Q: How does this camera compare to the one included with the Mavic Enterprise Dual ?
A: CGOET offers a greater thermal resolution at 1920 x 1080p / 30fps while the Mavic enterprise dual thermal camera has a resolution of 640 x 360p / 8.7fps
Q: Which cgo-et thermal camera will work with the typhoon h plus.
I have a typhoon h and an h plus. I'd like to put it on my h plus?
A: Unfortunately the CGOET is not compatible with the Typhoon H Plus.
Q: Does this camera also fit the Typhoon H plus?
A: Unfortunately it does not, this model of the CGOET is only compatible with the Typhoon H.
Q: Is this camera also suitable for daytime use in addition to it's thermal capabilities?
A: Since this camera has dual lens, you can use this camera both ways. You can change the settings on the ST16 controller.
Q: Is this camera compatible with the Typhoon H Pro?
A: Yes the CGOET camera is compatible with the Typhoon H Pro.
Q: Does this camera mount on any UAV?
A: No, this camera will only function on the Typhoon H due to proprietary connections and the software used.
Q: What are the lens options on this camera?
A: There is only one lens option for this camera and it is pre-installed.
Q: What lens size is the most popular? I believe the option are 9mm, 12mm, 17mm? I will use it for SAR.
A: Unfortunately the lens on the CGO-ET is permanently fixed to the sensor and cannot be changed out with a different lens size option.
Q: What is the cost of the camera?
Q: Is there any way to get this to fit on the Yuneec Q500 4k? The base seems the same. Thanks
A: Yes, it is possible to mount. However, because PAN and TILT control is sent from the drone to the Camera you would not be able to get full function. Also, the weight of the CGOET is more than the CGO3 and it is possible that along with decreased flight time, it could become unstable during flight.
Q: 1. Can the camera take and record video and pictures?
2. Do I need any software or app to see the footage on any computer?
A: Yes, the camera takes pictures and records video with the Low-Light camera to the SD card. The overlaying thermal takes place on the ST16 and this is also where the thermal image is saved. The HDMI-Out on the ST16 is needed to record the overlayed video. The video is recorded to a format most default movie players can view and no additional software should be required.
Q: Will this cam replace the original cam with just a "click on"? Estimated delivery date?
A: We do not have final specs for this camera. However, we expect it to be a 1:1 swap with the CGO3+ and should only need to be bound to the ST16.
Q: The problem with a thermal camera without calibration is that the temperature reading will be unreliable !?
A: This is our guess: It will likely be made more to "See wildlife in the dark" which only needs to formulate a gradient from coldest temperature observed and hottest observed. The primary focus will be hunters, search & rescue and firefighters which do not require super accurate readings (firefighters may, but they are dealing with 100s of degrees not single digits) and rely on heat contrast relative to adjacent objects. Science based applications (Volcanoes, Sea Temperature) will still require accurate instruments in the $1 to $10s of thousands range.
When do you think this thermal camera available ?
Does this camera is calibrated ?
What is the price range ?
Thanks in advance.
A: We expect the release for the camera in the next couple of months.
Price is yet to be released.
It should be plug-and-play and require no calibration. It will require binding to the ST16.