RedEdge-MX with DJI SkyPort
The RedEdge-MX is a rugged built to last sensor in a compact, low-weight size that allows it to be used in a wide variety of unmanned aircraft systems. With DJI SkyPort the RedEdge-MX quickly integrates into the M300, M210 and M200.
The RedEdge-MX is a rugged built to last sensor in a compact, low-weight size that allows it to be used in a wide variety of unmanned aircraft systems.
CALIBRATED NARROW BANDS
Five narrow high resolution (8 cm/pixel at 400 ft) spectral bands captured during one flight. Calibrated for precise, repeatable measurements.
RUGGED AND DURABLE
New aluminum body for better durability and performance in higher temperatures. Global shutter imagers – no gimbal required and no moving parts.
Compact size allows for integration with a wide variety of drones. Full access to raw data, outputs can be generated using a wide variety of processing and analysis platforms.
Synchronized Thermal and Multispectral Imagery
The RedEdge-MX is one of the most flexible solutions on the market, with optimized GSD (resolution), the new DLS 2 light sensor, a global shutter for distortion-free images, the ability to generate plant health indexes and RGB (color) images from one flight, and the freedom of platform-agnostic data. All in a compact size and low weight that allow it to be used with a wide variety of unmanned aircraft systems.
In the Box
|Mounting Plate w/ Quick Connector||x1|
|DLS 2 and the new CRP 2||x1|
|External Flash Drive
128GB USB 3.0
|Hard-Sided Carrying Case||x1|
294.4 g (10.4 oz)
8.7cm x 5.9cm x 4.54cm
4.2 V DC – 15.8 V DC
Blue, green, red, red edge, near-IR
Blue (475 nm center, 32 nm bandwidth)
|RGB Color Output||
Global shutter, aligned with all bands
|Ground Sample Distance (GSD)||
8 cm per pixel (per band) at 120 m (~400 ft) AGL
1 capture per second (all bands), 12-bit RAW
Serial, 10/100/1000 Ethernet, removable Wi-Fi, external trigger, GPS, SDHC
|Field of View||
Timer mode, overlap mode, external trader mode (PWM, GPIO, serial, and Ethernet options), manual capture mode