unmanned vehicles are under intense
pressure to evolve their technologies to keep pace with fast-moving trends in the unmanned vehicles industry. Perhaps in no other market are needs for ever-smaller,
lighter, and less expensive payloads as urgent as they are in the unmanned vehicles business. Small size, weight, and power consumption-known by its ubiquitous
acronym SWaP-is a paramount concern.
Unmanned systems, UAV’s Uas, Suas, Drones, Unmanned Robots, especially the airborne variety, are proliferating at an explosive rate, and demand is extending
beyond the military to more cost-sensitive industries such as law enforcement, agriculture, commercial remote sensing, traffic monitoring, and sporting events.
Put simply, a growing number of people need unmanned vehicles that are small, inexpensive, and reliable, and they need electro-optical sensor payloads to match.
Not only is there demand for ever-smaller, lighter, and less expensive electro-optical Infrared IR (thermal FLIR imaging, Thermal imaging IR Infrared Camera)
Gimbal Turret payloads, but demand for capability also is increasing.
As electro-optical and electronic component technology becomes smaller, lighter, and more affordable, payload designers sometimes have the option of choosing
between smaller size and weight, or more capability. Sometimes they strive to do both, and this presents some interesting possibilities in design tradeoffs.
Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are at the forefront of unmanned vehicle research, development, and procurement. Although no less important than
unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs) and unmanned marine vehicles, it is the UAV that is setting the agenda for unmanned electro-optical sensor payloads.
At the top of that UAV/UAS/Drone/Robot agenda is a broad trend toward large and growing numbers of relatively small UAVs that can provide local-area
and short-duration surveillance-the kinds of UAVs that can provide squad leaders a view over the next hill.
In the not-too-distant past there was a big push on developing sensor technology, and size and weight didn’t matter because DOD had large aircraft like
Global Hawk and Predator, as well as manned aircraft, hyperspectral imaging sensors are small and rugged enough to fit on relatively small UAVs.
Hyperspectral imaging is a sophisticated discipline that samples a wide variety of bandwidths in the light spectrum to provide a rich data set and detect
objects of interest not visible to single-bandwidth imaging sensors.
The key element to to reduce size and weight, that is Key!
Engineers started with a very small gimbal, and added high-definition visible-light video along with hyper spectral sensor payload.
The imperative for small size and light weight has forced mfg’s to a common material set able to withstand harsh environmental
conditions such as the stress placed on UAV takeoffs and landings. “The tarmac in the Middle East can be 120 degrees, and the payload must go to
thousands of feet a few minutes later where it is much colder,”
As electro-optical Infrared (Thermal imaging FLIR camera) drone thermal flir gimbal (EOIR FLIR) payloads for unmanned vehicles must continue to shrink in size,
the engineering challenges become heavier and force engineers to make some custom designs where years ago they would have considered only off-the-shelf solutions.
Many thermal cameras and shortwave infrared (SWIR) cameras available off the shelf are not made to withstand the physical rigors of small UAV, As a result,
Companies have been forced to evaluate the size of electro-mechanical elements of these sensors, and invest in new detector technology for electro-mechanical components
Custom design like this does not come cheaply, but electro-optical payload designers are seeking cost savings elsewhere.
The Evolution of Small lightweight affordable EOIR Thermal imaging Gimbal Turret Payloads incorporating
FLIR TV SWIR MWIR LWIR, CCD, BSTFA, Color Night vision, Cooled and Uncooled Infrared Technology will continue
To advance with the advent of smaller more efficient and sensitive detectors and lasers, The Gyro Stabilization will Get much better and smaller as well
Our gimbals now come standard with long range zoom 1920 x 1200
HD BSI CMOS EO Camera
And 1280 x 1024 ultra sensitive HD hand selected
long range zoom IR camera.
The M7D cooled MWIR midwave thermal Mini UAV UAS drone thermal flir gimbal Payload Represents one of the smallest, lowest cost & lightest stabilized MWIR EOIR cryo-cooled Gimbal in the market today!
Complete cryogenically cooled MWIR midwave thermal long range zoom EO-IR gimbal camera systems can house long range LWIR MWIR SWIR high-definition video tracking, target tracking and image enhancement and processing capabilities. Multi sensor gimbal payload systems enable users to select a range of cameras and sensors unique to individual mission requirements and can be deployed onboard a broad selection of fixed-wing UAVs, unmanned helicopters, UGVs and USVs. We have laser pointers and LRF laser rangefinder options as well.
EO IR Sensors for UAVs
EO-IR cooled MWIR midwave thermal sensors and camera systems are suited to a broad spectrum of unmanned aerial platforms, including VTOL multirotor UAVs, fixed-wing and hybrid UAVs, as well as tethered drones, aerostats and balloons. In addition they can be fitted to fixed site installations, unmanned ground vehicles (UGV) and unmanned surface vehicles USV).
Miniature cooled MWIR midwave thermal EO/IR Gimbals
Developed for short, medium and long-range aerial missions, SPI cooled MWIR midwave thermal EO/IR gimbal payloads for UAVs are designed to meet a variety of SWAP (Size Weight and Power) requirements. Often miniature EO/IR gimbals are engineered for specific mission types and conditions, for example daytime, night-time and tactical operations. Lightweight and easy to mount, they can be efficiently swapped out depending on drone and/or mission requirements.
Cooled MWIR midwave thermal Gyro-Stabilised EO/IR Gimbals
Depending on the type and maximum payload capacity of the UAV or unmanned system, cooled midwave thermal gyro-stabilized EO/IR gimbals can have 2, 3 or 4 axis:
2-axis cooled mwir flir gimbals – gyro stabilized pitch and roll
3-axis cooled mwir thermal imaging flir payloads – gyro stabilized yaw, pitch and roll
4-axis mwir cooled flir thermal IR systems – gyro stabilized yaw, pitch and roll, plus up and down motion
Cooled mwir thermal flir IR imaging Gyro-stabilized EO gimbals can be fitted, alongside a variety of LWIR (longwave infrared), MWIR (medium wave infrared), SWIR (shortwave infrared) and NIR (Near infrared) thermal cameras.
Cooled midwave MWIR EO/IR Gimbal Camera Systems
Cooled MWIR 3-5 µm long cooler life HOT EO/IR gimbal camera systems can contain a variety of cameras and sensors, such as single and double Field of View (FOV) cameras, daytime and night-time sensors, thermal imaging cameras, CCD sensors, and various strength optical zoom cameras.
The M2D family of rugged, mini, lightweight long range multi sensor EO/IR Gimbal for UAVs & Drones offer the smallest, lightest and highest performing EO/IR gimbals at the lowest most affordable pricing. Ideal for integrators looking to save time and money, the systems are easy to learn, mount and operate. Options include long range HD cooled MWIR and LWIR uncooled zoom thermal down to 1 degree FOV (Field of View) with 10 kilometer human detection and 20 kilometer vehicle detection capabilities.
The m7d cooled mwir thermal imaging flir Electro-optical (EO) and infrared (IR) thermal imaging payload are utilized within drone and unmanned systems targeting and tracking systems, developed for high end surveillance, security and defense applications.
Our mwir cooled thermal infrared imaging gimbal systems are mounted on multiple high level drones.
The M7D cooled mid wave infrared EO/IR gimbal payload is manufactured for UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles), drones and unmanned vehicles (including USVs and UGVs) as well as manned fixed-site installations.
Applications for the M7D cooled mwir thermal infrared imaging EO/IR gimbals fitted to unmanned systems include; ultra long range counter-drone measures, unmanned aerial and ground vehicle observation, surveillance and targeting, coastal and border patrol, and security.
Used for long range detection, recognition and identification of aerial, land-based and maritime targets, long life cooled mwir 3-5 micron HOT SLS gyro stabilized EO/IR gimbals form a critical part of unmanned surveillance systems. Capable of real-time, short, medium and long-range detection, they are used for ISTAR (Intelligence, Surveillance, Targeting and Reconnaissance), as well as counter-UAS and anti-drone defenses, and search and rescue operations.
Long range cooled MWIR 3000-5000 nanometer (Mid Wave IR) EO/IR gimbal payloads, cameras and sensors are also used onboard industrial inspection drones, UAVs used for mapping, survey, aerial inspection and environmental monitoring. The SPI gimbal family of EOIR gimbals are the worlds most robust platforms with small size, light weight, compact structure, high adaptability, lower power dissipation and great cost-efficiency, features include ultra sharp HD image quality, long range zoom optics, Video tracking, real-time target detection and target tracking, manual / auto-tracking and target locking (lock-on)