2-axis gimbal TASE™ 400 DXR
for dronesfor helicopter

2-axis gimbal
2-axis gimbal
2-axis gimbal
2-axis gimbal
2-axis gimbal
2-axis gimbal
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for drones, for helicopter


The next generation in extended range imaging, the TASE™ 400 DXR has a high-performance dual daylight payload system capable of a 0.46° optical FOV while maintaining unmatched daytime video performance in a 7-inch payload. The DXR series is designed to provide superior long-range daylight surveillance imaging for fixed-wing, helicopter, manned and unmanned applications. 7" diameter, 2 axis stabilized, High Definition EO spotter and SD zoomable EO with integrated GPS/INS and onboard video processing with H.264 digital video out. Features High performance and low SWaP at 8.25 lbs Continuous zoom situational awareness camera Provides stable video down to 0.46 degrees 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 Applications Civil: Law Enforcement, Search & Rescue, Disaster Damage Assessment, Port / Harbor Security Commercial: Infrastructure Inspection, Wildlife Study, Anti-Poaching, Anti-Piracy Platforms: Fixed Wing, Rotary Wing, Unmanned Aircraft, Aerostat MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS DIAMETER 7 inches (177.8 mm) HEIGHT 10.5 inches (266.7 mm) WEIGHT 8.25 lbs (3.74 kg) ENVIRONMENTAL & POWER SPECIFICATIONS OPERATING CASE TEMPERATURE -20°C to +60°C POWER REQUIREMENTS Vin: 10 - 30 Volts


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