2 Axis Parrot Sequoia+ Multispectral Sensor Camera Gimbal for DJI Phantom 3
Material: Carbon ABS gimbal fits perfectly with Parrot Sequoia+ camera for agriculture imaging like inspection of landfills.
This gimbal avoid motor vibrations coming from the frame.
Screws, 4 damper balls Included.
Controller card used: SimpleBGC or Storm32 (by customer choice)
You could control Roll/Pitch from your additional PWM remote controller
Weight: 215g (gimbal + motors + dumpers) without battery
Both Phantom stock gimbal and Multispectral Sequoia+ gimbal can be used.
If you choose rc receiver option, you can control Multispectral Sequoia gimbal (pitch and roll axis) with a second transmitter.
You will need to unscrew Phantom gimbal in order to mount our thermal gimbal.
With this imaging gimbal, Copterlab is breaking NDVI imaging to low price gimbal, making it perfect for applications like:
– Search and rescue
– Precision agriculture
– Roof inspections
– Power line inspections
– Substation inspections
– Cell tower inspections
– And anything else you can dream up
The multispectral sensor allows you to calculate the NDVI index with GIS software such as ArcGIS, Pix4DAG, gvSIG, QGIS, LEOWorks, ERDAS, IDRISI, SOPI or BEAM
- second remote controller
- video transmitter integrated in the gimbal
- video monitor with screen holder and DVR
What you need in order to use fully this gimbal:
- T7 hex driver (in order to remove Phantom screws if you choose kit version)
- 1 x Lipo battery 4S 1300mA or doing picking power cable modd
Why choose Copterlab gimbal?
||Live support (website - Skype - email)
||No any support at all
||Ready to use
||Need to mount and setup it
||Poor 3d printed parts or aluminum parts
||more than 180g
||Lot of and we can create yours for free
||No jello garanteed
||You need to spend lot of time to avoid it
||Gold, Silver, White Gloss, Black Gloss
||China for sure
||Not cheap, lot of time to create it
||You get that you paid
||Lifetime: all 3D parts can be replaced freely, only shipping costs are paid by customer
Link to the Alexmos SimpleBGC user manual
Link to the Storm32 user manual